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JAFFRAY (Alexander, 1614-1673, Bailie of Aberdeen & its representative in the Scottish Parliament, Director of Chancellary)

Signed contemporary copy of an inquisition in the Sheriff's Court, before Thomas Gordoun, Sheriff Depute, re the property of the late John Irwing of Artamhard in the townland of Putmurchie, including the mill, to which Patrick Irwing was lawful heir. The original subscribed by John Campbell, Sheriff Clerk of Aberdeen, this copy being "the true Extract of the principall Retour uponn the premisses remaining in the Chancellarie extracted coppied and collationed by me Alexander Jaffray of Kingiswalles ...", 1 side oblong folio on vellum, Aberdeen, 25th April

Item Date:  1655
Stock No:  1411      £175

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JEKYLL (Gertrude, 1843-1932, English Horticulturalist and Garden Designer)

Autograph Letter Signed to 'Dear Madam' saying that she "cannot refuse your request to come to my garden though I do all I can to avoid having what I may call outside' invitations - but your being now a neighbour makes some difference. But I would so much rather if you would come in August, when I could show you some attempts at colour arrangement. I am, alas! obliged to give so much of my ground for commercial use that I have next to no plants arranged for June, & after the spring flowers are over & the Azaleas, there is nothing of colour effects to see till about the 2nd week of August ...", 1 side 4to., together with some related ephemera,Munstead Wood, Godalming, 9th June

Item Date:  1913
Stock No:  39600      £295

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JEKYLL (Gertrude, 1843-1932, English Horticulturalist and Garden Designer)

Autograph Letter Signed to 'Dear Miss Sanders' saying that she is going away for a week "& am sorry I have not had a spare moment before then. On my return I shall have to get in to some heavy work & shall have to shut my door. In any case I never see anyone till the late afternoon. Perhaps it would be best for you if you came when I am away ... It is about the worst time for my garden as it is just planted out for the summer. I mean nothing is visible of my arrangements for colour. But the wood walks in the upper part of the ground are pleasant ...", with a postscript that she must "give the card enclosed when you come ...", 1 side 4to., Munstead wood, Godalming, 13th June some very slight foxing

Item Date:  1913
Stock No:  39599      £275

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JELF (Sir Arthur Richard, 1837-1917, Judge)

Autograph Letter in the third person to Lord Mayor Treloar, regretting he cannot accept for 25th May, 1 side 8vo, Oak House, Carlton Road, Putney Hill, S.W., 10th April light remains of laying down on blank fourth side

Item Date:  1907
Stock No:  17474      £15

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JELF (Sir Arthur Richard, 1837-1917, Judge)

Autograph Letter in the third person to Lord Mayor Treloar, regretting he cannot accept for 25th May, 1 side 8vo, Oak House, Carlton Road, Putney Hill, S.W., 7th May light remains of laying down on blank fourth side

Item Date:  1907
Stock No:  17475      £15

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