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ALDISS (Brian Wilson, 1925-2017, Writer best known for his Science Fiction works)

Typed Letter Signed to John Gwynne Hughes thanking him for his letter and sending his autograph, saying he is "delighted to give it to you ...". 1 side A4, Heath House, Southmoor, Berks, 1st August

Item Date:  1972
Stock No:  39886      £150

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[ALEXANDRA FEODOROVNA (1872-1918, the Tsarina of Nicholas II of Russia) with her daughter the Grand Duchess TATIANA(1897-1918)]

Wonderful Unsigned Russian cabinet photo by B. Avanzo in Moscow showing the Empress in profile wearing a lovely white dress, holding her infant daughter who is wearing a christening robe, 6½" x 4¼", annotated on the verso in Russian, Moscow,

Item Date:  1897
Stock No:  39820      £425

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ALI (Muhammed, 1942-2016, American Boxer, Heavyweight Champion of the World, Activistist)

Signature on a piece of paper 5½" x 4", together with a small black and white photograph showing him half length, 5" x 4", and the envelope addressed to David Milner, postmarked Orwigsburg, Pennsylvania, 10th November

Item Date:  1977
Stock No:  39911      £150

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AUDEN (W. H., 1907-1973, British born American Poet)

Autograph Envelope signed addressed to John Gwynne Hughes, at St Piran's, Maidenhead, Berkshire, 7" x 3½", Christ Church, Oxford, postmark not legible but circa

Item Date:  1972
Stock No:  39824      £175

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BASTARD-39457-1.jpg EXPERIMENTS ON HORSE POWER
BASTARD (Lieutenant, Lieutanant and Commander in the Navy during the Napoleonic Wars)

Small collection of Autograph material addressed to Lieutenant Bastard R.N. comprising two long letters from James Brown, the first says that "in looking over the memo of Firebrands Experiments, I perceive the Cause why your friends in their mode of reckoning came so near the truth as to the result of the Speed per hour, and if you will again look over the times you will perceive, the up and down Exp. vary only about a minute. The nearer therefore those approximate the closer will this mode approach the truth. But, now take and Extreme case ... suppose you had continued your trials ... you would have had the current stronger with and against you, consequently you would have completed the mile down in less time and the one up in a longer period ..." and then he calculates the average speeds, and ends that "you may in case of further conversation entrap your opponent by suggesting a case similar to the above ...", the next letter hopes he has recovered from his Party and tells him that he will send the tools he has ordered on to him at "Falmouth. This arises from their only having been ordered by the Admiralty on the 12th Inst ... Boiler complete with Steam Box & Chimney ... Engines complete ... Coal Box ... Duplicate Piston ..." and gives their total weight, together with a manuscript account headed "Horse Power", "Consider that a horses power is equal to raising 33,000 lbs through the space of one foot in one minute, and on this data the power of the Steam Engine is calculated ... each square inch of the Piston is supposed equal to 7 lbs ..." he goes on to give examples and calculations relating to Safety Valves, Injection of water, Paddle Wheels and Coals per hour, in total 6 sides 4to., the letters no place and 25 Jewry Street, no date and 27th October 1832 together with his handwritten notebook with pages of different notes with pages titled "Tide Table", "Magnetic Bearings & Distance in Nautical Miles" and "City of Edinburgh and James Watt Engines 26 Nov. 1821" which has listings of the various strokes of the engines, the paddle wheel and the rings and then the original of the manuscript account on Horses Powerand the calculations from the experiments, the leatherbound notebook 4½" x 3", 34 sides are written on, May a few pages from the notebook removed

Item Date:  1829
Stock No:  39457      £775

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