Item No: cdc525701
Title: ALs to Reverend Barham
My Dear Sir,
Accept a thousand thanks for the Epistle which found me cogitating the next number of Nicholas, and instantly took me away from it to write an answer, which I inclose. I send it open for your edification, but when you have read it pray seal it with a very large seal, in order that it may bear an appearance of becoming form and gravity. The communication to which it is a reply, has amused me highly.
When do you mean to send those "fugitive pieces" concerning the rebellion in the [Garrick]? I am in the last stage of hope deferred.
My Dear Sir
Always faithfully yours
My best remembrances to your son, and congratulations on his honors.
Wednesday Evening [12 December 1838 ]
Rare Book Department
Record created by BZ.
Barham,[ Richard Harris ],Rev.
Gift of Davids, 10/00. Benoliel Fund.
The Letters of Charles Dickens, Pilgrim Edition, Volume One, 1820-1839, p. 467-468.
Creation Place Note:Doughty Street
DL B293 1838-12-12
Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870 - Author