Letter from Henry F. Chorley to Charlotte Cushman, Oct 10, 1847
Chorley is placing an affair into Cushman's hands because he finds that it is best if he remains the "man behind the clouds" in this matter. He does not explain this further in the letter.
Library of Congress, Charlotte Cushman Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
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[2958 reverse] but for many reasons is anxious "to blush +++" until his fate is ascertained. But I +++ this matter. like every other connected with the affair, at yr[?] disposal or discretion: _ & hoping to find a note to say that you are coming to eat at Heaven knows what. — This day week, at my +++ table at 5 o'clock [last three words inserted] — with best regard to Mrs M:_ I am most sincerely yrs
Henry F. Chorley.