A Letter from Basil Hall to Charles Dickens
Keywords:Basil Hall, Charles Dickens, Samuel Joseph, sculture
AbstractNoland brings to the readers' attention a March 29, 1841 letter from Basil Hall (1788-1844) to Charles Dickens in the Library. It askes Dickens if Hall's friend, Samuel Joseph (b. ?-d. 1850), could make a bust of Dickens. The letter is transcribed in full.
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