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SABATIER (Paul, 1858-1928, French Protestant theologian, biographer of St. Francis)

Autograph Letter Signed, in French with translation, to 'Dear Mademoiselle', saying he is "in a whirlwind of work. Hence the delay in my thanks for the £3 sterling", thanks which "come to you heart-felt and in winged haste", asking if she might be coming to see them next spring, then breaking off as "I am told that Mgr. Lacroix, the bishop ... has just arrived", 2 sides 8vo., Chantegrillet by Crest, Drôme, 16th September

Item Date:  1903
Stock No:  50540      £75

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SABATIER (Paul, 1858-1928, French Protestant theologian, biographer of St. Francis)

Autograph Letter Signed, in French with translation, to Reginald Lane Poole, (1857-1939, Editor of the English Historical Review, Lecturer in Diplomatic at Oxford 1896-1927), inviting him and Mrs. Poole to lunch, "Miss Smith, the English friend with whom I am staying, would also be very pleased to make your acquaintance", 2 sides 8vo., 17 Trinità dei Monti, Rome, 'Tuesday' no date, c.

Item Date:  1900
Stock No:  50539      £100

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SAINT-GEORGE (Frédéric Prosper Harscouët, 1782-1853, Vicomte de)

Signature 'Vi[com]te de St George' and inscription in French "with friendly greetings", blind-embossed SG and coronet, n.p., n.d., c. lightly pasted to conjugate blank

Item Date:  1850
Stock No:  16298      £15

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SAMUEL (Sir John Smith, 1870-1934, from 1896 Official Secretary to the Lord Provosts of Glasgow, Ceremonial Secretary to the Corporation of Glasgow)

Typed Letter Signed to John Douglas, thanking him for the Year Book "of very great value to the numerous Scotsmen in London", gilt embossed arms of Glasgow, 1 side folio, City Chambers, 6th October

Item Date:  1910
Stock No:  13227      £20

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[SAVAGE CLUB (E.E. Peacock, Hon. Sec.)]

Delightful pictorial menu for "Ladies' Night", designed by Oliver Paque, showing chairman Sir William Purdie Treloar (Lord Mayor, 1906), greeting the ladies who are in beautiful evening gowns, a most animated scene, on the verso are the names of no fewer than 28 entertainers, including Miss Nellie Ganthony, who replies to 'The Ladies' and proposes the health of 'The Club', 2 sides card 11¼" x 14¼", Hotel Cecil, 13th May

Item Date:  1903
Stock No:  51785      £75

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