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Autograph Letter Signed, about notes of credit for the Musée Napoleon, adding that he would have dealt with other matters, “but I am not in good spirits. My little boy is dangerously ill.”

by CADELL, Robert

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Edinburgh, 21 June 1825. 1 page 7½ x 7 inches, blank section trimmed away, in good condition. Robert Cadell (1788–1849) was a bookseller and publisher closely associated with Sir Walter Scott. Cadell took care of Scott in the writer's last years, profiting handsomely from arrangements made with Scott's family after his death such that they were absolved from debt in return for Cadell's exclusive right to republish Scott's novels and biographical material.
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Autograph Letter Signed, to Monsieur Vitu, about their arrangements to meet

by COQUELIN CADET

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Paris, undated. In French. A good one page example, with a separate cabinet photographic portrait of Coquelin, by Chalot. Ernest Alexandre Honoré Coquelin (1848 – 1909), French actor. Also called Coquelin cadet, to distinguish him from his brother, he was born at Boulogne, and entered the Conservatoire in 1864. He played a great many parts, in both the classic and the modern repertoire, and also had much success in reciting monologues of his own composition. He wrote Le Livre des convalescents (1880), Le Monologue moderne (1881), Fairiboles (1882), Le Rire (1887), Pirouettes (1888).
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Autograph Letter Signed, to A.A.Dauty, asking him to have printed in Truth some news about Hall Cane’s latest play, “the original of my novel The Deemster.”

by CAINE, Hall

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Bexley Heath, 25 January 1888. 1 page 7 x 4½ inches, surface creases, minor marginal tears. Sir Hall Caine (1853-1931), novelist. “I have disposed of a new play to Mr. Wilson Barrett, who will produce it when the Golden Ladder has run its course, but whether at the Globe or Princess’s I don’t know. It is the original of my novel The Deemster, but of course it differs from the story.” Barrett “intends the piece to be his chief attraction in America.” Hall Caine’s novel The Deemster (1887), set in the Isle of Man, received excellent reviews. It ran to more than 50 editions and was translated into at least 9 languages. Wilson Barrett bought the stage rights and produced a stage version called Ben-my-Chree (Manx for 'Girl of my Heart') which was also successful, despite its changed ending.
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Autograph Letter Signed, to W.P.Frith, about the R.A. meeting, saying that he is just about to start for the country for a few days’ holiday “after having at last got rid of my picture”

by CALDERON, Philip

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Athenaeum, 12 May 1882. 2 pp. 7 x 4½ inches, in good condition. P.H.Calderon (1833-1898), painter. He was Keeper of the Royal Academy. From the beginning he was inspired by the Pre-Raphaelites, and some of his work showed the detail, deep colors, and realistic forms that characterize the style. Calderon became a leading member of the St John's Wood Clique, a group of artists interested in modern genre and historical subjects. Historical, biblical, and literary themes were common in Calderon's later work.
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Autograph Letter Signed, to Mrs. Palgrave, forwarding the address of Mrs. Lowry

by CALLCOTT, Augustus Wall

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London, 13 November 1828. 1 page 7 x 4½ inches, in good condition, with the integral address leaf. Uncommon. Sir Augustus Wall Callcott (1779 – 1844), English landscape painter. There are qualities in Callcott's work which gained the admiration of J. M. W. Turner and Thomas Stothard in his day. He married Maria Graham, a writer on art and travel. They resided at the Gravel Pits, Kensington.
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Autograph Letter Signed, to S.J.Hodson, sending sketches as requested

by CALLOW, William

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The Firs, Gt. Missenden, Buckinghamshire, 15 March 1887. A good one page example, 7 x 4½ inches. Uncommon. William Callow (1812–1908), English landscape painter, engraver and water colourist.
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Autograph Letter Signed ‘C.S.Calverley’, to Walter Wren, about books and letters, describing his enjoyment on reading Jorrocks

by CALVERLEY, Charles Stuart

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17 Devonshire Terrace, 15 August 1872. 3 pp. 7 x 4½ inches, in good condition, tipped on to part of an old album page. Charles Stuart Calverley (1831-1884), poet and wit, author of Translations into English and Latin (1866); Theocritus translated into English Verse in 1869; Fly Leaves (1872); and Literary Remains (1885).
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Letter Signed by Cambacérès, as Minister of Justice, to the Minister of War, about claims for administrative and miltary expenses which were not attached to the Minister of War’s recent letter. With official annotations

