Item No: cdc343901
Title: ALs to Henry Trimmer
Carlton House Feby 21st
I am obliged to you for your letter. I regret to say that the whole of my time is so incessantly engaged,and the period of my departure is so near at hand,that I cannot see you now. But when I return here I shall be very glad to give you the opportunity you seek.
Mr Henry Trimmer.
Feby [21 1842]
Rare Book Department
Close and signature by Dickens, but body of letter in the hand of G.W. Putnam, secretary to Dickens on his American trip; cf. Pilgrim ed. (Addenda, v. 7).
Price, V. Ruth, via T. Adams (JCB) 1962, Matlack
The Letters of Charles Dickens, Pilgrim Edition, Volume Seven, 1853-1855, p. 840.
Creation Place Note:Carlton House
Country:United States of America
City/Town/Township:New York City/New York
DL T736h 1842-02-20
Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870 - Author