candlestick

July-December 1858


The Collected Letters, Volume 34


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TC TO JOSEPH NEUBERG ; 24 December 1858; DOI: 10.1215/lt-18581224-TC-JN-01; CL 34: 253-254


TC TO JOSEPH NEUBERG

[24? December 1858]

Dear Neuberg,—Come tomorrow evg, if you can. And bring Preuss vol 7 [I?],1 if you can quite spare it, for it is occasionally wanted here.—I am extremely miserable; in the agonies of getting into work again, and so weak, so bothered, and my hand so out, that I absolutely cannot!2 There was never any task half as damnable as this I have now on my hands, or so like breaking my heart if I ever do get done with it! But I was a fool; & a man must drink as he has brewed.

Yours always truly /

T. Carlyle



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Thomas Carlyle to Joseph Neuberg, [ 24? December 1858]

Courtesy of the National Library of Scotland