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Autograph Postal Card Signed, to Manes, a photographer in Steglitz

by KALLMORGEN, Friedrich

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Berlin, 26 April 1908. 5 lines in German, untranslated. 3½ x 5½ inches, filing holes, otherwise good. Friedrich Kallmorgen (1856-1924), painter and graphic artist.
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Autograph Letter Signed, explaining that the diptheria bacillus is found in milk “but it is possible that Dowson found a pseudo-diptheria bacillus - such wrong forms are quite common in milk”

by KANTHACK, Alfred Antunes

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2 Huntingdon Road, Cambridge, 11 July 1898. 1 page 5 x 4½ inches, laid down. Alfred Anthunes Kanthack (1863-1898), a brilliant Cambridge doctor and bacteriologist, who died young of cancer. Professor of Pathology at Cambridge.
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Autograph Letter Signed, thanking his correspondent for the letter “which satisfies me that the most gracious act I can do is to relieve you entirely from all engagements with yours faithfully Charles Kean”

by KEAN, Charles

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Dundee, 18 March 1867. A good one page example, 7 x 4½ inches. Charles Kean (1809-68), actor, son of Edmund Kean.
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Autograph Letter Signed ‘R.Keate’, to Dr. Willis, asking him to admit Dr. French to read in the Library [probably at the Royal College of Surgeons, of which Keate was president]

by KEATE, Robert

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13 Seymour Crescent, Euston Square, 27 April 1840. 1 page 8 x 5 inches, in good condition. Robert Keate (1777–1857), surgeon, younger brother of John Keate, headmaster of Eton. Robert Keate was a staff surgeon in the army. Keate held appointments to George III and George IV, and later became sergeant-surgeon-extraordinary to William IV, and in 1841 sergeant-surgeon to Queen Victoria.
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Autograph Letter Signed ‘J.Keble’, regretting that press of business demands that he declines his correspondent’s invitation, but “You know how heartily I wish & pray for every blessing on the College & those connected with it”

by KEBLE, John

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Hursley, 29 May 1857. 2 pp. 4 x 3 inches, in good condition, integral blank leaf. John Keble (1792-1866), English churchman, one of the early Tractarians.
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Autograph Letter Signed ‘J.Keble’, to Mr. Kitchin, inviting him, at very short notice, to preach on All Saints morning

by KEBLE, John

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Hursley, 26 October 1860. 4 pp. 6 x 3 inches, in very good condition, two light traces of former mounting. John Keble (1792-1866), English churchman, one of the early Tractarians. George William Kitchin (1827-1912), later Dean of Winchester and of Durham. “... found it most convenient to put off our Dedication Feast to that day; our Church also being dedicated to All Saints. I had called my nephew to come & preach, but as we do not hear from him I suppose he is hindered; & so we are driven thus to tax your kindness...” Keble asks Kitchin to bring two or three of his boys (Kitchin was the headmaster of a preparatory school at Twyford at this time).
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Autograph Letter Signed ‘Charles S.Keene’, to ‘Dear Hunter’, agreeing to come on Saturday, “I have had to re-arrange a prior engagement on purpose or should have answered before.”

by KEENE, Charles

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239 Kings Road, Chelsea, undated. A good one page example, 7 x 4½ inches, integral blank leaf. Charles Samuel Keene (1823-1891), humorous artist.
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Autograph Letter Signed ‘Keith’ [to Mr. Atkinson] about works needing attention on his estate

by KEITH, George Keith Elphinstone, Admiral Lord

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Tulliallan, 26 July 1821. 1 page 10 x 8 inches, folds, edges a little ragged. Uncommon. George Keith Elphinstone, Viscount Keith (1746-1823), admiral, fought in the American War of Independence, and commanded the expedition which took Cape Town (1795-97). In December 1798 he was sent to the Mediterranean as second in command to St.Vincent. Keith landed the army in Aboukir Bay (1801). From 1803 to 1807 he was commander-in-chief in the North Sea, with particular responsibility for coastal defence (including the Channel) in the event of a French invasion. From 1812 he was commander-in-chief of the Channel Fleet, and had a line of cruisers along the French coast at the time of Waterloo.
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Given on board His Majesty’s Ship Minotaur in Leghorn Road, 26 June 1800. 2 pp. 13 x 8 inches, printed heading, integral blank leaf, in very fine condition. George Keith Elphinstone, Viscount Keith (1746-1823), admiral, fought in the American War of Independence, and commanded the expeditions which took Cape Town (1795-97) and landed the army in Aboukir Bay (1801). From 1812 he was commander-in-chief of the Channel Fleet, and had a line of cruisers along the French coast at the time of Waterloo. “And as opportunities will now frequently offer for communication with Minorca, you are also to break up any establishment now existing here, which subjects Government to a standing expence ...”
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Autograph Free Front, signed ‘Keith’ lower left, addressed to J.Sykes in London

