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CADOGAN (George Sloane, 1783-1864, Admiral, from 1833 3rd Earl)

Frank signed addressed to Captain Travers London, 16th August traces of a newspaper biography remaining not affecting the signature

Item Date:  1838
Stock No:  38647      £35

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CADORNA (Luigi, 1850-1928, Field Marshal, Italian Chief of Staff during the first part of WWI)

Fine Signed, Inscribed and Dated Portrait Photograph, showing him half length, nearly three quarter face, in uniform, inscribed in the bottom margin in Italian to Signora Alice Tegon, 8¾" x 6½" in margins 11½" x 7¾", Florence, 20th October very slight sunning in two places without loss to the image, short closed tear in blank right margin

Item Date:  1923
Stock No:  55771      £575

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CAESAR (Charles, 1673-1741, Treasurer of the Navy, Jacobite)

Signature and inscription on verso of fragment of a Treasury Order for future repayment of money he has lent to the Exchequer, transferring £300 of it to Robert KNIGHT, with the latter's signature, 2 sides 5¼" x 2¾", receipted 29th July laid down by margin

Item Date:  1713
Stock No:  51661      £175

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CAESAR (Charles, 1673-1741, Treasurer of the Navy, Jacobite)

Treasury Receipt for £17551 7s 4d signed as received from Lord Fitzharding (John Berkeley, d. 1712, 4th Viscount, from 1694 one of the four Tellers of the Exchequer), "in further part of an Order dated the 2nd Jany. 1711 [1712, new style] and Privy Seal the 29 Decr. 1711 for Two Millions for ... the Navy and the Victualling thereof", printed with MS additions, with 2 further receipt endorsements on verso by J. Miller, 5" x 7¼", 18th September lacks upper margin, with loss on verso of upper part of further receipt, original spike hole

Item Date:  1712
Stock No:  51659      £275

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CAJARC (Paul de, Capitaine de Cancale)

Document in French, with translation, signed, being a receipt for 30 livres tournois Sieur Gabriel Luyllier, "treasurer and receiver in ordinary in the service of light cavalry ... for part of our wages of this present year and for the term of All Saints last past. For which sum ... we are content and for which we release our lord the King the said Luyllier treasurer and all others ...", 1 side oblong 4to. on vellum, no place, 12th February slightly worn and faded

Item Date:  1560
Stock No:  5399      £75

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