1854-June 1855

The Collected Letters, Volume 29


TC TO JOSEPH NEUBERG; 15 November 1854; DOI: 10.1215/lt-18541115-TC-JN-01; CL 29: 201


Chelsea, 15 Novr, 1854—

Dear Neuberg,

The Stenzel1 is ready for you (in my name), at the London Library, whenever you call. Ask for “Mr Jones,”2 to whom I intimated your probable speedy appearance on that score.

We will expect you on Sunday Evg (if no sooner) to report progress in State-Papers &c.

Suppose you try for Cymburgis in Zedler some day?3 I am getting on dreadfully ill here (as usual); “faint yet pursuing”;4— and the general universe, and its businesses, not quite helping me as you do!

Yours ever truly /

T. Carlyle