Item No: cdc277601
Title: ALs to William John Broderip
Twenty Fifth May 1852
My Dear Broderip.
Miss Coutts will be glad to receive Sarah Youngman, and I am happy to add that we can receive her now. If you will let one of your people arrange for her being producible at the Magistrate's door in Vincent Square, on Saturday afternoon at 5 o'Clock, Mrs. Morson the Superintendent of the Home will call to take her there, at that hour.
I earnestly hope you are getting better, and gradually going into training for that same dinner.
Believe me with much regard
Very faithfully Yours
W. J. Broderip Esquire Charles Dickens
Tuesday Evening Twenty Fifth May 1852
Rare Book Department
Source of full name not known.
Record entered by BZ.
Broderip, William John, 1789-1859
Richards 1963, Matlack.
The Letters of Charles Dickens, Pilgrim Edition, Volume Six, 1850-1852, p. 683.
Creation Place Note:Tavistock House
DL B784w 1852-05-25
Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870 - Author