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Autograph letter signed

by [Manuscript - correspondence]; Wesley

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Published
1955
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New Castle [?], 1955. Single leaf (24 x 20.5 cm.), one leaf (text on one side only, approximately 175 words). A light and touching correspondence from an absent husband (perhaps in the military or in some sort of work camp environment) to his absent wife; a nice glimpse of mid-19th century relations. "Wesley" reassures his wife, "Mary" "We get… Read more
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Autograph Letter, signed ("Very sincerely Arthur B. Davies"), to Florence Thompson

by (Seurat, Georges)(Quinn, John) Davies, Arthur B.

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Used - Fine, with conjugate bank
Published
1925
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12 lines (50 words). 1 vols. 8vo
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337 E. 57th street, New York, 1925. 12 lines (50 words). 1 vols. 8vo. Fine, with conjugate bank. 12 lines (50 words). 1 vols. 8vo. Arthur B. Davies (1862-1928), American artist and organizer of the International Exhibition of Modern Art (the 1913 Armory show), knew the visionary American collector John Quinn in connection with Quinn's loans to the… Read more
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Autograph Letter signed ["Anne Cobden-Sanderson"] to Mary

by (Doves Press) Cobden-Sanderson, Anne

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Used - Fine
Published
Sunday
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3 pp. 1 vols. 12mo
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The Chesnuts, Ebford, Topham, S. Devon, Sunday. 3 pp. 1 vols. 12mo. Fine. 3 pp. 1 vols. 12mo. "I was so sorry to ---away without coming to wish you 'good-bye' & hear how you were feeling.
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Autograph Letter Signed ("John Burroughs"), to Leonard Morgan Brown of Norfolk, England, regarding Whitman

by (Whitman, Walt) Burroughs, John

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Used - Bifolium, the last page written vertically on verso of first, trace remains of mounts to terminal blank page
Published
1885
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3 pages. 8vo
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West Park, NY, 1885. 3 pages. 8vo. Bifolium, the last page written vertically on verso of first, trace remains of mounts to terminal blank page. 3 pages. 8vo. ON WHITMAN: "HE IS A LARGE, HEROIC, HELPFUL SOUL" A letter from one of Whitman's disciples to a British admirer, rich in biographical detail on the bard, then recently installed… Read more
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Autograph Letter Signed

by (CIVIL WAR)

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Used - very good(+)
Published
1863
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Unbound
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Appleton, WI, 1863. unbound. very good(+). Fine content A.L.S. 4to., 2 pages, Appleton, WI, January 27, 1863, providing news of troop movements and the firing and replacement of several Generals, in part: "...I suppose Rosecrans Army is at Murfreesboro yet. You see they cashiered and dismissed Porter. They ought to do the same with Buell or shoot him.… Read more
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AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED

by [DICKENS] Childs, G. W. [George William]

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Published
1868
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Gad's Hill Place, Hingham, Kent, 1868. Three pages on a bifolium 5 3/8 x 7 inches, the stationary imprinted "Gad's Hill Place, Higham by Rochester, Kent" the home of Charles Dickens. Early folds. In fine condition. In this letter to Mr. [J. B.] Lippincott. dated November 18/68, George Child writes. " Here we are as snug as may be… Read more
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Autograph Letter Signed ("James Smith"), declining an invitation to attend a performance of Shakespeare

by (British Romantics) Smith, James, & Horatio Smith

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Used - Toned, mounted. WITH: Autograph Letter Signed ("Horatio Smith"), 1 p, 8vo, Brighton, 14 October 1828, toned, tipped to verso of
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29 April [n.y.]
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1 page. 8vo
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10 Austin Friars [London], 29 April [n.y.]. 1 page. 8vo. Toned, mounted. WITH: Autograph Letter Signed ("Horatio Smith"), 1 p, 8vo, Brighton, 14 October 1828, toned, tipped to verso of same mount. 1 page. 8vo. A pair of letters from brother-humorists James Smith (1775-1839) and Horatio Smith (1779-1849), authors of the celebrated parody anthology "Rejected Addresses" (1812) which… Read more
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Autograph Letter, signed ("A. Macmillan") to Trelawney Saunders, 24 April 1884, concerning the Charles M. Doughty and the manuscript of Travels in Arabia Deserta

