Letter to Zacharius Löwenthal, May 9, 1845

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Author(s) Karl Marx
Written 9 May 1845

Source: Marx-Engels Collected Works, Volume 38, p. 31;
First published: in Marx and Engels, Works, First Russian Edition, Vol. XXV, Moscow, 1934.
Keywords : Letter

Letter to Zacharius Löwenthal in Brussels

Brussels, 9 May 1845 12 rue de L'Alliance, hors de la porte de Louvain, No. 5 c/o: M. Reinhard[edit source]

Dear Sir,

I would request you to send forthwith, in my name and at my expense — you may again draw a bill on me, including therein the postage on this letter — 3 copies of the Holy Family to Paris, to Mr Herwegh, rue Barbet-Jouy, Faub. St. Germain, Mr Heine, rue du Faub. Poissonniére No. 46, and to Mr Bernays, 12, rue de Navarin. I have had letters from various quarters complaining that no copies are to be had in Paris.

Yours faithfully

Dr Marx

You may draw the bill on me forthwith, but I would request you once again to send off the copies in question immediately.