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LACROIX (Paul, 1806-1884, French Scholar & Writer)

Autograph Letter Signed in French (with translation) to Berjean, saying that he would like to see him again, explaining that his wife was ill, and inviting him to come and lunch with him, he also says that he hasn't "sent anything for your yearbook as inevitably I mislaid your letter with your address. In addition, papers and proofs rise steadily higher around me like an advancing tide and each day submerges the previous one ...", 1 side 8vo., no place, no date

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Stock No:  1599      £60

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LAGERLÖF (Selma, 1858-1940, Swedish writer of short stories, fairy tales and romances, Nobel Prizewinner, 1909)

Autograph postcard signed, in Swedish with translation, to Miss Mizi Franzos in Vienna, saying "Of course you may have my photograph" when next she orders some, she is not writing any short stories at the moment, but promises to send some when finished, she has seen "many kind reviews in the papers" about "the Legends", though none by Langen, says "it would be gratifying if the financial returns were also satisfactory", and thanks her warmly for "the fee that has just arrived", 1 side postcard with border of posthorns and integral stamp, address on verso, Falun, Sweden, 31st October

Item Date:  1904
Stock No:  51495      £250

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LAING (David, 1793-1878, Scottish Antiquary, friend of Scott and Carlyle, from 1837 Librarian of the Signet Library)

LS to Mr Smith, saying "I wished to have seen a complete set of the sheets of Garden, before I revised the Notes, &c but now it is unnecessary ... There are some revises, however, which it might be well to let me see ... When do you expect to have the book in circulation?", 1 side 8vo., Signet Library, Edinburgh, 4th July

Item Date:  1878
Stock No:  19915      £35

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LANDON (Letitia Elizabeth, 1802-1838, Poetess, better known as L.E.L.)

Autograph Letter Signed to R. Boutz reminding him that "this is the third time I have translated this passage. I observe that it is here printed as part of verses written at Balbec but is has no connection with them ...", 1 side 4to., no place, no date together with a black & white photo

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Stock No:  40147      £775

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LANDOR (Walter Savage, 1775-1864, Poet, Playwright & Critic)

Signature taken from Autograph Letter Signed, "Yours very truly" slightly faded

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Stock No:  27202      £50

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