by (Doughty, Charles M) Macmillan, Alexander

Condition
Used - Narrow trace of old mount on left margin of first page. Very good plus
Published
1884
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3 pages on a bifolium of Macmillan & Co. letterhead. 1 vols. 12mo
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London, 1884. 3 pages on a bifolium of Macmillan & Co. letterhead. 1 vols. 12mo. Narrow trace of old mount on left margin of first page. Very good plus. 3 pages on a bifolium of Macmillan & Co. letterhead. 1 vols. 12mo. 'Upon no theory of scholarship is the style tolerable ...'. Remarkable letter from publisher Alexander Macmillan… Read more
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Autograph Letter Signed

by (MONTANA -- Mine Claim.) SMITH, Alonzo (1832-1912)

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Montana resident, possibly an attorney. ALS, 2pp (separate leaves), 8½" X 11", Harlem, MT, 1904 July 21. Addressed to "My dear James & Albert," Smith's brothers. Near fine. Handsomely penned in black ink in a large readable hand, this letter largely concerns the claims on "poor Writ's property," for "some of his old time prospect loving friend got around… Read more
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Autograph Letter Signed

by [Flower, James

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1843. One page 13 line autograph letter signed by James Flower, the High Sheriff of Norfolk. In it he writes that he was postponing an appointment and noting that he we going to Mr. Simpson for his picture. Dated May 17, 1843.
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Autograph letter signed ("Mary Heaton Vorse") to Seymour Halpern in response to Halpern's query regarding the key to success in life

by (Labor) Vorse, Mary Heaton

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Used - Tears not affecting text or signature, some loss to leaf edges, fair/good
Published
1931
Binding
1 p. on "Hotel Brevoort" letterhead. 8-1/2 x 11 inches
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New York, 1931. 1 p. on "Hotel Brevoort" letterhead. 8-1/2 x 11 inches. Tears not affecting text or signature, some loss to leaf edges, fair/good. 1 p. on "Hotel Brevoort" letterhead. 8-1/2 x 11 inches. A letter from an author better known for her advocacy of social justice. Reading in part: "To work, opportunity and curiosity about life.… Read more
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Autograph letter signed.

by [MESSRS I. CAMONDO ET CIE ON BEHALF OF [PROBABLY] MOISE DE CAMONDO, (Ottoman Empire-born French banker, art collector and philanthropist), (1860-1935)].

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Used - Very Good
Published
1901
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No Binding
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Constantinople: I. Camondo & Cie, Constantinople Letterhead., 17 Janvier 1901, 1901. No Binding. Very Good. Original autograph letter signed (ALS) by P.pon "[We hereby declare that Ms. L. Cassinelli occupied our house located in Pera Rue, Hodja Ali No 19. On December 1, 1887, and left him on September 30, 1899. That during all time, he did not… Read more
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Autograph Letter Signed

by [Sherwood Anderson] Young, Stark

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Published
1925
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New Republic stationary, single 4to sheet, folded. Five lines in holograph with New Orleans address postscript. Includes New Rep
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New York, 1925. New Republic stationary, single 4to sheet, folded. Five lines in holograph with New Orleans address postscript. Includes New Republic envelope addressed by Young to same. 3/4" split at fold else nearly fine in like envelope with some soiling. Brief letter from Stark Young to Sherwood Anderson introducing a then quite young John S. Mayfield. … Read more
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Autograph Letter Signed

by (SOAP / BATHING). WATSON, David S. (?-?)

