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Autograph letters signed and intialled to R.W. Lowe from various correspondents 1888-1890?

Author: Robert William Lowe; George Reid; A W; Bouverie, Miss
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Correspondents: George Reid, A.W., Miss Bouverie, and [Edward H. Dixon?]. (1), from Dixon at 150 Oxford Street, indicates that, if Percy Fitzgerald, who had access to the archives of the Lord Chamberlain's Office, did not cite them in his chapter on Cibber and Cappell [sic], it must be that he did not find anything in them to cite. (2), from George Reid and on card of the St. James Theatre, requests a voucher for a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Letters
Manuscripts
Clippings
Correspondence Manuscripts
Named Person: Robert William 1853-1902 Lowe; George Reid; A W; Bouverie, Miss; Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald; Colley Cibber; Edward Capell; W S Gilbert; Herman Charles Merivale
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Robert William Lowe; George Reid; A W; Bouverie, Miss
OCLC Number: 435496225
Notes: 2 bifolia and 2 cards.
End date range based on the fact that Ravenswood was first acted at the Lyceum 20th September, 1890. One letter undated.
Description: 4 items ; 88 x 114 mm to 178 x 113 mm.

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Correspondents: George Reid, A.W., Miss Bouverie, and [Edward H. Dixon?]. (1), from Dixon at 150 Oxford Street, indicates that, if Percy Fitzgerald, who had access to the archives of the Lord Chamberlain's Office, did not cite them in his chapter on Cibber and Cappell [sic], it must be that he did not find anything in them to cite. (2), from George Reid and on card of the St. James Theatre, requests a voucher for a dress circle seat for a new play by W.S. Gilbert. (3), from A.W. and on letterhead of Walden, Cobham, Surrey, mentions a performance of Ravenswood at the Lyceum. Also, a clipping describing the "disagreeable incident" at this performance, which is referenced in the letter.

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