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ALLENBY (Edmund Henry, 1st Viscount, 1861-1936, Soldier, Field Marshal, High Commissioned in Egypt)

Autograph Envelope Signed with initials 'EHA' to Hampson GARY, (1873-1952, American Diplomat) addressed to him in Cairo and marked Personal, dated in another hand 23rd April

Item Date:  1919
Stock No:  39412      £40

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"THE PRESENT GOVT IS AS BAD AS THE GLADSTONE IN EGYPTIAN AFFAIRS"
BAKER (Sir Samuel White, 1821-1893, Explorer & Sportsman)

Fine Autograph Letter Signed to "Mr Harris" (Frank HARRIS, 1855-1931, Irish Editor, Novelist, Journalist and Publisher) saying that "On receipt of your letter I commenced an Article which will be finished tomorrow. I must ask you however to forgive me for remarking that I do not like alterations to be made in anything that I may write, after the last proofs have been returned, and I would rather decline to publish any article unless I know that every word is my own. Upon two occasions such alterations have been made in the 'Fortnightly' - in one of which, the phrase was curiously unlike any expression that I should myself have used. I have been asked by two or three lately to write an Article on the Soudan but I declined as I am much engaged with a book on practical Natural History. When your note came, the spirit suddenly moved me, although it will do no good. The present Govt is just as bad as the Gladstone in Egyptian affairs, and a little more Radical at home ...", 3 sides 8vo., Sandford Orleight, Newton Abbot, 1st September

Item Date:  1889
Stock No:  39391      £2750

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BALFOUR (Arthur James, 1848-1930, Prime Minister 1902-1905, Earl)

Autograph Letter marked "Private" signed to Mr Fielden sending "one line to say that I have received your letter ... and its accompanying Resolution, passed by the Clergy of the Rural Deanery of Prestwich, in favour of the Education Bill. I hope you will take an opportunity of expressing to them the gratification with which I have read their approval of the measure ..." 1 side 8vo., 10 Downing Street, First Lord of the Treasury headed mourning paper, 10th June

Item Date:  1901
Stock No:  39461      £175

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BALFOUR (Arthur James, 1848-1930, Prime Minister 1902-1905, Earl)

Autograph Letter marked "Private" signed to Stephen PAGET (1855-1926, Surgeon, son of Sir James Paget) thanking him "for the copy of your work on 'Experiments on Animals' which you have been good enough to send me ...", 1 side 8vo., 10 Downing Street headed mourning paper, 16th February

Item Date:  1900
Stock No:  39460      £150

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BARROW (Sir John, 1764-1848, Secretary of the Admiralty)

Fine Document signed, printed with the details filled in by hand, to Commander William Sidney Smith appointing him "Commander of His Majesty's Sloop Larne ... willing and requiring you forthwith to go on board and take upon you the Charge and Command of Commander in her accordingly strictly Charging and Commanding all the Officers and Company ..." 1 side oblong folio on vellum with fine papered seal and revenue stamp, Admiralty, 24th September

Item Date:  1832
Stock No:  39445      £175

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