candlestick

1841


The Collected Letters, Volume 13


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JWC TO THOMAS CARLYLE ; 27 August 1841; DOI: 10.1215/lt-18410827-JWC-TC-01; CL 13: 223-224


JWC TO THOMAS CARLYLE

[27 August 1841]

Dear Considering the feckless condition you left me in, you will be glad to hear that I slept very well last night and feel much better today— I wish I knew as much of you— Alick is gone on a fishing expedition for some days— Walter is preparing tackle for the like momentous enterprise after Sunday. The young Scott1 is gone home again—so tout va bien—la pain manque [all goes well—bread lacking]2— What hav[e] you resolved on

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