candlestick

January-July 1843


The Collected Letters, Volume 16


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TC TO W. E. FORSTER ; 9 July 1843; DOI: 10.1215/lt-18430709-TC-WEF-01; CL 16: 252


TC TO W. E. FORSTER

Llandough, Cowbridge S. Wales, 9 july, 1843—

My dear Sir,

A few days ago I escaped hither, and am got into sea-bathing and rambling in this solitary region; tending, more or less slowly, towards Liverpool the while. Of course Craven for this time is out of the question.1 Once arrived at Liverpool, I expect to find a Brother, Dr C., perhaps waiting for me; and what possibilities may then have turned up there is no saying with any accuracy as yet. If any likelihood of meeting you in any point of your orbit do present itself, I will not fail to write and investigate.

This is my post-night; a terribly busy one!

With many kind remembrances to Mr and Mrs Fox,2 with many thanks and regards to yourself,

Yours always truly /

T. Carlyle