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A'BECKETT (Arthur William, 1844-1909, of 'Punch')

Autograph Letter Signed to J.F. Boyes, saying he thinks "our engraver is more at home with pen and ink than anything else. As to the size - it should be larger than the proposed block.. If the drawing is on paper it can be photographed to the required size", 1 side 8vo., Punch Office, 10 Bouverie Street, Whitefriars, E.C., 21st November

Item Date:  1888
Stock No:  16716      £15

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AGATE (James Evershed, 1877-1947, Author and Drama Critic)

2 Autograph Letter Signed 'J.A.' and 1 Typed Letter Signed 'J.A.' to George Richards, saying "That was an enchanting letter about the accouchement. It will go into 'Ego 8'. What nonsense! It has already gone!! And now, please, no more about Bluebell for quite a time. I loathe cats! ... I have just spent the week-end with a cat-lover ... Give me squirrels or pandars [sic] or anything rather than those utterly selfish masters and mistresses of deceit & guile" (29th May 1945), "Can't understand your telegram. I am not an authority on da Vinci. If 'Ceracolo' is wrong what is right? I am quoting a retired Colonel who is quoting the Duchess of Sermoneta who is quoting Viardot ... If you know the right name, say so. If not shut up, like the nice witty fellow you are!!!!" (7th November 1945), "I gave 'The Archers' permission. I don't want this to bring about the end of a friendship, but could there be a little less about [the cat] Bluebell ... just as I have no doubt horses bore you. Did I write dithyrambically last week to tell you how Lady Viking dropped a beautiful filly foal ... which had to be destroyed?", listing his ailments, "I ... really can't risk an attack of Pussyitis" (27th May 1947), in all 3 sides 8vo. and 1 side 4to., Queen Alexandra Mansions, Grape Street, W.C.2., 29th May 1945-27th May

Item Date:  1947
Stock No:  12088      £150

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AINGER (Canon Alfred, 1837-1904, Master of the Temple, Chaplain to Queen Victoria and Edward VII)

Autograph Letter in the third person to Horace, Lord Davey, (1833-1907, Appeal Judge), and Lady Davey, regretting he cannot dine, 1 side 8vo., 1 Rodney Place, Clifton, 23rd February transparent strip on left margin of recto without loss

Item Date:  1897
Stock No:  14666      £35

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AINSWORTH (W. Harrison, 1805-1882, Journalist & Novelist, Friend of Dickens & Cruikshank)

Autograph Letter Signed to Mrs Reiss, (Caroline, 1813 or 1814-1893, wife of Leopold Reiss, of Broom House, Eccles, merchant in Manchester), saying he has directed his Publisher "to send you a copy of the little Tale you were good enough to say you would accept from me", he would have called "to present it ... in person", but is "detained in Brighton till Tuesday morning ...", 2 sides 8vo, 3 Arundel Terrace, Kemp Town, Brighton, 13th August

Item Date:  1858
Stock No:  56302      £65

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AITKEN (Mary Carlyle, 1843-1895, niece of Thomas Carlyle)

Autograph Letter Signed 'Mary Carlyle Aitken' and subscribed to 'Reverend Sir', saying that "Mr Carlyle, my uncle, bids me ask you to accept his cordial thanks for your very kind letter ... forwarded hither ... and also for the Book, which no doubt lies safe at Chelsea waiting his return", and that "when he gets back to London, it will give him much pleasure to make your acquaintance. We shall not be absent ... two or three weeks. I will, however send you a word when we get settled again at Chelsea", 2 sides oblong 8vo., Keston Lodge, Beckenham, 30th August

Item Date:  1875
Stock No:  55866      £35

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