20 Brompton Crescent
My dear Sir
I have been with anxiety these 8 days past for a word from you to say you have received back the Play from Mrs. M. Pray send me word by [?dinner].
At the same time let me take you for your comforts that you are not likely to be worried any more whom to "Agolant" and that king M. thinks of her 13th of January for its production. It is of course extraneous.
I read Mr. E. Webbe's [?libretto] with great pleasure and gave it to
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