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Autograph Letter Signed ‘Emma Eames Story’, to ‘Dear Maud’, explaining that she has much to do before her departure for Paris and London, referring also to the busy schedule of her husband, Julian Story

by EAMES, Emma

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28 Via Maggio, undated. 4 pp. 6 x 4½ inches, in good condition. Emma Eames (1865 - 1952), American soprano. She sang lyric and lyric-dramatic roles in opera and enjoyed a brilliant career in New York, London and Paris during the last decade of the 19th century and the first decade of the 20th century.
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Autograph Letter Signed ‘Chester Eardley-Wilmot’ to James Gibson (Crown Agent for the Van Diemen’s Land Company at Circular Head), asking him to join Sir William and Lady Denison for dinner

by EARDLEY-WILMOT, Chester

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Government House [Hobart], 8 July 1852. 1 page 7 x 4¼ inches, partially toned, integral blank leaf. Robert Charles Chester Eardley-Wilmot, one of the three sons of the Lieutenant-Governor of Van Diemen’s Land, Sir John Eardley-Wilmot, became Assistant Colonial Secretary and Registrar.
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Report of the British Economic Mission to the Far East 1930-31

by FAR EAST TRADE

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H.M.S.O., London, 1931. Printed Report. 156 pp. 8vo. Printed wrappers, stamped ‘Last Copy’.
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Autograph Letter Signed ‘Eliz: Rigby’, to Lady Drysdale, about acquaintances, health, opportunities for meeting, local events (”Linlithgow was a very successful day ...”)

by EASTLAKE, Elizabeth

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Undated. 4 pp. 4 x 3 inches, in good condition. Lady Elizabeth Eastlake (1809 – 1893), born Elizabeth Rigby, was an author, art critic and art historian, and was the first woman to write regularly for the Quarterly Review. She is known not only for her writing, but also for her significant role in the London art world while her husband, Sir Charles Eastlake, was director of the National Gallery.
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Fragementary hafl-title (only) of his novel Uarda [a Romance of Ancient Egypt], bearing a dated inscription signed ‘Georg Ebers’

by EBERS, Georg

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Leipzig, 2 March 1877. 4 x 4 inches, belmishes. Georg Moritz Ebers (1837 – 1898), German Egyptologist and novelist, discovered the Egyptian medical papyrus, of ca. 1550 BCE, named after him at Luxor in the winter of 1873–74.
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Autograph Letter Signed, to the Editor of the Academy, discussing his recent works submitted for review, thanking him for recent notices (particularly the Amanda Group of Bagford Poems), and telling him of his recent work on the new series of The Roxburghe Ballads

by EBSWORTH, Joseph Woodfall

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Molash Vicarage, Ashford, 14 May 1881. 4 pp. 4.5 x 7 inches, remains of adhesive tape guard in the margin of the final page, otherwise good. Joseph Woodfall Ebsworth (1824-1908), editor of ballads.
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Autograph Letter Signed ‘Emma Eburne’, sending two named drawings for exhibition at the Royal Academy

by EBURNE, Emma

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44 Frith Street, Soho Square, 6 April 1840. 2 pp. 4 x 3½ inches, in fair condition. An early letter by Emma Eburne (1819-1885), later Mrs. William Oliver, artist.
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Autograph Letter Signed ‘yours ever, Anthony’, to “My dear Max” [Max Beaverbrook], thanking him for what he writes about poltics, and discussing the news from Saudi Arabia

by EDEN, Anthony

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Donnington Grove, 25 March 1958. 3 pp. 7 x 5 inches, in fine condition. Sir Anthony Eden (1897-1977), Prime Minister (1955-57). “The Saudi news has come sharp & soon - even earlier than I had expected when we talked. Now pressure will develop against, and maybe within, Oman & Aden. Nasser will seek to re-assure the Americans & to drive us and our friends from authority in the Arabian peninsula. I hope we shall not be lulled, still less make concessions at Buraini [Oman] or elsewhere, though we are likely to be pressed to do so.”
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Original Illustrated Autograph Letter Signed, to Miss E.Bodkin, 52 Upper Mount Street, Dublin, flattered that “you are having the little woodcut framed”

by EDEN, William Denis

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Woodstock, January 1928. 1 page 8 x 5 inches, with the original envelope. William Denis Eden (1878-1949), writer, painter and illustrator. His correspondence with Thomas Bodkin is held by Trinity College Dublin. Eden had his first lessons in painting from F G Stephens, an original member of the Pre- Raphaelite Brotherhood.
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Lund [Sweden], 7 January 1885. In English. 2 pp. 8 x 5 inches, integral leaf annotated by Rost, torn at centre fold (not affecting text), in good condition. “My own prospects here were too slow and too uncertain to reject a pretty good offer from the other side the Atlantic ...” August Hjalmar Edgren (1840 – 1903) was a Swedish-American linguist, professor, and author, as annotated by Rost on this letter: “Author of two Sanscrit grammars (one in Swedish, one in English) & translator of Sanscrit plays”. Edgren wrote numerous books, including a report of the author's travels in Mexico. In addition, the multi-lingual Edgren was the author of numerous books of grammar in several languages including German, French, Italian, Spanish and Sanskrit. Reinhold Rost (1822-1896), German born orientalist, secretary to the Royal Asiatic Society (1863-69), librarian at the India Office (1869-1893).
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Three Autograph Letters Signed, to Moy Thomas, on matters of theatrical history, mentioning two works of his own, “an operetta and a comedy” to be produced at the Crystal Palace

