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MEDIEVAL DOCUMENT, thirteenth century
Quitclaim: attractive document of nine lines in a bold hand, in Latin on vellum, lacking seals, contemporary endorsement and more recent inscription.
£350 / $462 / €406 [No: 26698]

MEDIEVAL DOCUMENT thirteenth century.
Grant with warrant by Alice Faraydone de Goudale of Pollington, Yorkshire, in a fine hand in good condition apart from one small hole. Lacking seal.
£375 / $495 / €435 [No: 26697]

ELVEY, Sir George Job (1816-1893). Organist and composer.
Series of seven Autograph Letters Signed to John Gough Nichols (1806-1873, printer), 23 pages 8vo, with one to Lucy [Nichols] from ?Mrs Elvey and two further letters.
£135 / $178 / €156 [No: 23346]

HOOD, Samuel, first Viscount (1724-1816). Admiral.
Autograph Letter Signed ('Hood') to an unnamed correspondent ('Dear Madam'), 1 page 4to, Bath, 27 October 1815.
£325 / $429 / €377 [No: 26692]

FRAZER, Sir James George (1854-1941). Social anthropologist. Author of 'The Golden Bough'.
Autograph Letter Signed to the editor of the Academy, 1 page 8vo with a three-stanza autograph poem on a conjoint leaf, Trinity College, Cambridge, 8 November 1884.
£325 / $429 / €377 [No: 26693]

PARRY, Sir William Edward (1790-1855). Arctic explorer.
Autograph Letter Signed to Hoppner (perhaps [Richard] Belgrave Hoppner, 1786-1872, diplomatist and marine painter), 1 page 8vo, Admiralty, 4 March 1828.
£250 / $330 / €290 [No: 26689]

LYELL, Sir Charles (1797-1875). Geologist.
Autograph Letter Signed to an unnamed correspondent ('My dear Sir'), 2 pages 12mo (one slight stain), 11 Harley Street, 28 March 1851.
£175 / $231 / €203 [No: 26688]

MELBOURNE, William Lamb, Viscount (1779-1848). Prime Minister 1834 and 1835-1841.
Autograph Letter Signed to an unnamed correspondent (starting without salutation), 1 page 8vo (attached to the remains of an album leaf), South Street, 3 February 1835.
£150 / $198 / €174 [No: 26690]

GASKELL, Elizabeth Cleghorn (1810-1865). Novelist.
Autograph Letter Signed ('E.C. Gaskell') to [Ann] Procter, wife of Bryan Waller Procter (1787-1874), 4 pages small 8vo, 42 Chester Terrace, no date (watermark. 1850 or 1856).
£650 / $858 / €754 [No: 26022]

GLADSTONE, William Ewart (1809-1898). Prime Minister 1868-1874, 1880-1885, 1886, and 1892-1894.
Autograph Letter Signed to [Richard Monckton Milnes] ('My dear Houghton'), 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper, 73 H[arley] Street, 8 July 1877.
£85 / $112 / €98 [No: 25066]

DIDOT, Firmin (1764-1836). French printer and typefounder.
Autograph Letter Signed ('Firmin Didot') in French to Claude Fauriel (1772-1844, French historian and philologist), 2 pages 8vo with integral address-leaf, Paris, 23 December 1809.
£225 / $297 / €261 [No: 26677]

MILLAIS, Sir John Everett (1829-1896). Painter.
Autograph Letter Signed ('John Everett Millais') to Sir Henry Holland (1788-1873, physician and traveller), 2 pages 8vo (blank absent), 7 Cromwell Place, 30 May 1871.
£110 / $145 / €127 [No: 26673]

BALFOUR, Arthur James, 1st earl of (1848-1930). Prime Minister 1902-1905.
Letter Signed ('A.J.B.'), as prime minister, to 'My dear Alfred (headed 'Mr. Cox'), 3 pages 8vo, 10 Downing Street, 2 December 1904.
£120 / $158 / €139 [No: 26671]

FRITH, William Powell (1818-1909). Painter.
Amusing Autograph Letter Signed to [Francis Cowley] Burnand (1836-1917), signed 'William Shakespeare Frith', 2 pages 8vo with blank leaf, 7 Pembridge Villas, 11 December 1857.
£75 / $99 / €87 [No: 26666]

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (1769-1852).
Autograph Letter Signed ('Wellington') to General Sir [James w]illoughby Gordon, 2 pages 8vo, S[tratfied] Saye, 7 September 1827.
£850 / $1122 / €986 [No: 26669]

