ALs to George Cattermole

Charles Dickens
ALs to George Cattermole

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Item No: cdc279001
Title: ALs to George Cattermole
Accession Number: 87-167
Physical Description: [2] pages

                                                                     Devonshire Terrace
                                                                           Tuesday Afternoon.
My Dear Cattermole
I think the drawing most famous, and so do the publishers, to whom I sent it to-day.  If Browne should suggest anything for the future which may enable him to do you justice in copying (on which point he is very anxious), I will communicate it to you. It has occurred to me that perhaps you will like to see his copy on the block before it is cut, and I have therefore told Chapman and Hall to forward it to you.
In future, I will take care that you have the No. to choose your subject from.  I ought to have done so, perhaps, in this case; but I was very anxious that you should do the room.
Perhaps the shortest plan will be for me to send you, as inclosed, regularly, but if you prefer keeping account with the Publishers, they will be happy to enter upon it when, where, and how you please.

                                                                                               Faithfully Yours alway
George Cattermole Esquire                                                           CHARLES DICKENS

MssDate: Tuesday afternoon [January 21, 1840]
Media Type: Letters
Source: Rare Book Department

Cf. Pilgrim ed.
Record created by BZ.

Recipient: Cattermole, George, 1800-1868
Provenance: Richards 1966, Benoliel Fund.


The Letters of Charles Dickens, Pilgrim Edition, Volume Two, 1840-1841, p. 13.

Country: Creation Place Note:Devonshire Terrace

Call Number: DL C296g 1840-01-21
Creator Name: Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870 - Author

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