Liverpool, Adelphi Hotel
Monday November 5, 1838
My dear Hunt
You will be surprised to hear from me at this distance of place, and thus hurriedly. But in the fear, amounting almost to certainty, that I shall not be in town on Thursday I send you a vy hasty line to defer our pleasantly projected dinner on that day to the Thursday in the week following. Dickens and myself are going a circuit of the country round us, to the Manchester cotton mills, et cetera, and wish to make the most of the short time allowed us. He desires me
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