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Manor House, Finedon near Wellingborough, 1825 and earlier. Letters 4 pp., various sizes, 2 address panels (armorial seals in black wax). 2 lithographed broadsides. Sir John English Dolben, 4th Baronet (c. 1750–1837). The family seat was at Finedon, Northamptonshire. “... the annual Visitation Day of the noble Oxonian Library founded by the magnificently censorded Sir Thomas Bodley, whose Evergreen Memory I drank over my Tea, and whose Biographical Encomium Bishop Bagot, then Dean of Ch: Ch: named Me to compose & deliver in the usual Place before the V.C. & Proctors &c in 1779, (which I avoided by being locked up in my Late Wife’s Arms on the 26th of October). I am in good general Health & Spirits, non-ostante Poverta.”
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Three Autograph Letters Signed, to Mr and Miss Barr Adams, about a published article and their meetings. Together with a later signed recital programme (Pier Pavilion, Worthing)

by POUISHNOFF, Leff Nicolas

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London. 3 pp. 6 x 5½ inches, in good condition. Leff Nicolas Pouishnoff (1891 – 1959), Ukrainian-born pianist and composer, who made his home in the United Kingdom and whose career was largely in the West, from the 1920s onwards. He was especially associated with performances of the works of Frédéric Chopin.
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Three Autograph Letters Signed by Hastings Robinson (one probably written on his behalf), to George Harris at Rugby School, about the half yearly payments of Twenty Pounds for his Exhibition

by ROBINSON, Hastings, and St. John’s College, Cambridge

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St. John’s College Cambridge, 1812 & 1817. Three letters 9 x 7 inches, minor blemishes only, integral address leaves (postal markings), one with the red wax seal reading De Loin Comme De Pres. Hastings Robinson (1792-1866), earnest evangelical churchman and scholar, author of works of church history.
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Three Autograph Letters Signed, to Moy Thomas, on matters of theatrical history, mentioning two works of his own, “an operetta and a comedy” to be produced at the Crystal Palace

by EDWARDS, Henry Sutherland

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12 Upper Berkeley Street, March & July 1886; October 1887. 3 pp. 7 x 4½ inches, toned. Henry Sutherland Edwards (1828-1906), journalist and author. He was correspondent of The Times at the coronation of Alexander II of Russia, in the camp of the insurgents at Warsaw (1862–63), and at German army headquarters during the Franco-Prussian War.
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Three Autograph Letters, one in the third person, to Mr. Squire, one with mention of “an etching of the Coronation”

by RYALL, Henry Thomas

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1 Robert Street, Adelphi, 1841-1843. 3 pp. 7 x 4 inches, in good condition. Henry Thomas Ryall (1811-1867), engraver and painter.
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Three lengthy Begging Letters Signed ‘James Lumsden’, sending his recent book to two clergymen and one other, and soliciting donations, repeating the sad tale of the circumstances leading to Lumsden being “totally ruined”

by LUMSDEN, James

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1891, 1894, 1897. 3 pp. 10 x 8 inches. James Lumsden (1839 – 1909), pseud. Samuel Mucklebackit, was the ‘author’ of several books of poetry and short tales written in a Scots’ idiom in the second half of the nineteenth century. Samuel Mucklebackit was heavily influenced by Robert Burns and Robert Fergusson, and when on form was able to inject humour and telling observation into his poems. His poetic subjects were the events, people and places of East Lothian with diversions into the wider world.
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Parliament Street, 1823-24. 3 letters, 8 pp., with a 2 page manuscript entitled “Outline of a complete collection of Records, relating to the history of the Constitution”. Sir Francis Palgrave, born Francis Ephraim Cohen (1788-1861), historian. He is best known for his work with what is now the The National Archives, and his numerous publications. In 1822, he had suggested publishing the national records which suggestion was approved, and from 1827 to 1837, he edited a series of volumes. These historical documents focused on medieval history. His works include A History of England (1831), The Rise and Progress of the English Commonwealth (1832), An Essay on the Original Authority of the King's Council (1834), Truths and Fictions of the Middle Ages: the Merchant and the Friar (1837) and The History of Normandy and England (1851-64, four volumes). The last two volumes of this work were published after his death. Palgrave is also considered the founder of the Public Record Office. Charles… Read more
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8 Victoria Road & 4 Campden Hill Road, Kensington, 1882. 3 letters, 9 pp. in good condition. Eliza Bridell Fox (1824-1903), painter, who began instruction in drawing with the purpose of educating women to the point that they would qualify for admittance to the Royal Academy schools.
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Strasbourg, 31 July 1704. In French. 2 pp. 12½ x 8 inches, folded while travelling, worn at folds, old repairs. Printed heading. Félix Le Pelletier de la Houssaye (1663-1723), French statesman who became Controller-General of Finances. From a family with a long history of service to the French King, Le Pelletier de la Houssaye held several posts, including Intendant (representative of the royal power in the provinces), a post he held in Soissons (1694), at Montauban in Rouergue (1698 - 1700) and at Strasbourg in Alsace (1700 - 1715).
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Treasury Order for payments to Francis Earl of Hertford, “One of the Gentlemen of his Majesty’s Bedchamber”, signed by Thomas Townshend, J.Cavendish and William Dowdeswell, Lords of the Treasury

