Autograph letter signed : London, to Frederick Madden, 1827 Dec. 27.

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Dibdin, Thomas Frognall, 1776-1847. Autograph letter signed : London, to Frederick Madden, 1827 Dec. 27.

Autograph letter signed : London, to Frederick Madden, 1827 Dec. 27.

Informing him of the Roxburghe Club's intention to pay him for his work on the forthcoming "Havelok the Dane", asking him to state a satisfactory sum for his contributions to that publication, and issuing an invitation to have breakfast together the following Sunday.

1 item (3 p.) ; 22.2 x 18 cm

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