CRANE, Walter (1845-1915). Artist.
Autograph Letter Signed on a halfpenny postcard to William Rossiter of the Free Library & Art Galler, Camberwell Road, Beaumont Lodge, 10 November 1887 (slightly creased).
£75 / $99 / €87 [No: 26667]

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (1769-1852).
Autograph Letter Signed ('Wellington') to General Sir [James w]illoughby Gordon, 2 pages 8vo, London 8 July 1839.
£550 / $726 / €638 [No: 26668]

SHACKLETON, Sir Ernest Henry (1874-1922). Explorer.
Letter Signed to [Charles] Buchel (Karl August Büchel, 1872-1950, artist), 1 page 8vo with blank leaf, Marlborough Club, Pall Mall, 22 June 1920.
£945 / $1247 / €1096 [No: 25463]

VICTORIA (1819-1901). Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
Document Signed ('Victoria R') on vellum with papered seal, given at St James's, 17 March 1847. In fine clean clean condition.
£325 / $429 / €377 [No: 26194]

ANNE (1665-1714). Queen of Great Britain and Ireland.
Letter Signed and subscribed in French ('Mon Frere / Votre bonne Soeur / Anne R'), to the duke of Lorraine, 2 pages folio with address-leaf, St James's, 23 April 1709.
£1550 / $2046 / €1798 [No: 26256]

ADAM, Robert (1728-1792). Architect.
Document Signed, a cheque made payable to Edward Rooker for sixty-three pounds, drawn on Messrs Innes and Hope, London, 30 March 1761.
£450 / $594 / €522 [No: 26660]

COLLIER, John (1850-1934). Portrait painter.
Group of eleven Autograph Letters Signed to various correspondents, 1882-1919 where dated From 7 Chelsea Embankment, 4 Marlborough Place, and North House, 69 Eton Avenue.
£350 / $462 / €406 [No: 26643]

BARRETT, Wilson (1846-1904). Actor and dramatist.
Fourteen Autograph Letters Signed to various correspondents, in all 18½ pages 8vo, from the Royal Princess and New Olympic Theatres, a number of hotels etc., 1882-1903 where dated
£285 / $376 / €330 [No: 26634]

BANCROFT, Sir Squire (1841-1926). Actor and theatre manager.
A large miscellaneous collection consisting of 48 Autograph Letters Signed, in all 89 pages 8vo and 3 correspondence cards, dated from 1877 to 1920.
£325 / $429 / €377 [No: 26635]

STEPHENSON, Robert (1803-1859). Railway and civil engineer.
Letter Signed ('Rob. Stephenson') to Peter Le Neve-Foster, secretary of the Society of Arts, 1 page 4to, 24 Great George Street, 3 July 1858.
£450 / $594 / €522 [No: 26612]

TELFORD, Thomas (1757-1834). Engineer.
Autograph Letter Signed ('Thomas Telford') to Mr ?Schlictegroll, 1 page 8vo (traces of mounting to the reverse), Salopian [Coffee House], 1 April 1816.
£425 / $561 / €493 [No: 26623]

DICKENS, Charles (1812-1870). Novelist.
Autograph Letter Signed ('Charles Dickens') to William Hazlitt (1811-1893, editor and translator), 2 pages 8vo, Offices of the Daily News, 'Thursday afternoon', no date.
£1500 / $1980 / €1740 [No: 26609]

DICKENS, Charles (1812-1870). Novelist.
Autograph Letter Signed to Messrs Seagrove & Company, 1 page 8vo with blank leaf inlaid to remains of an album leaf, Gad's Hill Place, 28 July 1866.
£1250 / $1650 / €1450 [No: 26608]

HOLLAND, Sir Henry, 1st Baronet (1788-1873). Physician and traveller.
Autograph Letter Signed to ?Thomas Allom, 2 pages 8vo (address-leaf removed), L[ower] Brook Street, 'Monday', dated in pencil in another hand '1833'.
£450 / $594 / €522 [No: 26496]

KITCHENER, Horatio Herbert, 1st Earl (1850-1916). Field Marshal.
Autograph Letter Signed ('Kitchener') to Lord Glenesk, 2 pages 8vo with a postscript ('K') on the third side, with original envelope, 17 Belgrave Square, 15 July 1902.
£375 / $495 / €435 [No: 26604]