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THE PRINCE REGENT'S INSTRUCTIONS FOR ARRANGING TO MAKE A NEW DIAL FOR A CLOCK
GEORGE IV (1762-1830, King of Great Britain)

Autograph Letter, not signed, to Mr Peacock ordering him "immediately upon receipt of this apply ... for permission to go into the King's Gallery to take the measures, which Mr Vullamy requires to have worked in the enclosed sketch ... should be ready against he calls at the Palace tomorrow forenoon to take off the hand of the Dials, previous to your people removing the Dial itself, which it was agreed upon between Mr Farker, Mr Vullamy & me should be done to enable him to see the exact state of the Rods at the back of it, prior to his making a plan of what will be necessary to be done to afford me the benefit of a Similar Dial over the Looking Glass in my wardrobe ...", enclosing an "extract from Mr Vullamy's letter that accompanied the plan ...", 2 sides 4to., no place, no date, paper watermarked

Item Date:  1911
Stock No:  39356      £475

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THE KING GRANTS A REMISSION
GEORGE VI (1895-1952, King of England)

Fine Remission Document signed at the head to the Governor of Wakefield Prison, concerning William Thomas Dobson "convicted of conspiracy to defraud and sentenced to imprisonment for six months ...", remitting the remainder of his sentence, countersigned by Herbert MORRISON (1888-1965, Home Secretary), 2 sides folio with stamped seal, Court at St James's, 13th June

Item Date:  1942
Stock No:  39368      £375

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THE KING GRANTS A REMISSION
GEORGE VI (1895-1952, King of England)

Fine Remission Document signed at the head to the Governor of Wakefield Prison, concerning Henry Ferguson "convicted of receiving stolen property and sentenced to imprisonment for twelve months ...", remitting the remainder of his sentence, countersigned by Herbert MORRISON (1888-1965, Home Secretary), 2 sides folio with stamped seal, Court at St James's, 9th June

Item Date:  1944
Stock No:  39366      £375

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GODOLPHIN (Sidney, Earl of 1645-1712, English Statesman, Lord High Treasurer to Queen Anne), & 8th Earl of Pembroke (Thomas Herbert, 1656-1733, Statesman during the reigns of William III and Queen Anne)

Signature on the top half of a Treasury Order signed as receipted on the verso by Pembroke addressed to the Lord President of the Council "Order is taken this day of Aprill 1704. By virtue of Her Mats letters of Privy Seale bearing date the 29th day of Jany 1702. That you deliver and pay of such Her Mats Treasure remaining in your Charge unto Thomas Earle of Pembroke and Montgomery President of Her Mats most honble Privy Councill or his assignes the sume of Three hundred seventy five pounds for our Quarter of a year due at Lady day last ...", half of 2 sides folio, no place, 19th May

Item Date:  1704
Stock No:  39321      £75

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