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JACKSON (Sir Louis, 1856-1946, Major General)

"History of the United Service Club" signed and inscribed to G. P. Scrivener "with best wishes", 8vo., Committee of the United Service Club printed by Gale & Polden, Aldershot, May 1937, together with 2 Autograph Letters Signed the first sending the book as "your house has been associated with the Club from the beginning", and the other thanking him for a letter and saying that the "whole thing was very sudden - there was no cause for immediate anxiety ... we were going to have a specialist on Monday but ... she died - Heart Failure", 3 sides 8vo., 27 Cyril Mansions, 30th April and 13th March

Item Date:  1938
Stock No:  1407      £50

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JARDINE (Alexander, 1803-1869, Major-General, brother of Sir William Jardine 7th Baronet)

Autograph Letter Signed to 'Dear Sir' sending £3 "for the trouble you have kindly taken with my late brother-in-laws parcels", 1 side 8vo., Jardine Hall, 6th January

Item Date:  1854
Stock No:  13824      £15

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JELLICOE (Admiral of the Fleet John Rushworth, 1859-1935, Governor of New Zealand 1920-1924, President of the British Legion 1928-1932, from 1925 1st Earl)

Autograph Letter Signed to Colonel D.F. Franklin, explaining that he "will not be able to attend the meeting of the Sports Committee ... re the Millers' International Fund" owing to "the Master Cutlers dinner at Sheffield", 1 side 8vo., Copgrove Hall, Burton Leonard, Harrogate, 17th October traces of transparent tabs on blank verso

Item Date:  1927
Stock No:  52475      £55

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JELLICOE (Earl John, 1859-1935, Admiral of the Fleet, Governor-General of New Zealand, Commander at Jutland)

Autograph Letter Signed to Oliphant, regretting that he cannot visit him at Greenwich as "we go to the Isle of Wight on July 20th. The Prince of Wales visits the Island ... and we are entertaining him during the visit. The day is not settled yet ...", 1 side 8vo., 80 Portland Pl., W1, 10th June

Item Date:  1926
Stock No:  1440      £75

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JERVIS (Swynfen, 1797-1869, Radical M.P., Soldier and Author)

Autograph Letter Signed to John Wood, Secretary of the Labourer's Friend Society at Exeter Hall, saying he has received a propectus of the Society from Bridport in Dorset, but explaining that such schemes "draw public attention from the real cause of half the suffering we see around us, the accursed Corn-laws", saying that mistaking the symptoms for the disease has led to "many of the social evils we have been and are still labouring under", at best the society's Plan is "a delusion", 1 side 8vo. and conjugate address leaf, 3 Whitehall Place, London, 23rd September small defect in blank margin of conjugate leaf from seal and traces of laying down

Item Date:  1837
Stock No:  52717      £75

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