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WATERHOUSE (Charles Owen, Entomologist, Assistant at the British Museum of Natural History)

Autograph Letter Signed to  Robert Morton MIDDLETON , jr., F.L.S., F.Z.S., (1846-1909, English shipbroker and botanist), saying that "the Jigger and Chigre are considered to be the same species, or are so closely allied that we have not distinguished them. It is a flea, Pulex penetrans; now known as Sarcopsylla penetrans", 1 side 8vo., British Museum (Natural History), 8th August

Item Date:  1889
Stock No:  13931      £40

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WATERHOUSE (Frederick H., Librarian of the Zoological Society of London)

Autograph Letter Signed to  Robert Morton MIDDLETON , jr., F.L.S., F.Z.S., (1846-1909, English shipbroker and botanist), sending him "the enclosed & trust they may be of use ... I will endeavour to obtain an autograph of my father for you" and requesting "any foreign stamps", 2 sides 8vo., Zoological Society, 3 Hanover Square, London, W., 22nd July

Item Date:  1898
Stock No:  13934      £30

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WATERHOUSE (Charles Owen, Entomologist, Assistant at the British Museum of Natural History)

Autograph Letter Signed to  Robert Morton MIDDLETON , jr., F.L.S., F.Z.S., (1846-1909, English shipbroker and botanist), thanking him "for the papers relating to the S. American Missions. I am sorry I cannot undertake the local secretary's work here ... We might, however, arrange a meeting", 22 Avenue Gardens, Acton, W., 28th September

Item Date:  1899
Stock No:  13933      £25

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WHEATSTONE (Sir Charles, 1802-1875, Scientist and Inventor)

Signature and date, on 19 Park Crescent, Portland Place, headed paper, January 30th

Item Date:  1868
Stock No:  27010      £30

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WHEWELL (William, 1794-1866, Master of Trinity College, Cambridge, Philosopher & Historian of Science)

Autograph Letter in the Third Person to Dr and Mrs PAGET, (later Sir) George Edward PAGET, (1809-1892, of Gonville & Caius, Cambridge, from 1872 Regius Professor of Physic), and his wife Clara, saying "The Master of Trinity will have great pleasure in dining ... on Friday the 14th", 1 side 16mo black-edged and conjugate blank, Trinity Lodge, 1st November, year added in pencil light shadows on blank side 4 from former laying down

Item Date:  1856
Stock No:  56392      £65

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