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together with his portrait engraved by H. Robinson after Robson, showing him half-length in full dress uniform, 12¾" x 8¾", published by George Virtue, c. 1835, the frank London, 28th September the frank laid down Trench, ADC to George IV (1825), promoted schemes for embellishing London, including an embankment from Charing Cross to Blackfriars, not taken up till… Read more
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saying he has passed his letter and good wishes of the 7th to the President of the Republic, Sadi CARNOT, 1837-1894, President from 1887, returning also his own good wishes, 1 side 8vo., Office of the President, Paris, 11 January After serving in the Artillery in North Africa and Indo-China, Brugère was appointed to President Grévy's military… Read more
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facsimile signature below, no date, c. Son of Admiral Sir T.F. Fremantle.
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image of Autograph Letter Signed to the  Marquis of Granby,  1721-1770, (Sir Joseph Yorke, 1724-1792, M.P., ADC to Cumberland at Fontenoy and in Scotland, Ambassador at the Hague, General, from 1788 1st Baron)

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Master-General of the Ordnance, on behalf of his friend Mr Russell of Dover, saying he is informed that "Mr Bryant ... Purveyor of Lands to the Ordnance, & Storekeeper of Dover Castle is at the point of death ... it would be of great weight for my interest in the Town, if ... Mr Russell could obtain one or… Read more
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with old identification below as "Governor of the Islands of Juan Fernandez and Author of Sixteen years in Chile & Peru", no place, no date, c. Sutcliffe was severely wounded at Waterloo, then in 1817 set out with a band of Englishmen to fight for Colombian independence, becoming a Lt.-Gen. of Cavalry. From 1822 to 1838… Read more
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saying he thought "some Power might fortify Candahar against us. Your reasons convinced me that concession was best at the time", no place, no date, Written in haste on the back of a printed copy of his speech in the Lords "on March 3rd [1881]", attacking the Government's policy to withdraw troops from Kandahar, after… Read more
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saying that he "had rather not be responsible for the contents, as it a little resembles a man sounding his own trumpet if favourable, and if the contrary, he has no right to falsify the judgment of the public", 1 side 8vo., Eliot Vale, Blackheath, 8th May top margin trimmed just touching address
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