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BRUNEL. Isambard Kingdom (1806-1859). Civil engineer.
Cheque signed ('I.K. Brunel') and partially complete by him, in favour of C.A. Saunders, for £58 2s. 6d., on Messrs Drummonds, London 3 November 1835.
£350 / $451 / €399 [No: 26756]

GRENVILLE, George (1712-1770). Prime Minister 1763-1765.
Autograph Letter Signed to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo (a little faint), Dropmore, 17 November 1820.
£85 / $109 / €96 [No: 26752]

CANNING, George (1770-1827). Prime Minister 1827.
Autograph Letter Signed to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo, Gloucester Lodge, 15 August 1822.
£120 / $154 / €136 [No: 26754]

LIVERPOOL, R.B. Jenkinson, Second Earl of (1770-1828). Prime Minister 1812-1827.
Letter Signed to the Rev. Dr Coke, 2 pages 4to (split in fold, some traces of old mounting), Fife House, 11 September 1813.
£125 / $161 / €142 [No: 26755]

BERLIOZ, Hector (1803-1869). French composer.
Autograph Letter Signed to Emile Deschamps, poet and author of the libretto of Roméo et Juliette, 1 page 8vo, Friday evening [27 October 1848].
£950 / $1225 / €1083 [No: 26746]

NEWCASTLE, 1st Duke of (1693-1768). Prime Minister 1754-1756, 1757-1760.
Document Signed, 1 page folio (trimmed at the right hand side barely touching the signature), Whitehall, 30 October 1744.
£85 / $109 / €96 [No: 26740]

PELHAM, Henry (1694-1754). Prime Minister 1743-1754.
Document Signed, 1 page folio, trimmed at the head and with the usual tear (for cancellation) in the right hand margin, barely affecting Pelham's signature.
£110 / $141 / €125 [No: 26739]

VERDI, Giuseppe (1813-1901). Italian operatic composer.
Fine Autograph Letter Signed to his librettist Salvatore Cammarano, 'celebrated melodramatic poet at the Theatre of Naples', 1 page 8vo with facing address-leaf, Milan, 2 June 1845.
£2250 / $2902 / €2565 [No: 26748]

GEORGE VI (1895-1952). King of Great Britain, Ireland, and the British Dominions.
Charming Autograph Letter Signed ('Albert') to the Sub[-Dean of Windsor], written at the age of 8, 2 pages 8vo in pencil (browned), York Cottage, 15 January 1904.
£450 / $580 / €513 [No: 26745]

ADDINGTON, Henry, 1st Viscount Sidmouth (1757-1844). Prime Minister 1801-1804.
Autograph Letter (third person) to J.B. Howell, 1 page 8vo (traces of mounting and a small tear not affecting the text), Treasury 16 ?November 1801.
£85 / $109 / €96 [No: 26741]

LLOYD-GEORGE, David, 1st Earl (1863-1945). Prime Minister 1916-1922.
Signature ('D. Lloyd George') with that of this wife ('Margaret Lloyd George') on a sheet of writing paper from 10 Cheyne Walk.
£65 / $83 / €74 [No: 26744]

LLOYD-GEORGE, David, 1st Earl (1863-1945). Prime Minister 1916-1922.
Autograph envelope addressed to 'Miss F.L. Stevenson CBE', postmarked 27 January 1931.
£75 / $96 / €85 [No: 26704]

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 / $451 / €399 [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 / $483 / €427 [No: 26697]

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 / $419 / €370 [No: 26693]

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 / $419 / €370 [No: 26692]

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 / $109 / €96 [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 / $290 / €256 [No: 26677]

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 / $154 / €136 [No: 26671]

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 / $709 / €627 [No: 26668]

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 / $1096 / €969 [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 / $96 / €85 [No: 26667]

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 / $419 / €370 [No: 26194]

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 / $580 / €513 [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 / $451 / €399 [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 / $367 / €324 [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 / $419 / €370 [No: 26635]

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 / $580 / €513 [No: 26496]

KITCHENER, Horatio Herbert, 1st Earl (1850-1916). Field Marshal.
Autograph Letter Signed to Captain Anson, 1 page 8vo (a little worn with some remains of old mounting and offsetting from hasty folding), Cairo, 28 April, no year.
£350 / $451 / €399 [No: 26603]

COACHMAKING
Collection of 5 letters relating to coaches and coachmaking, including Autograph Letter Signed from Elizabeth Fox (1750-1842), 1½ pages 4to, St Anne's Hill, 12 January 1810.
£325 / $419 / €370 [No: 26505]