[ Henry C. Rawlinson, Assyriologist etc ] Autograph Letter Signed "H C Rawlinson" to "My dear Alice", wife of "Stephen" [Gatty], judge.

H.C. Rawlinson [ Major-General Sir Henry Creswicke Rawlinson (1810–1895), East India Company army officer, politician and Orientalist, sometimes d
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[Embossed "India Office, Whitehall, S.W.] Sylvester House, Eastbourne, 12 August [no year; 1892?].

Two pages, 8vo, bifolium, sl. staining, but text clear, mainly good condition. He is forewarding two notes from Lord Knutsford [not present], but "you have probably heard by Telegraph direct from Stephen on the subject.. I don't exactly understand the dates or order of the notes but the essential thing is does Stephen accept the Puisne Judgeship [of the Straits Settlement] or not?

Autograph Letter Signed ('Alfred Gatty') from Rev. Alfred Gatty, Vicar of Ecclesfield, to his son the Hon. Stephen Gatty, Puisne Judge of the Straits Settlements [Singapore], filled with family news.

Rev. Alfred Gatty (1813-1903), Vicar of Ecclesfield and Subdean of York Minister, father of Sir Stephen Herbert Gatty (1849-1922), chief justice of Gibraltar, and of Juliana Horatia Ewing (1841-1885)
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Ecclesfield, Yorkshire. 23 May 1894.

3pp., 12mo. 62 lines of text. On bifolium. Good, on lightly-aged paper; neatly written in a close hand. An affectionate letter, addressed to 'Dearest Stephen'. He begins: 'It seems a long while since I heard anything of or from you - the last news was in a letter from Alice [Stephen's wife], which Horatia [Stephen's sister] allowed me to see.' He complains jokingly that his son 'cannot be in a more trying climate than ours is this May - for it is as cold as Xmas, and the bitter cold of a settled N. E.

[Printed British parliamentary paper, 1913.] British Trade in Certain Colonies. Reports on British Trade in British West Africa, Straits Settlements, British Guiana, and Bermuda. Furnished to the Board of Trade by the Honorary Correspondents [...]

[British parliamentary reports on British trade in British West Africa, Straits Settlements, British Guiana, and Bermuda, 1913.]
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London: Published by His Majesty's Stationery Office. Printed by Darling and Son, Ltd, London. 1913.

Folio, 59 pp. Stitched. In original blue printed wraps. Good, on lightly-aged paper, in lightly-worn wraps. Title ends: '[...] by the Honorary Correspondents of their Commercial Intelligence Branch in those Colonies. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of His Majesty.' Title-page carries shelf-mark and stamp of the Bibliotheque du Palais de la Paix. Scarce.

On the observations made with a rigid specteoscope, by Captain Mayne and Mr. Connor, on a voyage to the Straits of Magellan.

J. P. Gassiot, F.R.S.
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London: presentation copy to John Tyndall of the Royal Institution of offprint from the 'Proceedings of the Royal Society', No. 94, 1867.

8 leaves, 8vo, paginated [5-6] 7-19 [1]. Stitched: in contemporary brown plain wraps. In good condition, though folded in half lengthwise and with wraps rather grubby. Inscription reads 'Dr Tyndall FRS &c &c | from J P G'.

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