by TOWNSHEND, Thomas, 1st Viscount Sydney, and others

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10 December 1765. 1 page 13½ x 9 inches, cancelled as was customary with these Exchequer documents, integral blank leaf, a few minor marginal tears only, horizontal folds, margins browned. Thomas Townshend, 1st Viscount Sydney (1733-1800) was brought him back into office by Rockingham as a Lord of the Treasury on 12 July 1765. He became secretary of state for the home office in July 1782, after a few months as secretary at war under Rockingham. In those days the home department included responsibility for the colonies. He is famous for his support of the plans for a convict settlement in New South Wales. On 26 January 1788 Arthur Philip named Sydney in New South Wales in his honour.
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Treaty of Commerce and Navigation between Great Britain and Japan, signed at London, April 3, 1911, together with a prefatory note and appendices

by JAPAN

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London, April 1911. Original, not a reprint. Printed Parliamentary Report. 13 pp. folio, stitched as issued. Fine.
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1 Staple Inn, 10 & 11 November 1899. 2 letters, 4 pp. 7 x 4 inches, minor blemishes only. Henry Festing Jones (1851-1928), friend of Samuel Butler, and editor of his works.
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Two Autograph Letters Signed, agreeing to lecture at the Art Students League and suggesting some lecture titles

by VAN DYKE, John C

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Rutgers College, New Brunswick, 9 June & 10 July 1893. 2 letters 8 x 5 inches, minor blemishes only. John Charles Van Dyke (1856-1932), art critic and librarian.
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Paris & Les Pepinieres de Meaux, 24 April & 13 June 1855. In French. 3 pp. 8 x 5 inches, tears at centre fold, minor blemishes. With some old catalogue notes providing the historical background to these letters. Jules Barthélemy-Saint-Hilaire (1805 – 1895), French philosopher, journalist, statesman. In 1855 he went as member of the international commission to Egypt to report on the possibility of the proposed Suez canal, and by the articles which he wrote he contributed largely to making the project popular in France. On an integral leaf is an Autograph Letter Signed “Mutter” (Sarah Austin) to “Dear Child” about St. Hilaire’s visit to London.
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Two Autograph Letters Signed, addressed ‘Cher Bibliophile’, discussing books, the cost of publishing new editions, author’s remuneration, and other literary matters, mentioning his edition of ‘Voyages de Piron à Beaune’

by BONHOMME, Honoré

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Fontainbleau, 2 & 19 June 1880. In French. 2 letters, 3 pp., 8 x 5 inches, in good condition. Honoré Bonhomme, editor and author.
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Two Autograph Letters Signed, to Sir John Phillipart, discussing Litchfield’s manuscripts submitted to Messrs. Colburn for publication

by LITCHFIELD, Thomas

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Yew Cottage, Twickenham, 23 March 1831 and undated. Two letters, each one page, light water stains. Thomas Litchfield, Surgeon.
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Two Autograph Letters Signed, both to Plny Miles about his letter to Colonel Jacob Hall, and about articles submitted. Together with Plny Miles’s retained copy of a letter to Dana

by DANA, Charles Anderson

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New York, 13 August 1856 and 6 March 1857. Dana letters 5 pp. 3 items, in good clean condition. Charles Anderson Dana (1819 –1897), American journalist, author, and senior government official.
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Two Autograph Letters Signed, to Mr. Paton, accepting an invitation, and discussing a manuscript submitted for publication

by MORLEY, John

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London, 1883-1884. 2 letters, 2 pp. 7 x 4½ inches, in good condition. John Morley (1838-1923), statesman and man of letters. “Is ‘Bimini’ the piece about which you wrote to me? If so will you kindly send me the name and address of the young lady, and at the same time reproach her for her perversity in not putting the same on the MS. What trouble do people give to us editors by this vexatious trick!”
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1854 and undated. 3 letters, various sizes, two tipped on to album leaves, generally in good condition. Leitch Ritchie (1800–1865), Scottish novelist and journalist. Ritchie wrote four novels, of which the most successful was Wearyfoot Common. The others were Schinderhannes, The Robber of the Rhine and The Magician. In his later years he edited Chambers' Journal. He also wrote short stories, tourist guides and travel books.
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6 and 8 March, 1866. 2 letters, 4½ pages, 7 x 4½ inches, with the address panels of the envelopes, franked and postmarked. Frances Power Cobbe (1822-1904), Irish writer and campaigner for women's rights.
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