Autograph letter signed from Lady Elizabeth (Dowdeswell) Pepys to Mrs. Garrick [manuscript], [1801] December 11 Friday.

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Pepys, Elizabeth, ca. 1748-1830,. Autograph letter signed from Lady Elizabeth (Dowdeswell) Pepys to Mrs. Garrick [manuscript], [1801] December 11 Friday.

Autograph letter signed from Lady Elizabeth (Dowdeswell) Pepys to Mrs. Garrick [manuscript], [1801] December 11 Friday.

Thanks her for the box on Saturday even though the play is no longer Duenna. They gather that Quick being gone to Bath, the Duenna will not be acted again. Sir William desires to hear Mrs. Billington, and they are told that she appears to more advantage in Artaxerxes then in Duenna? Includes integral address leaf.

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