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CAINE (Sir Thomas Henry Hall, 1853-1931, Manx Novelist and Playwright)

Typed Letter Signed to the Rev. E. Lloyd Morris, (Minister of Hutchesontown Congregational Church, now the Lloyd Morris Memorial Church, Glasgow), sincerely wishing "it were in my power to avail myself of your kind invitation, but I have been more than usually out of health lately, having had a rather serious and perhaps even slightly alarming attack partly brought on by an effort to speak at the City Temple ... I dare not at present undertake any public speaking, which at the best is to me a rather exhausting experience", ending "With best wishes for your work", 2 sides 10" x 8", Greeba Castle, Isle of Man, 29th October

Item Date:  1909
Stock No:  54276      £125

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CALDER-MARSHALL (Arthur, b. 1908, Author)

Brief Autograph Letter Signed to Miss Cond hoping "this will be suitable as the eighteen hundred and eighth", 1 side A4, New Stories, Oxford headed paper, 27th March no year.

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  5401      £12

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CAMERON (Emily, d. 1921, Mrs H. Lovett Cameron, Novelist)

Autograph letter signed to Mrs Burton, asking her "to be so kind as to remember the enclosed just out ... The heroine's home is taken from Springhill Farm -- & no doubt you will recognize it", adding "Harry joins with me in kindest remembrances", 2 sides card 3½" x 4½" black-edged, 35 Montpelier Square, Rutland Gate, S.W., no date, circa

Item Date:  1880
Stock No:  52912      £30

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CAMPBELL (Thomas, 1777-1844, Poet)

Autograph Letter Signed to an unnamed correspondent inviting him to "dine with me on Tuesday next - which according to my calculation is the first of June - you will meet Napier the editor of the Edinburgh Review - & Rogers I trust - & Mr & Mrs Patmore - by the way I was so impressed in favour of Patmore as to take for granted that your account of him is perfectly true - He is certainly a sensible & gentleman-like man ...", 1 side 8vo., 1 Middle Scotland Yard, Whitehall, 26th May

Item Date:  1830
Stock No:  34247      £125

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CAMPBELL (Thomas, 1777-1844, Poet)

Autograph Note Signed "To Mr Colbournes House" requesting him to "give the Bearer a Copy of my 2 vols of Poems", half of 1 side 8vo., no place, no date, laid down

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  5451      £30

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