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ECO (Umberto, 1932-2016, Italian Novelist, Literary Critic and Philosopher)

Autograph Note in French, Signed to "Chére Martine", cut from a full letter, saying that he is interested in her research and asking her what her interests are, 8" x 3½", no place, no date

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  40656      £95

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EDWARDS (Henry Sutherland, 1828-1906, Novelist and Journalist)

Autograph Letter Signed to John F. Boyes, (theatre critic of the Daily News), saying "Your friend got in all right. I did my best; but he did not need my support", 1 side 8vo, The Reform Club, 'Thursday 28th' n.y., c.

Item Date:  1890
Stock No:  17094      £15

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EGREMONT (John Edward Reginald Wyndham, 1920-1973, unpaid Private Secretary Prime Minister Macmillan, 1957-1963, from 1963 1st Baron)

Autograph Letter Signed to Donald McCormick, (1911-1998, Historian of the Secret Services as 'Richard Deacon'), saying "I am most grateful. You are bloody marvellous", attractive view of Petworth House at head, 1 side 8vo., as from Petworth House, 12th February

Item Date:  1964
Stock No:  50447      £45

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'ELIOT (George', 1819-1880, Pseudonym of Marian Lewes, Novelist)

Unsigned Autograph envelope addressed to Kegan PAUL Esq (Charles, 1828-1902, Publisher and Author) in Paternoster Square, 4¼" x 3¼", St John's Wood, 21st May

Item Date:  1879
Stock No:  39470      £175

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ELIOT (T. S., 1888-1965, American Born Poet, Critic & Dramatist, Nobel Prize Winner)

Fine Typed Letter Signed to Miss Emily Boone of the Woman’s Student Government Association at Duke University in North Carolina, thanking her for her invitation and saying that “it would be a pleasure to me to give a reading at Duke University, and the fee you mention is quite satisfactory, but I have reluctantly decided that I shall be so busy in Chicago that it would be impossible for me on this visit to go so far afield, and such time as I shall have in the United States, and not established in Chicago, I wish to reserve for my family in Massachusetts. I can only hope that on some other visit I may be able to accept a similar invitation...”, 1 side 4to., Faber & Faber headed paper, 24 Russell Square, London, 31st May

Item Date:  1950
Stock No:  42208      £575

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