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[Jocelyn Herbert [Lousada], stage designer] Autograph Contribution (extracted) to an Album with individuals writing on the subject Happiness, Signed Jocelyn Lousada.

Author: 
Jocelyn Lousada nee Herbert (1917 – 2003), highly influential British stage designer.]
Publication details: 
No place given but dated 7 Feb. 1946.
£45.00

Album Page (extracted), 20.5 x 16cm, very good condition. A full page headed What is Happiness, continuing, Happiness in the abstract is indefinable - but it is also something for which everyone in their lives seems to be consciously or unconsciously searching - I think one should be humble in this search enjoying simple thins rather than wild escapades. She then lists some rules starting One should have a true sense of values (9 lines), concuding Probably if we could achieve any one of these one would be happy - but I think very few people do.

[ A.S. Boyd, Scottish illustrator ] Autograph Letter Signed AS Boyd to My dear Dunn, presumably James Nicoll Dunn, sometime editor of the Scots Observer (replaced by Henley).

Author: 
A.S. Boyd [Alexander Stuart Boyd, Scottish illustrator, cartoonist and painter, ]
Publication details: 
[Printed] The Cabin, Kilconquhar, Fife, 25 June 1890.
£75.00

Two pages, 12mo, bifolium, first and lst pages grubby but text clear and complete. Text: Thank you very much for sending Mr Henley's book which I shall have much pleasure in reading, and my wife will get hints for 'style' as she doth peruse it. It is nicely got up, but is not so sweet to handle as the 'Book of Verses' which is a gem. He relates that he has a drawing of the new Steamer 'Duchess of Hamilton' [which] I think I might utilise [...] if you can introduce something in next week's notes about the remoteness of Arran getting diminished. It is really a fine boat and very swift.

[ Blanaid Salkeld; Irish writer ] Autograph A Poem. Contribution (extracted) to an Album with the subject Happiness, Signed Blanaid Salkeld.

Author: 
Blanaid Salkeld [ Blánaid Salkeld (1880 – 1959), Irish poet, dramatist, and actor.
Publication details: 
[ Other contributions dated 1940-41 ].
£120.00

Album Page (extracted), 20.5 x 16cm, very good condition. Text: Courage can always better. Let the fatalist | Cry, I have done. | Every poet in his degree is an optimist. | 'The star to its appointed height.' But man's strange spirit - | What seer dares to froeshadow worlds it may inherit? | The spirit's measure is its hoping. May none twist | The poet's wild directions! If his dream persist, | ll can be won. Note: Googlebooks directs me to The Fox's Covert - Page cxxi, hence published (1935).

[ 3rd Marquess of Bute ] Two Autograph Letters Signed Bute, one to Sir, the other to Mr Patrick (as perhaps was the first - possibly an editor of a Catholic periodical), concerning his writings on Catholicism and heavy work schedule detail.

Author: 
John Patrick Crichton-Stuart, 3rd Marquess of Bute [ (1847–1900), was a landed aristocrat, industrial magnate, antiquarian, scholar, philanthropist, and architectural patron.]
Publication details: 
[Headed] Mount Stuart, Rothesay, Isle of Bute, 30 Nov. 1887 AND 12 Aug. 1892.
£180.00

Both letters, 4pp., 12mo, bifoliums, very good condition. Letter One (30 Nov. 1887): On carefully re-considering the article you were so good as to send me, I thought it would be better to write a new one, which I now send you. [...] I think it gives a fair idea on the whole, to an outsider, of what the Breviary [which he had translated] is in practise - and I should prefer to leave to you the task of abridging it. Only I would ask you to let me know how you purpose to do so.

[ Clare Leighton; wood engraver ] Substantial Typed Letter Signed Clare Leighton to specialist bookseller, Barry Marks, responding comprehensively to questions about her activities, exhibitions of her work, whether she sells engravings, and so on.

Author: 
Clare Leighton [Clare Marie Veronica Leighton (1898–1989), English/American artist, writer and illustrator best known for her wood-engarvings
Publication details: 
Ash Swamp Road, Woodbury Co., 7 September 1977.
£500.00

One page, sm. folio, airmail, one small closed tear, good condition. Text: I was glad to get your letter of 8th August and must apologise for my delay in answering it. I was, just then, caught up into a confusion of work. | I telephoned Mr Leventhal (he doesnt live in Woodbury, but in Boston; howeyer, we are in touch) and he was delighted at his good fortune in acquiring a copy of my FARMER'S YEAR.

