| Le coq, 12 rue des Chapeliers
Bruxelles
August 31. 8. a.m.

Dear Marx,

There is no fear about the Felix Pyat or Vésinier affair the only person about whom any doubt is entertained is the Editor of the Cigal. Antn Marsal Anglora is already here from Spain & sends his salut to Lafargue. At the Congress he will figure as Ant. Sarro Magallan.

The Editor of le Peuple Belge has undertaken to print the minutes day by day, a committee of redaction is nominated subject to the approval of Congress.

News from Paris is to the effect that the usual delegates of the Societies of Resistance will put in an appearence, & one member of the first committee.

I hope Jung will come. The balance sheet can be put in proper form here & I wish that the account book be | over, so that every body may see with his own eyes how we stand.

For the information of such as have no inclination to wait till Tuesday night before the return I may mention that the Goverment Mail boat goes twice a day from Ostend to Dover. The Expense, second class, is 10 francs, & from Brussels to Ostend – fast train – 3 fr. Slow train 2½ fr.

I have engaged the place whence I date this letter for my lodging next week, it is only a few steps from the Swans Hotel, if any thing is to be sent to me it may be directed there.

The journey has shaken me a good deal, I became so exhausted & giddy yesterday morning that I could not have gone any farther if I had wished.

I am all right this morning.

Yours faithfully

J. George Eccarius
 

Zitiervorschlag

Johann Georg Eccarius an Karl Marx in London. Brüssel, Montag, 31. August 1868. In: Marx-Engels-Gesamtausgabe digital. Hg. von der Internationalen Marx-Engels-Stiftung. Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin. URL: http://megadigital.bbaw.de/briefe/detail.xql?id=B00728. Abgerufen am 20.10.2021.