[Rosalie Thompson, trance medium.] Autograph Letter Signed to 'Mr. Westlake', regarding a paper about her by F. H. W. Myers, President of the Society of Psychical Research. With card of admittance to the Society's General Meeting, 1900.

'Rosalie Thompson' [alias of Rosina Thompson (b.1868), also 'Mrs. Edmond Thompson of Hamstead'], trance medium [Frederic William Henry Myers (1843-1901), founder of the Society for Psychical Research]
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On letterhead of 87 South Hill Park, Hampstead, N.W. 17 July [no year].

Pinned to the second leaf is a printed card of admittance to a 'General Meeting' of the Society for Psychical Research, Council Chamber, Westminster Town Hall, 16 July 1900, at which 'The following Paper will be read: - | “On Trance-Utterance and other Phenomena observed with Mrs. Thompson.” | By the President.' The letter is 3pp., 16mo. Bifolium. Both letter and card in good condition, lightly aged. The subject of the letter is clearly the speech mentioned on the card, given by Myers.

Autograph Note Signed "RBL" to [Frederick or his son, William?] Shoberl

Rosina Bulwer-Lytton, novelist
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No place or date.

One page, 12mo, chipped, discoloured andf oxed but text clear and complete, if eccentrically presented: "My Dear Sir | Not at all the same idea - Roses and Thorns are very Namby Pamby and I meant keep the Tares and the wheat. [Space with "To Lady Lytton" written in large and different hand - recycling?] and will answer for its being a better because a higher - and more sensible title | In Great Haste | Yours very Truly | RBL". She has written the address on the reverse ("Mr | Shoberl Esq | 20 Great Marlboro'".

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