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G.G. Leveson-Gower

Autograph Note Signed "Granville" to Lady Clarendon.

2nd Earl Granville, statesman (1815-1891). One page, 8vo, small portion cut out (place name prob.), ow. good. He claims a prior engagement, presumably after receiving an invitation, and hopes Clarendon is not tired after a long journey.

G.O. Trevelyan

Autograph Letter Signed to "Mr Chittenden".

Statesman and man of letters (1838-1928). 3pp., 8vo, good. He and his wife are pleased that their son is happy (presumably at aboarding school). He then expresses his detestation of the sort of touristwho does not enter into the spirit of a place (in this instance, Venice).

Henrietta Barnett

Autograph Note Signed.

Social reformer, founder of Hampstead Garden Suburb (1851-1936)(DNB).ANS, on a scrap of packing paper, saying “Given to Ernest Aves[?] inever grateful memory of all he did to and for me. June 17th-21st 1913.Henrietta Barnet”. Her husband, Samuel A. Barnet, has signed another part.

Henry Labouchere

Autograph Letter Signed to an unreadable correspondent.

Baron Taunton, statesman (1798-1869). 2pp., 4to, good. He has been sent some material relating to the Merchant Seamen’s Billand relates it to his own views on the matter.

Christine Nilsson


Swedish singer. She has signed the front of a small envelope as follows: "Christine Nilsson-Rouzaud / 1875"., slight marking and fold marks but signature clear.

James Anderson.

Holograph document.

Editor of "Diplomata", antiquary (DNB). Sixteen lines on one page, small folio, some damage, but text complete and clear. Not signed. On the reverse Is written "Minut of the procuratorie of Resignation" [in Anderson's hand] and "Autograph of James Anderson - the Editor of the Diplomata." The...

P.G. Konody.

Autograph Letter Signed to Eliott O'Donnell, author ("Werewolves", etc.)

Art Critic and author. Two pages, 8vo, partly laid downm fold mark, good condition. He says he can do nothing "about the pictures" of which O'Donnell had sent a list. "They are not of sufficient interest and, I fear, of little value. Anyway they would not do for the man for whom I am forming a...

Walter Scott.

Autograph fragment.

On an envelope Scott has written "George Thompson Esq / Trustees Office", someone has typed "Envelope addressed by Sir Walter Scott" at the tope, and the paper used as a envelope, c. 4 x 6", is laid down on another piece of paper the reverse of which has gluey remnants.

John Tenniel.


Illustrator of "Alice", etc. A bold signature and subscription in purple ink ("Believe me to be / Sincerely yours / John Tenniel", on piece of paper c.2.5 x 1", good condition.

Thomas Hughes.


Novelist. Signature with part of subscription ("yours truly / Thos Highes"), on piece of paper c.1.5 x 0.75", good condition.

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