GB/0397 Royal Academy of Arts Archive.
| |LAW Sir Thomas Lawrence, PRA, letters and papers 1777-1831
| |LAW/1 Autographs volume 1 1777-1811
| ||>LAW/1/255 [draft?] T.L., to [?Caroline Upton?] [Oct 1810]|
|Title||[draft?] T.L., to [?Caroline Upton?]|
|Extent & Medium||1 piece|
|Content Description||He is glad the recipient is enjoying Southend; he extemporises on the beauty of taste divorced from reason; he is glad Elizabeth is bathing and allows the recipient to get fat, anything "short of Mrs. St. Leger"; tomorrow he goes to Norbury for the funeral of [Mr. Lock]; the Miss Lees are a consolation, Harriet has brought part of a play with her from the "German's Tale", it should be performed at Covent Garden by Kemble and his brother Charles; Harriet and [Sophia] are close but competitive; Fanny Mayow[?] has informed him that Campbell has clashed with Fuseli who will not support the plan; he enclosed a nice letter from the George Huntingford; begs to be remembered with love to Miss Howard and Herman Cosey.|