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[ Pamphlet ] The Foreign Export Bounties. Deputation to Mr. Gladstone. Letter in Reply to his Questions

Author: 
[Signatories] John Monteith, L. Gillman, Samuel Peters, Thomas M. Kelly, "of the Workmen's National Executive Committee for the Abolition of the Foreign Sugar Bounties
Publication details: 
Reprinted from the "Sugar Cane" June, 1881 Manchester?]
£35.00

11 pages, 8vo, not bound, first and last leaves detached, first and last pages grubby, with the stamp on first page of "The National Anti-Bounty League, etc", "Dup" in ink right top. COPAC records only one copy (LSE) suggesting Manchester printing.

Diary of a business trip in Southern Africa

Author: 
[MANUSCRIPT DIARY; GERMAN WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT; DEINHARD] Peter Hasslacher, wine merchant's agent.
Publication details: 
1954.
£450.00

Diary advertising Julius Wile Sons & Co., Inc., 2 Park Avenue, N.Y. "Importers Since 1877", soft artificial leather covers tan-coloured, rubbed, name "Peter Hasslacher" in gilt on front, hinge strain, contents otherwise good, complete, one day to each page. Initially there is printed information about the agencies for imports of wines, spirits and liqueurs of Julius Wile, a Wile family tree, a history of the comp[any, biographical details of "Active Members" of the Wile and Blum families.

[J. Pownall, A. Munro, R. Frewin and Thomas Boone of the Custom House.] Contemporary manuscript copy of letter regarding the 'Incompetency, either from Ignorance or Inexperience of some of the Collectors and Comptrollers in the Out Ports'.

Author: 
J. Pownall, A. Munro, R. Frewin and Thomas Boone of the Custom House, City of London
Publication details: 
Headed 'No: 337 Custom Ho: London | 29th: December 1787'.
£180.00

Neatly written out in a contemporary hand on the verso of a foolscap 8vo leaf of laid paper, with 'T TAYLOR' watermark, torn from the letter book of a financial institution. In very good condition, lightly-aged. The names of the four signatories to the original document are given at the foot. The recto of the leaf carries the transcription, in the same hand, of a letter by 'W: Stiles | Secry', with a list of twelve 'Writs dated 6th: Decr: 1787'.

Diary of a business trip in Southern Africa

Author: 
[MANUSCRIPT DIARY; GERMAN WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT; DEINHARD] Peter Hasslacher, wine merchant's agent.
Publication details: 
1954.
£450.00

Diary advertising Julius Wile Sons & Co., Inc., 2 Park Avenue, N.Y. "Importers Since 1877", soft artificial leather covers, rubbed, name "Peter Hasslacher" in gilt on front, hinge strain, contents otherwise good, complete, one day to each page. Initially there is printed information about the agencies for imports of wines, spirits and liqueurs of Julius Wile, a Wile family tree, a history of the comp[any, biographical details of "Active Members" of the Wile and Blum families.

[Pamphlet] On the Scarcity of Home Grown Fruits in Great Britain with Remedial Suggestions. In a Letter to Joseph Mayer

Author: 
Charles Roach Smith
On the Scarcity of Home Grown Fruits in Great Britain
Publication details: 
Liverpool: T. Brakell, Printer, Cook Street, 1863
£85.00
On the Scarcity of Home Grown Fruits in Great Britain

14pp, 8vo, wraps, trace signs of having been bound in another volume, some marking (mainly back wrap, mainly good.

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