Signed autograph letter, chestnut-malabry, November 14, 1865, on paper at his digit, 4 pages, to a woman of letters. Bouchardy is suffering and he is obliged to sacrifice his dearest interests. He specifies, touching, that he is nailed "in a room with a fierce cough, a fever too common, and a migraine permanently. In truth, if my good wife, this half of myself, were not there, I wish very little, the prolongation of this poor existence. He "quickly" read his play and was struck by his stage quality.
He then gives his opinion and is not misguided in advice and compliments. He concludes, saddened, "for me, poor paralyzed, I can't do anything.] I'm looking at a two-thirds play made, and I'm never going to start finishing.] I would be very happy if you could teach me what will happen to you as a writer, or as an artist, for I must now rejoice in the successes of others, and even in their hopes.] we send our compliments together [.
] and I am your affectionate good though too useless friend. Trace of adhesive on the margin. Weeping with folds and a few foxes. Trace of an old tab on the margin of the last sheet.Joseph bouchardy is a French playwright and engraver, known for his popular melodramas with complicated intrigues. More information about josep bouchardy. This is an authentic letter. Our letters are accompanied by a descriptive sheet including a transcript. The invoices and cards we issue are instead of a guarantee certificate. France free shipping private carrier on request. Shiltonson letters autographs & historical documents.
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