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[ Herefordshire Mendicity Society 'Bread Tickets'. ] Autograph Letter Signed from Stanhope to Sir Richard Harington, discussing 'the system of handing bread tickets to subscribers'. With printed tickets, pass, and AGM report.

Author: 
E. S. Stanhope [ Evelyn Theodore Scudamore-Stanhope ] (1862-1925), Chief Constable of Herefordshire and Chairman of Committee, Herefordshire Mendicity Society [ Sir Richard Harington (1835-1911) ]
Publication details: 
Stanhope's letter on letterhead of the Chief Constable's Office, Shire Hall, Hereford; 19 April 1906. Printed AGM report dated 15 January 1906. Other items undated.
£280.00

Five items, all in good condition, lightly aged. ONE: ALS from 'E. S. Stanhope' to Sir Richard Harington. 4pp., 12mo. Bifolium. The letter begins with thanks to Harington for 'all the trouble you have taken' on an unspecified matter, with Stanhope reporting that he has posted Harington's letter to the Lord Chief Justice. 'I think it explains admirably what we desire to know and I only hope we may get the opinion of the Judges on the question.' He next turns to the question of the AGM, discussing the circumstances under which extraordinary meetings might be called.

Autograph Letter Signed to Paul Quinton of Blackwell's; with pamphlet called 'The Ostrakon; being the final revision of part of a paper read to the Virgil Society on 19th January 1952, under the title Learning's Crumbs and Unconsidered Trifles'.

Author: 
Lancelot Ambrose Scudamore Jermyn, headmaster of Malay College, Kuala Kangsar
Publication details: 
Pamphlet printed for The Virgil Society by Sydney Lee (Exeter) Ltd. [1952]
£25.00

LETTER (9 December 1954; 71 Carter Avenue, Exmouth, Devon; one page, 12mo, good in stamped, addressed envelope): Discusses accompanying eight-line errata slip correcting 'a stupid mistake' in 'The Ostrakon': 'I was so wrapped up in the related problem that I failed to see the point you were making [...] Luckily The Ostrakon has not yet been generally distributed, so the correction is in time.' Signed 'L. A. S. Jermyn'. PAMPHLET: fifteen pages, small octavo. Unbound, in original printed wraps. Good, though slightly aged and creased. Unobtrusive ink marks at foot of front wrap.

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