by CAMBACERES, J.J.R. de, Second Consul

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Paris, 27 thermidor an 7e. [14 August 1799]. In french 1½ pages 9 x 7 inches, in fine condition, integral blank leaf. Printed heading. Jean Jacques Régis de Cambacérès (1753-1824), duke of Parma, lawyer and statesman, concerned himself with legal and legislative work, even during the Terror. As Napoleon’s second consul he played an important part in drawing up the Civil Code, later called the Code Napoleon. He was Minister of Justice between July and December, 1799.
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Letter Signed, to the representative of the people in the Departement de Seine et Oise, acknowledging receipt of decrees

by CAMBACERES, J.J.R. de, Second Consul

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Paris, 29 Ventose, l’an 3me [19 March 1795]. In French, on the headed paper of Le Comite De Legislation. 1 page 12 x 8 inches, minor blemishes. With a separate engraved portrait of Cambacérès. Jean Jacques Régis de Cambacérès (1753-1824), duke of Parma, lawyer and statesman, concerned himself with legal and legislative work, even during the Terror. As Napoleon’s second consul he played an important part in drawing up the Civil Code, later called the Code Napoleon. He was Minister of Justice between July and December, 1799.
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Letter Signed, as French Ambassador in London, to Harry Foster, Consul General of Persia in London, thankig him for the invitation to the dinner for the “Association of Foreign Consuls in the British Empire”

by CAMBON, Paul

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London, 28 April 1906. 2 pp. 9 x 7 inches, light stains at left margin, otherwise good. Paul Cambon (1843-1924), French diplomat. In 1886 Cambon became French ambassador to Madrid; was transferred to Constantinople in 1890, and in 1898 to London, where he served until 1920. In London, Cambon quickly became an important figure, helping to negotiate the Entente Cordiale between Britain and France in 1904, and serving as the French representative at the London Conference which resolved the Balkan Wars between 1912 and 1913. Upon the outbreak of the First World War, Cambon helped secure British intervention on the French side. He was decorated with the Grand Cross of the Légion d'honneur, and became a member of the French Academy of Sciences.
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Autograph envelope only, signed ‘Cambridge’, addressed by the Duke to ‘The Earl Nelson, Trafalgar, Salisbury’

by CAMBRIDGE, George, Duke of

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Postmarked London 6 January 1898. 3½ x 4½ inches, black edges, ducal monogram on flap, Salisbury backstamp, slightly worn. George William Frederick Charles, Duke of Cambridge (1819-1904), the only son of George III’s seventh son, Adolphus Frederick. The Duke fought in the Crimea, and from 1856 to 1895 was commander-in-chief of the British Army.
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Autograph Letter Signed ‘George’, addressed “My dear Osborne”, revealing in full the telegram received from Gull about the critical health of the Prince (almost certainly the Prince of Wales, later King Edward VII)

by CAMBRIDGE, George, Duke of

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Gloucester House, Park Lane, “Saturday morning”, probably December 1871. 2 pp. 7 x 4½ inches, folds, in good condition. George William Frederick Charles, Duke of Cambridge (1819-1904), the only son of George III’s seventh son, Adolphus Frederick. Sir William Withey Gull, first baronet (1816–1890), physician. (Gull was suggested in the past as a suspect in the Jack the Ripper murders, related to an alleged royal/masonic conspiracy.) Gull attended the Prince of Wales during his severe illness from typhoid fever in 1871. The Prince began to recover on 14 December 1871. The Duke of Cambridge writes: “Gull telegraph to me from last night at 9.50: ‘No return of excess of fever tonight. Prince going on well as we ought to expect up to this time.’ This is mopre reassuring. I fear that on Thursday night he was in great danger but the crisis passed over.”
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Original Visiting Card, inscribed by Cambriels, unsigned

by CAMBRIELS, General Albert

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Undated. 2½ x 4 inches, in good condition, traces of mounting on verso. General Albert Cambriels (1816-1891) fought at the Battle of Sedan and throughout the Franco-German War of 1870/71.
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Autograph Letter Signed ‘Camden’, addressed ‘My Lord’, proposing that the Weald of Kent Regiment of local Militia assemble for a 14 day exercise at Tunbridge Wells

