London: December 17, 1865.
1p., single sheet of Dickens’s Gad's Hill Place letterhead. With the original envelope addressed in his hand and signed within the address. With a recent letter regarding provenance, as well as typescript transcription. 7 x 4 1/2 inches. Letter from Dickens to his Servant. Old folds Item #346680
ALS from Charles Dickens to his servant of twenty years, John Thompson, informing him that Dickens wouldn't be able to attend a dinner with Lady Molesworth and providing instructions. A few weeks after the letter was written, Thompson was found to have been stealing money from Dickens' magazine, 'All the Year Round' and discharged, though Dickens set him up in a small business afterward.
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