Letter from Noël Parfait and Henri Nicolle to Auguste Vacquerie (1819-1895)

Scope and Content

Letter asking Victor Hugo, through Auguste Vacquerie, for some seats for the representation of the play Marion Delorme.

Notes in Victor Hugo's hand: "MM. Rigault et Girard – 2 st./M. Carrosson (?) – 1 st./M. Tousserel et sa femme – 2 places de loge/ M. Hostan (?) – 1 loge M. (illegible) et (illegible) – 1 loge. Still in Hugo's hand, down the paper: "Parfait 2 r. des Martyrs, 20- Meurice demande une stalle pour jeudi – il voudrait une loge pour sa femme à la seconde représentation" (Meurice asks for a stall for Thursday. He would like one lodge for his wife for the second performance).

Nicolle is unidentified. Parfait was a politician and the secretary of Alexandre Dumas in Brussels (cf. Hugo's letters to him: VMH/1/427). Vacquerie is detailed below (VMH/5/9/1-2).