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O'CONNELL (Daniel, 1775-1847, 'The Liberator', Irish Roman Catholic Patriot and M.P.)

Autograph envelope front signed in full, addressed to Henry Lambert at New Cross, 4¼" x 3", Bangor, 24th October slightly soiled

Item Date:  1830
Stock No:  41115      £75

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O'CONNOR (Thomas Power, 1848-1929, Journalist & Politician)

Coloured caricature from the John Players series of 50 entitled "Straight Line Caricatures", signed, with a small biography printed on the verso, 2¾" x 1¼", no place, circa

Item Date:  1926
Stock No:  41398      £150

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[OLIVER CROMWELL (1599-1658, from 1653 Lord Protector)]

Attractive small document in his name as "Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland, Ireland and the Dominions and Territories thereto belonging" being a Grant of Probate for "William Searle late of Honiton in the county of Devon, Postmaster ... said will was granted and remitted to Susannah Searle ...", 6" x 6" on vellum lacking seals, Court of Probate, 1st February

Item Date:  1657
Stock No:  39553      £575

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ONSLOW (George, 1st Earl, 1731-1814, Comptroller, Treasurer & Lord of the Bedchamber to the Royal Household)

Autograph Letter Signed to an unamed correspondent, saying his "extreme niceness about the Horses has caused me much trouble & I fear all for nothing, as I doubt you may object as much to those I have now sent. However, I have now bought them, not subject to any further inspection ..." and continuing with the arrangements, 2 sides 4to., no place, Monday, no date, watermarked

Item Date:  1730
Stock No:  2473      £40

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ONSLOW (Arthur, 1691-1768, Speaker of the House of Commons 1728-1761)

Signature 'Ar: Onslow, Speaker' on the verso of an Exchequer document, no doubt for payment of his salary, since the recto refers to 'his Majesty's General Letters of Privy Seal' of 26th June 1737, 2 sides 4¾" x 9½", 8th March lacks lower portion, date of Letters of Privy Seal shaved

Item Date:  1757
Stock No:  51699      £55

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