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Dickens (Charles) Autograph Letter signed to the Rev.

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Dickens (Charles, novelist, 1812-70) Autograph Letter signed to the Rev. William Valentine, incumbent of St Thomas' Stepney, 1p. with conjugate blank, 8vo, Broadstairs, Kent, 10th August 1848, enclosing a brief extract from Dombey & Son, "I beg to enclose you a few scraps of my hand-writing. Allow me to add that I feel obliged to you for your letter, and that my best wishes attend your christian enterprise" and the extract from Dombey and Son, " 'Poor Wal'r! said the Captain. And he's dead, my pretty. Ain't he?'", folds, a few pink lines, browned.
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Dickens (Charles) Autograph Letter signed to the Rev.

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Dickens (Charles, novelist, 1812-70) Autograph Letter signed to the Rev. William Valentine, incumbent of St Thomas' Stepney, 1p. with conjugate blank, 8vo, Broadstairs, Kent, 10th August 1848, enclosing a brief extract from Dombey & Son, "I beg to enclose you a few scraps of my hand-writing. Allow me to add that I feel obliged to you for your letter, and that my best wishes attend your christian enterprise" and the extract from Dombey and Son, " 'Poor Wal'r! said the Captain. And he's dead, my pretty. Ain't he?'", folds, a few pink lines, browned.

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