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Author, Title, Summary Price
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.

Sir John M. Wilson

Autograph Letter Signed, 2pp., 8vo, to "Jones"

Soldier (1783-1868). Stained and worn but contents intact and legible, responding to condolences on his wife's death. what it means to him, and what her last days were like.

Sir William Grant

Autograph Letter Signed (Part of ), correspondent unknown.

Canadian lawyer and English Master of the Rolls (1752-1832). Part of ALS signed, referring to "Sir Alexr Cochrane's propositions as to prizes that may be taken in conjunct expeditions on the coast of America" on which he does not feel able to give directions.

Sir William Schaw Cathcart

Document Signed to "The Quarter-Master General of the Forces"

one page, fol. He refers to a "Return of the Field and Garrison ordnance, with the ammunition for guns, howitzers . . ." which he has sent for the defence of North Britain.

Thomas Aston Coffin

Autograph Letter Signed, 2pp., 8vo. to Goodall & Turner, solicitors or insurers

American loyalist. He is returning a policy from which his "Liquors" have been mistakenly excluded. He asks for his cellar to be insured.

Thomas Joseph Pettigrew

Chronicles of the Tombs. A select collection of epitaphs

529pp., 8vo, inscription and small ownership label (title and ep), some staining of eps, some wear, mainly good-v.g.

Thomas Macknight

Statement of Account.

Irish historian and political writer (1829-1899). One page, 8vo. Signed by Thomas Macknight. Ingrams (Bentley Archives) lists a few items by him (BL).

Tito Mattei

Autograph Postcard Signed to "Madam"

Pianist. 2 sides. He accepts an invitation to play a solo for the "Sick Childre (sic) Hospital" adding his choice of music for the programme.

Victor Sardou.

Autograph Note Signed to an unknown friend

French playwright. One page, 12mo. In French. He declares in inflated terms his inability to dine with him on a certain day.

W. Pett Ridge

Autograph Letter Signed, 2pp., 8vo, to Ernest Carr

Novelist (1864-1930). He announces the birth of his first child, with comment on its colour.

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