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AL to Mr Moor, from Tavistock House, Twenty Third March 1855. In the third person. ?Mr Charles Dickens begs to inform Mr Moor that he has no evening to spare to read the Carol.?
1855 1855 - 6 lines on first side only of folded 8vo sheet. Recorded in vol. VII of Pilgrim Letters, p.574, suggesting that Moor may have come from Brighton or Canterbury, close to Ashford, where Dickens had read A Christmas Carol. Moor clearly replied alluding to Dickens?s turn of phrase as there is a further letter to him, 27 March: ?Mr Charles Dickens begs to assure Mr. Moor that he has taken no offence. In replying to Mr. Moor?s letter, he merely intended with all possible brevity to explain that he does not read for money or as a commercial speculation? PLEASE NOTE: For customers within the UK and the EU, this item is subject to VAT.
      [Bookseller: Jarndyce, The 19th Century Booksellers]
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