Documents associated with: Ten O'Clock Lecture
Record 19 of 152
System Number: 08605
Date: [January/February 1885]
Recipient: Charles William Dowdeswell
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Rare Books and Manuscripts Division
Document Type: ALS
Dear Mr Dowdeswell -
I meant to have got over to you this afternoon - but for the rain might have managed it -
However tomorrow expect me - and I will walk back accross [sic] the Park with you - that we may talk of many things! -
Also do have for the machinery of "the Show" the necessary oil that shall keep it working well, in the shape of money for me!! - "A little checque"! [sic] as Irving says, would be most pleasant in my pocket - as I fancy the bankers begin to think but little of my account - - -
I know we have been taking nothing in just now - [p. 2] but we shall my dear financier - we shall - for the air is just teeming with success - and the lecture is growing apace - and will be I need not say
1. [January/February 1885]
Dated from before 20 February 1885, due to reference to JW's 'Ten O'Clock Lecture' (see note below).
JW delivered his 'Ten O'Clock Lecture' for the first time at the Prince's Hall, Piccadilly on 20 February 1885.