[ John Piper, painter ] Autograph Letter Signed John Piper to Mr Roberts.

Author: 
John Piper [ John Egerton Christmas Piper (1903-1992), painter, printmaker and designer of stained-glass windows and both opera and theatre sets ].
Publication details: 
[Headed] Fawley Bottom Farmhouse near Henley-on-Thames Oxon RG9 6JH Henley 2494, 26 August 1973.
£150.00

Two pages, 8vo, very good condition. Text: Thanks you for your letter. I've no idea what paper you saw that reported the councillor's dislike of my sketches - actually, at the meeting only one man expressed some demur about them, and (poor man) he was defeated by the otherwise general approval of the committee, which decided to go ahead with the scheme I proposed. I am doing the final designs now, and weaving will start in the autumn.

[ C.F.A. Voysey; Arts and Crafts ] Two Autograph Letters Signed C.F. Annesley Voysey and C.F.A. Voysey to Miss Street, [bookbinder, apparently sometime President of the Binding and Printing Trades]..

Author: 
Charles Francis Annesley Voysey (1857–1941), architect and furniture and textile designer.
Publication details: 
[Headed] 73 St James's Street, SW1, 12 June 1925 AND [Headed] Arts Club, 40 Dover Street, W1 and [handwritten] 73 St James's Street, SW1, 26 June 1925.
£180.00

Both letters relate to the binding of a book that Voysey values and make considerable use of. Letter One (12 June): three pages, 12mo, bifolium, an expansive hand, good + condition. Text: I wonder if you will mind my begging for your kind help. The littel book which is a sort of catalogue of book plates & badges which I have designed is tumbling to pieces and I want it stitched together so that nothing is lost. He hopes he's not wasting her time, but he constantly needs the book for refernce. He would also like Sir Frank to see it, and to know how much she wants.

[ Alfred Munnings, artist] Two Autograph Notes Signed Alfred Munnings to Tunnicliffe [Charles Frederick Tunnicliffe, artist and illustrator]. Somewhat stream of consciousness.

Author: 
Alfred Munnings [Sir Alfred James Munnings (1878–1959), one of England's finest painters of horses, and as an outspoken critic of Modernism.]
Publication details: 
[Headed] From [...] Beldon House, 96 Chelsea Park Gardens, London, SW3, 17 Jan. 1956 and 7 Dec. 1956
£280.00

Both in pencil. Letter One (17 Jan.): One page, 8vo, good condition. Text: Hope you are better. All was well at the RA - as you saw [T?] Wheeler going well. | Now - Her is a lovely estuary wide & tidal from Harwich to Manningtree 800 swans ---- Vast herds of them - close in to edge often & out of the wader - You can touch them. | Masses of stuff ---- come & stay at Dedham Sun[day] ----or Colchester ----- & have a look [underlined]. Letter Two (7 Dec. 1956), two pages, 8vo, good condition.

[ Annie Fields ] Autograph Note Signed Annie Fields to a Miss Norton about meeting up.

Author: 
Annie Fields [ Annie Adams Fields (1834–1915), Mrs James T. Fields, American writer. ]
Publication details: 
Thunderbolt Hill, Manchester by Sea, Mass., 19 July 1899.
£100.00

One page, 12mo, good condition. Will you give me a pleasure by passing a few days with me next week and [underlined] if Miss Arnold is with you will you bring her also? Monday or Tuesday or Wednesday, for a start! will suit me perfectly. Presumably this is Sara Norton, daughter of Charles Eliot Norton.

[ G. Lowes Dickinson. ] Early Typescript drafts from 'Plato and his Dialogues', with autograph emendations; and typescript of his BBC radio talk on Plato's 'view of the nature of knowledge' (part of series on which book was based).

Author: 
G. Lowes Dickinson [ Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson ] (1862–1932), classical scholar and Fellow of King's College, Cambridge [ E. M. Forster ]
Publication details: 
Circa 1931 (year of BBC lectures) and 1932 (year of publication of book by George Allen & Unwin, London).
£500.00

'Plato and his Dialogues' was Lowes Dickinson's last book. It was warmly received on its posthumous publication, with its contemporary relevance recognised. In a review of May 1932, the Classical Association's journal 'Greece and Rome' declared: 'Here is material for the most exciting and stimulating discussions'. The same review said of the BBC series on which the book was based: 'if all such talks could have so happy an issue, wireless might be said to have justified itself'. And in October 1932, in another BBC radio talk, Lowes Dickinson's literary executor E. M.

