Mrs. Henry Siddons, daughter-in-law of Sarah Siddons, writes her daughter a family letter mentioning a package from India, Willie's birthday, Arthur's trip to India, and other matters. The letter contains notations by a second hand.
Manuscript contains two poems and a brief entry on an unnamed author's stay with Edmund Kean before his trip to New York in the United States. Author notes that Kean is to sail aboard the ship called Sylas Richards. Manuscript's first poem, called...
Archer, William, 1856-1924; Lawrence, William J. (William John), 1862-1940; Letters
Lawrence writes to Archer, who has just returned from America, telling him he's sent some pamplets from the Shakespeare Jahrbuch. Lawrence also talks about the death and funeral of a man named Synge and looks forward to seeing Archer soon.