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

Fine signature on card as "F.M.", no place, no date

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  30691      £225

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

Small collection of 2 Autograph Letter Signed 'Allenby' to Hampson GARY, (1873-1952, American Diplomat) "My dear Gary", the first telling him that his "welcome letter of 23rd April reached me today, and I am very grateful for your kind congratulations ... Mabel & I are just back after a week or so of sunshine in the South of Spain, and are both well. We have not been to any distant countries in the past winter. We often talk of our visit to you and recall old times. We live in the hope that someday again fortune may lead us to your hospitable shores ...", 1st August no year, the second telling him that he was "away, most of the Winter; and I don't think I ever thanked you for 'Tide Water Virginia' the book you sent me last December. Though late, my thanks are none the less sincere. Mabel and I had a 2 months tour in India, & on our way home, spent a week in Egypt ... renewing many old acquaintances & friendships ...", 6th August no year, each 2 sides large 8vo., both from 24 Wetherby Gardens, SW5, together with 2 Autograph Letters Signed by his wife Mabel (nee Chapman, 1899-1942), to Mrs Gary, the first to "Dear Mrs Gary" saying that she had forgotten to mention "that we have a maid travelling with us & we shall be bringing her to Washington. I do hope this mayn't be very inconvenient ..." and saying she is looking forward to their visit, 3 sides 8vo.,15th October, Fairmont Hotel headed paper, the second to "Dear Helen" thanking her for "getting me those lovely N. cards & photogaphs of Washington ..." and giving general news, 4 sides 8vo., 28th December, 24 Wetherby Gardens, both

Item Date:  1928
Stock No:  39404      £525

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

Autograph Envelope Signed with inital 'A' to Hampson GARY, (1873-1952, American Diplomat) in Washington D.C. delivered by hand in London, with the date added in another hand, 19th August

Item Date:  1929
Stock No:  39411      £35

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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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ANGLESEY (Henry William Paget, 1768-1854, M.P., Field Marshal, 2nd Earl Uxbridge, 1st Marquis)

Autograph Letter Signed to 'Messrs Waterfield and Balfour', saying it would have given him "infinite gratification" to "meet the wishes of the Members of a School of which I am proud to have been a Scholar", but does not feel able to apply to Prince Albert "to obtain the sanction of Her Majesty the Queen for the performance of the Annual Westminster Play, previously to the Funeral of her late Majesty ", Queen Adelaide, who had died on 2nd December, "when it is probable that all public Theatres will be closed", in a P.S. signed 'A.' on another matter, he feels he is "not a competent authority upon the cases in question" and advises them to consult the Dean [William Buckland], together with the Marquis's engaging engraved portrait by I. Thomson after Sir William Beechey, from the European Magazine, 1st October 1821, showing him head and shoulders, in profile but turning towards the artist, 8½" x 5½" in margins 9½" x 6½", the letter 4 sides 4to., Beau Desert, Staffordshire, 4th December two tiny pinholes at top of side 3, some original offset on side 4, portrait a trifle browned in places and remargined with one corner trimmed

Item Date:  1849
Stock No:  55426      £425

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