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Letter from Smiles to Murray, 11 Oct 1862

Author(s): Smiles, Samuel

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6, Granville Park Terrace,
Blackheath.S.E.

11 Octr 1862


My Dear Sir


By all means print
the 5000 Self Helps , as
you are much better able
to judge of the probable demand
than I am ; and I am
glad to find you so
hopefull .


Nothing has yet been
said about a clock at
the Charing Cross Station ;
but any proposal from





Mr Dent will meet with
every consideration


[Yours vy] faithfully


S Smiles


J Murray Esq




1862 — Oct 11

Smiles. S.

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Letter from Smiles to Murray, 11 Oct 1862

Document Information

Document ID 210
Title Letter from Smiles to Murray, 11 Oct 1862
Year group 1850-1900
Genre Personal writing
Year of publication 1862
Place of publication London
Wordcount 82

Author information: Smiles, Samuel

Author ID 59
Forenames Samuel
Surname Smiles
Gender Male
Year of birth 1822
Place of birth Haddington, Scotland
Mother's place of birth Dalkeith, Scotland
Father's place of birth Haddington, Scotland
Occupation Author, physician, editor, secretary
Education University
Locations where resident England, Haddington, Edinburgh, Londno