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PAGET (Rev. Francis Edward, 1806-1882, Story Writer)

Signature on lower portion of letter to M. Madan, Esq., on the verso he refers to preparing "the lad" and "the girl" for confirmation, no place, no date, c.

Item Date:  1860
Stock No:  18670      £10

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PALGRAVE (Francis Turner, 1824-1897, Poet, Critic, Editor of the 'Golden Treasury')

Autograph Letter Signed to Mrs Pleasence regretting that "absence from this place has delayed my reply ... My Frank's address which you kindly ask is Hetton ... I do not think he is often in the city, but it could be, I am sure, an honour to him to be acquainteed with your distinguished son ...", 2 sides 8vo., Lyme, Dorset, 1st May no year

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  38771      £45

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PARDOE (Julia, 1806-1862, English Writer and Traveller)

Autograph Letter Signed 'J H Pardoe' to  S[amuel] C[arter] HALL , (1800-1889, editor 1839-1880 of the 'Art Journal'), asking him to kindly insert a notice of her "Traits and Traditions of Portugal", due out "by the 8th or 10th of next month - It is dedicated by permission to Princess Augusta - I do not know whether it will be advisable to name that circumstance ...", with regards to Mrs. S.C. Hall, the writer, 1 side 8vo., with addressee's name on conjugate leaf, no place, Friday Morning, no date, ca.

Item Date:  1850
Stock No:  11711      £50

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PARDOE (Julia, 1806-1862, English Writer and Traveller)

Autograph Letter Signed to an unnamed correspondent, "My dear Madam", asking if a servant had left "a small parcel containing a white shirt & some black ... at your house yesterday by mistake? ..." asking that the bearer can take it if so, and also saying that "I left your dear little girl ... with a bloom upon her cheeks which I am sure would have delighted you, and as happy as a bird! ..." sending her best wishes to Miss Lowden and Mr Tennent, 2 sides 16mo., 63 Chester Square, no date, the letter is dampstained and laid down and the other pieces are very slightly dampstained

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  30515      £65

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PARDOE (Julia, 1806-1862, English Writer and Traveller)

Autograph Letter Signed to Schulzer, asking him to let her "have the termination of the parcel of MS now in your hands ..." and promising to return it by messenger, together with 4 manuscript pages of poetry, with a separate annotation that they are "Part of a Translation of Sorelli's Peste by Miss Pardoe" starting "On which they look'd, & worshipped as they knelt! / When first the anger of the Lord pealed out, / Each angel heart beat quicker, fear and awe / Fell on the Heavenly Host; for well they knew / ...", the letter 1 side 8vo., 5 Denbigh St, Tuesday, no date, and the translation 124 lines on 4 sides 4to., no place, no date, and a contemporary engraving from the drawing by Lilley, the letter is dampstained and laid down and the other pieces are very slightly dampstained

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  3259      £65

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