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ODLING (William, 1829-1921, Secretary of the Chemical Society, contributed to the development of the Periodic Table)

Autograph letter signed to 'Dear Sir', saying he will be happy to write his correspondent's name in the visitors' book from time to time to attend meetings, "but it must be on the understanding that you do not render yourself troublesome to the Fellows by questioning them about what passes at the Society &c &c", 3 sides 7" x 4½", Chemical Society, Burlington House, Piccadilly, date at end in another hand 13th December

Item Date:  1865
Stock No:  54179      £65

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OFFORD (John Milton, F.R.M.S., b.1861, Astronomer and Microscopist)

Autograph Letter Signed to  Robert Morton MIDDLETON , jr., F.L.S., F.Z.S., (1846-1909, English shipbroker and botanist), inviting him to "bring any of your family to see my Reflector ... when the moon is in position [I] am pretty busy photographing, but between exposing plates there is always a chance of having a look ... and on moonless nights if clear there are plenty of Nebulae and clusters &c which a large telescope brings out in a marvellous way", 2 facing sides 8vo., 62 Gordon Road, Ealing, 30th January

Item Date:  1898
Stock No:  13924      £45

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OFFORD (John Milton, F.R.M.S., b.1861, Astronomer and Microscopist)

Autograph Letter Signed to  Robert Morton MIDDLETON , jr., F.L.S., F.Z.S., (1846-1909, English shipbroker and botanist), suggesting that "tomorrow night ... is too near the full ... Saturday probably the best" for him to bring his family to observe the Moon, "I am very busy doing some Photomicrographs of fermentation organisms which are very troublesome so please excuse haste", 2 facing sides 8vo., 62 Gordon Road, Ealing, 31st August

Item Date:  1898
Stock No:  13925      £50

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OFFORD (John Milton, F.R.M.S., b.1861, Astronomer and Microscopist, Photographer of the Moon and Stars)

Autograph Letter Signed to  Robert Morton MIDDLETON , jr., F.L.S., F.Z.S., (1846-1909, English shipbroker and botanist), thanking him for "the tickets for the Zoo ... I send you a print of one of my star photos ... as I know you have a fancy for astronomy. The region ...is about 33 degrees in diameter & the bright star Vega in Lyra", 2 facing sides 8vo., with original autograph envelope, 62 Gordon Road, Ealing, 15th August

Item Date:  1901
Stock No:  13926      £45

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OMMANNEY (Francis Downes, 1903-1980, Marine Biologist and Writer)

Autograph Letter Signed to John M. Gwynne Hughes, saying "I am naturally very pleased and flattered that you should want my autograph", with his "best wishes for Christmas and the New Year", 1 side 4to, 'Ashleigh', Weekmoor, Milverton, Somerset, 8th December

Item Date:  1970
Stock No:  56497      £45

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