by CAMDEN, John Jeffreys Pratt, first Marquis

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Arlington Street, 10 April 1813. A good one page example, 9 x 7 inches. John Jeffreys Pratt, 1st Marquess Camden (1759 – 1840), known as The Earl Camden from 1794 to 1812, was a British politician. He served as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland between 1795 and 1798 and as Secretary of State for War and the Colonies between 1804 and 1805.
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Autograph Letter Signed ‘Camden’, about the Sketch, probably for his portrait, wishing to call in to see it “before the Drawing is begun”

by CAMDEN, John Jeffreys Pratt, first Marquis

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Hastings, 5 March 1833. 1 page 9 x 7 inches, neatly tipped on to part of an old album page. “Lady Georgiana has taken to Drawing again, which I am very glad to see.” John Jeffreys Pratt, 1st Marquess Camden (1759 – 1840), known as The Earl Camden from 1794 to 1812, was a British politician. He served as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland between 1795 and 1798 and as Secretary of State for War and the Colonies between 1804 and 1805. Disliked in Ireland as an opponent of Roman Catholic emancipation and as the exponent of an unpopular policy, Camden's term of office was one of turbulence, culminating in the rebellion of 1798: his refusal to reprieve the United Irishman William Orr, convicted of treason on the word of one witness of dubious credit, aroused great public indignation.
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Autograph Letter Signed, to “My dear Thomson”, thanking him for his congratulations and hoping “the Landscape Exhibition prospers”

by CAMERON, David Young

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Dun Eaglais, Kippen, Stirlingshire, 2 February 1911. 2 pp.7 x 4½ inches, fine. David Young Cameron (1865-1945), Scottish painter and etcher. He was elected Associate of the Royal Academy (ARA) in the engraver class in 1911,
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Autograph Letter Signed, as Captain of HMS Leviathan in the Mediterranean, to Robert Mitford, Captain of HM Sloop Espoir, sending “a sett of bills for my pay” which Mitford can negotiate at Gibraltar

by CAMPBELL, Vice-Admiral Sir Patrick

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Leviathan [Mediterranean], 28 August 1811. 1 page 10 x 8 inches, with the integral address leaf. Some damage along upper edge only, where opened, occasional dust soiling, otherwise in good condition. Mail between two ships in the Mediterranean fleet. Vice-Admiral Sir Patrick Campbell (1773 – 1841) saw distinguished service in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars. During his service in a number of ships in the Mediterranean and English Channel, Campbell saw several small ship actions and was successful in every one, even surviving a double shipwreck in 1805. Following the war, Campbell retired for ten years before returning to service, later commanding at the Cape of Good Hope. One of his younger brothers was General Sir Colin Campbell.
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Autograph Letter Signed, to Sir G.Yonge, sending a memorial requesting leave of absence for the soldier son of a friend of Campbell, “Mr. Mutter, who was sometime Governor of one of the Forts in Africa”

by CAMPBELL, Sir Ilay

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30 June 1789. 1 page 9 x 7 inches, one light stain, in good condition. Sir Ilay Campbell (1734-1823) was appointed Solicitor General for Scotland in 1783 and Lord Advocate in 1784.
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A lengthy Autograph Letter Signed ‘Campe’

by CAMPE, Joachim Heinrich

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Braunschweig, 29 April 1788. In German, untranslated. 43 lines on 2 pp. 9 x 7 inches, a couple of clean tears along upper edge only, in good clean condition. With a separate portrait and biographical entry. Recently discovered, and in need of translation and research. Joachim Heinrich Campe (1746 – 1818) was a German writer, linguist, educator and publisher. Probably his best-known work is his Robinson der Jüngere (1779/80), a free adaptation of Daniel Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe (1719). In 1787 Campe founded his own publishing house, the Braunschweigische Schulbuchhandlung. Intrigued by the political movements in France in 1789, Campe and his former pupil Wilhelm von Humboldt travelled to Paris.
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Autograph Letter Signed [to Pierre H.Boutigny, the French chemist and pharmacologist], about the urgent completion of his scientific project or experiment, making arrangements to meet

by CAP, Paul-Antoine

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Paris, 15 January 1851. In French. A good one page example, 8 x 5 inches, tipped on to part of an old album page. Paul-Antoine Cap (1788-1877), French pharmacist and naturalist, writer on scientific subjects. He introduced into medical practice the pharmaceutical preparations based on glycerin (memoire presented to the Academy of Medicine on January 17, 1854).
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