Autograph letter signed from Frances Nicholl, 23 George St., to [Mrs. Garrick] [manuscript], 1800 October 22.

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Nicholl, Frances, d. 1819,. Autograph letter signed from Frances Nicholl, 23 George St., to [Mrs. Garrick] [manuscript], 1800 October 22.

Autograph letter signed from Frances Nicholl, 23 George St., to [Mrs. Garrick] [manuscript], 1800 October 22.

Just returned from Margate, where they had a hot summer. Wonders if Mrs. Garrick is at the Adelphi. Grieved for her when she saw Mrs. Montagu's death in the papers. Hears that Albany Wallis has left a great fortune, some of which she thinks should have been left to Mrs. Garrick.

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