January-October 1859

The Collected Letters, Volume 35


TC TO JOSEPH NEUBERG ; 26 May 1859; DOI: 10.1215/lt-18590526-TC-JN-01; CL 35: 99-101


Chelsea, Thursday 26 May 1859—

Dear Neuberg,—I have heard nothing of the Prints:1 pray call, get hands on them, and let us end that bit of business.

By the inverse side of this (whh arrives along with your Note) you will see immediate prospect of Adelung;—perhaps also of Seyfart (the Friedh II); concerning whh later a small message marked.2

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Williams & Norgate to Thomas Carlyle, 25 May 1859

Courtesy of the National Library of Scotland


Gyulai3 I will now know,—to be at least by hand.— Much illness in our circle still (a poor sister-in-law dangerously situated4 in Annandale); my Wife herself beginning to get out, tho’ still very weakly.

In haste (to try for a little work,—alas!)

Yours always

T. C.