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Undated. 3 x 5 inches, in good condition, mounted on part of an old album page, alongside a good example of the Royal Seal in red wax, with the monogram G.P.R. beneath a Crown. King George IV (reigned 1820-1830).

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Given at Our Court at Windsor, 25 May 1827. 2 pp. 14 x 9 inches, folded, Royal wafer seal affixed, with an integral leaf addressed to Sir Henry Warde, Governor and Commander in Chief of the Island of Barbados, marked Duplicate (documents were sent overseas in duplicate, in case of loss at sea). A fine original Warrant signed by the Prince Regent [later King George IV (reigned 1820-1830)]. William Huskisson (1770-1830), statesman, the first man to be killed by a steam locomotive, was run down, ‘seeming like a man bewildered’, by the engine Rocket at the opening of the Liverpool to Manchester railway. James Dottin Maycock M.D.(d.1837) was the compiler of Flora Barbadensis: a catalogue of plants, indigenous, naturalized, and cultivated, in Barbados : to which is prefixed, a geological description of the Island (1830).

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Undated. 3 x 6 inches, fine. King George IV (reigned 1820-1830).

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London, 1874. Album page 12 x 9 inches. Moran Mor Ignatius Peter IV (b.1798) was the Patriarch of Antioch, and head of the Syriac Orthodox Church from 1872 until his death in 1894. Leone Levi (1821–1888), jurist, political economist, and statistician, author of the History of British Commerce (1872). The Patriarch and metropolitan Mor Gregorius Abded Sattuf of Jerusalem left Constantinople on 24 August 1874 for Britain to discuss the issue with the British government. Arriving in September, they met with the British government officials and appealed to the Marquess of Salisbury, the Secretary of State for India at the time, for solutions to problems arising among the churches in India. The Patriarch impressed the British public with his knowledge of the Bible and as a result held audience with Queen Victoria and the British Government asked the governor of Madras Presidency to consider his cause. Also, whilst staying in Britain, Peter arranged for a printing press to be sent to the Monastery of Mor Hana ... Read more

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Undated. 8 x 12 inches, roughly opened, in good clean condition, complete royal seal in black wax. King William IV (reigned 1830-1837) signs as Duke of Clarence.

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Docketed 26 November 1816. 1 page 10 x 8 inches, in good condition, tipped on to an old album page. Julius Caesar Ibbetson (1759-1817), landscape and watercolour painter. Ibbetson's thirty years as an exhibitor of landscapes and genre scenes at the Royal Academy began in 1785 with View of North Fleet. George Biggin of 1783 (Yale U. CBA) is one of Ibbetson's earliest known works and, as an accomplished full-length portrait in the Gainsborough tradition, should be considered as a milestone in the development of an artist who was entirely self-taught. Through the connoisseur Captain William Baillie, Ibbetson was appointed draughtsman to Colonel Charles Cathcart on the first British embassy to Peking (Beijing) in 1787, and he made numerous watercolour drawings of the fauna and the scenery en route, for example False Bay, Cape of Good Hope (V&A). Benjamin West accurately dubbed him the ‘Berchem of England’ in acknowledgement of his debt to the Dutch seventeenth-century landscape painters. Hi ... Read more

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Queens House, 19 October 1778. 5 lines on 1 page 9 x 7 inches, in very good condition, with an integral blank leaf. King George III (reigned 1760-1820). Sir Stanier Porter, diplomat and courtier. In 1778, George III visited the military camp at Warley near Brentwood in Essex. The visit included a review of the troops and a mock battle at Little Warley.

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Bhopal Agency, Sehore, 29 November 1858. 1 page 12 x 8 inches, one filing hole, fine. Sehore had played a significant part in the Indian Mutiny, and was briefly free of British rule, but the mutiny was crushed there by Sir Hugh Rose with many reprisals.

