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"I should have written to you to-day to thank you for your flattering and kind-hearted mention of myself in the new Preface to Rookwood; if the weather had been finer I intended riding out to tell you how warmly I felt it, and how much sincere delight your friendship affords me."

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Note 9 explains that the new Preface read: ?Mr. Dickens, with his wonderful knowledge of London life and character, has done more for this metropolis, in the Pickwick Papers, and in Oliver Twist, than Paul de Knock, in all his works, has one for Paris.? This appeared as a footnote in the preface to the new edition dated 18/10/1837, in Bentley?s Standard Novels edn.

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http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/63511
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