Poet, playwright and French writer. Signed autograph letter, bets December 2, 1857, 1 page 1⁄2 in-8, ink stain on the back. "My relationship with my subscribers, among whom I am happy to have a true family of friends, has always been open.
I have not hidden from them my labors and my efforts to honorably satisfy immense duties by an immense work. Nor do I hide from them that the burden of these duties is mainly on this end of the year. I like to rely, sir, on your compulsion, as you can count on my gratitude. At that time, the poet, ruined by his great generosity and his lifestyle, faced problems of money. In this letter, he asked his recipient to pay the subscription as soon as possible for his familiar course in literature of the year 1858.
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