Autograph letter signed from F. Winslow, Cavendish Square, to Charles Kean [manuscript], 1856 April 29.

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Winslow, F., fl. 1856,. Autograph letter signed from F. Winslow, Cavendish Square, to Charles Kean [manuscript], 1856 April 29.

Autograph letter signed from F. Winslow, Cavendish Square, to Charles Kean [manuscript], 1856 April 29.

Winslow compliments Kean's performance in Winter's tale, exclaiming "I never saw anything on the stage to exceed the gorgeous magnificence of last night's representation."

4 leaves ; 18 x 12 cm.

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