Booth, Edwin, 1833-1893; Clarke, H. Savile (Henry Savile), 1841-1893; Letters
Writing on St. James's Hotel stationery, Booth declines the offer to read Clarke's play as his repertoire is already large and he is currently fully engaged. The second and fourth pages of the letter are blank.
Henry Petty-Fitzmaurice, Third Marquis, writes from Bowood to George Combe, husband of Cecilia Siddons, the daughter of Sarah Siddons, in appreciation for a book by Combe. He sends his regards to Cecilia Siddons. The letter contains notations by...
Anna Jameson writes from Brighton to Miss Cecilia Siddons, daughter of Mrs. Sarah Siddons that she hoped to write a biography on Mrs. Siddons but is delayed because of the poet Thomas Campbell. Page 4 is also a self-cover with a seal.