TC TO HENRY INGLIS; 11 April 1833; DOI: 10.1215/lt-18330411-TC-HI-01; CL 6:368.
TC TO HENRY INGLIS
4. King Street, Thursday [11 April 1833]
My Dear Sir,
I find now that I am not engaged for tonight anywhere; and that my Wife has as it were lent me out for tomorrow evening (and I believe you too, if you do not refuse) to a Lecture of Phrenologist Combe's1 on Female Education,—price only sixpence.
The two questions therefore arise: Can you receive me tonight at half past seven; and come yourself tomorrow at six? Answer the first in the affirmative, and we can settle the second at meeting. A verbal Yes will do. I should like very well to see your friend Colquhoun2 also if you will take him and can get him.
Ever faithfully, /