| Tuesday, June 5th.

Dear Williams

I did not want to send Stumpf's letter, before having received your answer, but I cannot wait any longer.

S. was here for nearly a week, on a wild goose chase after 1000 reichstaler, no farthing of which he will recover.—What he writes about the Congr. of the I. A. I can only approve of, and I should have given the same advice before, if I had had an idea how to get the money to go there.

Send the cards I asked for. Last Saturday I was at Chemnitz, and spoke before at least 2000 working people about short time etc. organization of the working class movement, and the I. A. If I had had cards, I could have made a dozen of good members! and thousand indifferent ones! However nothing is lost; I shall return there.

The paper affair is progressing. I must soon know, whether I can expect an article now and then (however short) from you and Engels, and whether Eccarius is willing to take the London correspondence once a week (for the beginning) for five shillings (for the beginning).

Next Saturday I start on another tour; could you not let me have the cards till then?

All well here.

Our love to all.

your
J. Miller.
 

Zitiervorschlag

Wilhelm Liebknecht an Karl Marx in London. Leipzig, Dienstag, 5. Juni 1866. 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=M0000119. Abgerufen am 28.01.2023.