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This Boston businessman was partner in the firm of Winslow, Rand & Co. Wholesale Grocers. ALS, 1p, 8" X 10½", Boston, MA, 23 December 1881. Addressed to "Friend Nutter." Very good. Original folds; single archivally closed (on verso) edge tear. On imprinted company letterhead listing the four principal officers, Watson comments interestingly on the use of soap: "I shall… Read more
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An autograph letter signed (as T.E. Shaw) to 'Dear Bordewich', relating to 'boats for the RAF'

by [LAWRENCE, T.E.] SHAW, T.E.

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One page, small quarto; Plymouth, 24 November 1932; light creases across and down the middle (where folded for posting); 'Mr S Smith' written in red pencil on the verso; in excellent condition. From the spring of 1931 until the end of his enlistment in February 1935, T.E. Lawrence 'was part of a small team that developed and perfected the… Read more
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Autograph Letter Signed (secretarial)

by (MITCHELL, S. Weir, 1829-1914)

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This pioneering American physician, considered the father of neurology, was also a psychiatrist and bestselling writer and poet. Secretarial ALS, 2pp (lettersheet), 5" X 8", Philadelphia, PA, 1898 August 11. Addressed to Edward Peterson. Near fine. On his "S. Weir Mitchell, M.D." letterhead, Mitchell's secretary pens a letter on his behalf. In part: "Dr Mitchell has forwarded me some… Read more
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Autograph letter signed ("Geo F. Root") to ("Sir")

by (Popular Song) Root, George F.

Condition
Used - Trimmed, old folds, residue from album paper on verso, good
Published
1885
Binding
1 p., pen and ink on paper. 8vo
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Chicago, 1885. 1 p., pen and ink on paper. 8vo. Trimmed, old folds, residue from album paper on verso, good. 1 p., pen and ink on paper. 8vo. 'I Am So Pressed By The Publishers'. A letter penned by antebellum period and Civil war era American songwriter, George Frederick Root (1820-1895), best known for his sentimental popular songs… Read more
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Autograph letter, signed ("Sincerely, Gordon Grand"), to Sidney Smith, 27 January 1946, concerning the Somerville and Ross Bibliography and his "debt to these authors

by (Somerville & Ross) Grand, Gordon

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Used - Old fold. Fine
Published
1946
Binding
One page, on ruled letterhead, G.G., Millbrook, New York. 4to
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Millbrook, New York, 1946. One page, on ruled letterhead, G.G., Millbrook, New York. 4to. Old fold. Fine. One page, on ruled letterhead, G.G., Millbrook, New York. 4to. GG on Somerville & Ross: 'for truly I am much in debt to these authors'. A fine letter from Grand to bookseller Sidney Smith of Canaan, New York, "making some inroads… Read more
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Autograph letter signed, ("Joseph Otis") to Jonathan Jackson ("Sir") regarding his position as Collector of Customs

by (BARNSTABLE, MA) Otis, Joseph

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Used - Old folds, small tear in margin. VG
Published
1796
Binding
1p. pen and ink on paper. 8vo
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Barnstable, [Mass], 1796. 1p. pen and ink on paper. 8vo. Old folds, small tear in margin. VG. 1p. pen and ink on paper. 8vo. 'I Sacrificed My All in the Revolution'. Joseph Otis (1728-1810), the brother of zealous Massachusetts patriot, James Otis, and a former General of militia known popularly as "Brigadier Otis, was appointed by George Washington,… Read more
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Autograph letter signed ("Bocquillot") to Philippe Hecquet (1661-1737), a famous doctor in Paris; n.p., 21 September [16]93

by [MEDICINE] - Lazare-André BOCQUILLOT (1649-1728)

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Used - A corner torn from seal with loss of a few letters, else fine
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From the Bart Auerbach Collection
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From the Bart Auerbach Collection. A corner torn from seal with loss of a few letters, else fine. 3 1/4 pages plus address panel, a bifolium. In French. A densely written letter about human deformity. Answering a letter by Hecquet questioning whether it is theologically sound to baptize deformed babies (what he calls "monsters"). Bocquillot answers that in… Read more
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Autograph Letter, signed ("Robert C")

by (Civil War)

