[ Sir Richard Hoare, banker. ] Autograph Signature ('Richard Hoare') on part of Exchequer Receipt, as assignee of 'Seth Connell'.

Sir Richard Hoare (1648-1719), founder in 1672 of the oldest bank in the United Kingdom [ Hoare's Bank; C. Hoare & Co. ]
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[ Receipt of His Majesty's Exchequer, London. ] 30 April 1716.

On 17 x 11.5 cm. piece of paper, cut from an Exchequer receipt book. Firm signature, with thin vertical cancellation line traversing it, in good condition at foot of aged and damaged page. Laid out in the customary fashion, with printed text completed in manuscript. Recording payment of £10 11s 9d on an annuity.

Autograph Signature ('P. Hoare') on fragment of letter.

Prince Hoare (1755-1834), English Painter and dramatist; son of William Hoare
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Place and date not stated.

On a piece of wove paper roughly 4.5 x 9 cm. Good, clear signature on lightly aged paper. Reads 'my dear Sir, | Yrs always truly | [signed] P. Hoare'. Reverse reads '<...> am at a loss how to answe<...> | <...>ing the progress of the Anna<...> | <...>- opportunity of asking "Ho<...> | <...>t of the Elgin Marbels, whic<...>'.

Autograph Letter Signed to 'H Hoare Esq'.

William Scott
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Hoxton | Monday Even[in]g.'

English high-churchman and writer (1813-72), co-editor of the 'Christian Remembrancer' and one of the founders of the 'Saturday Review'. Three pages, 12mo. Grubby, and with two small closed tears at head of first leaf of bifoliate, and one small closed tear at head of second leaf; remains of grey-paper mount on verso of second leaf. There was a meeting of 'several clergy of this archdeaconry' at his house that morning: 'There were I think ten or twelve present. We agreed to nominate Messrs. Bageley & Toogood on Wednesday'.

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