The Collected Letters, Volume 12


TC TO CHARLES REDWOOD ; 9 January 1840; DOI: 10.1215/lt-18400109-TC-CR-01; CL 12: 13


5. Cheyne Row, Chelsea / London, 9 Jany, 1840—

Dear Sir,

I am sorry that I cannot throw any light whatever on your Paper about Chartism. It never was sent hither, nor any notice of it; neither, I think, judging from the common practice in such cases, is there much likelihood that it will be sent. Perhaps they still mean to print it. My acquaintance with the Editor of the Examiner1 is very slight; I have not chanced to meet him above once in many months, of late years. You may rely on it, if the Paper do come into my hands, I will transmit it to you straightway.2

Believe me, / Yours truly

T. Carlyle