ALs to T. J. Serle

Charles Dickens
ALs to T. J. Serle

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Item No: cdc530201
Title: ALs to T. J. Serle
Accession Number: 2009-7
Physical Description: [2] pages

    Devonshire Terrace
                                               Twenty Fourth March 1844.
My Dear Serle.

    I confess I have a strong personal desire to "pull" Mr. Lancaster, the hero of the enclosed letter; and make a Bow-street application in regard of his swindling in Charity's name. I would as soon do it, in my own person, as eat my breakfast.
    I shall be glad to hear what you think of it, and also to confer with you, about Rosa's passage out (which should be secured) &c &c. By the way, she is coming to you tomorrow morning for some money.
    Can you come to me any Evening in this next week; or, better still, can you come and dine with me, quite alone, any day but Friday, at half past five? Make your own appointment, and it will be sure to be acceptable and convenient to me. 
                                               Always My Dear Serle
                                                        Faithfully Yours
                                                             Charles Dickens
T. J. Serle Esquire

MssDate: Twenty Fourth March 1844.
Media Type: Letters
Source: Rare Book Department
Recipient: Serle, Thomas James, 1798-1889
Provenance: Butterfields / Holmes Feb . 2009, Benoliel


The Letters of Charles Dickens, Pilgrim Edition, Volume Four, 1844-1846, p. 83.

Country: Creation Place Note:Devonshire Terrace

Call Number: DL Se67 1844-03-24
Creator Name: Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870 - Author

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