Item No: cdc294101
Title: ALs to Mrs. Milner Gibson
Twenty First January 1850.
My Dear Mrs. Gibson
I suppose the enclosed is the best form of bearing solemn testimony to Mrs. Lega Fletcher’s merits?
Many thanks for your list of words, which is particularly well-timed, and will be extremely useful to me. I have laughed over the letter (I think it is the finest I ever read) until my eyes are dim.
I am not imprisoned yet, nor fined, nor put in stocks. So I am content to pocket my dignity, and begin to hope they haven’t missed me.
Kate and Georgy send their best loves.
Ever Faithfully Yours
Mrs. Milner Gibson.
Twenty First January 1850
Rare Book Department
Gibson, Susanna Arethusa Cullum, 1814-1885
Parke-Bernet, item 50, via Sessler 12/3/63. Benoliel Fund.
Volume 6, p. 11, The Letters of Charles Dickens, edited by Madeline House & Graham Storey ; associate editors, W.J. Carlton … [et al.].
Creation Place Note:Devonshire Terrace
DL G358s 1850-01-21
Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870 - Author