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[ William Sewell, Principal of the Veterinary College, London. ] Signed Certificate ('Wm Sewell'), as 'Assist[an]t Professor', that Dennis Christmas has 'attended One Course of my Lectures on Veterinary Surgery'.

Author: 
William Sewell (1781-1853), physician, Principal of the London Veterinary College [now the Royal Veterinary College ]
Publication details: 
Veterinary College, London. 5 March 1828.
£65.00

Elegantly engraved certificate, on one side of a piece of 28 x 37 cm paper. In fair condition, on lightly aged and creased paper. Reads, with manuscript additions in square brackets: 'Veterinary College | This is to Certify that Mr. [Dennis Christmas] has attended [One] Course of my Lectures on Veterinary Surgery. | [Wm Sewell | March 5th. 1828] Assistt Professor'. The Veterinary College (now the Royal Veterinary College) is the oldest and largest Veterinary school in the United Kingdom. It was founded in 1791 and joined the University of London in 1949.

[ Veterinary College, London. ] Engraved certificate of Fellowship for Dennis Christmas, signed by William Sewell, President, and W. J. Morton, Secretary, with illustration of 'Edwd. Coleman Esqr. Professor',

Author: 
William Sewell (1781-1853), physician, Principal of the London Veterinary College [now the Royal Veterinary College ] [ Edward Coleman (1766-1839) ]
Publication details: 
Veterinary College, London. 14 February 1828.
£200.00

Elegantly engraved certificate, on one side of a piece of 38 x 27.5 cm paper. In good condition, on lightly aged and creased paper, with slight damage to lower right-hand corner. Taking up almost half of the certificate is an engraved portrait of Coleman, within a circle of text with calligraphic flourishes: 'Edwd. Coleman Esqr. Professor | Veterinary College London.' Beneath the illustration is text reading (with manuscript additions in square brackets): 'We Hereby certify That Mr. [D.

[ Sir Denis Dutry, Huguenot merchant and East India Company Director. ] Autograph Signature ('Denis Dutry') on Exchequer receipt, as assignee of Sir John Lethieuller.

Author: 
Sir Denis Dutry [ Sir Dennis Dutry ], London Huguenot merchant, Director of the Honourable East India Company [ Sir John Lethieuller (1632/3-1719) ]
Publication details: 
[ His Majesty's Receipt of Exchequer, London. ] 22 November 1720.
£150.00

1p., 8vo. On aged and worn paper. Laid out in the customary fashion, with printed text completed in manuscript. Records a payment of £56 on an annuity by 'Sr. Denis Dutry assigne per Margent of Sr. John Lethieuller', with a reference to Lethieuller's annuity in the margin. Witnessed at foot by 'John '. Lethieuller has an entry in the Oxford DNB.?>

[ The Argyle Theatre, Birkenhead, Victorian music hall. ] Typed Letter Signed ('Tom') from licensee and manager T. D. Clarke to theatre historian W. Macqueen-Pope, discussing productions for children.

Author: 
T. D. Clarke [ Tom Clarke ], Licensee and Manager, The Argyle Theatre, Birkenhead [ the Wirral; Merseyside; music hall; W. Macqueen-Pope [ Walter James Macqueen-Pope ] (1888-1960), theatre historian ]
Publication details: 
On illustrated letterhead of the Argyle Theatre, Birkenhead. 28 July 1945.
£45.00

The Clarke family ran the Argyle for fifty years from 1890 to 1940, during which period it was one of the best-known provincial theatres. It opened as the Argyle Music Hall in 1868, and between 1876 and 1890 was named the Prince Of Wales Theatre, being used mainly to stage plays. In 1890 the focus returned to music hall and variety and it was renamed the Argyle Theatre. Its archives are in the University of Sheffield. 2pp., 12mo. In fair condition, on lightly-aged paper, somehwhat grubby and creased at foot of leaf.

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