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August 1857-June 1858


The Collected Letters, Volume 33


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TC TO JOSEPH NEUBERG ; 5 November 1857; DOI: 10.1215/lt-18571105-TC-JN-01; CL 33: 110


TC TO JOSEPH NEUBERG

Chelsea, 5 Novr, 1857—

Dear Neuberg,

Many thanks for your readiness;—always ready! Heroes & Sartor are now nearly thro' the Press, Lr Day Pamphlets just going thither; the only vol. left is Chartism with Past & Prest.— I have, this moment, seen Larkin; who, after computation, thinks he can suffice for that volume too, on his own strength: so we will let him go ahead; and you are let off again,—quitte pour la peur [escape with a fright]; tho' I do not think it was a ‘fear’ to you, either.

Here is a little Memorial I had in the Clip waiting for you; I send it, tho' no other is yet there. It means that you will call at the Museum some day (no hurry); get the right Title of that curious little Book (whh I have read there: Letters from Bender &c1); and give said Title (‘p. 37 of Ms Book VI,’ being marked it upon it)2 to Robson the Printer, who will insert it at the place.

Yours always truly / T. Carlyle

abt Charles XII / Letters of Fabrice / Title (Year, place, size) wanted in p. 37 of Ms.