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Author, Title, Summary Price
Richard Phillips

Autograph Note Signed to "Charles", secretary of the Theatre Royal, Haymarket

Miscellaneous writer, journalist, Republican (1767-1840). 8vo. He complains that he forgot to leave his name for Phillips and his friends so that they could not enter the theatre. He asks that he make sure he does "this evening" with underlinings and emphatic statements.

Richard Westmacott

Autograph Letter Signed, 2pp., 12mo, to "Mrs Hawes"

Sculptor (1775-1856). Work takes precedence over "gaieties" so he cannot accept an invitation.

Richard Westmacott

Signature clipped from document

Sculptor (1799-1872). Clipped signature from an appeal to the Artists' Benevolent Fund. Thomas Phillips, portrait painter (1770-1845), signature is on the same piece of paper

Robert Howard

Signature from document

Dramatist, historian and poet (1626-1698). Signature cut from a document (Howard was an auditor of the Exchequer) with above date and a few words from the text, laid down.

Robert Southey

Autograph quotation

c. 1.5" x 3", in a minute but distinct hand, 16 lines commmencing "They will by no means give the title of Saint to one of the Apostles or Evangelists of the LOrd . . . ", concluding with the apparent source of the lines "A Friendly Conference 48".

Rose Fyleman,

Two manuscript poems about Fairies

Children's writer. One page, sm. fol. Vestiges of hinges. Signed and dated by Fyleman. The Poems written in Fyleman's hand are: "I stood against the window" (2 verses, total 16 lines; and "Have you watched the Fairies?", 3 verses, total 9 lines.

Schomberg K. MacDonnell

Autograph Note Signed, one page, 8vo, to Lord Harmsworth, press baron

Irish civil servant ((1861-1915). He hopes for a meeting in London. "I want very much to see you for a few minutes".

Sir Henry Lytton Bulwer

Autograph Note initialled to "Catalina"

Diplomat. One page, 8vo. He asks for a pair of Chinese slippers to be added to her brother's account and warns her against a "maddish charlatan" with whom he has crossed swords.

£30.00 Sir Henry Lytton Bulwer ANS
Sir J. Bernard Burke,

Autograph Note, third person, to "Mr Buick"

Genealogist. One page, 8vo. He presents his compliments and says he will answer Buick's enquiry on his return to Dublin Castle.

Sir James Kempt.

Autograph Note Signed to R. Byham, Ordnance Office

General. One page, 8vo. He describes his enclosure of a banker's order to pay the rent on a property he is about to occupy.

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