Reading in New Haven
Speech given before a reading of 'Doctor Marigold's Prescriptions' and 'Mr. Bob Sawyer’s Party' (24 March 1868).
New Haven Evening Register (25 March 1868).
‘The audience was large and gave Mr. Dickens their undivided attention. – His apology for the “inconvenience of which he asserted himself to have been the innocent cause” was very timely, and gave him the entire support of his audience.’
Dickens, Charles, “Reading in New Haven,” Dickens Search, accessed June 26, 2022, https://dickenssearch.com/speeches/1868-03-24_Speech_Reading_in_New_Haven.