[Handbill announcing Nelson's victory at the Battle of the Nile, 1798, headed: 'Adm. NELSON's Victory over the French.'

Author: 
Horatio Nelson [Admiral Lord Nelson; Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson, 1st Viscount Nelson, 1st Duke of Bronté] (1758-1805) Battle of the Nile, 1798
Publication details: 
Without place or date. [October 1798.]
£650.00

Presumably distributed in the streets (of London?) on the news of Nelson's victory. No other copy of the title has been traced, either on OCLC WorldCat or COPAC. Printed on one side of a 34 x 19.5 cm piece of paper, with cropped margins (text area 33 x 17.5 cm). The reverse of the leaf would appear to be blank, the leaf being laid down on a piece of grey paper removed from an album. Printed in double column, with a wavy vertical dividing rule down the middle, beneath the title 'Adm.

[ Katharine Macquoid, travel writer ] Autograph Letter Signed Katharine Macquoid to [?Miss] Kingsley about health problems.

Author: 
Katharine Macquoid [ Katharine Sarah Macquoid (1824-1917), novelist and travel writer ]
Publication details: 
Stanley Place, 17 June 18[9?].
£45.00

Three pages, 12mo, bifolium, vestiges of tipping into album, fold mark good condition. She is delighted to get a letter from her, hearing of her enjoyment during a visit to Paris, and that she feels so much better & stronger.

[Anthony McKenrot [Mackenroth; MacKenrot], lunatic who tried to serve subpoena on Napoleon Bonaparte.] Two Autograph Petitions Signed (both 'Anthony Mc:Kenrot') from Newgate to the Prince Regent and home secretary Lord Sidmouth, with covering letter.

Author: 
[Anthony McKenrot [Mackenroth; MacKenrot], lunatic; Prince Regent [George IV]; Lord Sidmouth [Henry Addington, Viscount Sidmouth]; John Beckett [Newgate Prison; Bethlem Hospital; Napoleon Bonaparte]
Publication details: 
The two petitions and the covering letter to John Beckett of the Home Office, Whitehall, all three dated from State Side Newgate [Prison], 24 May 1816.
£750.00

Anthony Mckenrot's attempt to serve a writ on the captive Napoleon Bonaparte is well-described by Colin Fox ('Napoleon Bonaparte: POW'), in The Journal of the Friends of St Helena, 2016. Mckenrot (also MacKenrot or Mackenroth) who was of German extraction, was a lawyer, merchant and prize agent on the Caribbean island of Tortola, who criticised Admiral Sir Alexander Cochrane (1758-1832) for failing to act against a French squadron off the island in 1806. His obsession grew with the years, and his claims of Cochrane's cowardice and financial impropriety became increasingly extravagant.

[ Marghanita Laski ] Typed Note Signed Marghanita Laski to a Mr. Ager, declining an invitation to speak to a Society.

Author: 
Marghanita Laski [ (1915–1988), journalist, radio panellist and novelist. ]
Publication details: 
[Headed] Capo di Monte, Windmill Hill, London, N.W.3, 12 Feb. 1954.
£28.00

One page, 12mo, good condition. It is more than good of you to invite me again to speak to your Society, and it makes me feel very sorry and ashamed that again I must say no. But I have had to give up all lecturing except where there is an inescapable personal obligation to do so because it simply cannot be fitted in to the other demands of my domestic and working life. So very regretfully [...] A small newspaper clipping is laid down in the corner with photo of Laski looking about 30, and brief biographical detail.

[ Plantagenet Somerset Fry; historian ] Typed Letter Signed Plantagenet Somerset Fry to Lord Elibank (James Alastair Frederick Campbell Erskine-Murray, 13th Lord Elibank) who has written his reply in the margins and spaces.

