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Anon.

A Bill for the more effectual Preservation and Encrease of the Breed of Salmon throughout Great Britain and Ireland

12 pages, folio, disbound (as issued), fold marks some wear and tear, text clear and complete, a few pencilled annotations. With: (printed) "Memorandum for the Game-Keepers. The LAWS relative to preserving and taking of Salmon are as follow: ......", four pages, two of which are blank, torn into...

£100.00
Benjamin C. Brodie.

Autograph letter signed to the Dean of Westminster.

The Elder. Surgeon and physiologist (1783-1862). Two pages, 8vo. He is sorry to find that the Dean and his wife are ill, and that he cannot accept an invitation.

£20.00
Brandon Thomas

autograph letter signed to Mrs Revière,

English actor, playwright, songwriter (1856-1914). One page, 12mo. "You are sweet, as well as dear! We are working our heads off about the Liebhart Concert & hoping for the best / The two tickets will be sent in due course". With traces of paper and glue to the reverse of blank second leaf...

£15.00
Brandon Thomas

autograph poem signed,

English actor, playwright, songwriter (1856-1914). One page, 8vo. "Sir Maple is a handy man / And comfort round him spreads, / He furnishes on every plan / And also makes the beds." In bad condition, torn and holed by removal from mount, traces of which are glued to the reverse.

£30.00
Charles Sugden

one autograph letter signed to [?] Palgrave,

Actor (1850-1921). A storm in a teacup. "I am sorry to say I must decide against you in reference to the cups & saucers, the history of them was this, Jack asked me as I had nothing to do to go & buy him some coffee cups &c / I went, bought the ones you refer to & begged Jack...

£25.00
Charles Warner

autograph note signed,

English actor (1846-1909). One page, 8vo. " " Gerraire! look look nana nana come to Papa, I'm dying. Oh God forgive me" "Coupeau" ". Warner's most memorable part was Coupeau in 'Drink' (1879), an adaptation of Zola's 'L'Assommoir'.

£15.00
Charles Warner

one autograph letter signed to unnamed male correspondent,

English actor (1846-1909). 4 pp, 12mo. Interesting letter relating to marriage and the acting profession. "I do not agree with the opinion expressed by Mr J. T. Green respecting the early & unhappy marriages of actors & actresses having to play love scenes together. I think in most...

£20.00
Charles Wyndham

1 typed note signed and 1 typed note, both to J. Knowles,

English actor-manager (1837-1919), knighted in 1902. The first, signed on Wyndham's behalf by "A. R. S." "I find that instead of putting down Sir Robert Morier's address in my note-book, I simply noted down the evening. Will you kindly send me the address." The second, "Very many thanks. If...

£40.00
Charles Wyndham

autograph letter signed to L. Gomme,

English actor-manager (1837-1919), knighted in 1902. One page, 12mo, in stamped envelope addressed in autograph. "At present & for some time past I am & have been absorbed in work preparing a New Year production. In 2 weeks, I go out of the & will then go into the play...

£20.00
Charles Wyndham

autograph letter signed to Mrs [?] Ransford,

English actor-manager (1837-1919), knighted in 1902. "I find that Mrs Wyndham & I am assured myself also, pledged ourselves not to see The Two Roses without Mrs Sabrialli & Mrs. Albery - the same kind of pledge I made to you I have therefore resolved to keep both promises if you have...

£20.00
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