ALLANSON

Discourses delivered at South Place Chapel. [Ten separately printed and paginated tracts, each with its own title-page, including 'Intellectual Suicide', 'The Criminal's Ascension' and 'The Modern Analogue of the Ancient Prophet'.]

Author: 
Moncure D. Conway; J. Allanson Picton; W. C. Coupland; T. W. Freckelton; Rev. Philip H. Wicksteed [South Place Ethical Society]
Publication details: 
Undated title to collection 'Published at the Chapel, South Place, Finsbury, London, E.C.' [Waterlow and Sons, Printers, Great Winchester Street, E.C.; Waterlow and Sons Limited, Printers, London Wall, London.] [1875, 1876, 1877, 1878, 1879.]
£250.00

12mo. In original brown-cloth binding, with 'South Place Discourses' blind-stamped on spine. Internally tight, on aged and spotted paper. In worn, discoloured binding. Preceded by title and contents leaves to the collection. Waterlow and Sons are named as printers in six items: Item One at their premises in Great Winchester Street; Items Three, Four, Five, Six and Seven at London Wall. The first six items are by Conway. ONE: 'Intellectual Suicide', 16 pp. TWO: 'The First Love Again. A Discourse Delivered in the Church of the Redeemer, Cincinnati, Ohio, Nov.

Six documents including Signed Articles of Agreement for Johnson ('of the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew') to perform Government 'service as Gardener in India'; with two testimonials and letters from Mary, Countess of Minto, and Cecil Allanson.

Author: 
John Thomas Johnson, Assistant Curator of the Botanical Gardens, Calcutta, India [Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew; Mary, Countess of Minto]
Publication details: 
1904-1935.
£250.00

The collection in good condition, with all but one of the six items carrying ring-binder punch holes. Item One, Articles of Agreement: Foolscap bifolium, 3 pp. Dated 16 September 1904. Printed seventeen-point agreement in the form of a manuscript facsimile. Signed by Johnson, Sir John Edge and Sir Stewart Colvin Bayley, and witnessed by 'W. Watson | R[oyal]. G[ardens] Kew' and 'Frank R. Marten | India Office'. Items Two and Three both with mourning border on letterhead of Minto House, Hawick. Item Two, Mary Countess of Minto ('M Minto') to Johnson. 4to: 1 p. 14 September 1914.

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