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Used - Very good
Published
1862
Binding
4 pp., on letterhead displaying the Union flag. 1 vols. 8vo
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Roanoke [Island] Camp Stanton, 1862. 4 pp., on letterhead displaying the Union flag. 1 vols. 8vo. Very good. 4 pp., on letterhead displaying the Union flag. 1 vols. 8vo. Civil War Letter from the Outer Banks. In February 1862, as part of Nrg. Ge. Abrose Burnside's North Carolina Expedition, Union forces captured Roanoke Island and the Confederate fortifcations… Read more
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Autograph letter signed [sealed] 'Vâlî-yi Edirne Es-Seyyid Ismail Rahmi' to famous Crimean origin Haci Giray family for condolences.

by [TEPEDELENLIZÂDE] ISMAIL RAHMI PASHA, (Active as Turkish / Ottoman governor of Adrianople between 1848-1850).

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Used - Very Good
Published
1849
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No Binding
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[Edirne - [Adrianople]]: AH: [12]65, 1849. No Binding. Very Good. Original autograph manuscript letter sent to Haci Giray family for condolences on Haci Giray's death. 38x21 cm. On a special paper with 'ahar'. Sealed. 1 p. Has six lines. With a legible script and fine calligraphic style. It starts with 'huve'. He was a Turkish statesman, governor and… Read more
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Autograph letter signed; describing Lincoln's review of the troops of the Army of the Potomac. Approx. 1000 words.

by [CIVIL WAR; LINCOLN, Abraham] PENFIELD, Ira, Private, 17th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry.

Condition
Used - Fine original condition.
Published
Saturday April 11, 1863.
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Camp near Brooks Station,, Saturday April 11, 1863.. Fine original condition.. 15-1/2 x 9-3/4 inches.. "...Yesterday I witnessed one of the grandest sights that I ever beheld. Our whole corps was reviewed by the President, Generals Hooker, McLain, Howard, Steinway, Secretary Seward and an innumerable host of Brigadier Generals, and it was a sight that… Read more
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Autograph letter signed ("Archibald MacLeish") to ("Mr. Applefield")

by ((PULITZER PRIZE)) Macleish, Archibald

Condition
Used - VG
Published
1/20/78
Binding
1p. pen and ink on paper. 4to
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Paget [Bermuda], 1/20/78. 1p. pen and ink on paper. 4to. VG. 1p. pen and ink on paper. 4to. 'Had My World Been Right Side Up'. A somewhat doleful and revealing letter citing difficult times, by the three-time Pulitzer prize-winning American poet and writer, to "Mr. Applefield," probably author David Applefield, who would have been the opinion editor for… Read more
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Autograph Letter Signed ("Wm H. Spencer") To J[edidiah] D[owns] Commins of Lima [Livonia, Ontario county] , New York

by (New York State) Spencer, William H.

Condition
Used - Regarding the Convention bill which he feels will not pass this time but another is being put forth. Folds, some browning, else
Published
1821
Binding
One page with integral address leaf with Spencer's free frank. 1 vols. 4to
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Albany, 1821. One page with integral address leaf with Spencer's free frank. 1 vols. 4to. Regarding the Convention bill which he feels will not pass this time but another is being put forth. Folds, some browning, else good. One page with integral address leaf with Spencer's free frank. 1 vols. 4to. Free frank.
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Autograph letter signed

by (FORD, FORD MADOX). HYDE, WILLIAM

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Used
Published
Friday" n.d.[c.1900]
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Guildford, Surrey: two pages, Friday" n.d.[c.1900]. A brief note from the illustrator of Ford's The Cinque Ports, apparently advising him that he has a meeting with the intending publisher: "You had better post your M.S. so that he can get it on Tues. morning." In excellent condition.
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