Author: 
Plantagenet Somerset Fry [ born Peter George Robin Fry (1931–1996), historian ]
Publication details: 
St. Catherine's Society, Oxford, 9 Dec. 1955.
£56.00

Two pages, 8vo, very good condition, with a few holograph corrections. He thanks Lord Elibank for the loan of pamphlets, naming the one on Bismarck that he is returning. He agrees with most of what Elibank says about the Armada, finding the key question whether there was 'a strike of not'. He continues, With regard to Lucy Walter. I have indeed read the late Lord George Scott's book and discovered the facts to which you refer. It seemed to me a delicate subject on which to write and this is the reason why I answered the question in such a general manner.

[ Hesba Stretton; NSPCC ] Autograph Letter Signed Hesba Stretton to an unnamed lady about the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, organising its foundation on 11 July 1884.

Author: 
Hesba Stretton [ Pen name of Sarah Smith (1832–1911), writer of children's books.]
Publication details: 
7 Lansdowne Road, W. [London], 1 July 1884.
£180.00

One page, 12mo, neat hand, laid down on slightly larger paper, good condition. The ladies of the Children's Safety Committee gave me permission last Thursday to send to each member of the society ten invitation cards for the meeting of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, in the hope that they would kindly give them to such of their friends as take a real interest in the welfare of Children. May I suggest that you will either write your name on each card or enclose your own card, to secure the invitation from being passed over unheeded.

[ Agnes Weston; Sailors' Rest ] Autograph Note Signed on card, thanking a Mrs Taylor for her remembrance of [her] work.

Author: 
Agnes E. Weston [ Dame Agnes Elizabeth Weston (1840–1918), also known as Aggie Weston, philanthropist noted for her work with the Royal Navy. ]
Publication details: 
[Printed heading] An anchor with Sailors' Rest, | Portsmouth, 9 Jan. 1890
£32.00

Card, c. 11 x 9cm,rounded corners. Very many thanks dear Mrs Taylor for your kind remembrance of my work | Agnes E. Weston.

[ G.G. Kilburne, genre painter ] Four Autograph Notes Signed G.G. Kilburne to an unnamed fellow artist

Author: 
G.G. Kilburne [ George Goodwin Kilburne (1839 – 1924), genre painter. ]
Publication details: 
Hawkhurst House, Steele's Road, Haverstock Hill, May, August, September, October 1877.
£120.00

All one page, 12mo, good condition. A. (23 May 1877) He thanks his correspondent for showing his drawings to Messrs Daldy, [publishers] adding, I presume the drawings would not all [underlined] be required very [underlined] soon. I am rather pressed for time just now. B. (3 Aug. 1877) [...] I shall be happy to work a little on the drwing, to give it a little more appearance of snoq, if you think it advisable. I am going out of town early tomorrow morning, but I shall be back in a few days, or if you prefer to send the drawing to me in the country , my address will be [...]. C.

[ James Lord Bowes; Japanese Art ] Two Autograph Notes in the third person consigning copies of his books (Japanese interest) to the editor of The Academy.

Author: 
James Lord Bowes (1834–1899), wealthy Liverpool wool broker, art collector and patron of the arts, author and authority on Japan and its art, and benefactor.
Publication details: 
[Printed heading, both] Japanese Consulate, Liverpool, 24 June 1890 AND 26 June 1895.
£120.00

NOTE 1: One page, 12mo, very good condition. Mr. James L. Bowes presents his compliments to the Editor of The Academy and has pleasure in forwarding for his acceptance copy of his new work on the Art of Japan entitled 'Japanese Pottery' and he ventures to draw attention to the Notes with which the volume concludes. Letter 2: Mr. Bowes presents his Compliments to the Editor of The Academy and begs to say that he has sent a Copy of his Monograph on Japanese Enamels entitled 'Notes on Shippo' for review in the Columns of his journal.

[ Moisey Ostrogorsky ] Two substantial Autograph Letters Signed M. Ostrogorski to Mr Symonds [Arthur G. Symonds, secy, National Reform Union], discussing papers Symonds has lent him (1889) and (1902) help Symonds gave him for his latest book.

Author: 
Moisey Ostrogorsky [ Moisey Yakovlevich Ostrogorsky (1854 -1921), politician, political scientist, historian, jurist and sociologist ]
Publication details: 
London, 10 Keppel Street | Russell Square | 4 August 1889 AND Paris, 132 rue d'Assas, 5 December 1902.
£850.00

LETTER ONE (1889): Three pages, 12mo, bifolium, closely written, fold mark, first page foxed but text clear and complete. He expalins how he missed seeing him on friday at length (did not find my people at the Reform Club etc). I was obliged, to my deepest regret, to give up my visit to Manchester. Still I am very glad that I enjoyed your conversation on Thursday. He is not certain whether he'll be able to see him in Manchester so I am now more inclined to accept your kind offer to answer my questions by writing.

