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MACALISTER (Sir Donald, 1854-1934, President of the General Medical Council, 1904-1931, Principal of Glasgow University 1907-1929, from 1924 1st Bt.)

Autograph letter signed to J. Wells, regretting he will "not be free in Sept[emb]r to accept" his invitation, but wishing him "all success in your work", 1 side 7" x 4½", Medical Council Office, 299 Oxford Street, London, 12th July small mark in top blank margin

Item Date:  1907
Stock No:  54174      £35

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MANBY (Charles, 1804-1884, Civil Engineer)

Autograph Letter Signed to "Madam", fearing that he will "not be in town of Friday, but if I am I shan't fail to be present at your benefit ..", 2 sides sm. 8vo., T.R. Adelphi, 9th July no year., conjugate blank unevenly torn at the edge

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  15449      £15

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MANSELL (Thomas Lukis, of Guernsey, Physician, graduate of Trinity College Dublin, 1831, M.D. Edinburgh and M.R.C.S.E. 1832)

Group of 5 certificates of his attendance at medical lectures in Dublin, issued by the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Mercer's Hospital, Dr Steevens's Hospital or the Meath Hospital and County of Dublin Infirmary (2), each with an attractive engraving of the R.C.S.I. Arms or the hospital in question, with the signatures of many famous physicians and surgeons responsible for the great changes then in progress, including Whitley Stokes  (associated with the United Irishmen in the 1790s), and Abraham Colles (of 'Colles' fracture'), many of whom were President of the R.C.S.I., (some more than once), beginning with the examination of 'Thomas Lucas Mansell' in "the Latin and Greek Classics" (R.C.S.I., 22nd August 1826), his having attended 'the Medical and Surgical Practice' and two courses of 'Clinical Lectures' at Mercer's Hospital (1st June 1828), the 'Practice of Surgery as a Pupil' at Dr Steevens's Hospital (six months from November 1828), and the 'practice & Clinical Lectures' (Meath Hospital, November 1829 - May 1830 and November 1830 - May 1831), 5 separate sides tall folio, Dublin, 1826 - some edges defective in the blank wide margins

Item Date:  1831
Stock No:  56075      £1275

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[MARCONI (Guglielmo, 1874-1937, Wireless Pioneer)]

Autograph note in English, signed by his widow Marchesa Marconi, "It would give me much pleasure if you could be present" on her printed card, together with a printed invitation in Italian with translation, and ticket for 1 car for the inauguration of the monument to Marconi at the Roman Universal Exposition, to be attended by the Head of State, 11th December

Item Date:  1959
Stock No:  11674      £95

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MARCONI (Guglielmo, 1874-1937, Wireless Pioneer) and his 2nd wife MARIA CRISTINA (née Bezzi-Scali)

Fine and charming portrait photograph, by Eva Barrett of Rome, showing them seated, half-length in profile to the left, with their daughter Elettra (b. 20th July 1930) on the Marchesa's knee, turning round to look at her parents, signed on the mount in the Marchesa's hand 'Cristina-Elettra' and by him 'Guglielmo Marconi' and dated, 6" x 9" on mount 10" x 13", Rome, 18th February

Item Date:  1932
Stock No:  53814      £1250

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