Letters of Marx and Engels 1841
Written: Berlin, April 7 
Source: Marx Engels Collected Works Vol 1, pg 380.
Publisher: International Publishers (1975)
First Published: the yearlyArchiv für die Geschichte des Sozialismus und der Arbeiterbewegung, 1926
Translated: Clemens Dutt
Transcribed: S. Ryan
HTML Markup: S. Ryan
Dear Herr Professor,
In expressing my most sincere thanks for your great kindness in fulfilling my request, I take the liberty of informing you that I have just sent my dissertation, together with the accompanying material, to the faculty of philosophy, and I beg you, in accordance with your kind offer, to be so good as to hasten the dispatch of the diploma. I thought that I had already made too great a claim on your kindness to dare to trouble you still further by sending my dissertation direct to you.
Assuring you of my most sincere gratitude and highest respect,
Yours most devotedly,
Karl Heinrich Marx