Letter to “Impudent Mr. Suppose”

CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGE: Letter : Halifax, to "Impudent Mr. Suppose"

An autograph letter signed from an itinerant actress Eleonora Garrell in a traveling theatre troupe, dated 13 December 1764 from the White Lion Inn in Halifax. An affectionate, teasing letter in which the writer reports on her employment with the “Scotch Company” and their meeting with a rival company “Mr. Whitley” in Leeds and their both being banned. She reports that she will be joining another company “Mr. Woodcock’s” and her ill-health.

  • Author: Farrell, Eleonora.
  • Title: Letter : Halifax, to “Impudent Mr. Suppose”, 1764 December 13.

Catalog Record

Acquired January 2012

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