The Collected Letters, Volume 28


TC TO [ÉMILE MONTÉGUT] ; 4 January 1853; DOI: 10.1215/lt-18530104-TC-EM-01; CL 28: 5


5. Gt Cheyne Row, Chelsea 4 jany, 1853—

My dear Sir,

I hear some vague account that you are in Town: if so, come and see me straightway. I know not in the least where you are, or in spite of my indolences, occupations and entire seclusion, I would at once go to seek you myself.

I am accessible here every day from half-past 2 to 3. Or my Wife and I are at home, generally speaking, and alone, every evening in these weeks.— Suppose we appoint Monday next at half-past 2, and a walk together after?1