Letters of Marx and Engels, 1849
Source: MECW Volume 38, p. 217;
Written: 5 October 1849;
First published: in Marx and Engels, Works, First Russian Edition, 1934.
My dear Harney,
You will have got the few lines I sent you through Colonel Willich. This is to inform you, and by you Marx, that I am this morning arrived here in Genoa, and that, wind and weather favourable, I am going under sail for London to-morrow morning on board the English schooner Cornish Diamond, Capt-n Stevens. My journey will be of about 4 or 5 weeks so that by the middle of November I shall be in London.
I am very happy to have found so soon an opportunity of leaving this damned police atmosphere — indeed I never saw it so organised as here in Piedmont.
Ever truly thine