January-July 1842

The Collected Letters, Volume 14


TC TO JOHN MURRAY, JR. ; 1 January 1842; DOI: 10.1215/lt-18420101-TC-JMJ-01; CL 14: 4


5 Cheyne Row, Chelsea 1 Jany, 1842—

My dear Sir,

I think I had once the pleasure of seeing you here. It strikes me I may as well apply to you as to another for advice and response as to a certain Literary Project that is sometimes in my head lately,—as yet in a very vague state.1

If you will appoint me any day of next week, and any hour between 2 and 4, I can readily meet you in Albemarle Street.

I am always / Yours very truly,

T. Carlyle

John Murray Esq, Junr