TC TO EDWARD FITZGERALD ; 4 April 1845; DOI: 10.1215/lt-18450404-TC-EF-01; CL 19: 47-48
TC TO EDWARD FITZGERALD
CHELSEA, April 4th, 1845.
DEAR FITZGERALD,—I am got to Naseby—among my letters. I dare not open the big packet, fruit of our joint-investigations long ago.1 I do it from memory, being in haste, double and treble. And so I want you with your best eyes to revise this, which I have got copied for you, and to correct it where you find need. The Main “Hill” you see I have forgotten, and trust to you for.2
I have a note off to his Grace of Mantr.,3 but as yet no answer.— In great haste—great and perpetual,