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Author, Title, Summary Price
Anna Maria Hall (Mrs S.C. Hall).

Autograph letter signed to unnamed correspondent.

Miscellaneous writer (1800-1881). 3pp., 12mo, good condition. She thanks him for some verses which she thought "amonst the sweetest, the most touching I ever had." Then she tries to enlist his help for a bazaar to be held to contribute to a fund for the erection of an Asylum for Aged...

£40.00
Georgiana Fullerton.

Autograph letter signed to "Miss Hewitt".

Novelist and philanthropist (1812-1885). Two pages, 12mo, good condition. She has heard that some children in the village have "Hooping [sic] cough". "Edmund and the Baley" have not had it, but she thinks there would be no danger in their coming to Slindon.

£35.00
W.B. Maxwell.

Autograph letter signed to Douglas Sladen with drawing.

Novelist. Two pages, 4to. He can't make a game of golf. He looks forward to reading "the novel, & think the title is most taking - "Weeds that incumber the Earth [& entrance the Heavnes]." He discusses weather, his swimming in a thunderstorm. "The "Weeds" lie about on the Bexhill sands,...

£80.00
Samuel Warren.

Autograph note signed to the Duke of Newcastle.

Novelist and lawyer (1807-1877). One page, v.g. "I cannot deny myself the satisfaction of thanking your Grace for the very courteous kindness of your note of the 18th. inst. relating to Canon Trevor . . ."

£35.00
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