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|Archive reference number||NGA27/32/3/34|
Letter from Briton Rivière to [Sir William] Agnew
|Date||5 Oct 1882|
Letter (5 Oct 1882) from Briton Rivière to [Sir William] Agnew asking his opinion on impressions of an etching (not attached) of 'The King Drinks' that he has been working on under the advice of [Frederick] Goulding and asking if Agnew is willing to buy the plates. Rivière also makes reference to Liberal and Tory politics, taking his eldest sons to the theatre and the engraving of 'His Only Friend.'
Named persons featured:
Rivière, Briton 1840-1920
[Agnew, Sir William, 1st Baronet 1825-1910]
Goulding, Frederick 1842-1909
Steele, Louis John 1842–1918
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