Dobson, W. C. T. (William Charles Thomas), 1817-1898
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Dobson writes to invite Redgrave to his house in Hampstead and gives him directions via train. Dobson states that Samuel Redgrave? [Redgrave's brother] will attend. Dobson acknowledges how busy Redgrave is but hopes that he can also attend. A postscript on the last page asks Redgrave to mention to Samuel[?] Redgrave [Redgrave's brother] that Dobson has been sending his post to 17 Hyde Park Gate.
"My dear Redgrave, The Council have decided to return the two pictures belonging to the Queen immediately. I understand you want these sent to […] would you kindly send an order to that effect to Mr. Eaton? Yours very sincerely, W.J. Dobson." [A note on the reverse of the letter in Redgrave's hand reads: "Mr. Dobson R.A. 2 Hampton Court pictures to be sent to Bullers order sent to Mr. Eaton.]
"Dear Redgrave, Sir Francis Grant has promised to dine with us on Wednesday 28th just at 7 - & I hope you will also give us the pleasure of your company. Yours Faithfully, W.J. Dobson."