David Garrick sets forth terms in a legal document between himself and a John Moody regarding the "Release of a Bond it being lost." Document has been signed by Garrick and Albert Waller, a witness. Letter contains two watermarks, an embossing, and...
Garrick writes a long letter to Captain Thompson on various topics. Topics include a future meeting, the manners of a Mr. Foote, a potential duel with a William Kenrick, money, and Thompson's family. Postscript tells of Isaac Bickerstaff's recent...
Irving, writing from Romford, England, lists his reasons for leaving Thacker & Co., explains why he entered the acting profession, and describes his first roles. The letter cross-written on one page: page 5 is written horizontally across page 1.
Lawrence, William J. (William John), 1862-1940; Letters; Archer, William, 1856-1924
In a typed letter from London, Lawrence discusses the progress of his book and asks Archer to send some of the notes and manuscripts he will soon require. He mentions a letter from Holloway which he encloses.
Lawrence, William J. (William John), 1862-1940; Letters
In a typed letter from London, Lawrence thanks Starkey for his gift and expresses his envy of Starkey's library. He mentions both his and Starkey's poor health and his waning "zest" to write the article Starkey requests.