ALs to Albany Fonblanque

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ALs to Albany Fonblanque

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Item No: cdc292901
Title: ALs to Albany Fonblanque
Accession Number: 87-299
Physical Description: [2] pages
Transcription:

                                                       Devonshire Terrace
                                                             Eighth November 1842.
My Dear Fonblanque
    Will you dine wth me on Sunday Week, the Twentieth, at seven o'Clock? I name that distant day because D'Orsay dines with me then, and I know you and he have a great liking for each other.
    I was very sorry to see in the Postscript to the last Examiner, something that careless readers (a large class) will easily twist into a comparison between the English and American Newspapers. Bad as many of our journals are, Heaven knows, they cannot be set against each other for a moment; and Decency is not befriended by any effort to excuse the Transatlantic Blackguardism, which is so intense that I seriously believe words cannot describe it.
                                                                                       My Dear Fonblanque
                                                                                             Always Faithfully Yours
                                                                                                    Charles Dickens
Albany Fonblanque Esquire


MssDate: Eighth November 1842.
Media Type: Letters
Source: Rare Book Department
Recipient: Fonblanque, Albany, 1793-1872
Provenance: Sawyer 1964, Gratz

Bibliography:

The Letters of Charles Dickens, Pilgrim Edition, Volume Three, 1842-1843, p. 362.



Country: Country:England
City/Town/Township:London
Creation Place Note:Devonshire Terrace

Call Number: DL F731 1842-11-08
Creator Name: Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870 - Author

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