Scope and arrangement
To Mr. [?N. J. M.] Bacon, Esq. : 1 autograph letter signed : 15 Jul 1822 : (S'ANA 0452) : from London : begins, "I am enabled to send you two no.s of Hayden's masses, as different engravers are now employed to expedite the publication of the work ...".|||To Henry Edward Dibdin, musician : -- 3 letters : -- 1 autograph letter signed : 27 Oct 1841 : (S'ANA 0943a) : from London : begins, "I feel much obliged by your polite note (of the 20th Oct.) and the little organ piece w.ch you have so kindly sent for insertion amongst my other 'Select Pieces' ..." -- 1 autograph letter signed : 30 Aug 1847 : (S'ANA 0943b) : from Craven Hill Cottage, Bayswater : begins, "I have done myself the pleasure of sending you a curious M.S. composition by Dr, Boyce ..." -- 1 autograph letter signed : 24 Jul 1848 : (S'ANA 0943c) : from 9 Craven Hill, Bayswater : begins, "I have not the pleasure of recollecting where the M.S. fugue, which is mentioned in your favor of the 22d J.y, was put to amongst my musical portfolios ...".|||To William Hawes, composer : 1 autograph letter signed : "Thursday M.g" [watermark = 1825] : (S'ANA 0193) : from 66 Gt. Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn : begins, "I feel much obliged by the card of admission to the approaching Oratorios ...".|||To "Dear Madam" : 1 autograph letter signed : 24 Apr 1843 : (S'ANA 0453) : from 4 Craven Hill, Bayswater : begins, "In reply to your polite note, requesting me to recommend a good teacher of the Piano Forte for your young friend, who promises to become, in your opinion, a clever performer, I beg to mebntionthe name of my kind friend Mrs. [Lucy] Anderson (the musical instructress of Queen Victoria) ...".