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Henry Hallam.

Autograph Letter Signed to [Joseph Hunter, antiquary (DNB).

Hallam, Henry 1777-1859, historian (DNB). He welcomes the gift of "the Octavo Edition of [his] valuable Reports on the M.S.S. in some of our libraries" [presumably ‘Three Catalogues describing the Contents of the Red Book of the Exchequer, of the Dodsworth Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library,...

Joseph Durham

Autograph letter signed to the engraver and antiquary [Frederick William] Fairholt (1814-1866),

2 pp, 12mo. "Dear Fairholt / I could not get down to you last evening, tho' I tried very much - / I will correct any circulars you may be good enough to write for Hone and get it printed and sent out can you furnish a list of archaeological assns. members & institute & the address of the...

Prince Alexander Labanoff.

Autograph Letter Signed to Cuthbert Sharp, antiquary.

Writer on Mary, Queen of Scots, etc. In French. Two pages, 8vo, laid down, sl. stained but mainly good condition. He regrets not being able to visit Sharp but gives him a preview of some of his work on Mary, Queen of Scots which was about to be published [not traced]. Attached: an autograph note...

Richard Rigby

Autograph Notes Signed (x 2), one page each, 4to, to Sir Robert Wilmot

Politician (1722-1788). He died "leaving half a million of public money" (quoted in DNB). The signatures appear by the superscription, one is initialled. (1760) He has heard that there are "letters in Town from Ireland which say, That Volumes are writing there against transmitting a money Bill...

William Graham.

Autograph Letter Signed to (Hamilton)

Irish philosopher and political economist. 3pp., 8vo. He addresses Hamilton as "President" and refers to the "Society" in Belfast. He explains that J.A. Froude is more selective about engagaments as he gets older and is unlikely to accept an invitation from the "Society". He recommends a direct...

Henry Hardinge

Autograph Letters Signed (x 4) to John Wilson Croker, Capt. Basil Hull, the Attorney-General and Archdeacon Singleton

Viscount, soldier, G.-G. of India. (Croker) asks for assistance for lady whose sons died on naval duty. (Hull) he has passed on his note about forgery to Peel. (Attorney-General) asks him to look at a Bill he wants to go before the House. (Singleton) he discusses the circumstances of the death...

John Cam Hobhouse.

Autograph note signed to the Earl of <Belfort?>.

Statesman, friend of Byron (1786-1869). One page, 8vo, staining, but text clear and complete: Alas my dear Lord I have not got such a thing as an Assistant Surgeoncy in my gift."

Frederick of Prussia

Typed letter signed to "Mr Dandy", a longstanding English friend, in English.

Signed "Frederick of Prussia". One page, slighly creased but suitable for framing. He discusses Dandy's offer of "yet another Motor Cycle, this time a 1914 Triumph two Stroke". He says that his younger son would be "very happy if he could have such a rare Motor Cycle". He doesn't think his older...

Gathorne Gathorne Hardy

Autograph Note Signed to Miss C. rachenburg, Lady Harding, The Terrace, Anglesey, Gosport.

Earl of Cranbrook. [On 2 July, Hardy was appointed to the Poor Law Board.] Statesman. One page, 8vo, laid down with envelope (stamped and addressed and counter-signed by Hardy, good condition. He thanks her for her "pamphlet on Cholera and its cure. I will submit it ot some more competent judge...

George Smart.

Autograph "G. Smart"on envelope front, to William Maclose, 61 York Terrace, Regents Park.

Smart, Sir George Thomas 1776-1867, musician and orchestral conductor. Envelope fornt with address as above, c.4 x 2.5", signed by Smart, text clear despite some soiling.

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