Correspondence

1335.  RB to G.M. Mautner

As published in The Brownings’ Correspondence, 7, 255.

New Cross, Hatcham, Surrey.

Monday Afternoon. [24 July 1843][1]

My dear Sir,

I have this moment received a note from Mr Dickens to the effect that “he will make a point of being at home on Wednesday next at one o’clock, and will be happy to see you.” I write to apprise you at once, in order to prevent your arrangements being unnecessarily broken for that day,—though I shall, I hope, see you to-morrow and tell you how much pleasure your visit of this morning gave us all.

Ever yours faithfully,

R Browning.

Publication: None traced.

Manuscript: Armstrong Browning Library.

1. Dated by reference to the preceding letter.

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