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Autograph Wrapper Front only, signed “G.P.R.” as Prince Regent, addressed by him to Her Royal Highness The Princess Mary, Windsor Castle

by GEORGE IV

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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 St James’s, 15 May 1735,. 1 page 18 x 11 inches, in sound condition, light foxing spots, one old repair and tape on verso. King George II (reigned 1727-1760).
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Original signature as King, “George R”, cut from the upper left corner of a Royal Warrant to raise Volunteers for the Army

by GEORGE IV

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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… Read more
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Original Wrapper Signed ‘Clarence’ lower left, addressed by him “To The Viscountess Keith” (wife or widow of Admiral Lord Keith who died in 1823)

by WILLIAM IV

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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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St James, 30 July 1796. 2 pages 9 x 7 inches, plus integral address leaf, gilt edges, in fine fresh and attractive condition, bearing two seals in red wax with ends of red silk ties, SIGNED BY A RELUCTANT GEORGE III ON BEHALF OF HIS FORMER MINISTER TO THE UNITED STATES. The bearer of this letter, George Hammond, had returned to England after serving as the first British Minister to the United States of America in 1795. He was then promoted by George Grenville, the Foreign Secretary, to act as his senior Under-Secretary with George Canning serving as the second. Meanwhile, faced with Napoleon's victories in Italy and the Rhineland, Pitt's First Coalition was facing collapse. Grenville, keen on an alliance with Prussia, proposed that her support could be ensured by giving her a free hand in annexing either of the Belgic provinces or extensive domains in Germany; a plan that was turned down by George III with the cutting observation that 'Italian politics are too complicated for my… Read more
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Autograph Note, entirely in the King’s hand, requesting that “Sir Stanier Porter will send the Box that accompanies this to Lord North at Bushy Park”

by GEORGE III

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Queens House, 14 January 1781 “52 m[inutes] p[as]t 5 P.M.”. 2 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. Frederick North (1732-92), known as Lord North, was Prime Minister from 1770-1782 and was largely responsible for the measures which led to the loss of America.
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Fete du Drapeau, Offert par le 3e Regiment de Tirailleurs Tonkinois

by INDOCHINA. Fete du Drapeau, 1913

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Imp. d’Extreme-Orient, Hanoi, October 1913. 8 pp. pamphlet, staples removed, in good clean condition, 10 x 4 inches.
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Autograph Verses beginning “For me this freshness in the morning hours ...”, signed ‘Jean Ingelow’

by INGELOW, Jean

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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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Autograph Letter Signed ‘Sarson C.Ingham’, addressed “Chère petite amie”, saying that she is a prisoner as a result of an inflamed foot, asking her correspondent to call

by INGHAM, Sarson C

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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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Autograph Letter Signed, supporting his correspondent’s publication “as a Wykehamist”, correcting the details of the arms of the See of Winchester in the circular, with a small sketch of a mitre in the text

by INGRAM, James

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Trinity College Oxford, 11 January 1843. 4 pp. 7 x 4½ inches, folds, in good condition. James Ingram (1774-1850), Anglo-Saxon scholar and President of Trinity College Oxford. His publications included an edition of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle (1823), an edition of Quintilian (1809) and Memorials of Oxford (3 volumes, 1832 to 1837) with 100 illustrations by John Le Keux.
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Album page bearing 23 original autographs of the French members of the Jury of the International Exhibition of 1862

by INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, London 1862

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London, 1862. 6 x 10 inches, in good condition, mounted on an album page. From the collection of Leone Levi (1821–1888), jurist, political economist, and statistician, author of the History of British Commerce (1872).
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Library book request slip, entirely in the hand of Washington Irving and signed by him ‘W.Irving’, requesting The Christian Diary of Nicolas Caussin

by IRVING, Washington

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26 May 1819. About 3 x 4 inches, in good condition, central filing hole. Washington Irving (1783-1859), American author of Rip Van Winkle, Bracebridge Hall, Life of Washington, etc. Irving was in Europe from 1815 to 1832.
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Autograph Letter Signed, to a bookseller, clarifying his orders for the Berlin Memoirs he requires

by IVORY, Sir James

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Undated. 1 page 8 x 5 inches, in good condition. Sir James Ivory (1765-1842), mathematician. He published in the Philosophical Transactions several important memoirs, which earned for him the Copley Medal in 1814 and ensured his election as a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1815. Of special importance in the history of attractions is the first of these earlier memoirs (Phil. Trans., 1809), in which the problem of the attraction of a homogeneous ellipsoid upon an external point is reduced to the simpler case of the attraction of another but related ellipsoid upon a corresponding point interior to it. This theorem is known as Ivory's theorem.
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