Religion

Autograph Note Signed to (C. Ellis)

Author: 
James Martineau
Publication details: 
06/10/56
£45.00

Unitarian divine and philosopher. One page, 8vo. He alerts him that a consignment of Hymn Books had been sent to the "Maidstone Congregation", giving the binder's charge, and hoping they prove useful.

Autograph Note Signed, to "Paul O'W"(?)

Author: 
Francis Paget
Publication details: 
28/07/86
£25.00

Bishop of Oxford and theologian (1851-1911). One page, 8vo. He has enclosed a cheque as an instalment of his contribution to the Dr Pusey Memorial Fund.

Autograph Note Signed, N. Card. Wiseman, to Mrs Brewster.

Author: 
Cardinal Wiseman.
Publication details: 
London, 19 Nov. 1857.
£65.00

Archbishop of Westminster and writer (1802-1865). One page, 8vo, laid down, page from an album, some staining but text clear. "Madam / I have the oleasure of hereby complying with your request. / Yours sincerely / N. Card. Wiseman / Mrs Brewster". The request must have been for an autograph. Suitable for framing. Mrs Brewster was an autograph-collector who was fed with autograph letters by her father-in-law, Sir David Brewster, natural philosopher (see DNB). On this occasion she has made the approach herself.

Autograph letter signed to The Archdeaccon of Wiltshire.

Author: 
Francis Paget.
Publication details: 
Christ Church, Oxford, 5 March 1897.
£30.00

Bishop of Oxford, Dean of Christ Church, theologian (1851-1911). Two pages, 8vo, good condition. He thanks his correspondent for his letter "concerning Charlton Church". He will bring his proposal before the Governing Body, anticipating a meeting.

Autograph note signed to "The Revd [W?] H. Maddy".

Author: 
George Prevost.
Publication details: 
Stinchcombe, Dursley, Glos, 2 April 1866.
£50.00

Tractarian (1804-1893). Two pages, 12mo, good condition. "I learn this morning that Mrs Keble's funeral will not take place till Friday - I shall hope therefore to be at the meeting tomorrow - If you have [?] one to take my place do not trouble to alter things again - I am [but?] a poor speaker - and should be of but little use to you but I am heartily friend of the Society ".

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