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ALDRIDGE (Harold Edward James, b. 1918, Writer)

Autograph Letter Signed to Miss Cond, sending the "postage for the coat-lining", and saying "Our boy was very ill again ... I had hoped to come down and repay it in person" and "bring the family to the Deer Park for a weekend. Now we are off to Switzerland, so I shant be able to fish in your stream ... many thanks for your trouble", 23 Queensgate Terrace, S.W.7, 12th May n.y., c.

Item Date:  1960
Stock No:  16671      £20

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ALDRIDGE (Harold Edward James, b. 1918, Writer)

Autograph Letter Signed to Miss Cond, saying "How nice to hear from you again ... we always go off to the sun in the summer", but if they do come down to Devon "we''ll drop in ... The elder boy is 16, the younger 12. They havent been bitten with the writing bug, but they have both got our travelling bug ... I am writing a history of Cairo at the moment", 2 sides 8vo., 21 Kersley Street, Battersea, S.W.11, 5th May

Item Date:  1966
Stock No:  16672      £20

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ALEXANDER (Mrs Cecil Frances, 1818-1895, Hymn-writer and Poetess, wife of the Bishop of Derry)

Exceptional Autograph Letter Signed to Mrs Selwyn, wife of  George Augustus, (George Augustus Selwyn, 1809-1878, first Bishop of New Zealand, 1841, from 1868 Bishop of Lichfield) saying se is delighted "to do anything for you or your Bishop but it is very true that much of my hymns are copyright. Of those that you have named only the last two 'We are but Little Children' and 'When Wounded Sore' are at my disposal and I freely place them at your disposal. The first hymn you name 'For all thy Saints' is not mine. I enclose the hymns that I wrote lately and which have never been published, perhaps the Bishop might approve of them for the New Zealand collection ..." she goes on to apologise for her late reply as she has been away and hadn't been able to "get hold of the enclosures till today. Dear Caroline Abraham! the sight of you at Croydon brought her so vividly to my mind but it was not a place to speak of what was in one's heart. I should so have liked to have a good talk with you ... I hope we may be able some day to make out a visit to Lichfield when we are in England, it would gratify us both very much but the Bishop of Derry is generally in a hurry ...", 4 sides 8vo., The Palace, Derry, 27th October, no year, circa

Item Date:  1877
Stock No:  33382      £275

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ALISON (Sir Archibald, 1792-1867, Lawyer and Historian, from 1852 1st Bart.)

Autograph Letter Signed signed by him and by his daughter 'Ella F. Cutler Fergusson', to the latter's counsel Hamilton Pyper, recommending that "Rbt. Lauderdale Maitland of Eldon is the most suitable person as a next neighbour and old friend of her deceased Husband to be the factor loco tutoris to her son Robert", 2 sides 8vo., Possil House, Glasgow, 2nd December traces of mounting on blank verso of conjugate leaf

Item Date:  1859
Stock No:  12098      £20

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ALISON (Sir Archibald, 1792-1867, Scottish Lawyer and Historian)

Signature from a letter, circa

Item Date:  1860
Stock No:  53372      £10

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