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William Burton Stewart's privately-printed notes on his wife's family history, titled 'The Westmacotts', featuring Sir Richard Westmacott, Oliver Cromwell, Bernard Blackmantle, Dame Juliana Berners, Sir Cornelius Cuyler.

Author: 
William Burton Stewart [ the Westmacott family; Sir Richard Westmacott; Bernard Blackmantle; Nicholas Rowe; Dame Juliana Berners; Oliver Cromwell; Sir Cornelius Cuyler ]
Publication details: 
Privately-printed. Marine House, Alnmouth, Northumberland. June 1929.
£450.00

For information on Lt.-Col. William Burton Stewart – Cambridge double Blue (rugby and rowing), war hero, traveller, genealogist – see his obituary in The Times, 8 June 1936, and his entry in Who Was Who. The present item is a separate issue of the third volume of Burton Stewart's notes on his 'Family History'. Only The National Library of Scotland holds a copy of this third volume, and no other copy of any of the three volumes is to be found, either on OCLC WorldCat or COPAC. The first two volumes, 1925 and 1928, presented the results of his researches into the Stewart family. 53pp., 4to.

[ American War of Independence. ] Manuscript British Treasury order and receipt signed 'M Rowe', for money 'To be by him paid over to sundry persons who have been sufferers during the Disturbances in America on account of their Fidelity & Attachment'

Author: 
Milward Rowe (1717-1792) of Kensington Palace, Chief Clerk of the Treasury and Commissioner of the Salt Duties; Thomas Gibbons [ The American War of Independence ]
Publication details: 
[ His Majesty's Exchequer, London. 4 November 1779. ]
£500.00

2pp., 8vo. In fair condition, on aged and lightly-creased paper. On single leaf, with first page with light diagonal clerical mark. Reads: 'Milward Rowe | Esqr. | Order is taken this 4th. Day of Novr 1779 By Virtue of his Majesty's General Letters of Privy Seal bearing date the 5th. Of Novr. 1760. And in pursuance of a Warrant under his Royal Sign Manual dated the 4 day of Novr. 1779. That You deliver and pay of such his Majesty's Treasure as remains in your charg Unto Milward Rowe Esqr.

Autograph Letter Signed from the poet Henry Rowe, Rector of Ringshall, Suffolk, to his publishers [Cadell & Davies], rejecting an offer from them, and making a counter-offer, regarding the stock of 'Poem's, published two years before.

Author: 
Rev. Henry Rowe (1753-1819), Rector of Ringshall, Suffolk, and poet, educated at Eton and Brasenose College, Oxford, related to Samuel Rogers [Thomas Cadell, jnr (1773-1836); William Davies (d.1819)]
Publication details: 
No place. 26 February 1798.
£120.00

1p., 8vo. Fair, on lightly-aged paper. Docketed on reverse: 'Rev: Mr. Rowe | Feby. 1798'. Signed 'Henry Rowe' and addressed 'Gentlemen' (from the context clearly his publishers). The letter concerns Rowe's 'Poem's (London: Cadell & Davies, 1792), published, according to the British Critic, 'with the hope of alleviating the distresses of the author and his family'. The letter begins: 'The proposal you made of delivering me Fifteen Copies for Five Pound, will in no respect answer my purpose'.

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