Item No: cdc342401
Title: ALs to Thomas Noon Talfourd
Monday Fourteenth May 1849
My Dear Talfourd
I write in great haste to say that I have only just now got your letter, and that I am in a state of the utmost vexation at not being able to come today. I feel that we ought to dine somewhere together, afterwards; and I am engaged (for my sins) to go with Mary Barton to the German opera, and to dine with her, first.
But do let us make a day, for one of our old-time walks. Can you give me any notion of what days there are in perspective, when you can be idle? I will compare them with mine, then, and we can fix one with which nothing foreseen, shall interfere.
Monday Fourteenth May 1849 11 o'clock
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Talfourd, Thomas Noon, Sir, 1795-1854
Myers, 6/30/56, Matlack Fund.
The Letters of Charles Dickens, Pilgrim Edition, Volume Five, 1847-1849, p. 538-539.
Creation Place Note:Devonshire Terrace
DL T143 1849-05-14
Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870 - Author