ALs to Angus Fletcher

Charles Dickens
ALs to Angus Fletcher

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Item No: cdc522101
Title: ALs to Angus Fletcher
Accession Number: 2005-27
Physical Description: [2] pages
Material: paper

London. 1 Devonshire Terrace
                York Gate Regents Park
                Twenty Seventh February 1846.
My Dear Sir.
                Since those remote times when I had the pleasure of passing some happy hours in your society, I have heard wild legends concerning you – darkly shadowing forth the possibility of your entrance into the blessed state, and furthermore of your presenting yourself in Italy, when I was there, a year ago.
                As you never came, I am induced to think you may possibly be in Edinburgh; and if so, allow me to present to you, one of my dearest and most valued friends, in the person of Mr. Macready. His name is not strange to you; nor will he be long, I think.
                Mrs. Dickens begs to be cordially remembered to you.
                Always Believe me
                                Faithfully Yours
                                Charles Dickens
Angus Fletcher Esquire.

MssDate: Twenty Seventh February 1846
Media Type: Letters
Source: Rare Book Department
Recipient: Fletcher, Angus, 1799-1862
Provenance: Purchased from Maggs, 7/04. Benoliel Fund.


Volume 2, p. 298, 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 F632 1846-02-27
Creator Name: Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870 - Author

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