Early Letters of Thomas Carlyle

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MEMBERS OF CARLYLE'S FAMILY.

JAMES CARLYLE (born at Brownknowe, near Ecclefechan, August 1758; died at Scotsbrig, 22d January 1832) married, 5th March 1795, MARGARET AITKEN (born at Whitestanes, Kirkmahoe, Dumfriesshire, 30th September 1771; died at Scotsbrig, 25th December 1853).

The following is a List of their Children:--
THOMAS, born 4th December 1795; died at Chelsea 5th February 1881.
ALEXANDER, born 4th August 1797; died in Canada 30th March 1876.
JANET, born 2d September 1799; died 8th February 1801.
JOHN AITKEN, born 7th July 1801; died at Dumfries 15th September 1879.
MARGARET, born 20th September 1803; died 22d June 1830.
JAMES, born 12th November 1805.These still survive ( July 1886).
MARY, born 2d February 1808.
JANE, born 2d September 1810.
JANET, born 18th July 1813.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Members of Carlyle's Family. ix
  • Letters of Thomas Carlyle 1
  • Appendix Mr. Froude's Use of the Correspondence of Carlyle and Miss Welsh 355
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