No. 29 criticizes [Colley] Cibber; no. 33 apologizes for his frequent references to Shakespeare; no. 37 mentions the opening night of Drury Lane and his intention of making his first appearance in Benedict the married man; no. 42 his playing of Lothario; and several the controversy aroused by the French players. No. 36 contains a postscript of Mrs. Garrick's. No. 27 quotes Mr. Moore's lines to Mrs. Garrick beginning Fine binding! and but little in't!
20 autograph letters signed; some letters undated
Poem listed in the Folger card index of first lines
Also available on microfilm
Washington, D.C., Folger Shakespeare Library, 2005. David Garrick (Y.c.2600 (23b))
Also known as
Extended title: Collection of autograph letters signed (some incomplete) from David Garrick, Merton, Burlington House, London and Southampton St., London, to the Countess of Burlington 1749 July 18-November 4
Alternate titles: Fine binding! and but little in't!