by DICKENS, Charles, (1812-1870) British author of Pickwick Papers, A Tale of Two Cities and other classics.
28 lines, in full: "Mr. Charles Dickens presents | his compliments to Lord | Dolert (?) Grosvernor, and begs | to inform him that Mr. Squirs and Dothboys Hall | are originally suggested | by such advertisements (?) as | Lord Dolert Grosvernor | has had the kindness to |enclose. Those particular | advertisements had never | come under M. Dickens's | notice before, although | he was in the immediate | neighborhood of W Twycross | (as he finds by his present address) | in the course of a little | tour among the Yorkshire | schools which he made last | winter. | Mr. Dickens feels much | flatered by Lord Dolert| Grosvernor's inquiry in behalf | of Oliver Twist, and begs to | inform him that the tale | will shortly be published | in three volumes | Twilkenham South | July 9, 1838."
Olive Twist was published in 1838. (Inventory #: 56767)
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