Place Published: Boulogne
Date Published: ND
Edition: 1st Edition
Binding: No binding
2 page letter and B&W engraving of Buller.
Two page autograph letter signed letter, 4-1/4 x 6-7/8 inches
No date, Boulogne, Sunday. No year.
'My dear Morel, I am very sorry that being recalled to my of cial duties meant that suddenly I have not time to call on you... I greatly regret this but I think it very possible that I may visit Paris before very long when I will certainly go to see you...'
Yours truly, Charles Buller
Almost certainly to the French musician, Auguste Morel.
. Charles Buller was a British liberal politician. He was the Chief secretary to Lord Durham, Governor General of Canada from 1838 to 1841 who travelled to Canada and is considered the primary writer of Lord Durham's Report published in 1839.
Auguste Morel was a musician, composer and writer, and a life-long friend of Berlioz. Writer of songs; best known for his chamber-music. In recognition of his talents he was made Chevalier of the Legion of Honor in 1860 He was director of the Conservatoire of Marseille from 1852 to 1873.
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