January-September 1845

The Collected Letters, Volume 19


TC TO ELIZA FLETCHER ; 9 May 1845; DOI: 10.1215/lt-18450509-TC-EFL-01; CL 19: 67-68


5. Cheyne Row, Chelsea / 9 May, 1845—

Dear Mrs Fletcher,

It would give me great pleasure indeed to see you and Miss Fletcher1 again: but at present I have a body of Printers upon me, chasing me day and night; and I cannot get away anywhither for an hour.

My Wife unites with me in very kind regards to both of you; and would be much gratified if your way ever led you hither,—as why should it not?2

Believe me always / Yours with many kind regards /

T. Carlyle