Autograph letters signed from Henry Mackenzie to Lord Craig [manuscript], 1774-1806.


Autograph letters signed from Henry Mackenzie to Lord Craig [manuscript], 1774-1806.

Discusses the affairs of The mirror, and several current plays, Wild oats, Isabella, Edwy and Elvina, The wheel of fortune, First love, Pizarro, and The discovery of Vortigern by Ireland (1-30, 32, 35). Also, letters from Mackenzie to Hugh Mackenzie, Craig to Mackenzie and William Dundas to Craig (31, 33-34). Note that the letters were sent to Mackenzie at Craig's death.

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SNAC Resource ID: 7328708

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