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NABARRO (Sir Gerald, 1913-1973, MP, Director of Companies, Broadcaster, Journalist, Publisher and Author)

Fine signature from a Typed Letter Signed

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  20602      £25

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NABARRO (Sir Gerald David Nunes, 1874-1958, Conservative M.P.)

Typed Letter Signed 'Gerald Nabarro' to A.J. Hall about the BBC programme 'Any Questions?' and Hall's views on too many Civil Servants, 1 side 8vo., House of Commons, 20th April

Item Date:  1967
Stock No:  12994      £18

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[NAPIER (Francis, 1819-1898, 10th Baron, Envoy to Washington, 1857-1859, and his wife Anne Jane Charlotte, 1824-1911, née Lockwood)]

Invitation, made out to Commander A. Ferrer, to "a Ball in Honor of Lord and Lady Napier at Willard's", arms of the United States and Great Britain finely engraved by Dempsey, at the foot is a remarkable list of the Managers for the Ball, headed by rival politicians James M. Mason, Senator for Virginia, and William Henry Seward, Senator for New York, continuing with many other Senators, high ranking names from the Army, Navy and Marines, Professors, the Mayor and others from Washington, 53 names in all, printed by F. Philp, 1 side 5½" x 8" card, Washington, 17th February

Item Date:  1859
Stock No:  53296      £30

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NESSELRODE (Karl Robert, 1780-1862, Russian Statesman and Imperial Chancellor, Count)

Autograph Letter Signed 'Nesselrode' in French with translation, to 'Your Excellency', saying that he "would be most charmed to receive Your Excellency tomorrow Wednesday morning at half past eleven o'clock", 1 side 4to., no place, Tuesday 26th December (old style, 7th January new style), n.y., c. 1850/

Item Date:  1851
Stock No:  11657      £85

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NEWCASTLE (Duke of, Thomas Pelham-Holles, 1693-1768, Prime Minister)

Contemporary copy letter with copy signature, when Secretary of State (Southern), to Governor Henry Worsley, saying that "His Majesty considering the length of time that you have been at Barbados has been pleased to appoint Mr Chetwynd to succeed you ... with His most Gracious Acceptance of Yo.r Services", allowing him to leave "the Care of the Governmt. to the President of the Council ... or to wait for Mr Chetwynds arrival", and hoping "it will not be disagreeable ... after so long absence to return home to Yo.r Friends" including the writer, 1 side 4to., Whitehall, 14th May laid down on light paper, title 'Coppie of Leave ...' on verso can still be read

Item Date:  1731
Stock No:  19987      £45

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