The Collected Letters, Volume 12


TC TO WILLIAM DOUGAL CHRISTIE ; 6 May 1840; DOI: 10.1215/lt-18400506-TC-WDC-01; CL 12: 133


Chelsea, Wednesday [6 May 1840].

My dear Sir,

Sir James Clark today signified a wish to have 20 of those Prospectuses and Circulars, so many for the present he thought he could despatch. The address is, George-street, Hanover Square (Bart, M.D.)—

Darwin was to call for 12, in like manner; Craik for 12. I too could do with a half a dozen here. Would you in the meantime send one to E. Sterling Esq, 2. South Place, Knightsbridge.

I wrote to Cole on Monday;1 he was to correspond with you: are there any news of him yet?

Pray give these inclosed sheets to some of your Temple friends,2—or keep it for cigars.—

Yours always truly /

T. Carlyle