[George Canning, Tory Prime Minister.] Autograph Signature, with those of John Sullivan and Lord Binning, cut from document.

George Canning (1770-1827), Tory Prime Minister in 1827; John Sullivan (1749-1839), Under Secretary of State for War and the Colonies; Lord Binning
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Annotated in pencil: 'J. B. Apr. 14. 1817.'
SKU: 25342

See Canning’s entry, with that of Sullivan, in the Oxford DNB, and Binning’s in the History of Parliament. The signatures (‘Geo. Canning / Binning / John Sullivan’) are in a column on one side of a 10 x 7 cm piece of watermarked laid paper. In good condition, lightly aged, with slight discoloration on reverse from the mount. The date is given in pencil on the front, and the back carries the following fragment of text: ‘It is to be a [...] / that every contribution [...] / is to be perfectly & precisely [...] / the names only of those [...] / contribute, (& not of those [...]’. See Image