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[Fort William deleted] Bengal, 20 August 1828. 10 x 15 inches, printed with manuscript insertions, wafer seal affixed, a few marginal blemishes, generally in good condition. Sir Stapleton Cotton (1773-1865), first Viscount Combermere, served in India as colonel of the light dragoons 1794-98. He served in the Peninsular War, and in 1810 was appointed to the command of the whole allied cavalry. Later he was commander-in-chief in Ireland (1822-25) and commander in India (1825-30), where in 1827 he captured the fortress of Bhurtpoor. Alexander Shedden (1791-1867) was admitted a Member of The Royal College of Surgeons in 1813, was appointed assistant-surgeon to the 7th Madras Light Cavalry and in 1828 was appointed surgeon to the king's Army in the East Indies. On the verso of this commission he is identified as A.Shedden Esqr. Surgeon of 52nd Regt. N.I. [Native Infantry].

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Simla, 20 May 1887. 2 pp. 7 x 4½ inches, fine. “if, however, you get all right to Murree there will be plenty of people there who will look after you.” Frederick Temple Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, 1st Marquis of Dufferin and Ava (1826-1902), diplomat and administrator, was Governor-General of Canada (1872-78), Viceroy and Governor-General of India (1884-1888).

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Fort William, 27 March 1829. 9 x 15 inches, wafer seal affixed, in superb condition. Lord William Cavendish Bentinck (1774-1839), Governor of Madras (1803-1807), Governor-General of India (1828-1835). Charles John Richardson was born at Negapatam, Madras, on 30 September 1808, the son of Francis Richardson, Esq., Commercial Resident at Nagore, and his wife Lady Elizabeth Richardson, tenth daughter of the 1st Earl Winterton; and the grandson of William Richardson, Esq., sometime Accountant General of the Honourable East India Company. Commissioned Ensign on 13 May 1825, he was posted to the 57th Native Infantry, was promoted Lieutenant on 18 July 1828, and was appointed Instructor and Quartermaster of the Regiment on 22 May 1833. He subsequently served as Adjutant from 22 June 1836 until 21 May 1841, and was promoted Captain on 7 January 1841. He was present at the Insurrection in Bundelkhand in 1842, and the engagement near Jaitpur, where he was slightly wounded. Appointed Assistant to the A.G.G. Bundelkhand ... Read more

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Calcutta, Bengal, 13 August 1840. 10 x 15 inches, red wax seal afixed, in very good condition. General Sir Jasper Nicolls (1778-1849) fought at Corunna in Major-General Rowland Hill’s brigade. Saw further service in India as quartermaster-general. Received K.C.B. for his services at Bhurtpore (1825). Commander-in-Chief at Madras 1838, transferred to Bengal 1839. Lieutenant-Colonel John Luard (1790-1875), the Military Secretary, served with the 16th Light Dragoons as Lieutenant at the battle of Waterloo, and as Captain at Bhurtpore in 1825. Charles John Richardson was born at Negapatam, Madras, on 30 September 1808, the son of Francis Richardson, Esq., Commercial Resident at Nagore, and his wife Lady Elizabeth Richardson, tenth daughter of the 1st Earl Winterton; and the grandson of William Richardson, Esq., sometime Accountant General of the Honourable East India Company. Commissioned Ensign on 13 May 1825, he was posted to the 57th Native Infantry, was promoted Lieutenant on 18 July 1828, and was appoi ... Read more

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Fort William in Bengal, 25 April 1826. 10 x 15 inches, vertical folds, in good clean condition, with Combermere’s wafer seal affixed. Bearing a good bold signature of Sir Stapleton Cotton, Field Marshal Viscount Combermere (1772-1865), the Peninsular War commander, who was Commander-in-Chief in India (1825-30). In January 1827 Combermere successfully stormed the fortress at Bhurtpore. Charles John Richardson was born at Negapatam, Madras, on 30 September 1808, the son of Francis Richardson, Esq., Commercial Resident at Nagore, and his wife Lady Elizabeth Richardson, tenth daughter of the 1st Earl Winterton; and the grandson of William Richardson, Esq., sometime Accountant General of the Honourable East India Company. Commissioned Ensign on 13 May 1825, he was posted to the 57th Native Infantry, was promoted Lieutenant on 18 July 1828, and was appointed Instructor and Quartermaster of the Regiment on 22 May 1833. He subsequently served as Adjutant from 22 June 1836 until 21 May 1841, and was promoted Cap ... Read more

