From Robert Brennan in the Strand, London, to Charles Wesley in Chesterfield Street. He expects that every note of the concertos [by Charles junior] will be engraved by the end of next week. A month has been allowed for 'printing and drying them properly'. If an ornamental title or dedication is required, then this should be done by hand. In a postscript he asks that 'Ruffian Sam' be warned that Brennan will soon pay him a visit armed with a claymore [sword], for 'I am determined to cut off any part of his brow hand elbow that gets behind his back when he fiddles. I cannot bear to see him imitate a Taylor'.
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- ReferenceGB 133 DDWes/7/110
- Former ReferenceGB 135 DDWes/7/110GB 135 Charles Wesley Leather Volume 3, page 110.
- Dates of Creation11 Nov