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Salary receipt, signed ‘E.Bevignani’, for £100 received from M.Gye of the Royal Italian Opera, Covent Garden

by BEVIGNANI, Enrico

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London, 1 June 1876. 5 x 8 inches, in good condition. Enrico Bevignani Modesto (b.Naples, 1841 - 1903), orchestral conductor, composer and theatrical impressario. In 1864 he moved to London, and from 1871 to 1878 he was the permanent conductor at Covent Garden. On March 17 1879 he conducted the world premiere of Eugene Onegin at the Maly Theatre in Moscow.
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Section of a Treasury receipt, signed ‘Grafton’

by GRAFTON, Charles Fitz-Roy, 2nd Duke

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13 February 1738. 3 x 8 inches, one filing hole, traces of mounting. Charles Fitz-Roy, 2nd Duke of Grafton (1683-1757), Lord Justice.
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Arley, 1844-1846. 10½ pages 7 x 4½ inches, minor blemishes only, one letter cleanly torn along centre fold. Rowland Eyles Egerton-Warburton (1804-91), poet, author of Hunting Songs and Miscellaneous Verses (1846), etc. On the subject of proofs he writes, “The dead horse wants working up a great deal, pray speak seriously to Mr. L about this, as I am quite fearful that they will all appear to be very coarse and slightly finished.”
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Series of five Autograph Letters Signed, to Henry Mogford, discussing the sale or exhibition of Ward’s pictures, insurance, dispatch, orders, etc

by WARD, George Raphael

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31 Fitzroy Square, March to August 1857. 10 pp., some very light foxing, generally in good condition, all tipped on to one old album page. George Raphael Ward (1799–1878), painter and engraver. Henry Mogford, exhibition organiser, was closely associated with the Crystal Palace. “We proposed paying a visit on Saturday next to the Crystal Palace as it is a long time since I paid a visit to that enchanting place...”
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Signature, “sincerely yours, W.W.Astor”, taken from an autograph correspondence card

by ASTOR, William Waldorf

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Undated. 1 x 3 inches, in good condition. William Waldorf Astor, 1st Viscount Astor (1848 – 1919), philanthropist and newspaper proprietor.
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Signature cut from the end of a letter: ‘Believe me yours very faithfully James Crichton Browne’

by CRICHTON-BROWNE, Sir James

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Undated. 4 x 4½ inches, laid down. Sir James Crichton-Browne (1840-1938), doctor and psychologist, lunatic asylum superintendent, a pioneer of the early treatment of mental breakdown.
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Signature as King, ‘Georg R’, cut from the end of a letter (to his uncle). Annotated on album page: The King of Hanover’s Signature given to me by H.R.H. Duchess of Gloster, Sept. 1852.”

by GEORGE V, King of Hanover

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Undated. 2½ x 5 inches, mounted at corners. George V, King of Hanover (1819-78), the only son of Ernest Augustus, King of Hanover and Duke of Cumberland, and a grandson of King George III of England. By 1833 he was totally blind, but acceeded to the throne in 1851.
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Stanza of four lines, in the Guarani language, signed ‘Gregorio Benites’

by PARAGUAY. Gergorio Benites

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Undated. 6 x 8 inches, in fine condition. Part album page from an album compiled by Leone Levi (1821–1888), political economist. Gregorio Benites (1834-1910), Paraguayan diplomat and author.
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A series of 8 Typed Letters Signed ‘Northcliffe’, all addressed to Harold Wheeler, thanking him for books and suggestions, including Wheeler’s book on the French Revolution

by HARMSWORTH, Alfred Charles William, 1st Viscount Northcliffe

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The Times (4), The Daily Mail (3), British War Mission New York (1), 1906-1917. 8 letters, 1 envelope, in good condition. Alfred Charles William Harmsworth, 1st Viscount Northcliffe (1865-1922), journalist and newspaper magnate. Most of these letters are brief acknowledgements, but two refer to plans for a biography of Northcliffe himself. “There are already four ‘lives’ of me in preparation, and in one case I have given some assistance, but I do not think there will be a demand for any of them.”
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A series of 13 Autograph Letters Signed, an 1 Autograph Postcard Signed, all to J.Grant Reid in Aberdeen, sending sketches, discussing commissions and publications, a sketch for a children’s annual, the fate of acquaintances, payment, menu cards, etc

by CHASEMORE, Archibald

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Gipsy Lane, Barnes, 1898-1899. 21 pp. 7 x 4½ inches, in good condition. William Harry Archibald Chasemore, (b.1844), cartoonist. He was the pre-eminent cartoonist on Judy through its long run and his distinctive work appeared in boys’ story papers and comic papers until just past the turn of the century. Much of his earliest work consisted of cartoons for puzzle pages done in partnership with Charles Henry Ross. He contributed to Judy, Fun, Punch, Ally Sloper’s Half-Holiday, Beeton’s Boy’s Own Magazine, John Dicks Boy’s Herald, The Boy’s Own Paper, Illustrated Sporting & Dramatic News, Ladies Pictorial, Bow Bells, Every Week, Million, Dalziel’s Pictorial World, Queen, St. Stephen’s Review and the Sketch. Chasemore figures in the 1898 book At the Sign of the Brush and Pen by J. G. Reid.
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Ranchi, Bushey, Hertfordshire, one dated 15 November 1913. About 10 pp., a few surface blemishes (obscuring one word), generally good. George Owen Wynne Apperley (1884 Ventnor - 1960 Tangier) was educated at Eagle House, Sandhurst and at Uppingham School prior to studying art at Herkomer Academy, Bushey, Herts. He first exhibited at the Royal Academy in London, 1905 and then mounted his first individual exhibition in London, 1906. He was elected as a member of the Royal Institute of Watercolour Artists in 1913.
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A series of seven Autograph Letters Signed, to Henry Mogford, the exhibition organiser, about arranging an exhibition in Norwich, discussing the likely expenses, local support, the formation of a Committee, and much else

