[ Grenville Murray, journalist and diplomat. ] Autograph Letter Signed ('E C Grenville : Murray'), a letter of introduction to his solicitors, who are to arrange the valuation of the property of 'the late Count Duke of Aragon'.

Grenville Murray [ Eustace Clare Grenville Murray ] (1824–1881), journalist and diplomat, illegitimate son of Richard Grenville, 2nd Duke of Buckingham and Chandos (1797-1861)
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B.2. Albany, Piccadilly [ London ]. 29 December 1868

1p., 12mo. In fair condition, aged and worn. Reads: 'My dear Sir | Allow me to introduce to you Messrs.

[ Grubbe family pedigree with facsimile signature of author J. Eustace Grubbe. ] Printed 'Pedigree of Grubbe, of Southwold, Suffolk, formerly of Horsendon, Buckinghamshire.'

J. Eustace Grubbe [ John Eustace Grubbe ] (1816-1899), Mayor of Southwold, Suffolk
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Without place [Southwold?]. 1891 or later.

Crisply printed on one side of piece of 39.5 x 58 cm laid paper, with the family crest pritned beneath the title, and facsimile signature of 'J. Eustace Grubbe' in the bottom right-hand corner. In very good condition, on lightly aged and creased paper. Extending to five generations, begining with John Grubb (1751-1812) of Horsendon House, Bucks, and his wife Mary. Entries contain biographical information, with the author's own entry reading: 'John Eustace Grubbe, M.A., Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple, J.P.

[Printed pamphlet.] Pioneer Days in South Africa. An absorbing record of the Zulu War and the Diamond Fields, and of expeditions and incidents now written in the history of the 19th Century. [Front cover: The Fannin Papers.]

Natalie Fannin [Foreword by R. Kingston Russell] [John Eustace Fannin; South Africa: the Diamond Fields and the Zulu War]
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Durban, Natal: Robinson & Co. Ltd. 1932.

[1] + 53pp., 4to. Three full-page illustrations. Stapled pamphlet. In fair condition, lightly aged and worn, with slight rust to staples. Title on cover reads: 'The Fannin Papers. A Pioneer's Story of the Diamond Fields and the Zulu War. A stirring tale of Zulu War days on the Natal Border. Hardships of fortune hunting in the early years of the Diamond Fields.' R.

Autograph Letter Signed ('Eustace G Cecil') to 'Mr. Chittenden'.

Lord Eustace Cecil [Lord Eustace Brownlow Henry Gascoyne-Cecil] (1834-1921), British Conservative politician
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10 October [no year]; on letterhead of Knowsley, Prescot.

12mo, 3 pp. Good, on lightly-aged and creased paper. Recomending shares in three companies of which he is chairman, before discussing personal matters. 'Evelyn is prospering as much as an expectant & comparatively briefless barrister can [...] Arthur Balfour is doing very well - & is holding his own - & more than his own - spite of misrepresentation - downright falsehood - & the tricks which politicians in these days seem so proud'. Laments the 'standard of morality', and apologises for the 'long sermon'.

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