Autograph letter signed by Garrick to Mr. Wallis of Norfolk Street [manuscript], 1775 September 22.

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Garrick, David, 1717-1779,. Autograph letter signed by Garrick to Mr. Wallis of Norfolk Street [manuscript], 1775 September 22.

Autograph letter signed by Garrick to Mr. Wallis of Norfolk Street [manuscript], 1775 September 22.

With Lacy's signature added. Garrick and Lacy as proprietors of Drury Lane request the payment of £2000 to each of them out of the money taken and received by Wallis for the shares. At foot is Lacy's receipt. Garrick asked Wallis to keep his sum. Note of J. W[inston] that this was received from Mr. Blake, March 25, 1825.

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