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F. Beauchamp Seymour, admiral

Autograph Letter Signed to "Lanyon"

2pp., 8vo, chipped, not affecting the text. He expresses a liking for a photograph and tells of a "job" involving the "Immortalite".

F.H.F. Berkeley,

Autograph Notes Signed and Autograph Letters Signed (x 6) to Charles Manby, engineer

Politician. 1 and 2pp., 8vo. He discusses an anonymous witness ("la Dame Blanche") in a confidential matter. Later letters discuss a trickster operating in Berkeley's constituency (selling gas without coal with a magnet). He seeks information from Manby whom he believes will have the contacts to...

Field-Marshal F.S. Roberts, Lord Roberts

Autograph Note Signed to "Mr. Oates"

Soldier (1832-1914). 8vo, vestigial signs of laying down, declining an invitation because he has to travel to Dublin.

Francis Allitsee

Autograph Letter Signed to "The Editor, Temple Bar"

Song writer (1849-1912). 2pp., 8vo. He expresses fulsome gratitude for being allowed to set a lyric (unnamed) to music.

Francis Paget

Autograph Note Signed, to "Doyne"(?)

Bishop of Oxford and theologian (1851-1911). One page, 8vo. He would like his correspondent to let Max Muller know when a deferred luncheon is to be held. He will be writing to Dean Liddell (presumably on the same subject).

Francis Paget

Autograph Note Signed, to "Paul O'W"(?)

Bishop of Oxford and theologian (1851-1911). One page, 8vo. He has enclosed a cheque as an instalment of his contribution to the Dr Pusey Memorial Fund.

Frederick W. Walker

Autograph Note Signed to an unnamed correspondent.

High Master of St Paul's (1830-1910). One page, 8vo. He gives thanks for a book, adding that "In my younger days I used continuously & valued your abstracts of Gk & Roman History & notes on Herodotus".

G.H. Broughton

Autograph Letters Signed (x 2), to Lady Maitland and an unnamed correspondent

Artist. One and 2pp., 8vo. (1899) He suggests the steps she must take to arrange the loan a a "miniature table" from the Royal Academy. (1904) He gives permission for his "Diploma Picture" to be reproduced in the "Windsor Magazine", revealing its history (an illustration to Tennyson's lines in "...

George Grenville, Ist Marquis of Buckingham

Autograph Letter Signed, "Nugent Buckingham", to an unknown correspondent

Statesman. 2pp., 4to. He discusses his wife's health (fever) and the treatment his correspondent has received from the elder brother of a "Dr Vassor" ("scandalously & wickedly used").

George Henschel

Autograph Note Signed to "Mr Pollock"

German-English singer, composer and conductor (1850-1934). One page, 8vo, anticipating a meeting and Pollock receiving something illegible, adding that the concerts are going well.

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