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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]

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]

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]

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]

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]

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]

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]

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]

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]

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]

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]

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]

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]

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]

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 / $580 / €513 [No: 26612]

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]

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]

DEWAR, Sir James (1842-1923). Scientist. The inventor of cordite.
Three Autograph Letters Signed to Myers, 6 pages 8vo, Cambridge and the Royal Institution (2), 1889 and 1890.
£250 / $322 / €285 [No: 26589]

MARTIN, Helen Faucit (1814-1898). Actress.
Two Autograph Letters Signed, to Miss Cole and Lady Cole, 6 pages 8vo, Onslow Square, 23 March and 21 December no year.
£65 / $83 / €74 [No: 26588]

[ROOTES, William Ed., 1st Baron Rootes (1894-1964). Motor vehicle manufacturer.]
Group of 26 Typewritten Letters Signed & Autograph Letters Signed to Rootes from various correspondents, in all 14 pages 4to, 11 pages 8vo and 1 page folio, 1935-1964, where dated.
£185 / $238 / €210 [No: 26585]

REES, Abraham (1743-1825). Presbyterian minister & encyclopaedist.
Autograph Letter Signed to an unnamed correspondent, ½-page 4to (tipped to the remains of an album leaf, a little dust-stained), 7 Kings Road, Grays Inn, 6 February 1819.
£45 / $58 / €51 [No: 26581]

SWAN, Annie Shepherd (1859-1943). Novelist.
Autograph Letter Signed ('A Burnett Smith') on two sides of a correspondence card to Mrs Browne, Aldersyde, Hampstead, 8 June 1897.
£45 / $58 / €51 [No: 26575]