January 1835-June 1836

The Collected Letters, Volume 8


TC TO DAVID HOPE; 11 June 1835; DOI: 10.1215/lt-18350611-TC-DH-01; CL 8:143.


5 Cheyne Row, Chelsea, London, 11th June, 1835.

My Dear Sir:

Let me present to you a new friend of mine, well recommended from beyond the waters, and of a pleasant quality in himself: Mr. Henry Barnard, from Connecticut, New England. When he visits Glasgow will you explain to him a little what he has to see; give him furtherance and welcome such as a stranger needs and merits?

I have never yet seen your worthy Brother,1 but mean surely to do it. I shall hear of you, perhaps see you, in Annandale, where we hope ere long to be.

With true good wishes / Ever faithfully, /

T. Carlyle.