[ Nicholas Vansittart, Lord Bexley. ] Autograph Note in the third person, in French, to 'Mr: le Comte d'Autraignes'

Nicholas Vansittart, 1st Baron Bexley [ Lord Bexley ] (1766-1851), Tory politician, Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1812-1823
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Treasury Chambers [ Whitehall, London ]. 23 October 1806.

1p., 12mo. In fair condition, lightly aged, with creasing to one corner. Reads 'Mr. Vansittart presente ses Complimens a Mr: le Comte d'Autraignes et le prie de passer demain à la Tresoir a une heure apres midi.'

Autograph Letter Signed ('W Maccall') [to the publishers W. S. Sonnenschein & Co.].

William Maccall (1812-1888), Scottish writer and lecturer [W. S. Sonnenschein & Co.]
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14 November 1882; Stanhope Cottages, Bexley Heath.

4to, 1 page and 12mo, 2 pp (single 4to leaf, folded as to give two 12mo pp on one side). Thirty-seven lines of text. Maccall is 'willing to accept any proposal which is reasonable and just' concerning his 'Christian Legends' (published by Sonnenschein in 1882), and also 'to make sacrifices for the sake of obliging [...] As the one manuscript is about twice the length of the other - I speak from memory, - it might honestly claim better remuneration'.

Autograph Note Signed ('Hall Caine') to [Susannah] Manville Fenn (nee Leake), wife of George Manville Fenn (1831-1909), prolific author of juvenile stories

Thomas Henry Hall Caine (1853-1931), English novelist and playwright [George Manville Fenn]
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13 July 1888; Aberleigh Lodge, Bexlyheath, Kent.

One page, 12mo. Good, on lightly aged paper with some traces of previous mount adhering to blank reverse. He sends 'a thousand thanks' (for her invitation), but will 'then be over the seas & far away. I wish you the very pleasantest afternoon.' Sends his regards to her husband.

Autograph Letter in the third person to 'Mr. Amory'.

Nicholas Vansittart, 1st Baron Bexley
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Downing Street | January 22d. 1821.'

English Chancellor of the Exchequer (1766-1851). One page, 4to. Formal letter in the third person. Very good, with remains of brown-paper stub adhering to the verso of the blank second leaf of the bifoliate. 'Mr. Vansittart presents his Compliments to Mr.

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