Autograph letter signed from David Garrick, London, to Monsieur la Place, Brussels [manuscript], 1773 [January] 3.

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Garrick, David, 1717-1779,. Autograph letter signed from David Garrick, London, to Monsieur la Place, Brussels [manuscript], 1773 [January] 3.

Autograph letter signed from David Garrick, London, to Monsieur la Place, Brussels [manuscript], 1773 [January] 3.

Thanks him for his flattering remembrance of him. Speaks of his successful alteration of Hamlet. Some thoughts of printing his work.

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