Autograph letters signed from Theodore Martin to various recipients [manuscript], 1858-1895.


Martin, Theodore, Sir, 1816-1909,. Autograph letters signed from Theodore Martin to various recipients [manuscript], 1858-1895.

Autograph letters signed from Theodore Martin to various recipients [manuscript], 1858-1895.

Recipients include: Dr. Mackay, Frederic William Burton, F.A. Coz[en?], Mortimer Harris, Mr. Leed, Mrs. S.C. Hall and an unidentified recipient. (1) Addressed to Dr. Mackay, discusses his translations of Aladdin and Correggio; (2) addressed to Burton, refers to Lady's Juliet; (3) addressed to F.A. Coz[en?], mentions a list of his published works in the Leisure Hour; (4) addressed to Mortimer Harris, refers to the Hermione paper; (5) addressed to Mr. Leed. Martin writes that he is sending a cheque; mentions the weather; (6) addressed to Mrs. Hall. Martin writes on behalf of "Pauline" and is sending a ticket for a box on Wednesday; (7) addressed "Dear Madam," refers to having some corrections made. Some of the letters are undated or have a partially illegible date.

7 items ; 18 x 11 cm to 19 x 12 cm.

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