Letter from Charles Wesley jr (1757-1834) written to 'Dr. Kitchiner' in Warren Street, London, on March 28th, 1818. Wesley discusses a singing performance of an unnamed lady in the letter and advises that he thinks "the Lady's voice capable of much improvement, there are few of that kind now." He also makes an interesting reference to G.F. Handel.
The recipient of the letter was William Kitchiner, M.D. (1775–1827), a scientist, amateur musician and celebrity chef. Kitchiner was well known in the early 1800s, and his 1817 'The Cook's Oracle' became a bestselling cookbook in the UK and abroad. Apparently, Kitchiner was the inventor of the potato crisp, or at least his cookbook includes the earliest crisp recipe known. Why Wesley addresses him as 'your worship' towards the end of the letter is a mystery.