August 1857-June 1858

The Collected Letters, Volume 33


TC TO HENRY LARKIN ; 18 June 1858; DOI: 10.1215/lt-18580618-TC-HL-01; CL 33: 245


Chelsea, 18 june, 1858—

My dear Sir,

Do not come to us till Monday Evg: we go out of Town tomorrow (Saturday) morning, and do not return till Monday.

Here in the meanwhile are two Railway Problems, of which if you could work out the solution I shd be much obliged:

1°. What are the Trains from Hull (in Yorkshire) to Whitby in do?1

2°. What from Newcastle (southward) to the same Whitby?2— To whh if you like you may add this third,

3°. What are the Trains from London to Whitby?3 (There are return tickets and grand “excursions” thither,—flamingly advertised,—but I as yet know only the prices).

It is probable you will discover all these things in the Pamphlet whh I send along with this: but unless your patience (strengthened by benevolence)—