Letter to Ludwig Kugelmann, March 28, 1870

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Author(s) Karl Marx
Written 28 March 1870

First published in Die Neue Zeit, Bd. 2, Nr. 15, Stuttgart, 1901-1902

Source: Karl Marx, Letters to Dr Kugelmann (Martin Lawrence, London, undated).

Published in Marx-Engels Collected Works, Volume 43
Collection(s): Die Neue Zeit

To Kugelmann in Hanover

London, 28 March 1870

Dear Kugelmann

As I have an abscess on the right thigh which makes sitting for any length of time impossible, I am sending you the enclosed letter for the Brunswick Comité,[1] Bracke[2] and Co, instead of writing twice. It would be best if, after reading it through, you could hand the letter over personally and remind them again that the information is confidential, not intended for the public.[3]

  1. Committee – Marx-Engels-Lenin Institute.
  2. Wilhelm Bracke (1842-1880) – Active member of the German Social-Democratic movement. At first a Lassallean, later an Eisenacher. Stood close to Marx – Marx-Engels-Lenin Institute.
  3. Marx enclosed Confidential Communication written by him