Sophie Dupré - Military or Naval

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MACDONALD (Sir John, d. 1850, Adjutant-General at the Horse Guards, 1830-1850)

Signature from the end of a letter to Lt.-Col. William Wylde, 1788-1877, Prince Albert's equerry, no date, c.

Item Date:  1840
Stock No:  50835      £15

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MACKAY (James Lyle, 1852-1932, Ist Earl of Inchcape)

Signature from a document, laid down on black card

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  11397      £10

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MACKENZIE (Kenneth Douglas, 1811-1873, Colonel, Served in the Crimea)

Autograph Letter Signed to  Sir William CODRINGTON  (1804-1884, General, Commander in Chief at Sebastopol) concerning the Quarter Master General's reports which he has "forwarded to Secretary of State for War ...", 2 sides 8vo., Quarter Master General headed paper, 29th December

Item Date:  1871
Stock No:  1929      £28

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MACREADY (Sir Cecil Frederick Nevil Macready, 1862-1946, General, last British Military Commander in Ireland, Commissioner of Police in London)

Fine photo signed in full with his rank "Comdr of the Forces, Ireland, 1920-1922", showing him full length, standing, wearing his uniform holding his plumed helmet under his arm and his gloves and sword in the other hand, 11" x 9", no place, no date, circa

Item Date:  1922
Stock No:  38571      £1275

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MALMESBURY (James Edward Harris, 1778-1841, 2nd Earl, Deputy Secretary for War)

Autograph Letter Signed 'Malmesbury' to Laurence Sulivan, (1783-1866), saying that Mr. Cooke's brother "would do very well. His family is a most respectable one ... As to Learning he must be more than Equal to conducting the Education of Boys so young as my nephews ... G. Bowles arrived last night - Will Palmerston Draw you down to Broadlands? - From what He said to me I expect soon to hear of his being there. I wish Count Michel was at Odessa again. This, I conclude, he soon will be, as Varna has fallen", 3 sides 8vo., Heron Court, Christchurch, Hampshire, 31st October

Item Date:  1828
Stock No:  15101      £45

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