On May 30, 1815, Lord Byron writes to Mr Bartley, an actor at Drury Lane,
Ld. Byron presents his compliments to Mr. Bartley & would be obliged if Mr. B. would inform him if he received a note yesterday from Ld. B. containing a request for some tickets & five guineas in payment for the same.—As Ld. B. retained his box—the tickets were of no consequence—but Ld. B. would be glad to hear that Mr. Bartley received the enclosure safely—as Ld. B. understands from his servant that Mr. B. was not at home when the note arrived.