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George Boyle, 4th Earl of Glasgow [Lord Glasgow] (1766-1843), Scottish peer, successively Lord Lieutenant of Renfrewshire and Ayrshire, Rector of University of Glasgow [Princess Charlotte Augusta]

[George Boyle, 4th Earl of Glasgow.] Autograph Letter Signed ('Glasgow'), as Lord Lieutenant of Renfrewshire, transmitting the condolences of 'the Co: of Renfrew - and Paisley' on the death of heir to the throne Princess Charlotte Augusta of Wales.

2pp, 4to. Bifolium. In good condition, lightly aged. Folded several times. Endorsed on reverse of second leaf: 'Transmitting two Addresses of Condolence from the Co: of Renfrew - and Paisley -'. Reads: 'My Lord | I am directed by a Meeting of The Noblemen, Gentlemen, Justices of Peace, &...

Andrew Duncan the elder (1744-1828), Scottish physician, Professor at Edinburgh University, joint founder of Royal Society of Edinburgh [Patrick Neill (1776-1851); Caledonian Horticultural Society]

[Andrew Duncan the elder, Scottish physician, Professor at Edinburgh University.] Autograph Letter Signed ('Andrew Duncan Sen') to an unnamed member of the British Cabinet, recommending Patrick Neill as Professor of Horticulture at Edinburgh.

According to Duncan's entry in the Oxford DNB, 'In 1809 he founded the Caledonian Horticultural Society, and in later years he was actively occupied in promoting the establishment of a public experimental garden.' 2pp, 4to. In good condition, on aged paper, creased. The recipient is not named,...

[ David Powel [ David Powell ] (c.1549-1598), Church of England divine and historian; William Wynne (c.1671-1704) of Jesus College, Oxford; Caradoc of Lhancarvan ]

[ David Powel, Welsh historian and Church of England divine, or his editor William Wynne? ] Manuscript fragment from 'The Historie of Cambria, now called Wales', exhibiting variations from the published text., suggesting authorial or edtiorial origin

2pp., on two strips of aged and worn watermaked laid paper, one strip 6 x 17 cm. and the other 3.5 x 17 cm. The reverses of both strips carry manuscript calculations. The extract is written with a clerkly (backwards) 'e', but not with a long 's', the first line of text of the second strip being...

W.H. Davies, Welsh poet, writer, tramp.

[ W.H. Davies ] Autograph Sentiment Signed "Good luck | from | W.H. Davies"

White card, 8.5 x 6, good condition, formerly tipped into album (waer on edges of reverse).

£25.00 Davies
Roger Fry, painter and critic, and a member of the Bloomsbury Group

[ Roger Fry ] Autograph Signature only "Roger Fry".

White card, 7 x 6cm, formerly tipped into album. Good bold signature

£25.00 Fry
Percy Fender, cricketer

[ Percy Fender, cricketer ] Flamboyant Autograph Signature with sibscription "Yours faithfully | Percy G.H. Fender"

Top half of a page of stationery headed Empire Hotel, Bath, 11 x 8, some foxing, minor chipping, signature bold (formerly tipped into an album, wear on edges of reverse).

J. H. Hertz [Joseph Herman Hertz, Rabbi and biblical scholar, Chief Rabbi of the United Kingdom 1913-1946

[ J.H. Hertz, Chief Rabbi, UK ] Autograph Signature, "Sincerely yours | J.H. Hertz | Chief Rabbi.

Written on white card, 9 x 6cm, from vestiges of glue round edges, formerly tipped in album.

£35.00 Hertz
Henry G. Liddell, father of "Alice" [ Henry George Liddell, Dean of Christ Church, Oxford, etc]

[Henry Liddell; Lewis Carroll ] Autograph Subscription cut from letter, signed Henry G. Liddell.

Part of letter addressed to a Mr Preston [?], unevenly cut from a letter, 11 x 5.5cm, battered, with small sections missing (only touching on the signature), fold marks, tipped onto slightly larger piece of paper, with surviving text in his hand on reverse as follows: "I found it necessaryt[o]...

£45.00 Liddell
Henry Dickens, son of Charles Dickens, novelist

[ Henry Dickens, son of Charles ] Autograph Statement (not signed) on card about the autographs of his father and himself.

Card, blue, 11 x 9cn, rounded corners, vestiges of its having been tipped onto an album page. Text: "I have no autographs of my father to spare - otherwise I would send you one - | For myself - I never give my autograph to any collector unless he is personally known to me as a friend."

£30.00 Dickens
Busch Quartet [Adolf Georg Wilhelm Busch (1891–1952), German-Swiss violinist, conductor, and composer].

[ Busch Quartet; Adolf Busch ] Autograph Signatures of the Busch Quartet, Adolf Busch, Gösta Andreasson, Karl Doktor, Hermann Busch

Green card,12.5 x 8.5cm, edge faded, signatures bold, card formerly tipped into album (edges of reverses show wear).

£100.00 Busch
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