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A Member of the Bibliographical Society

The Colonel Mark Wilks and Sir Tollemache Sinclair Napoleon Collection

Privately Printed. 50pp., 4to, grey wraps, sl. sunned, mainly vg.

A.B. Cunninghame-Graham, admiral

Autograph Letter Signed to "Maurice"

one page, 4to. He discusses his travel plans and meetings.

A.J. Duffield

2 Autograph Notes Signed s to "Temple Bar"/"Bentley"

Spanish scholar (1821-1890). 8vo. He wonders if a translation of a "newly discovered letter fro Cervantes" would be accepted by "Temple Bar" and whether the original Spanish text could be printed on the opposite page to the translation. In his second letter, he speaks of an article on "Don...

Achille Fould, French statesman and financier

ANS to unknown correspondent

8vo. In French, expressing pleasure at an invitation from the Lord Mayor of London, and accepting.

£30.00 fould
Alexander Bain, Scottish psychologist and educationalist

ALS to P.P. Alexander

2pp., 8vo. Compliments Alexander's "polemic with Mill on the question of 'Liberty and Necessity'"" and promises a review ("some public form").

Algernon Percy, Duke of Northumberland

Autograph Note Signed, 2pp., 8vo, to Cuthbert Sharp, antiquary.

Statesman and antiquarian (1792-1865). He thanks Sharp for "Works on Antiquarian subjects".

Allan Cunningham

Autograph letter signed to undeciphered addressee.

Scottish author (1784-1842). One page, 12mo, remnants of laying down, chipped, without loss of text. He is having to return a book which he had intended to review in an "Oxford Literary Journal" which "died a <> death some days ago".

Ann Thicknesse, nee Ford

Autograph Note Signed to "Mrs Sidny"(?)

Authoress and musician (1737-1824), wife of Philip Thicknesse (see DNB). 8vo, expressing thanks and gratitude at inordinate length. Her shaky handwriting is explained in a postscript ("I am so nervous I can scarcely hold my pen").

Baron Bunsen,

Autograph Note Signed to "Mr MacGeady"

Prussian ambassador. One page, 8vo. He announces his arrival (in Italy), gives informnation about his post and what he wants done with it.

Bernard Partridge

Autograph Postcard Signed to E.A. Carr

Caricaturist (1861-1945). He declines taking up a suggestion since he is "no longer doing that kind of illustration for 'Punch'".

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