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Engraved Visiting Card, with his printed name, inscribed by Poincaré (not signed) for Mr. and Mrs.Macalister, sending best wishes. Together with an Autograph Card Signed by Henriette Poincaré (1926)

by POINCARE, Raymond

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France, 1920’s. Visiting card 4 x 2.5 inches, in fine clean condition. Raymond Poincaré (1860-1934), French statesman and writer, 9th President of the Republic.
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Envelope only, entirely in Queen Adelaide’s hand, addressed to her treasurer at Marlborough House

by ADELAIDE, Queen

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Undated. 4 x 8 inches, in good condition. Adelaide, later Queen Dowager (1792-1849), married the Duke of Clarence, later King William IV, in 1818.
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Envelope front (only), signed ‘Cambridge’ lower left, addressed ‘To The King, Hanover’

by ADOLPHUS FREDERICK, Duke of Cambridge

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Undated. 2¾ x 4¾ inches, laid down on part of an album page, traces of mounting on verso, other minor blemishes. Adolphus Frederick, Duke of Cambridge (1774-1850), tenth child of King George III and Queen Charlotte. In 1816 the Duke of Cambridge, on behalf of King William IV, was appointed to the viceroyalty of Hanover, which at the treaty of Vienna (1814) had been elevated from an electorate to a kingdom. His discreet administration helped to preserve the Hanoverian crown for his family.
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Envelope Front only, signed ‘Edmund Head’ lower left, addressed to Sir George Lewis at the Home Office in London

by HEAD, Sir Edmund Walker

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Postmarked Quebec 25 April 1861, London arrival cds. 2 x 4 inches, irregularly trimmed, in clean condition, laid down. 6d. Stg. Paid marking. Sir Edmund Walker Head (1805-1868) was simultaneously Governor General of the Province of Canada and Lieutenant Governor of Canada West and Canada East (1854-1861) and formerly Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick (1847-1854).
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Envelope (only) addressed and signed by FitzRoy, addressed to The Revd Robert Allwood, Lyndhurst, Sydney

by FITZROY, Charles Augustus

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[Australia, undated]. Black edged envelope, opened, seal possibly cut from verso. Sir Charles Augustus FitzRoy (1796-1858), colonial governor. Sir Charles was chosen as the tenth Governor of the colony of New South Wales by Lord Stanley in 1845. Robert Allwood (1803–1891) was an English-born cleric, and academic in colonial Sydney, who served as rector of St James' Church, Sydney for 44 years.
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Envelope Front only, in Sala’s hand and signed by him lower left ‘G.A.S.’, to Monsieur John Latey at the Illustrated London News

by SALA, George Augustus

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Postmarked Brussels, November 1883. 4 x 5 inches. George Augustus Sala (1828-1895), journalist and novelist, special correspondent of the Daily Telegraph.
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Envelope (only) signed ‘Mulgrave’ as Governor of Nova Scotia, to Sir Henry Storks at the War Office, London

by MULGRAVE, George, Earl of

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13 March 1858. 3½ x 8½ inches, marked On Her Majesty’s Service, with a weak strike of HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA, London arrival cds. George Augustus Constantine Phipps, 2nd Marquess of Normanby (1819 – 1890), styled Viscount Normanby between 1831 and 1838 and Earl of Mulgrave between 1838 and 1863, was a British Liberal politician and colonial governor of Nova Scotia, Queensland, New Zealand and Victoria. He was the 32nd Governor of Nova Scotia, in office from 15 February 1858 to 17 September 1863.
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Envelope front only, signed ‘C.Sumner’ upper right, addressed by him to “General Miller, Consul of Her Britannic Majesty, Sandwitch Islands, via San Francisco, Calif.”

by SUMNER, Charles

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Contemporary annotation on verso, dated Honolulu, 1856. About 3 x 4 inches, trimmed. Charles Sumner (1811 –1874), American politician and United States Senator from Massachusetts. As an academic lawyer and a powerful orator, Sumner was the leader of the anti-slavery forces in Massachusetts and a leader of the Radical Republicans in the U.S. Senate during the American Civil War.
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An early Autograph Letter Signed “Sincerely yours Louise de la Ramée, ‘Ouida’”, addressed ‘Dear Sir’, sending a copy of a letter from Chapman & Hall, referring also to “a most insulting letter from Mr Payne”, and making arrangements to meet

by OUIDA, Louise de la Ramée

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The Langham, 3 November [watermark 1868]. 4 pp. 7 x 5 inches, in good condition. Ouida, Louise de la Ramée (1839-1908), novelist.
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An early Autograph Letter Signed ‘Jervis’, asking his correspondent for information about “Houses of Industry”

by ST. VINCENT, Admiral John Jervis, Earl

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South Weald near Brentwood, 13 April [1784 in a later hand, in pencil]. 1 page 9 x 7½ inches, in good condition, a few minor blemishes only. Admiral John Jervis, Earl St. Vincent (1735-1823). “May I trouble you when you have a moments leisure, to send me the best information you can obtain, touching the regulations of your Houses of Industry, how they succeed and in what proportion the poor Rates are reduc’d by them.”
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In the train and Boat of Garten Speyside, 30 June, no year given. 3 pp. 7 x 4 inches, in fine condition. From the Enys Collection, with their label. C.F.Gordon-Cumming (1837-1924), traveller and author of At Home in Fiji (1881), China (1885) and other works.
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An entertaining Autograph Letter Signed, to ‘Wolferston’, agreeing that “mud is to be avoided both in art and fashion”, describing a recent fashionable “conversazione”, the colour on Rotten Row, referring to his own picture Sunflower

by STOREY, George Adolphus

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19 St John’s Wood Road, 6 September 1884. 4 pp. 7 x 4½ inches, fine. George Adolphus Storey RA (1834-1919), portrait painter, genre painter and illustrator. “... nothing can be more dingy than an ordinary London crowd such as one saw at the great Reform demonstration.”
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An exuberant Autograph Letter Signed, to “Bob” (Thallon) in Brooklyn, incorporating a musical quotation, describing the latest concerts, the forthcoming concerts to be given by Wagner in the Albert Hall, his own Sacred Drama, and much else

by HATTON, John Liptrot

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Margate, 30 April 1877. 4 pp. 7 x 4½ inches, in good condition, a few minor tears only. A wonderful letter by John Liptrot Hatton (1808-1886), composer, pianist and singer, praised by the New Grove as “the inventor, or at least one of the earliest exponents, of a kind of popular one-man show, in which he spoke, played the piano, and sang to his own accompaniment”. In this letter he describes “My Sacred Drama - the word Oratorio is too ponderous for the character of my work - it being most dramatic - especially when part II begins - then we have old Sennacherib with the Assyrian Host - Warriors - Dancing Girls - Trombones - Big drums - Cymbals - Triangles - Tambourines, etc. kick up a d_l of a row. I can’t tell yet - when or where it is likely [to] come out - you shall know when the time comes.”
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