HUSKISSON, William, letters, autographs, documents, manuscripts



Home | Archive | Facsimiles | Forgeries | Back

The image shows part of a sample letter only.

HUSKISSON, William (1770-1830). Statesman. Killed by a railway train.
Series of 13 Autograph Letters Signed to J C Herries, 30 pages 8vo and 4to, London, Earlham, and Somerset Place, 1823-1826. With an Letter Signed of Carr to Herries, 1826. Forwarding letters (no longer present) mostly from Liverpool merchants (including John Gladstone) relating to payment of import and export duty, giving his assessment of their cases, and discussing business relations.
'... [John] Gladstone writes to me that Ewart's Sons will carry on the Business & that his Capital will remain in the House, and that it will go on as heretofore; and that he therefore sees no reason why the arrangement with the Customs should not go forward. ...' (18 October 1823).
 '... Wilson, the late Member for the City, called upon me respecting this Case, which appears to be a very hard one. If any advance can be made to Mr Holland, on account of what is due to Him from Bermuda, and to be repaid out of that Debt, it seems urgent that such advance should be made without delay. ...'
(6 June 1826).
[No: 1334]


The image shows part of a sample letter only.


This is the archived description of an item that has already been sold. Please contact me if you would like any further intormation.