by KEITH, George Keith Elphinstone, Admiral Lord

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Ramsgate, 30 July 1804[?]. 3 x 5 inches, worn at one horizontal crease, otherwise good. An important naval autograph. George Keith Elphinstone, Viscount Keith (1746-1823), admiral, fought in the American War of Independence, and commanded the expedition which took Cape Town (1795-97). In December 1798 he was sent to the Mediterranean as second in command to St.Vincent. Keith landed the army in Aboukir Bay (1801). From 1803 to 1807 he was commander-in-chief in the North Sea, with particular responsibility for coastal defence (including the Channel) in the event of a French invasion. From 1812 he was commander-in-chief of the Channel Fleet, and had a line of cruisers along the French coast at the time of Waterloo.
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Finsbury Square, 10 January 1812. 3 pp. 9 x 7½ inches, folds, in good condition. Patrick Kelly (1756-1842), mathematician, astronomer and metrologist, best known for his comparative studies of weights and measures collected in his works Universal Cambist (1811) and Oriental Metrology; comprising the monies, weights, and measures of the East Indies, and other trading places in Asia, reduced to the English standard. ... To which is added an Appendix on Oriental measures of time (London, 1832). He was also instrumental in the establishment of the Imperial system of measurement through the Weights and Measures Act 1824. He was for many years master of a successful private school called the Mercantile School in Finsbury Square.
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Autograph Letter Signed, to R.W.Frazer, agreeing to deliver a lecture, asking Frazer to suggest a subject

by KELTIE, John

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Royal Geographical Society, 3 July 1890. 1 page 7 x 4 inches, in good condition. Sir John Scott Keltie F.R.G.S. (1840 – 1927), Scottish geographer, best known for his work with the Royal Geographic Society. He joined the Royal Geographic Society in 1883, and quickly became heavily involved in its activities. He was appointed its Inspector of Geographical Education in 1884, and undertook a thorough review of the state of geography education in the UK, producing an influential 150-page report. In 1885 he became the Society's librarian, and upon the death of Henry Walter Bates in 1892, succeeded him as Assistant Secretary of the Society (in effect its Secretary, as the official Secretary was a figurehead from the nobility). Among his first tasks was the relaunching of the Proceedings of the Royal Geographic Society as the Geographical Journal in 1893, in order to appeal to a wider audience. He was officially given the title of Secretary in 1896.
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Autograph Letter Signed, to Sir Claude [de Crespigny], about hunting in different countries, reminiscing about some fine times with Sir Claude’s brother on the Pampas of South America, referring to his book on the subject

by KENNEDY, Admiral William Robert

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Falconer’s Hill, Daventry, 27 March, no year given. 4 pp.7 x 4 inches, some minor blemishes only. Admiral Sir William Robert Kennedy (1838-1916), who served in the Crimea and in China, wrote books about his sporting adventures, and an autobiography Hurrah for the Life of a Sailor. “I wrote a little book on sport in S.America when I was Capt of the Ruby and Senior Officer. it is published by Porter of Princes St. Cav. Square.”
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Autograph letter Signed, regretting that at the moment he has no date free for an engagement

by KENSIT, John

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London, 18 July 1899. 1 page 10 x 8 inches, folds, diagonal blue crayon marking the letter as read. Printed heading of Kensit’s Wickliffe Preachers. John Kensit (1853-1902), militant protestant agitator. His itinerant Wickliffites caused disturbances in ritualist churches throughout England.
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An original Quitclaim, recording the sale of various plots of land in Knolton, Chillenden and Gooneston and other villages by Thomas Fylpot of the parish of Donstam to William Norton senior of the parish of Chillenden, with full details of the “messuage and lands with their appurtenances”, and the name of witnesses

by KENT. Knolton, Chillenden & Gooneston, 1465

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1 April 1465. 19 lines in Latin, with a typed English translation in full. Vellum, 5 x 11 inches, in an attractive script, two wormholes only, with seal tag, and half of a red wax seal. Minor traces of former mounting on verso. “In testimony of which I have affixed my seal. Given the first day of April in the 5th year of King Edward 4th after the conquest” [Monday 1 April 1465]. The named villages lie between Canterbury and Deal.
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A charming Autograph Note Signed ‘V’, sending New Year wishes, “Nach guter alter deutscher Sitte” (after the good old German custom), regretting that she can not do this in person, so sending this note as a messenger through the air

by KENT, Victoria Mary Louisa, Duchess of

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Undated. 2 pp. 5 x 4 inches, decorated and perforated borders, integral blank leaf, in good condition. Victoria Mary Louisa, Duchess of Kent (1786-1861), mother of Queen Victoria.
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Autograph Letter Signed, discussing the Reduction of the Second Battalion

by KEPPEL, General Sir William

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16 June 1814. 1 page 9 x 7½ inches, in good condition, integral blank leaf. General Sir William Keppel (d.1834), Governor of Martinique (1796-1802) during the British occupation. In 1827 he became Governor of Guernsey.
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Lincolns Inn, Tuesday Night [annotated in another hand April 1817]. 1 page 7 x 4.5 inches, in good condition. Charles Henry Bellenden Ker (1785?-1871), legal reformer. He had already applied for a reading room ticket ‘but (as is quite usual with every public institution in England) I was treated with neglect’.
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Autograph Letter Signed, enquiring where the 71st Regiment is stationed

by KERR, General John Manners

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Hanold House, 10 November 1826. 1 page 9 x 7 inches, mounted on an old album page (adhesive showing through), other blemishes. General John Manners Kerr (1769-1843), served in Barbados, the attack on Tobago (1793) and elsewhere in the West Indies. He commanded the islands of Grenada, Dominica, Barbados and St. Vincent until 1804. In 1810 he was appointed Colonel of the 5th Royal Veteran Battalion.
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Manuscript certificate, signed ‘M.R.Kerr’ as Rear Admiral, stating he has had no “Public Employment either at Sea or on Shore” between 1 July and 31 October 1822

by KERR, Lord Mark, Vice Admiral

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11 November 1822. 4½ x 8 inches, in good condition, minor blemishes, paperclip mark. Vice-Admiral Lord Mark Robert Kerr (1776 –1840). Kerr served as an officer in the Lion (64) with Lord Macartney in his visit to China in 1792, and was present at the capture of Minorca in 1798.
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