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BENNETT (Edward Turner, 1797-1836, Promoted Establishment of Entomological Society, which developed into the Zoological Society of London)

Signature, 29th November laid down

Item Date:  1835
Stock No:  13806      £10

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BENNETT (Alfred William, F.L.S., 1833-1902, Lecturer in Botany at Bedford College and St. Thomas' Hospital)

Autograph Letter Signed to Mr. Laidlaw, saying "kindly send Mr. Gale receipt for enclosed", 1 side 8vo., 6 Park Village East, N.W., 25th December spike hole without loss

Item Date:  1888
Stock No:  16723      £20

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BENNETT (Edward Turner, 1797-1836, Promoted Establishment of Entomological Society, which developed into the Zoological Society of London)

Small signature, laid down

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  14242      £10

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BENNETT (Alfred William, F.L.S., 1833-1902, Lecturer in Botany at Bedford College and St. Thomas' Hospital)

Autograph Letter Signed to  Robert Morton MIDDLETON , jr., F.L.S., F.Z.S., (1846-1909, English shipbroker and botanist), telling him that they had "spent the greater part of the month in Yorkshire, including 10 days at Rievaulx, which of course you know well ... I fear the autographs I enclose will be but a very small return for those you were kind enough to give me ..." [list of 10, including British and American naturalists], "I have also duplicate autographs of the following ... [list of 34, mostly scientists, some with notes of their specialities]. I have also duplicate portraits c[arte] de v[isite] size (some of them mounted, but could easily be soaked off) [list of 13, scientists, writers and public figures]. If any of the above are of the least value to you, do not scruple to ask for them, as they are simply filling up my box of duplicates. You showed me a list ... among them were I think Ld. Russell, & J. Faed (artist) ... & could offer in exchange Lubbock, Carpenter, Hooker, Tyndall, Huxley (I think, but sig. only) & a good many others", with a good contemporary woodblock view of the Houses of Parliament and St. Thomas' Hospital, from an illustrated paper, 6 sides 8vo., 6 Park Village East, Regent's Park, N.W., 12th September

Item Date:  1883
Stock No:  13897      £50

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BENNETT (Alfred William, F.L.S., 1833-1902, Lecturer in Botany at Bedford College and St. Thomas' Hospital)

Autograph Letter Signed to  Robert Morton MIDDLETON , jr., F.L.S., F.Z.S., (1846-1909, English shipbroker and botanist), saying he is "very glad to find that any of my autographs are of value ... to your collection ... Of the portraits I am afraid you will be disappointed to find ... that some of them are faded. The one of Admiral Fitzroy looks very spotty, but a little paint would set that all right, a process which all photographs go through before they are sent out. I did not see either of the plants that you name at Rievaulx. The flowering plants that interested me most ... were Primula farinosa & Epipactes palustris at Rievaulx ... But I was working more at Freshwater Algae" and pressing his correspondent to visit him, 3 sides 8vo., 6 Park Village East, Regent's Park, N.W., 18th September

Item Date:  1883
Stock No:  13898      £40

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