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BRIDGE (Sir J. Frederick, 1844-1924, Organist and Composer)

Autograph Note in the third person saying that he has "much pleasure in accepting the kind invitation of the Lord Mayor for June 29th ...", 1 side black edged card,Littlington Tower, Westminster Abbey, 27th May no year

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  39459      £45

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BUCKINGHAM (James Silk, 1786-1855, Author & Traveller)

Fine Autograph Letter signed to R. Shortridge enclosing "a Prospectus of a Voyage I am about to undertake, & which I believe will have your sincere good wishes, I hope, indeed, it will have more & that from both sides of the Tyne. I shall have the honor of some names at least in support of it. If these could arrive before the List is issued, which will be in 10 or 12 days hence it would be an additional advantage & in this hope I remain yours very truly ...", 2 sides 8vo., London, June

Item Date:  1830
Stock No:  39403      £275

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BULLER (Sir Redvers, 1839-1908, Commander-in-chief in South Africa)

Autograph Letter Signed to Mr Cocks saying he has "had a good many letters about Sir F. Milman all strongly recommending him and I have no doubt that he is a very good man. I do not though think that I have the slightest chance of being able to employ him ... any appointment I might make, though I do not at present see reasons to suppose that I should make any, would be temporary only and I imagine that that is the last thing Sir F. Milman wishes ...", 2 sides 8vo., Private Secretary's Lodge mourning paper, Dublin, 27th August faded

Item Date:  1886
Stock No:  39462      £275

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BURCHELL (Willilam John, Explorer & Naturalist, Botanist at St Helena)

Fine Autograph Letter Signed to Laurence SULIVAN 1783-1866, Statesman and Philanthropist, Deputy Secretary at War) saying that he has "much pleasure in sending you the two larvae of Sphinx celeris for Miss Sulivan, who will certainly rear them much better than I; and it would be a pity if they should be lost through my ignorance of the proper management; otherwise I would gladly keep them till they should be fit to put into your cabinet; as I already possess in my own, two individuals of this species, and having by her assistance ascertained what these larva were, the object I should have had in rearing them is already completely attained ...", 2 sides 8vo., 11th October

Item Date:  1839
Stock No:  39399      £575

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BURDETT (Sir Francis, 1770-1844, Bart., M.P., Life-long Enemy of Corruption and Abuse)

Autograph Letter Signed to Jeremy BENTHAM (1748-1832, Philosophier, Jurist and Social Reformer) addresing him as "My very worthy Master" saying that he has just "returned here from the Isle of Wight & take the earliest opportunity of reminding you of a hope you have encouraged me to entertain of seeing you at this place. I can only say that I will endeavour to make everything as agreeable & convenient to you as I can, you shall have a ... room for yourself & room next to it for your scribe, you shall come out when you please & remain alone as much as you like, in short you shall ... be perfect master of your time & actions - I hope the game I sent before my departure for the Island came safe and sweet, & that this note finds you as well as I sincerely wish you ...", 1 side 4to., with integral autograph address leaf, together with a contemporary engraving by H. Richter, Ramsbury Manor, 4th October

Item Date:  1819
Stock No:  39400      £125

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