ALs to Fanny Kelly

Charles Dickens
ALs to Fanny Kelly

Item Info

Item No: cdc302001
Title: ALs to Fanny Kelly
Accession Number: 87-392
Physical Description: [3] pages + envelope
Material: paper

                                                                   MISS KELLY
                Begs leave to announce that the Gentlemen who perform this Evening, have kindly consented, as a mark of their regard for an old Servant of the Public, who has struggled with some difficulties, 
                                           TO REPEAT THESE PERFORMANCES
                                                           FOR THE LAST TIME
                                                        AND FOR HER BENEFIT,
                                               AT HER THEATRE IN DEAN STREET
                                               ON                                EVENING THE
With the addition of the Farce of GRETNA GREEN in which Miss Kelly will appear in her old Part of Betty Finnikin. The other characters by the amateurs.
                Applications for Tickets to be made to Miss Kelly 73 Dean Street Soho.
Saturday 15th. November 1845.


                 Devonshire Terrace
                                Tuesday Fourth November 1845.
My Dear Miss Kelly.
                I would have 500 announcements such as I have written on the other side, printed (if I were you) each on a sheet of Note Paper, and laid upon the seats all over the house, wherever our Bills are laid, on the Night of the 15th. Do you come down yourself, and see to their distribution; and I will take care that they are not removed .
                To the Private Boxes, I would send the same announcement, enclosed in an envelope with a short note from Yourself, to the effect that you ventured to take the liberty of begging attention to it. I would Seal Each of these, and direct it, personally, to the occupier of the Box, by name. Our box list shall be at your disposal on the previous Monday.
                Will this do for you?
                                Faithfully Yours
                                                Charles Dickens

MssDate: Tuesday Fourth November 1845
Media Type: Letters
Source: Rare Book Department
Recipient: Kelly, Frances Maria, 1790-1882
Provenance: Purchased from Sawyer via Sessler, 4/55. Matlack Fund.


Volume 4, pp. 425-426, The Letters of Charles Dickens, edited by Madeline House & Graham Storey ; associate editors, W.J. Carlton … [et al.].

Country: Country:England
Creation Place Note:Devonshire Terrace

Call Number: DL K296 1845-11-04
Creator Name: Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870 - Author