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DICKENS CHARLES: (1812-1870) English Novelist.

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DICKENS CHARLES: (1812-1870) English Novelist. Autograph envelope signed, Charles Dickens, addressed in his hand to Dr. Southwood Smith at 38 Finsbury Square. Post marked 1846. Signed in bold ink to the lower left corner. Neatly inlaid and with a red wax seal to the verso. Some light age wear, otherwise VG. £200-300

Dr. Thomas Southwood Smith (1788-1861) English Physician & Sanitary Reformer.

In 1837, Thomas Southwood Smith issued his Report on the Physical Causes of Sickness and Mortaliy to which the poor are regularly exposed and which are preventable by Sanitary Measures. As a result Southwood Smith escorted Dickens to see the poor conditions described in the report, which prompted the novelist to write Bleak House and Oliver Twist



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DICKENS CHARLES: (1812-1870) English Novelist.

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DICKENS CHARLES: (1812-1870) English Novelist. Autograph envelope signed, Charles Dickens, addressed in his hand to Dr. Southwood Smith at 38 Finsbury Square. Post marked 1846. Signed in bold ink to the lower left corner. Neatly inlaid and with a red wax seal to the verso. Some light age wear, otherwise VG. £200-300

Dr. Thomas Southwood Smith (1788-1861) English Physician & Sanitary Reformer.

In 1837, Thomas Southwood Smith issued his Report on the Physical Causes of Sickness and Mortaliy to which the poor are regularly exposed and which are preventable by Sanitary Measures. As a result Southwood Smith escorted Dickens to see the poor conditions described in the report, which prompted the novelist to write Bleak House and Oliver Twist



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