by EDWARDS, Henry Sutherland

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12 Upper Berkeley Street, March & July 1886; October 1887. 3 pp. 7 x 4½ inches, toned. Henry Sutherland Edwards (1828-1906), journalist and author. He was correspondent of The Times at the coronation of Alexander II of Russia, in the camp of the insurgents at Warsaw (1862–63), and at German army headquarters during the Franco-Prussian War.
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Autograph Letter Signed, to David Roberts, the artist, returning his picture of the Cathedral of Seville at the close of the exhibition, discussing its sale, mentioning some damage to the frame

by EGLINGTON, Samuel

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[1834]. 1 page 9 x 7 inches, with the address leaf, dusty but in good condition. Samuel Eglington (1785-1860), painter. “I have not received the cash for the prizes from the corporation yet, but will write you and remit it as soon as received.” David Roberts (1796-1864) he travelled in Spain and Tangiers in 1832. He returned at the end of 1833 with a supply of sketches that he elaborated into attractive and popular paintings. The British Institution exhibited his Interior of Seville Cathedral in 1834, and he sold it for £300.
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Autograph Letter Signed ‘M. Zeki’, to Colonel Sir Owen Lanion [Lanyon], Commander of Ismailia, inviting him and “one or two of your friends” to meet H.E. Sultan Pacha that evening

by EGYPT. The Sultan’s Invitation, 1882

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4 September 1882. 2 pp. 6 x 4 inches, foxed. Zaki Bey (? Zeki Pacha), Lord Chamberlain to the Khedive of Egypt. “I was coming myself for this purpose but having something to do I could not come. If you let me know the names of the Gentlemen who will come I will be very much obliged to you.”
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Letter Signed ‘Delbeccq’, to M.Collin, discussing a matter of military discipline, wounded soldiers, and related matters

by ELBHECQ, Pierre Joseph d’, General

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Dunkirk, 15 November 1791. In French. 2 pp. 9 x 7 inches, in good condition, remains of guard, discreet stamp of the Bibliotheca Lindesiana. General d’Elbhecq (1733-1793) became commander-in-chief of the Armées des Pyrénées-Occidentales in 1793.
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Typed Letter Signed ‘T.S.Eliot’, to Miss Gwynneth Thurburn, Central School of Speech Training and Dramatic Art, about the performance of the girls chorus in his verse play Murder in the Cathedral

by ELIOT, T.S

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The Criterion, 24 Russell Square, London, 25 November 1935. 1 page on the stationery of The Criterion, A Quarterly Review. 10 x 8 inches, in good condition. T.S.Eliot (1888-1965), poet, critic and dramatist. The first performance of Murder in the Cathedral, about the martydom of Thomas Becket, was given on 15 June 1935 in the Chapter House of Canterbury Cathedral. The production then moved to the Mercury Theatre, Notting Hill Gate in London and ran there for several months. Eliot asks Miss Thurburn for the names of the girls so that he can send each of them a copy of the play. “I cannot help wondering about at the ability of the chorus to go on night after night, apparently for an indefinite period and in the midst of their work. I don’t know how they manage to do it unless some of their other work is remitted because of this When I wrote the play I never expected that it would be played for more than a week or two at a time!”
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25 Argyll Road, Kensington, 25 May 1874. 3 pp. 8 x 5 inches, in good condition. Bernard Shaw acknowledged Ellis as the prototype of Professor Henry Higgins of Pygmalion (My Fair Lady).Alexander John Ellis (1814-1890), philologist and mathematician. Initially trained in mathematics and the classics, he became a well-known phonetician of his time. Through his work in phonetics he also became interested in vocal pitch and by extension in musical pitch as well as speech and song. Ellis is also noted for translating and extensively annotating Hermann Helmholtz's On the Sensations of Tone. The second edition of this translation, published in 1885, contains an appendix which summarizes Ellis' own work on related matters. Initially trained in mathematics and the classics, he became a well-known phonetician of his time. Through his work in phonetics he also became interested in vocal pitch and by extension in musical pitch as well as speech and song.
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Undated. 4 pp. 7 x 4.5 inches, tipped on to part album leaf. In good condition. Sarah Stickney Ellis (d.1872), wife of William Ellis, the missionary, was the founder of Rawdon House, a school for ladies, and a pioneer of female education.
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Autograph Letter Signed, as Deputy Master of the Royal Mint, to Mr. Hollams, sending an order for three people to visit the Mint

by ELLISON-MACARTNEY, William

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18 December 1907. 2 pp. 7 x 4½ inches, in good condition. Sir William Grey Ellison-Macartney, (1852 – 1924) served as the Governor of Tasmania and Western Australia.
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Original manuscript document authorising payments, signed ‘E.Philibert’. With countersignatures

by EMMANUEL PHILIBERT, Duke of Savoy

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Savoy, May 1564. 1 page 12 x 8 inches, in good sound condition, but with five small pieces of adhesive tape affixed at edges, cancellation stroke. Integral leaf, docketed on verso. The uncommon signature of Emmanuel Philibert (1528-1580), Duke of Savoy, one of the most renowned princes of the later Renaissance. He was the son of Charles III and Beatrice of Portugal, and took service with the Emperor Charles V during the wars in Germany, France and the Low Countries. During his reign (from 1553) as Savoy’s first really outstanding ruler, the duchy became free of foreign occupation. He organised a central government and an effective army.
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Autograph Letter Signed ‘W.Empson’, making arrangements for a meeting

by EMPSON, William

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Temple, date illegible. 2 pp. 4½ x 3½ inches, integral blank, fine. William Empson (1791–1852), lawyer and literary reviewer, editor of the Edinburgh Review.
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