Autograph letter to "Mon très cher Directeur" (most probably François-Joseph Fétis, Director of the Conservatoire), signed in full.
1 page of a bifolium. Octavo. N.d. In ink. On stationery with a place name, monogram, and Paris address embossed at upper left corner. In French (with translation).
Stoltz does not dare ask the director to listen to [Rossini's] Guillaume [?Tell]. In spit