'Now if I don't make the completest mistake'

Description

From the autograph album of Mrs. S. C. Hall (after 1836).

Creator

Dickens, Charles

Source

Autograph Album of Mrs. S. C. Hall.

Rights

Physically held at The New York Public Library's Archives & Manuscripts, http://archives.nypl.org/brg/19176#c218463, and quoted from the Art Journal in Hotten, Charles Dickens, the Story of his Life (1870), pp. 280-281.

Type

Bibliographic Citation

Dickens, Charles. 'Now if I don't make the completest mistake.' For Mrs. S.C. Hall (written after 1836): Dickens Search. Eds. Emily Bell and Lydia Craig. Accessed [date]. https://dickenssearch.com/verse/1836-after-Now_if_I_dont_make_the_completest_mistake.

Transcription

Now, if I don't make
The completest mistake
That ever put man in a rage,
This bird of two weathers
Has moulted his feathers,
And left them in some other cage.

Collection

Citation

Dickens, Charles, “'Now if I don't make the completest mistake',” Dickens Search, accessed June 25, 2022, https://dickenssearch.com/verse/1836-after-Now_if_I_dont_make_the_completest_mistake.

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