[ Baron Dinorben ] Autograph Letter Signed "Dinorben" to the Mayor of Denbigh about a visit by H.R.H. The Duke of Sussex

(Baron) Dinorben [William Lewis Hughes, 1st Baron Dinorben] (1767–1852), copper mine owner, philanthropist and Whig politician.
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Kinmel Park, 17 Sept. 1836

One page, cr.8vo, bifolium, edges dusted, small closed tears, second leaf black-bordered, mainly good condition. "Mr Mayor, | I am deserv'd by H.R.H.The Duke of Sussex to express His thanks to youy & to the Members of the Town Council of the borough of Denbighg for the attention accorded to him & to say that H.R.H. will receive the Address on Thursday next ye 22d at Four in the Evening - | On ,my own part I request that you & the Gentlemen who may accompnay you will do me the honour to dine with me on that day [subscription and signature, followed by Postscript] P.S.

[ The Earl of Denbigh on the First World War. ] Printed pamphlet titled 'Why Germany Made War'; with printed handbill of 'Points to Remember' ('What Germany Wants'), carrying full-page coloured map.

Col. The Earl of Denbigh, C.V.O., A.D.C. [ Rudolph Robert Basil Aloysius Augustine Feilding, 9th Earl of Denbigh, 8th Earl of Desmond (1859-1939) ]
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PAMPHLET: No. 2 in 'German Aims Series.' Distributed by W. H. Smith & Son, London: John Menzies & Co., Ltd, Edinburgh. Printed by Darling & Son, Ltd., London. HANDBILL: printed by R. Clay and Sons, Ltd, London and Suffolk; undated.

Both items in good condition, on lightly aged paper. PAMPHLET: 23pp., thin 12mo (15 x 7.5 cm.). Stapled; in blue printed wraps, with two 15 x 16.5 cm. fold-outs carrying four maps.

Signatures of c. 30 performers at the Royal National Eisteddfod. 1939 Denbigh

[The Royal National Eisteddfod. 1939 Denbigh]
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[Denbigh, 1939].

Two leaves extracted from an album, each 20 x 16cm, with approximately 30 signatures (a few with additional words like "Sincerely") of performers at the Denbigh Eisteddfod. More readable signatures include the soprano Isobel Baillie, Oswald Rees Owen, Haydn Morris, Morris T. Williams (the nationalist printer presumably), Nesta Harris, Joseph Carl, Gomer Jones, Josephine Jones, T. Hopkins Evans, John Parr (bassoonist), Ivor Hughes, John Fullard (tenor, perfoming with the Tredegar Orpheus Choir as Baillie above), Reginald Goss-Custard (organist and composer), Francis Russell, Ivor Hughes.

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