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AILESBURY (George William Frederick Brudenell-Bruce, 1804-1878, 2nd Marquess)

Printed Letter signed, to 'Sir', circulated to Wiltshire Gentlemen, telling them that Mrs. Assheton Smith, whose husband lately hunted the Tedworth Hounds, is offering them to be kept in the country, his lordship is not a Candidate for the honour, but that several gentlemen are meeting at the Star Inn, Andover, on the 7th at 1 o'clock for discussion "and if necessary" to enter "into a subscription ... to preserve this fine Pack of Hounds to this Country", so that he may return an answer to Mrs. Smith, 1 side 8vo. black-edged, Savernake Forest, Marlborough, Wiltshire, 2nd October

Item Date:  1858
Stock No:  14665      £30

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AIRD (Sir John, M.P., 1833-1911, the first Mayor of Paddington)

Autograph Letter Signed to  John Gilbert Hay HALKETT , (1863-1937, Barrister and Magistrate) saying he has "your note of the 30th but would rather not ballot for the Bill therein referred to", 1 side 8vo., 14 Hyde Park Terrace, W., 21st January

Item Date:  1900
Stock No:  16663      £15

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AITKIN (Jonathan, b.1942, politician)

Typed Letter Signed to Nicholas Griffin, thanking him for his letter "regarding the Restoration Appeal for the parish church of St. Peter", he continues that he would be happy to donate a signed copy of his biography of Richard Nixon, 1 side A4, House of Commons, December 18th

Item Date:  1995
Stock No:  25768      £25

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AL ABDIN (Zein, President of the Republic of Tunisia)

Christmas card signed, under the printed message in Arabic which sends best wishes for the New Year, 6½" x 4½", in folded card with crest on the back, no place, no date, c.

Item Date:  1994
Stock No:  24029      £75

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ALDENHAM (Alban George Henry Gibbs, 1846-1936, 2nd Baron, M.P.)

Autograph Letter Signed to the Lord Mayor & the Lord Mayor elect, Sir William Treloar, much regretting that "he is going abroad shortly and cannot therefore have the pleasure of lunching ... on Nov. 9th", 1 side 8vo. black-edged, 15 Bishopsgate Street Within, E.C., 12th October

Item Date:  1907
Stock No:  16670      £15

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