The Collected Letters, Volume 27


TC TO EDWARD CHAPMAN ; 8 March 1852; DOI: 10.1215/lt-18520308-TC-EC-01; CL 27: 67


Chelsea, 8 March, 1852—

Dear Sir,

I expected before this time we should have had our Latter Day accounts put into a trim state: however, I do not wish to hurry you. Only if you will, some time within the next ten days, send me a Draught for the £100 due on Sterling's Life, it will save me the trouble of a Note to Scotland, and cost yourself none.— Or pray put it into two Draughts: £35 in one, with Bankers' Strokes (//) across it; and £65 in the other, for immediate use here.

I am very sickly in this bitter weather; and terribly hurried with one thing and another.

Yours always truly /

T. Carlyle