Two-page autograph letter addressed “His Honor Judge J. M. Patterson.”  The letter, on Maggs Brothers stationary, is dated 29 September, 1914 and is signed by all three Maggs brothers.  A fine, interesting letter with Dickensian references.  The brothers, in this letter, express their enjoyment in discussing matters related to Charles Dickens and in their association with Patterson: “This summer was the first occasion on which we had the pleasure, Sir, of your personal acquaintance, may it not be the last, or, as Sam Weller has aptly put it, ‘Wery glad to see you, indeed, and hope our acquaintance may be a long’un, as the gen’l’m’n said to the fi’pun’note  (Pickwick Papers).’”  Maggs Brothers published a catalog in 1913 listing a number of the “Reading Editions” which Eckel includes in his chapter in the Bibliography entitled “Miscellaneous and Unclassified.”