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HAINES (Charles, Inspector, Shropshire Constabulary)

Autograph Letter Signed to Alfred Ellis, 1821-1879, second son of John Ellis (Chairman of the Midland Railway), of Belgrave, Leicestershire, saying he has obtained "some of the Acorns from the Famous Shelton Oak ... they were gathered in my Presence and I can assure you they are highly prized", he will forward them "on receipt of yours as proposed", woodblock arms of the Shropshire Constabulary, 1 side 4to., County Constabulary Office, Shrewsbury, 28th October

Item Date:  1858
Stock No:  14991      £20

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HAMILTON (Lady Maud Caroline, née Lascelles, married in 1871 Lord George Hamilton, 3rd son of the 2nd Marquis (1st Duke) of Abercorn)

Autograph Letter Signed to Miss Elliott, sending "a fresh consignment of autographs ... I have written all the names on the backs ... Shall I continue to collect for you?", 1 side 8vo, Admiralty-embossed paper, 17th February

Item Date:  1891
Stock No:  17346      £15

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HAMILTON (James, 1814-1867, Minister of the National Scotch Church, Regent Square, London, Writer and Editor)

Autograph Letter Signed to the Revd. Edwin PAXTON HOOD, (1820-1885, Congregationalist Minister and Writer), saying "such an exchange would have been most agreeable ... But ... I fear I cannot. I have to be at Liverpool on Sunday the 21st, & out of my own pulpit the 2nd Sunday of May, so that I must not be absent the two Sabbaths intervening ... I am now trying to recover the lost reputation of a keeper at home", 2 sides 8vo., 48 Euston Square, N.W., 10th April a little worn without loss

Item Date:  1861
Stock No:  55927      £125

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HAMILTON (Walter Kerr, 1808-1869, from 1854 Bishop of Salisbury)

Autograph Letter Signed 'W.R. Sarum' to the Principal of St Edmund Hall, Oxford, the Rev. John BRANTHWAITE (d. 1864, from 1861 Principal), saying "the enclosed letter [not present] is written by one of my Clergy & explains itself ... Mr Chatfield is a very excellent man - is very poor & has a large family ...", 2 sides 8vo, Palace, Salisbury, 16th September almost invisible strengthening of two folds

Item Date:  1863
Stock No:  56323      £40

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HAMPDEN (Renn Dickson Hampden, 1793-1868, Regius Professor of Divinity at Oxford 1836-1848, from 1848 controversial Bishop of Hereford)

Signature and subscription from a letter on piece 2" x 6", no place, no date, circa

Item Date:  1845
Stock No:  54940      £10

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