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Fort William in Bengal, 1 October 1829. 10 x 15 inches, vertical folds (some clean tears neatly repaired), in good clean condition, with Combermere’s wafer seal affixed. Bearing a good bold signature of Sir Stapleton Cotton, Field Marshal Viscount Combermere (1772-1865), the Peninsular War commander, who was Commander-in-Chief in India (1825-30). In January 1827 Combermere successfully stormed the fortress at Bhurtpore. Charles John Richardson was born at Negapatam, Madras, on 30 September 1808, the son of Francis Richardson, Esq., Commercial Resident at Nagore, and his wife Lady Elizabeth Richardson, tenth daughter of the 1st Earl Winterton; and the grandson of William Richardson, Esq., sometime Accountant General of the Honourable East India Company. Commissioned Ensign on 13 May 1825, he was posted to the 57th Native Infantry, was promoted Lieutenant on 18 July 1828, and was appointed Instructor and Quartermaster of the Regiment on 22 May 1833. He subsequently served as Adjutant from 22 June 1836 unt ... Read more

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23 April 1874. 6 x 9 inches, on the upper half of an old album page. Narayan Sheshadri (d.1892), Indian Christian pastor and translator, convert of the Free Church of Scotland in Bombay. He travelled in Scotland and America, and received a DD degree from the University of Montreal. From an album compiled by Leone Levi (1821–1888), jurist, political economist, and statistician, author of the History of British Commerce (1872). On the verso of the album leaf is an Autograph Inscription Signed by André-Michel Guerry (1802-1866), French lawyer and statistician, about political institutions, dated 1847.

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Kisheragheer and Berhampore [West Bengal], 1841 & 1843. 7 pp., folded, in very good clean condition, legible, no postal markings. “I have taken pen, ink and paper on a small boat in which I am proceeding to Calcutta.” “I have a pleasant enough appointment but the climate here is very bad and I have had a little more sickness than is pleasant, but only slight fevers that have none done me very much damage as yet ... I ought to make money but I go down to Calcutta too often & keep too many horses. However, these enjoyments keep up the spirits ...” After the Mutiny (1857) it was decided that all artillery and engineers in India should be part of the British Army. On 1 April 1862 the Bengal, Bombay, Madras Engineers were amalgamated into the Corps of Royal Engineers.

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20 Hanover Square [London], 8 August, no year given [watermark 1855]. 3 pp. 7 x 4 inches, in good condition. Lord Hardinge (1785-1856) , Governor General of India (1844-48). He was the first Governor-General to go out to India by way of Egypt and the Red Sea, arriving in India 22 July 1844. “These are most anxious times. I cd. never have believed that the Sepoy who has invariably been treated with such indulgence & consideration wd. even under the influence of fanaticism have been proved so cold blooded and merciless.”

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Undated. 1 page 7 x 4 inches, lightly toned. Jean Ingelow (1820-97), poet, published several volumes of verse (Poems, 1863) and stories for children (Mopsa the Fairy, 1869).

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Undated. 2 stanzas on 1 page 5 x 4½ inches, laid down. Jean Ingelow (1820-97), poet, published several volumes of verse (Poems, 1863) and stories for children (Mopsa the Fairy, 1869).

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Newbury, 11 November 1874. 3 pp. 4½ x 3½ inches, second leaf laid down on part of album page. Sarson C.Ingham, woman novelist, author of Adelaide’s Treasure (1880), Eleanor’s Ambition (1885), Esther Lovell (1890), etc. “If you will come and have a cup of tea with me at five o’clock we can chat over as much congenial rubbish as we like, for neither Papa nor Mamma will be in.”

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