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CHAPTER IV
PRIVATE LETTERS 1844-1847

broken her oath to the constitution, to which we were guarantees. I have written a petition to Parliament that it will not (in its wisdom) commit so flagrant an injustice. I will send it you when it is printed. I wrote it yesterday, and several men have subscribed their names. I hear I treat the Parliament with little deference ; and the ministers are informed to-day that the Petition is drawn up by me.
I hope you are delighted with every number of Dombey and Son.(1) Dickens looks thin and poorly. Forster fat and ruddy as usual. Macready (2) gave a grand dinner to grand people to meet jenny Lind. I was the only unimportant person invited, and probably the only one who declined. I wanted quiet and country air and the sight and conversation of an old

1 "NEW WORK BY BOZ. On the 30th instant (June 1847) will be published, price is., the tenth number of 'Dealings with the Firm of Dombey and Son, Wholesale, Retail, and for Exportation,' by Charles Dickens, with illustrations by Hablot K. Browne."
2 " May 30, 1847.-The Lord Advocate and Mrs Rutherford, Mr and Mrs Dickens, Mr and Mrs Carlyle, Panizzi, Eastlake, Rogers, Miss ewsbury, Edwin Landseer, and Jenny Lind came to dinner."Macready's "Diary." On May 15, Landor, Forster, Maclise, and M. and D'Ime. Regnier dined with Macready.

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