ALs to T.P. Grinsted

Charles Dickens
ALs to T.P. Grinsted

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Item No: cdc295101
Title: ALs to T.P. Grinsted
Accession Number: 87-323
Physical Description: [2] pages
Material: paper

                1 Devonshire Terrace, York Gate
                                Regents Park London
                                                Seventh December 1840.
                I am cordially obliged to you for the interesting intelligence you have been kind enough to send me. A day or two after I received your letter, I had from some other hand, a Port Nicholas Mens paper containing an advertisement of the Club Meetings. It was very curious to see the old familiar name in its unusual-looking columns.
                I hope when you write to your friend, you will convey to him (and through him, to his friends) an assurance of the great gratification I have derived from the circumstance of their meeting together for social purposes, under this name. To be associated with their pleasant recollections of home in their hours of relaxation, is to me a most proud and happy distinction. I really cannot tell you how very much it has interested and pleased me.
                I hope the Brighton club still flourishes nobly. And again thanking you for your communication and good wishes, which I fully reciprocate, I am
                Faithfully Yours
                Charles Dickens
T. P. Grinsted Esquire

MssDate: Seventh December 1840
Media Type: Letters
Source: Rare Book Department
Recipient: Grinsted, Thomas Peter, 1808-1857
Provenance: Purchased from Sessler, 8/27/57. Gratz Fund.


Volume 2, pp. 161-162, The Letters of Charles Dickens, edited by Madeline House & Graham Storey ; associate editors, W.J. Carlton … [et al.].

Country: Creation Place Note:1 Devonshire Terrace, York Gate Regents Park

Call Number: DL G885 1840-12-07
Creator Name: Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870 - Author

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