James Kennaway Colling; Chromolithography ] Autograph Letter Signed James K. Colling to Revd. H.T. Ellacombe, divine and antiquary [Wikipedia]..

Author: 
James K. Colling [ James Kellaway Colling (1816–1905), architect, watercolour artist, noted book illustrator, pioneer of early Chromolithographic printing.]
Publication details: 
6 Ridgmount Place, Hampstead Road, [London], 25 May 1857.
£120.00

Three pages, 12mo, bifolium, fold marks, very good condition. If you will let me know what Numbers you require of the Gothic Ornaments {his work first published in 1838] I will endeavour to let you have them. It is very probable that you would not get them at my publishers as there being so little demand for the work now in Numbers we bind them all up as far as we can- But if you will let me know what you require I will send them to you and charge you only [underlined] 2/6 per Number.

[ Violet Fane ] Autograph Signatures Only Mary Montgomery Currie | (Violet Fane) | Sept. 1899

Author: 
Violet Fane, pseudonym of Lady Mary Montgomerie Currie (née Lamb,1843–1905), poet, a writer, and later an ambassadress.
Publication details: 
[Printed Heading] Hawley, Blackwater, Hants.
£45.00

One page, 12mo, good condition.

[ George Manville Fenn, author ] Autograph Sentiment & Signature only G M Fenn on headed notepaper.

Author: 
George Manville Fenn (1831–1909), prolific English novelist, journalist, editor and educationalist.
Publication details: 
[Printed] Syon Lodge, Isleworth, 10 June 1898 (the '98' might have been added by another hand.)
£25.00

One page, 12mo, good condition. With pleasure, and thanks for compliments | G M Fenn ||.

[George III; Spencer Perceval, Prime Minister.] Royal Signature ('George R') to document directing payment of servants of the younger princes from duties from Barbados and Leeward Islands, countersigned by Perceval and two other Lords of the Treasury

Author: 
George III, King of England; Spencer Perceval, the only Prime Minister to be assassinated; William Eliot (1767-1845, latterly Earl of St Germans) and William Sturges-Bourne, Lords of the Treasury
Publication details: 
'Given at our Court at St James's the 16th: day of November in the forty ninth Year of our Reign'. [i.e. 1808]
£750.00

2pp, folio. On a single sheet. In fair condition, lightly aged and worn, folded twice into the customary packet. The first page is headed with the king's scrawled signature ('George R.'), he being practically blind with cataracts at the time of signing. The document is countersigned at the end by three Lords of the Treasury: 'Sp Perceval | Wm Eliot | W Sturges Bourne'. The tax stamp is in its customary position in the left-hand margin of the first page.

[American Revolution;George III, Lord North, Chas. Townshend and Sir Francis Dashwood (Hell-Fire Club).] Autograph Signatures ('George R', 'North', 'C Townshend' and 'F Dashwood'), with those of Sir John Turner and Thomas Fisher, on Treasury warramt.

Author: 
King George III; Sir Francis Dashwood [Lord le Despencer] of the Hell-fire Club ('Monks of Medmenham'); Lord North, Prime Minister; Charles Townshend; Sir John Turner [Major. General John Barrington]
Publication details: 
'Given at Our Court at St. James's this 17th. Day of November 1762 In the Third Year of Our Reign.'
£1,500.00

2pp, foolscap 8vo. In fair condition, lightly aged and worn, with strip of paper from mount adhering to one edge. The document has three horizontal fold lines, one of which has led to wear at along the foot of Dashwood's signature. An interesting assemblage of individuals. Of the six signatories three played a significant part in the American Revolution: King George III and his Prime Minister Lord North, with Charles Townshend, who was responsible for the unpopular 'Townshend Acts', taxing the colonies and leading to the Boston Massacre.

[ Highclere Castle; Downton Abbey; Auction Catalogue ] Heroes at Highclere | Auction Guide inscribed by some of the cast of Downton Abbey.