by NURSEY, Claude Lorraine

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Norwich, 1855. 7 letters, 21 pp., in good condition, neatly tipped together on to an old album page. Claude Lorraine Nursey (1820-1973), landscape painter. In 1849 he joined the Belfast School of Design and continued there until about 1855 when he removed to the school at Norwich. While in Belfast he was eminently successful by his zeal and power of organization in the management of the school and in interesting the manufacturers of the city in the subject of industrial art. He finally settled in his native county and was for some time Secretary of the Norwich Fine Arts Association.
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A series of 5 lengthy original Autograph Letters Signed, mostly with initials, to Dr. Lebert, Professor of Medicine at Zurich, discussing professional and family matters, publications, acquaintances, etc

by HIMLY, Auguste

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Paris, 1853-55. 20 pp. 8 x 5 inches, fine, with original envelopes. Auguste Louis Himly (1823 -1906), French historian and geographer. In 1876 he published, in two volumes, his remarkable Histoire de la formation territoriale des États de l'Europe centrale, in which he showed the reciprocal influence exerted by geography and history.
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A series of four Autograph Letters Signed, suggesting several names as lecturers, such as Sir Alfred Lyall, but prepared to keep his own promise to deliver a lecture if required

by TAYLOR, Isaac

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York, July to September 1888. 4 letters, 5 pp., 7 x 4 inches, in good condition, light toning. Canon Isaac Taylor (1829-1901), philologist, “the Darwin of philology”, author of The Alphabet (2 vols., 1883) and Etruscan Researches (1874).
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A series of 10 Autograph Postcards Signed, to Jean-Robert Delahaut, Redacteur en chef de ‘Terre d’Europe’ in Brussels, exchanging greetings for the New Year, mentioning artists and their work, etc

by SEGONZAC, André Dunoyer de

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Paris, Saint Tropez, Versailles, etc., 1964-1974. In French. Written on 13 picture postcards (of works of art) and 1 correspondence card, with original envelopes. André Dunoyer de Segonzac (1884-1974), French artist.
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A series of 28 various issues (see below) of the Lettre-Journal de Paris, without the blank pages for correspondence

by FRANCE. Lettre-Journal de Paris, or Gazette des Absents, 1870-1871

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D.Jouast, Paris, 26 October 1870 to 19 January 1871. 28 issues, 2 pp. each, without the address pages often used for the balloon post. This set was preserved among the papers of Augustin Filon, tutor to the Prince Imperial. Lettre-Journal de Paris, also known as the Gazette des Absents, was one of the newspaper-letters created during the siege of Paris, during the Franco-Prussian War of 1870-1871. Published and written by the printer and publisher Damase Jouaust, it appeared between two and three times a week from October 22, 1870 to February 22, 1871, and a complete set has 40 issues. The letter comprised a double sheet, the first two printed pages relating the events of Paris, the last two, white, used for private correspondence. This set (without the correspondence blank pages) comprises issues: 2, 3, 4 (with supplement), 5, 7 (2, with 1 supplement), 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 17, 18 (2), 19, 20 (2), 21, 24, 25 (2), 26, 27 (2), 28, 29.
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A series of five entertaining Autograph Letters Signed (two with initials), all addressed ‘My dear Boyer’, commenting on published articles, together with a self-portrait caricature

by ASHBY-STERRY, Joseph

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Saint Martins Chambers, Trafalgar Square, 1886-1894. 6 pp. various sizes, ink caricature 5 x 2¾ inches. Joseph Ashby-Sterry (d.1917), poet, illustrator for Punch, art critic for the Daily Graphic, etc., author of Boudoir Ballads and the Cucumber Chronicles.
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Trinity College Cambridge, 1811-1815. Six letters 9 x 7 inches, in good condition, with the integral address leaves (postal markings). Thomas Robinson (1790-1873), Master of the Temple, and Arabic scholar, was educated at Rugby and at Trinity, Cambridge, where he graduated in 1813 as thirteenth wrangler and second classical medallist. He went out to India as a missionary priest, and there he began the translation of the Old Testament into Persian. He was chaplain to Reginald Heber, and was present at Trichinopoly on 2 April 1826 when Heber was drowned. In 1837 Robinson was appointed lord almoner’s professor of Arabic in the University of Cambridge.
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A series of 5 Autograph Letters Signed, to Henry Mogford, exhibition organiser at the Crystal Palace, submitting his pictures, asking for Season Tickets, etc

by LEVIN, Phoebus

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24 Old Bond Street & 49 Pembridge Villas, 1856-1857. 5 letters, 6 pp. 7 x 4 inches, in good condition, mounted together on one album page. Phoebus Levin (1836-1908), a German painter working in London 1855-78 who is known for his 1864 painting of The Dancing Platform at Cremorne Gardens and other depictions of Cremorne Gardens and Covent Garden. “The picture which I exhibit is Sir Harry Smith with Col Waugh before Aliwal.”
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A series of religious aphorisms, taken from “an Eastern Poet, in the Tamal language” in English and native script, with a discussion about the doctrine of the migration of souls, inscribed for Miss Thurston and signed ‘A.Head’

by WESLEYAN MISSIONARY SOCIETY. Abraham Stead,

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London, 16 August 1828. 2 pp. 10 x 7½ inches, in good condition. Abraham Stead, Missionary to South India, Jaffna and Point Pedro, in the 1820s.
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