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SACKVILLE (Lord George Sackville Germain, 1716-1785, from 1782 1st Viscount, Secretary of State)

Autograph Letter in the third person to Dr Hunter, Windmill Street, London, saying that "Lady George continues perfectly well and proposes keeping her appointment with him in Novemr. next ... Lord George has ordered a Buck to be sent from Drayton ... it will arrive on Saturday morning", good armorial seal, 1 side 4to., Pall Mall, 6th August

Item Date:  1770
Stock No:  13213      £65

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SALAS (José Joaquín de Montealegre, 1698-1771, Marqués de Salas, Secretary of State at Naples, 1738-1746, from 1740 Duque de Montealegre, from 1749 Ambassador to the Republic of Venice)

Fine Passport Signed with his Paraph after his woodblock signature 'J Marq[ué]s de Salas', in Spanish with translation, on behalf of Carlos III (1716-1788, from 1759 King of Spain), as King of Naples, 1734-1759, saying that "Gaetano, Vicente, Paolo and Giovanna Rossi, Margarita & Isabella Ricci, all six of them Venetians, are leaving for Rome, and have shown and justified the good purpose that moves them to make this journey, praying that they may be granted a valid Passport for the safety of their persons, and freedom of passage ... Accordingly His Majesty ... commands all his Ministers and Officials of justice and of war, and, to those who are not, I ask and charge in his Royal Name, that they do not ... permit anyone to annoy or hinder them on their journey, but rather show all the favour necessary for them to carry it out", printed with manuscript additions, fine circular copper engraving of Salas's arms 2¾ inches diameter, 1 side folio, endorsed on conjugate leaf "Renewed 7th July at the instance of the Receiver for Malta", Portici, 21st June (Translation)
Don José Joaquín de Montealegre, Duque de Montealegre, Marqués de Salas, Commendador of Oreja in the Order of Santiago and of Portezuelo in that of Calatrava, Gentleman of the Bedchamber to Our Lord the King, Knight of his Royal Order of San Gennaro, his Counsellor of State, his Secretary of State, and of the Despatch of the affairs of State, War and the Navy.
In that Gaetano, Vicente, Paolo and Giovanna Rossi, Margarita & Isabella Ricci, all six of them Venetians, are leaving for Rome, and have shown and justified the good purpose that moves them to make this journey, praying that they may be granted a valid Passport for the safety of their persons, and freedom of passage, and our Lord the King has chosen to expedite it: Accordingly His Majesty ordains and commands all his Ministers and Officials of justice and of war, and, to those who are not, I ask and charge in his Royal Name, that they do not grant or permit anyone to annoy or hinder them on their journey, but rather show all the favour necessary for them to carry it out. Given in Portici, the 21st June 1743. [Woodblock Signature] J. Marqués de Salas [His paraph]
Gratis.
[Engraved Coat of Arms of Salas]
Valid for eight days.
[Conjugate leaf] Renewed the 7th July 1743 at the Instance of the Receiver for Malta.


Item Date:  1743
Stock No:  56197      £325

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SALISBURY (James Edward Hubert Gascoyne-Cecil, 1861-1947, from 1903 4th Marquess)

AN in third person to the Lord Mayor (Sir William Treloar) about an invitation, 1 side 8vo., 11th September top left corner defective touching one letter, traces of mounting on verso

Item Date:  1907
Stock No:  13220      £10

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SALISBURY (Robert Edward Peter Gascoyne-Cecil, b. 1916, from 1972 6th Marquess)

Autograph Letter Signed signed 'Bobbity' to "My Dear Walter"  MONCKTON  (1st Viscount Brenchley, Walter Turner, 1891-1965, Director of Midland Bank Ltd.), saying how terribly sad it is that they will no longer be working together, "we have had a connection of over 10 years...ever since we voiced our opinions in the Canning Club, with far greater confidence then, I am afraid, I feel now", he goes on to that he has done a tremendous job in the Ministry and that he must want a break before he starts his new position, "which I am delighted to know, will bring you into our House, where I shall continue to pick your brains", 2 side 8vo, Privy Council Office, Whitehall, 15th January

Item Date:  1957
Stock No:  27886      £55

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SALISBURY (Robert Cecil, 1830-1903, Prime Minister, from 1868 3rd Marquess)

Fine signature 'Salisbury' with autograph subscription 'Your obedient Servant' on writing paper, 1 side 8vo., no place, no date, circa

Item Date:  1900
Stock No:  54966      £30

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