Autograph Note Signed to an unnamed bookseller.

<?> Sulston [pp.Lady Jersey].
Publication details: 
Middleton near Oxford, 6 Dec. [1826 - the year of Ainsworth's bookselling visit, Ellis, i.159
SKU: 1617

See de Ricci, Quaritch, for Earl of Jersey, Francis Child, Osterley Park. One page, 8vo, spike-hole, sl. grubby, text readable and complete. "Lady Jersey wants to a person to come down & arrange the Library here - It w[oul]d be a work of 7 or 8 Days & requires an intelligent Person used to the <?> - If there is any ["Person" excised] one [inserted] whom you hear of or belonging to you whom you could recommend to do it be so good as to write to Lady Jersey <?> upon it -". S.M. Ellis, Ainswworth, i.159, quotes Ainsworth letter: " . . . I have this morning been paying a visit to the Countess of Jersey, who has invited me to visit her at her house near Oxford, and arrange her Library, which it will give me infinite pleasure to attend to." Footnote describes her as "the [italic] leader of society" at that time. Was she Prince Regent's mistress??>