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DAVIES ((Sarah) Emily, 1830-1921, Feminist and Suffragist)

Fine Autograph Letter Signed in full to Miss Vernon thanking her for "all the trouble you are taking about the meeting. I was very glad to hear of the Soirée proposal. Miss Gaskell will have told you that Lord Lyttelton cannot take the Chair, & that I do not know of any other possible Lord. There is certainly none that we could ask to be Chairman, but we will keep a look out & persuade any one we can find to attend the meeting. I am expecting instructions from Miss Gaskell about asking Mrs Heywood. My impression is that the real effectiveness of a meeting often depends more on the energetic & judicious preparatory work, such as you are giving, & on its being well followed up afterwards, than on anything that the speakers can say or do ..." with a postscript that "The Bishop talked about Varlane (?) College in America, in reference to our College. It is an entirely different kind of thing. Mr Scott, the Editor of the Manchester Guardian, has paid a visit to the College & is prepared to write it up ...", Hitchin College, headed paper, 7th February no year but

Item Date:  1869
Stock No:  40032      £475

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DAY-LEWIS (Cecil, 1904-1972, from 1968 Poet Laureate)

Autograph Letter Signed to Alan Hancox saying that his "£15 will be acceptable. The Oxford Lecture has not been published it was given, as far as I remember in 1954 ...", 1 side oblong 8vo., with original autograph envelope, 96 Campden Hill Road, London, 23rd June

Item Date:  1957
Stock No:  39998      £125

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DEVONSHIRE (7th Duke, Sir William Cavendish, 1808-1891, Chancellor of London University, Liberal benefactor of Scientific & Industrial enterprise)

Autograph Letter Signed to W. S. Aldis acknowledging his "letter informing me that you have forwarded two Petitions to me for presentation to the House of Lords. I shall return to London in a day or two & will take an early opportunity of presenting them ...", 1 side 8vo., Chatsworth, Chesterfield, headed paper, 4th April slight discolouration on left hand edge from former mounting

Item Date:  1870
Stock No:  40018      £55

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DISRAELI (Benjamin, Earl of Beaconsfield, 1804-1881, Prime Minister & Novelist)

Autograph envelope, signed "B. Disraeli", marked "Immediate" to Sir Charles Trevelyan, 10" x 5", no place, 6th August

Item Date:  1852
Stock No:  40028      £150

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DISRAELI (Benjamin, Earl of Beaconsfield, 1804-1881, Prime Minister and Novelist)

Autograph Letter marked 'Private' Signed "Beaconsfield" to Sir W. DYKE Bart M.P. (William Hart, 1837-1931, Conservative Politician and Tennis Pioneer) "My dear Willie", telling him that he is going "up to town ... in case you are there, or when you are there, much wish to see you. It appears to me that the Party is about to meet Parliament without a leader or without a whip - or that some strange things are going to occur ...", 2 sides 8vo., on mourning paper, Hughenden Manor headed paper, 27th December

Item Date:  1870
Stock No:  40026      £475

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