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KELVIN (Lord, Sir William Thomson, 1824-1907, Physicist, Mathematician & Inventor)

Fine Autograph Letter Signed to Mr Griffiths, thanking him for his letter which has been forwarded from Glasgow which "reminds me, or rather puts me in mind, that I did not call for a reply from you on Thursday. I ought to have done so, but inadvertently did not, though in reality I think none of us felt that any of our remarks needed reply from you. I write now, first to thank you for your letter and to congratulate you on the successful conclusion of your splendid work. i hope you will still find time for more and more of scientific work, though I quite understand how difficult it must be for you to find time and energy to spare from your arduous university duty. Have you anything farther in hand or in view at present. You must not scruple to ask for anything that the Govt Grant can do to help, whether in the way of expenses for apparatus, or procuring skilled assistance, or more manual assistance ...", 4 sides 8vo., 12 Grosvenor Gardens, University Gardens added by hand, 20th February no year

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  39601      £475

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KIPLING (Rudyard, 1865-1936, Novelist & Poet)

Fine Autograph Letter to "Dear Waldstein" saying "Good luck for me! I hope to be able to run over ere long into your inaccessible hills (and you've no notion how bad the roads are running from the Heathfield Ridge North) and pay you a call ..." and that he wishes it could be today but he is expecting visitors, 1 side 8vo., Bateman's, Burwash Sussex, 2nd August A fine example for framing

Item Date:  1909
Stock No:  39610      £425

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KIPLING (Rudyard, 1865-1936, Novelist & Poet)

Fine Autograph Letter to "Mr Lowe-Brown" forwarding "to you, at Mr J. M. Fairburn's request, the enclosed letter and documents which, I think, explain themselves. My excuse for having delayed their expedition is that I have not been very fit of late. I shall be most pleased if you would care to let me know your opinions ...", 1 side 8vo., Bateman's, Burwash Sussex, 14th July

Item Date:  1933
Stock No:  39624      £425

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