ALs to William Charles Mark KentCharles Dickens
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5 Hyde Park Place W.
Saturday Twenty Sixth March 1870
My Dear Kent
I received both copies of the The Sun, with the tenderest pleasure and gratification.
Everything that I can let you have in aid of the proposed record (which, of course, would be far more agreeable to me if done by you than by any other hand), shall be at your service. Dolby has all the figures relating to America, and you shall have for reference the books from which I read. They are afterwards going into Forster’s Collection.
Can you come and dine tomorrow at halfpast 6. Only my people.
MssDate: Saturday Twenty Sixth March 1870
Media Type: Letters
Source: Rare Book Department
The Sun, 16 Mar, had a glowing review (clearly by Kent) of Dickens's Farewell reading in St. James Hall the night before.
Written on Gad's Hill stationery.
Recipient: Kent, Charles, 1823-1902
Provenance: Hamill & Barker 5/1955,Matlack (album of 30 letters).
Volume 12, pp. 499-500, The Letters of Charles Dickens, edited by Madeline House & Graham Storey; associate editors, W.J. Carlton…[et al.]
Country: Creation Place Note:5 Hyde Park Place W.
Call Number: DL K419 1870-03-26
Creator Name: Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870 - Author