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A William Makepeace Thackeray Chronology by Edgar F Harden (auth.)

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Paris, Sept. " Signed "T. , p. [2]. 5 "Paris. From Our Own Correspondent. " Signed "T. , p. [2]. 7 Writing to FitzGerald, Thackeray thanks him for a gift of money that will help him purchase furniture, and says: "I feel very much your kind and affectionate letter, and long to have you with me. As for the little 34 A William Makepeace Thackeray Chronology wife it does not change one in the least it is only a new quality that one discovers in ones'self, a new happiness. . I am sorry to say that I like the newspaper-work very much, it is a continual excitement, and I fancy I do it very well, that is very sarcastically, and though as we agreed about literature, sarcasm does no good either to reader or writer, I think in politics where all are rogues to deal with (yr.

By Robert Montgomery" is published in The National Standard, 1: 376-77. 15 "Drama. Covent Garden," signed "Gamma," with an illustration, both probably by Thackeray, is published in The National Standard, 1: 380-81. late June 29 July 6 (Sat) June-August Thackeray serves as foreign correspondent for The National Standard in Paris. Thackeray's "Foreign Correspondence," with an illustration, is published in The National Standard, 1: 412-13. Thackeray's "Foreign Correspondence," with an illustration, is published in The National Standard, 2: 10-11.

Signed "T. , p. [3]. 10 "Paris. From Our Own Correspondent. —A Military Execution. Jan. " Signed "T. , p. [3]. 13 "Paris. From Our Own Correspondent On Some New State Maxims in France. Jan. " Signed "T. , p. [3]. 14 "Paris. -— The Strasburg Conspiracy. Jan. " Signed "T. , p. [3]. 18 "Paris. —The Motion of M. " Signed "T. , p. [3]. 19 "Paris. From Our Own Correspondent. —The Spy System in Switzerland and at Strasburg. Jan. " Signed "T. , p. [3]. 21 "Paris. From Our Own Correspondent. M. Guizot's Recantation—Berryer and Thiers—The Choice of Dupin.

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