Autograph letter, signed.

[Paris, not before 1859.]

8vo (208 x 135 mm), pp. [1]; written on paper bearing Dumas’s blind-stamped ‘A D’ device in upper left-hand corner; sometime folded, two tears (one just entering text) repaired on verso with tape, some minor dust-soiling and staining.

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A short note by the novelist and playwright Alexandre Dumas (1802–1870) sending a theatre ticket and arranging to meet the unknown recipient at the Comédie-française (‘theatre francais’) at midday the following day. He says that he will do whatever he can to obtain a small box at the Théâtre Déjazet: ‘Je vais faire tous ce que je pourrai pour avoir une petite loge a Déjazet: venez vousmême demain a midi au theatre francais et attendez moi là’.

The Théâtre Déjazet, on the boulevard du Temple, opened under that name on 27 September 1859, having previously been the Folies-Nouvelles.

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