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Portrait Photograph of the composer as conductor, inscribed in English and signed on verso

by MILHAUD, Darius

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1969. 5½ x 3½ inches, traces of former mounting. Darius Milhaud (1892-1974), French composer. “Dear Mr.Tomlin, Your so nice letter gave me a great pleasure because it is rare to receive such lovely appreciation of a musician’s work. Very sincerely, D.Milhaud.”
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Portrait Photograph (passport size), signed ‘Alec Waugh’

by WAUGH, Alec

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Postmarked Tangier, 14 November 1977. 2 x 1½ inches. With the original envelope, addressed by Waugh to James Butt in Stowmarket, franked with Moroccan stamps. Alec Waugh (1898-1981), author.
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Postcard Portrait of Blakiston as the Prince Badahur Sanatsinjhi of Kharikar in The Blue Moon (1905), inlaid to album leaf with an inscription: I would be English & have English friends about me. [Blue Moon], truly yours Clarence Blakiston

by BLAKISTON, Clarence

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Undated. Overall 9 x 6 inches. Clarence Blakiston (1864–1943), actor. In November 1902 he acted in JM Barrie's play, "The Admirable Crichton," at the Duke of York's Theatre in London.
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Presentation Biblical inscription and signature: “Behold the Lamb of God”, in English and a native dialect (probably Bechuana), signed ‘Robert Moffat’

by MOFFAT, Robert

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Undated. 1 x 5 inches, in fine clean condition. Robert Moffat (1795-1883), Scottish missionary, father-in-law to David Livingstone, and author of Labours and Scenes in South Africa (1842).
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Presentation Autograph Signature: “yours very sincerely, A.E.W.Mason, author of The 4 Feathers”

by MASON, A.E.W

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New Grove, Petworth, 7 January 1926. 4 x 5½ inches, fine. A.E.W.Mason (1865-1948), English novelist and playwright.
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Printed Commission, completed in manuscript, signed ‘Arran’ at head, as Lord Deputy of Ireland, appointing “John Braddock to be Major of the Militia Regiment of Foot under the Command of the Lord Mayor of Dublin as Collonel”. Countersigned ‘W.Ellis’

by ARRAN. Richard Butler, Earl of Arran, Lord Deputy of Ireland

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At his Majesties Castle of Dublin, 8 July 1682. 17 x 11½ inches, the Earl’s wafer seal affixed, minor tears, stains and defects, lower left corner torn away. From the Enys Collection. An impressive Irish Warrant or Commission. Richard Butler, 1st Earl of Arran, Baron Butler of Cloughgrenan, Viscount Tullough (1639 – 1686), Irish peer, the fourth son of James Butler, 1st Duke of Ormonde. He was created Baron Butler of Cloughgrennan, Viscount Tulloogh and Earl of Arran (having purchased the Aran islands) in May 1662 in the Peerage of Ireland. In 1673, as a reward for his bravery in the sea fights against the Dutch, he was created Baron Butler of Weston in the Peerage of England.
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1783. 4 x 6 inches, very lightly tipped on to an album page with an engraved portrait of De Lolme and a biography. Jean-Louis de Lolme (1740 – 1806), Swiss and British political theorist and writer on constitutional matters, born in Geneva. As an adult he moved to England, and became a British subject. His most famous work was Constitution de l'Angleterre (The Constitution of England, 1771), which was subsequently published in English as well. In it, de Lolme advocated a constitutional form of government enshrining the principle that monarchy, aristocracy and democracy should be balanced against each other. He also praised the element of representative democracy in the constitution, and urged an extension of suffrage. The work influenced many of the framers of the United States Constitution.
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Printed Admission Ticket to Moral Philosophy lectures, signed ‘John Wilson’

by WILSON, John

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University of Edinburgh, 1820. 3½ x 4½ inches, remains of guard. John Wilson, pseudonym Christopher North (1785-1854), Scottish critic and essayist, Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Edinburgh.
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Printed Exchequer Document, completed in manuscript, signed ‘G.Kneller’, in receipt of his annuity payment of £73:10s., witnessed by Philippe Moreau

by KNELLER, Sir Godfrey

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9 October 1718. Single leaf, 11 x 7 inches, laid down and heavily dampstained, with defects at edges, but signature sound. An uncommon signature. Sir Godfrey Kneller (1646-1723), portrait painter, studied at Amsterdam and Italy, came to London in 1676, and in 1680 was appointed court painter.
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Printed letter, enclosing a Circular, signed ‘J.B.Rogerson’, addressed to Peter Rylands. With the original Circlular advertising his Poetical Works

by ROGERSON, John Bolton

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Cemetery Hosue, Harpurkey, near Manchester, 8 December 1849. Letter, envelope and Circular, each neatly mounted and in good condition. John Bolton Rogerson (1809-1859), poet.
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Admiralty, 1 February 1777. 1 page 12 x 7 inches, overleaf manuscript descriptions of each man, integral address leaf, bishopmark 3/FE, impressed Admiralty seal. Light to severe staining but sound and complete. A rare Admiralty broadside, issued during the American War, offering “Protection” (valid for three months) from naval impressment to those in essential trades such as coal shipping. Each man is described: “William Armstrong Mate aged 23 years, with a Scar on his Right Cheak, fair complection, Five Foot Nine Inches height.” Workington is a town at the mouth of the River Derwent on the coast of Cumberland. The document bears a bold signture of John Montagu (1718-92), fourth Earl of Sandwich, first Lord of the Admiralty during the American War of Independence. He assisted Captain Cook in fitting out his fleet in 1778, and the Sandwich Islands [later called Hawaii] were named after him.
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A presentation Autograph Signature: “With pleasure, Anthony Trollope”

by TROLLOPE, Anthony

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Undated. 4½ x 7 inches, later label (could be trimmed away), traces of former mounting at corners, in good condition. Anthony Trollope (1815-1882), English novelist.
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