Marx-Engels Correspondence 1859
Source: MECW Volume 40, p. 433;
First published: in Marx and Engels, Works, Moscow, 1962.
I have been receiving the Vienna Presse regularly and my debt to you for sending it is the greater in that it throws light on conditions in Austria at this important juncture.
I have not yet had a reply to the letter I wrote you some weeks ago. If, by chance, the proposed arrangement [Marx writing for the Presse] has come to nothing as a result of the derangement of the Vienna money market, I would beg you to advise me of this by return for I have made certain agreements regarding telegrams with newspapers over here which commit me to financial outlays and which I shall accordingly terminate forthwith.
Yours very truly,
Dr K. Marx