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Samuel Rutherford Crockett [S.R. Crockett]

Autograph Signature on fragment of typewritten letter.

Scottish novelist (1860-1914) of the Kailyard School. The fragment is one inch by three inches in size, in good condition and attached to a docketed piece of green paper. The signature 'S R. Crockett' is beneath a typewritten 'Yours as ever,'.

Thomas Joseph Tenison [on his ancestor Thomas Tenison, Archbishop of Canterbury]

ARCHBISHOP TENISON'S BIBLE. [with] A Memoir of Archbishop Tenison, compiled from authentic sources.

For Archbishop Tenison (1636-1715) see the DNB. Signed 'T. J. T.' [Tenison's descendant Thomas Joseph Tenison, J.P., Barrister-at-Law]. 2-leaf folio notice, on laid paper with Britannia watermark, dimensions approximately 13 inches by 8 inches. Recto of first leaf and verso of second leaf blank...

William Agnew

Autograph Letter Signed to Mrs Bewick[e].

Art dealer (1825-1910; DNB). 2 pages. 16mo biofoliate. In good condition. The recipients name is spelt 'Bewick' at the beginning of the letter and 'Bewicke' at the end. 'Dear Mrs Bewick | I came up from Southampton on Saturday. I am starting for Lancashire in a few minutes | I shall be back on...

Anthony Eden

The Two Imperialisms Speech by Mr. Anthony Eden at the Constitutional Club, London, on April 17th, 1940.

Conservative Prime Minister (1897-1977). Stapled 8vo pamphlet, unbound, four leaves, 7 pages. Grubby, creased and with loss to the corners of the first leaf. Begins: 'THIS war is not a clash between rival dynasties. Its basic causes are not economic; nor is it even a struggle to decide the...

Christopher Hampton

Contract [draft?] Signed by him and Desmond Brian on behalf of Anthony Blond Ltd. for a selection of poetry

English playwright, screenwriter and director, born 1946. 4 pages, folio bifoliate. On yellow paper. Stain at head of first page and somewhat creased, but in good condition overall. The contract is printed for Anthony Blond Limited by Frank Rook Ltd. The relevant passages are filled in in...

G. W. Bisseneek [Georgs Bisenieks?]

Autograph Signature on fragment of letter.

Prime Minister of Latvia. On slip of paper approximately one inch by three inches. In good condition, with one crease, and neatly glued to docketed piece of green card. Signed 'G. W. Bisseneeks".

Thomas Miller.:

Autograph letter signed to an [W.H. Harrison, poet, editor of "Friendship's Offering", literary advisor to Ruskin]

Poet and novelist, basketmaker and bookseller (1807-1874). One page, 4to, one nick not affecting text, fold marks and signs of having been laid down, mainly good. He has made "few alterations in the Poem, which if you think an improvement, may be adopted. I am afraid that so much practise in...

Robert William Elliston

Autograph Signature on fragment of letter to Thomas Dibdin.

Actor and lessee of the Surrey Theatre (1774-1831; DNB). The recipient is the songwriter and dramatist Thomas John Dibdin (1771-1841; DNB). 2¼ inches by 4¼. Creased, grubby and with a closed tear not affecting signature. Reads 'meeting. - | Yrs | Dr Sir | very truly | R W Elliston | To | Thos...

C. Day-Lewis

Autograph letter signed, Typed note signed, and Autograph postcard signed to Daniel George, man of letters,

(Letter [1945]) He is jumping at Daniel George's offer to take any reviews that Day-Lewis could do without. His doctor has ordered rest. (Note) He is returning an article he cannot use in "Orion". (Card) He would like to see a broadcast George has made. With: autograph note signed from Daniel...

Henry James

Autograph Note to Messrs Wright & Pankhurst.

One of the greatest of all English/American novelists (1843-1916; DNB, etc). 1 page, 8vo. Grubby, creased, frayed and worn. Unobtrusively repaired with archival tape. Reads 'Mr. Henry James encloses cheque for £9. 11. 0. | Messrs. Wright & Pankhurst | Rye | January 5th 1912'. Wright &...

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