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John Banim, Irish novelist ] Autograph Letter Signed "John Banim" to an unnamed correspondent (perhaps theatre manager proposing to perform his "The Prodigal", Robert Elliston, "lessee" at the time).

John Banim (1798–1842), Irish novelist, short story writer, dramatist, poet and essayist, sometimes called the "Scott of Ireland."

Editorial: 13 Brompton Grove London Friday no date ?, 1823
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Three closely-written pages, 8vo, bifolium, good + condition. I have for more than w eeek kept myself entirely disengaged trusting you would send the first part of 'Mazeppa' [underlined], because [.] I kept no copy, and could not proceed without it [.] whenever you send the batch I shall, within three days, finish it - or if it be better to see you - which at our last interview I did not [conceive?], - I shall do so - since you have given some expectations from the pecuniary results of a [?] Drama I am naturally anxious to exert myself. | Permit me a word about the "Prodigal" [underlined]. If consistently with your interests it cannot be produced next season I shall suffer sadly - [.] if you be at the trouble to glance at my circumstances and general views, you will yourself perceive I have already suffered [.] Before I had the honor to submit the Prodigal [underlined] I inquired by letter if I might reckon on the support of Messrs Kean and Young - [.] and upon this I wrote the play. Mr. Kean consented to act the part of Lorenzo: you informed me he had, and I met him twice in the green-room reading it; Mr Young [.] the paay was set for performance last season, and, without my interference, so announced in the papers & periodicals and the truth is whatever little public character I have must be affected by [untried?] failure under such circumstances. But my most immediate loss was pecuniary [he enlarges on this using words like "embarrassment" and "inability" and "disappointment" re. publication] I failed in disposing of the copyright." He hopes for his correspondent's further "interest [.] assure that, if you can I shall not long continued [sic] depressed and afflicted by them." Note: I have no further information about Banim's adaptation of Byron's "Mazeppa". Apparently "The Prodigal" was never performed. N° de ref. de la librería 17584

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Título: John Banim, Irish novelist ] Autograph ...

Editorial: 13 Brompton Grove London Friday no date ?

Año de publicación: 1823

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Private premises. Autographs, manuscripts and archives on any subject. Particular interest in publishing and bookselling history. Occasional catalogues. Company number: 03785276

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