ALs to Frances Burnett

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ALs to Frances Burnett

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Item No: cdc278201
Title: ALs to Frances Burnett
Accession Number: 87-160
Physical Description: [2] pages
Material: paper
Transcription:

     Devonshire Terrace
   Saturday Morning
   Fifteenth July 1848

Dearest Fanny
   A blunder on the part of the Shakespeare people between two lines, and two hours a.M. and P.M. occasion our going away, in an indescribable state of confusion, this morning.
  I have arranged with father to write me the fullest particulars about you, and shall lose no time in coming home again. I have given Topping instructions to bring out some more claret on Wednesday. God bless you a thousand times!
  You ever affectionate brother
  Charles Dickens
Fred sends his best love. I am afraid you had but a poor night; last night. We hardly closed our eyes, here. Kate is better, and charges me with all dear remembrances. 


MssDate: Saturday Morning Fifteenth July 1848
Media Type: Letters
Source: Rare Book Department
Notes:

This is possibly Dickens's final letter to his sister, who dies on September 3, 1848.


Recipient: Burnett, Fanny Dickens, 1810-1848
Provenance: Sessler, 2/1958, Matlack Fund.

Bibliography:

Volume 5, p. 373, The Letters of Charles Dickens, edited by Madeline House & Graham Storey; associate editors, W.J. Carlton…[et al.]



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

Call Number: DL B934 1848-07-15
Creator Name: Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870 - Author

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