[ Lord Glasgow. ] Autograph Note Signed ('Glasgow'), to the Hon. Sec. of the Naval and Military Relief Exhibition, Edinburgh, sending his best wishes but declining to take part in its fund.

George Frederick Boyle, 6th Earl of Glasgow [ Lord Glasgow ] (1825-1890), Scottish peer and Member of Parliament
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21 Chapel Street, Belgrave Square, London S.W. 20 April 1889.

1p., 12mo. In good condition, lightly aged. 'While wishing all good success to the proposed Naval & Military Relief Exhibition', he is sorry that he does not feel able to 'take part in the <?> fund'.

[ George Frederick Boyle, 6th Earl of Glasgow. ] Autograph Letter Signed ('Glasgow') to Rev. Robert Hugh Hutchison, congratulating him on the birth of a daughter. With envelope carrying the Earl's seal in black wax.

George Frederick Boyle, 6th Earl of Glasgow (1825-1890), Scottish Episcopalian peer, founder of Cumbrae Theological College [ Rev. R. H. Hutchison of Exeter College, Oxford, and Winchester College ]
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11 Hereford Gardens, London W. 14 April 1877.

1p., 12mo. On bifolium with mourning border. In good condition, lightly-aged. In envelope with Penny Red stamp and postmark, addressed to 'The Revd | Robert Hutchison | The Parsonage | Studley | near Oxford'. The envelope, carrying the Earl's seal in black wax, has a mourning border, with '11 Hereford Gardens' printed on the back. He is writing 'a few lines very sincerely' to congratulate Hutchison on the birth of his daughter. He is sorry that the 'otherwise happy event should be tempered by the recollection of so recent & so sad a bereavement'.

[David Boyle, Earl of Glasgow, Governor of New Zealand, and Sir John McKenzie, Minister of Lands.] Document signed by 'Glasgow', appointing Frederick Pirani to the Wellington Land Board; filled in and signed by witness 'John Mc.Kenzie'.

David Boyle (1833-1915), 7th Earl of Glasgow, Governor of New Zealand, 1892-1897; Sir John McKenzie (1839-1901), Minister of Lands and Agriculture [Frederick Pirani]
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[Wellington, New Zealand.] 17 January 1895.

1p., foolscap 8vo. In fair condition, on aged paper, with minor repair to reverse. A printed document, completed in McKenzie's autograph and signed by him, with the signature of 'Glasgow' at the head. Note: Frederick Pirani was appointed acting professor of mathematics at Melbourne University in 1874, and in 1893, he was elected to the New Zealand parliament."

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