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IDDESLEIGH (Sir Stafford Northcote, 1818-1887, Chancellor of the Exchequer under Disraeli, 1st Earl)

Autograph Letter Signed to the Rev. G. Hadow, saying that although "we shall hold a meeting at Tiverton on ... 6th October" he will have to return home immediately afterwards, 2 sides 8vo., Pynes, Exeter, 18th September

Item Date:  1868
Stock No:  18954      £15

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IDDESLEIGH (Sir Stafford Northcote, 1818-1887, Chancellor of the Exchequer under Disraeli, 1st Earl)

Autograph Letter Signed to W. Self Weeks (of Clitheroe, Conservative agent), sending his signature with "much pleasure", 1 side 8vo., 30 St. James's Place, S.W., 19th April

Item Date:  1882
Stock No:  18959      £15

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IDDESLEIGH (Sir Stafford Northcote, 1818-1887, Chancellor of the Exchequer under Disraeli, from 1885 1st Earl)

Autograph envelope signed to Viscount Cranbrook, (Gathorne Hardy, 1814-1906, Cabinet Minister, from 1878 Viscount Cranbrook, from 1892 1st Earl), 3" x 5¼", Foreign Office seal with royal arms, postmarked 13th October seal neatly divided on opening, tiny chip and a little worn in centre

Item Date:  1886
Stock No:  54208      £15

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IDDESLEIGH (Sir Stafford Northcote, 1818-1887, Chancellor of the Exchequer under Disraeli, from 1885 1st Earl)

Autograph letter signed to Gathorne Hardy, (1814-1906, Cabinet Minister, from 1878 Viscount Cranbrook, from 1892 1st Earl), saying they "will come by the 3 o'clock train ... Your house will be full and you must want your horses for all sorts of things", but asking if "you would kindly order a good fly to meet us", 1 side 7" x 4½", Pynes, Exeter, 29th October

Item Date:  1876
Stock No:  54207      £45

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IDDESLEIGH (Sir Stafford Northcote, 1818-1887, Chancellor of the Exchequer under Disraeli, 1st Earl)

Autograph Letter Signed to H.W. Chisholm, saying he does not know "there is much use in confidential communications" on amending the Gas Act, "We desire ... the views of the Metropolitan Board of Works and of the City ... and those of the Companies ... fairly brought before us ... Anything which we may hear from the Companies ... shall receive careful attention", 3 sides 8vo., Board of Trade and Pynes, Exeter, 2nd January

Item Date:  1866
Stock No:  18953      £30

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