January 1835-June 1836

The Collected Letters, Volume 8


TC TO HENRY INGLIS; 2 June 1835; DOI: 10.1215/lt-18350602-TC-HI-01; CL 8:128.


Cheyne Row, Chelsea, London / 2ndJune 1835—

My Dear Inglis, 1

Will you give the Bearer, Dr Zachariae2 welcome to your City, for my sake and his own. He is a young man of intelligence and sincerity; will give you news of Germany without troubling you to speak German.

It strikes me that Moir3 ought also to see him; as a man of Law, a German, and above all one of the firmest Conservatives now going. If indeed Moir is still alive; which I trust and believe him to be, tho' he sends me not the faintest sign!

Yours always faithfully, /

T. Carlyle.