ALs to Benjamin Webster

Charles Dickens
ALs to Benjamin Webster

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Item No: cdc372401
Title: ALs to Benjamin Webster
Accession Number: 87-904
Physical Description: [2] pages

Monday Third January 1859
My Dear Webster,
You may be sure I have not forgotten the old Shop now bran new, or lost an atom of my friendly interest in all belonging to the proprietor.
I should have come to you sooner, but that I have been closely occupied when in town, and have been much out of town to boot. After the middle of the month, I shall return to Tavistock House; and then a youth of engaging appearance will be seen applauding in the Private Boxes.
If I might express an opinion to you, I would say that I think you cannot too soon dash at the town with a thorough good Melo Drama, bringing all the resources of your stage into action. I feel sure it is what the town will want from you.
Faithfully Yours always
Charles Dickens
Benjamin Webster Esquire

MssDate: Monday Third January 1859
Media Type: Letters
Source: Rare Book Department

Record created by BZ.

Recipient: Webster, Benjamin, 1797-1882
Provenance: Gift of Mrs. D. Jacques Benoliel, 12/56.


The Letters of Charles Dickens, Pilgrim Edition, Volume Nine, page 2.

Country: Creation Place Note:Gad's Hill Place
City/Town/Township:Higham By Rochester, Kent

Creation Year: 1859
Call Number: DL W391 1859-01-03
Creator Name: Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870 - Author

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