Author: 
[ Highclere Castle; Downton Abbey ]
Publication details: 
Highclere Castle, Sunday 16 October 2011.
£120.00

TWO COPIES, leaflet, auction catalogue, 8pp., 8vo each, very good to fine condition. Illustrated Catalogue including items from Downton House, inc. script from Episode One. COPY ONE: Inscribed front Fiona [Carn?] [Fiona, Lady Carnarvon, Countess of Carnarvon] and Signed on the back page by actors who appeared in Downton Abbey: Jim Carter (also the 'auctioneer'), Phyllis Logan Lesley Nicol, Sophie McShera, Hugh Bonneville, and Allen Leach. COPY TWO: A marked copy, with prices realised.

[ B.P. Shillaber; humorist ] Autograph Note Signed B.P. Shillaber to a Walter G. Webster responding to a request for his autograph

Author: 
B.P. Shillaber [Benjamin Penhallow Shillaber (1814-1890), American printer, editor, and humorist.]
Publication details: 
Chelsea, Mass., 20 July 1872.
£50.00

Part of leaf from exercise book (it seems), 12.5 x 11.5cm, laid down on paper slightly larger, good condition. Dear Sir: I comply with your request very willingly, and subscribe myself Yours autographically | and truly | B.P. Chillaber | for sef and | Mrs Partington.

[George III, King of England.] Four documents by King George III, all in his Autograph, giving detailed instructions (retinue, route, accommodation) for a journey into Hampshire, with reference to Fanny Burney and Sir William Pitt's Highfield House

Author: 
George III (1738-1820), King of England [Sir William Augustus Pitt of Highfield House; Fanny Burney (Madame D'Arblay)]
Publication details: 
For a journey taking in Egham, Basingstoke, Salisbury, Andover, and Sir William Pitt's Highfield House in Hampshire. Probably all written around the same time, between around 1786 and 1790.
£1,500.00

Four sets of travel instructions by George III, all in his autograph, none dated but seemingly relating to the same journey, taking in the Highfield House estate of General Sir William Augustus Pitt (c. 1728-1809), and also referring to Egham, Basingstoke, Winsdsor, Andover. A referring to the novelist Fanny Burney (1752-1840), narrows the date of at least one of the documents to between 1786 and 1790, the period during which Burney was a Keeper of the Robes. On four leaves, and totalling 5pp, ranging in size from 4to to long narrow 8vo (see descriptions below for dimensions).

[George III; Lord North; Lord Barrington; Earl of Onslow; Jeremiah Dyson; John Lloyd] King's Signature ('George R.'), with those of North, Barrington, Onslow, Dyson and Lloyd, to warrant placing Jacob Carnac of 84 Regiment of Foot on half pay.

Author: 
George III (1738-1820); Frederick North, 2nd Earl of Guilford (1732-92); George Onslow, 1st Earl of Onslow (1731-1814); Jeremiah Dyson (1722-76); William Barrington, 2nd Viscount Barrington (1717-93)
Publication details: 
'Given at Our Court at St. James's this 27th day of September 1769 in the Ninth Year of Our Reign.'
£750.00

The present document carries the signatures of three central figures on the British side during the American War of Independence: King George III, his Prime Minister Lord North, and Secretary at War Lord Barrington, along with the signatures of the Earl of Onslow, Jeremiah Dyson and John Lloyd, Deputy Auditor of the Imprest. 2pp, foolscap 8vo. In fair condition, lightly aged and worn. Thin strip of paper from mount adhering to inner edge on first page.

[ H.D. Traill ] Autograph Letter Signed H.D. Traill to [George Townsend Warner] somewhat testily about Warner's contribution to Traill and Mann's Social England.

Author: 
H.D. Traill [ Henry Duff Traill (1842 – 1900), author and journalist.]
Publication details: 
The Mulberries, 21 October 1893.
£56.00

Three pages, 12mo, bifolium, good condition. Herewith I send your formal letter of agreement [not present] with respect to the contribution kindly forwarded by you to Social England [Traill and J.S. Mann's Social England: A Record of the Progress of the People in Religion, Laws, Learning, Arts, Industry, Commerce, Science, Literature and Manners, from the Earliest Times to the Present Day]. | I note the wish you have expressed to Mr. Mann that you may be put into communication later with the authors of other sections and will see that it is attended to.

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