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Sir George Alexander (George Alexander Gibb Samson), Theatre Manager

Autograph note signed to Miss <Edna Orflere?>,

One page, 12mo. Only partially decipherable, due to Alexander's dreadful handwriting, which is reminiscent of that of his contemporary Charles Wyndham. "I shall be pleased to see you if you [...] one night next week. / Sincerely / George Alexander".

£15.00
Sir George Alexander (George Alexander Gibb Samson), Theatre Manager

Autograph note signed to Mr <Spielmann?>,

English actor-manager (1858-1918), knighted in 1911. One page, 12mo. "We will call for you at about 10.30 tomorrow morning. It is very good of you."

£15.00
Sir George Alexander (George Alexander Gibb Samson), Theatre Manager

Autograph note signed,

English actor-manager (1858-1918), knighted in 1911. One page, 12mo, evidently in response to a request for an autograph. "With pleasure / Yours truly / George Alexander". Negligible traces of previous mounting on reverse of blank second leaf.

£15.00
Sir George Essex Honyman

Autograph note signed to the solicitor [Sir John] Hollams (1820-1910),

Judge (1819-75). One page, 12mo. "Jany 17. / My dear Hollams / I have with some hesitation accepted the Common Pleas." Honyman became a judge in the Court of Common Pleas on 23 January 1873. Dreadful sprawling handwriting. Paper worn, torn, grubby and creased, with blank second leaf repaired and...

£30.00
Sir James Eyre

Fragment signed,

Judge (1734-99). One page, 12mo. "<...> George Murley / Sarah Martin / Given under my Hand the 10th. day of August 1780 pursuant to the Statute in that case made and provided. / [signed] James Eyre". Paper slightly discoloured.

£35.00
Sir John Duke Coleridge, 1st Baron Coleridge

Autograph letter signed to an unnamed male correspondent,

Lord Chief Justice of England (1820-94). 2 pp, 12mo. "I could have asked to be silent to-night but I cannot refuse to answer for the guests on an occasion so interesting & on which I am very proud to be present". Postscript: "Can you give me any idea of who the guests are, & about what...

£45.00
Sir John Eldon Gorst

Autograph letter signed to an unnamed male correspondent,

Lawyer and politician (1835-1916). "Dear Sir / I have so many calls on my resources & already subscribe to so many Cricket Clubs in Chatham that I fear I shall not be able to comply with your request - / Yrs very faithfully / J. E. Gorst". With traces of previous mounting to the reverse of...

£40.00
Sir John Hollams

Autograph letter signed to Mrs [?] Peacock,

Solicitor (1820-1910). 3 pp, 12mo. An informal letter. "We were all much pleased at hearing of your good husband's promotion and we were glad to find you are in a pleasant part of the country. [...] All are I am thankful to say well - Fred recently had a very alarming accident in London". Four...

£20.00
Sir Marshal James Clarke

Autograph letter signed to Miss Lanyon,

South African colonial administrator (1841-1909). 2 pp, 12mo. He and Lady Clarke would have been pleased had Mr and Mrs LanyonSigned "Marshall Clarke". "[...] had your stay allowed I would have made a point of going to Durban [...] Sir Owen Lanyon [Sir William Owen Lanyon, 1842-1887, colonial...

£45.00
Sir Mountstuart Elphinstone Grant Duff

Autograph note signed to Miss Griffiths,

Liberal politician and author (1829-1906). One page, 12mo. "Your bracelet is all safe and I have <?> it up." Negligible smudging to one word. With a biographical cutting attached at the foot of the note.

£25.00
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