Documents associated with: Byron, George Gordon
Record 4 of 5
System Number: 05033
Date: 5 June 1893
Author: Francis Gerard Prange
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler P673
Document Type: ALS
VISCOUNT BARING. ALFRED FARQUHAR, ESQ.
MARQUIS OF GRANBY, M. P.
LORD HOTHFIELD. E. M. UNDERDOWN, ESQ., Q. C.
EARL OF WHARNCLIFFE.
T. D. CROFT, ESQ.
HENRY BISHOP, ESQ.
F. G. PRANGE, ESQ.
5 / 6 / 93
THE GRAFTON GALLERIES, LIMITED.
8, GRAFTON STREET, W.
Chér [sic] Maitre,
Perhaps you will furnish him with it - if he interests you.
The paper - the style & the handwriting remind me of the Tax Gatherers. - I always remember Byrons song "Never pay your taxes till your [sic] summoned - my [p. 2] Boys" and I act up to its immortal refrain.
F G Prange
I'm getting a lot of evidence & information together re lights & walls. Hope to put all right.
Your letter goes before the Board this week.
2. HONORARY DIRECTORS
The directors include John James Robert Manners (1818-1906), Marquis of Granby, politician [more]; Emmanuel Maguire Underdown (1831-1913), barrister [more]; and Edward Montagu Stuart Granville Stuart-Wortley (1827-1899), 1st Earl of Wharncliffe [more].
3. T. D. CROFT
T. D. Croft, managing director of the Grafton Galleries.
4. HENRY BISHOP
Henry Bishop, Secretary of the Grafton Gallery, possibly an artist.
6. E. S. Black
E. S. Black, an acquaintance of the art dealer F. G. Prange.
7. Byrons song
Not the famous George Gordon Byron (1788-1824), Lord Byron, poet [more]. Possibly a humorous ditty by Henry James Byron (1834-1884), dramatist [more]: his popular play Our Boys ran from January 1875 to April 1879.