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WAGER (Admiral Sir Charles, 1666-1743, knighted for his defeat of the Spanish fleet near Carthagena in 1708), Charles SERGISON(Clerk of the Acts, 1690-1719), Richard BURTON (Controller of Victualling Accounts, 1714-1717), Dennis LYDDELL (Controller of Treasurer's Accounts, 1691-1717), J. FAWLER (Extra Commissioner), and Charles CORNWALL (Controller of Storekeepers' Accounts, 1714-1716),

Letter signed as comptroller of the Navy, with the other official signatures discussing the payment of "One Hundred Pounds for damage done to His Ma Ship the Dover, by the Marlbrough Merchant Ship. But having this day received an order from the Rt Hon the Lords of the Admiralty, directing us not to insist on the Payment of the said damage we send you inclosed a Copy of the Lordships said Order for your complyance therewith ...", 1 side folio, Navy Office, 13th April trimmed down the sides not affecting the signatures

Item Date:  1716
Stock No:  31633      £175

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WALKER (Sir Baldwin Wake, 1802-1876, Admiral)

Autograph Letter Signed to Mr. Wynne, saying he is most anxious "to have five minutes' conversation with you ... at your office", 1 side 8vo., Admiralty, 21st December

Item Date:  1858
Stock No:  50433      £45

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Engraved letter signed 'P. Maule', with details added by hand, appointing Capt. Henry Cole Faulkner, half pay unattached, as Staff Officer of Pensioners, Tullamore District, 1 side folio, War Office, 24th May

Item Date:  1850
Stock No:  12924      £20

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WARREN (Frederic, 1775-1848, Vice-Admiral, C-in-C the Cape 1831-1834)

Signature on piece, n.d., c.

Item Date:  1835
Stock No:  51072      £15

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WAVELL (Eugénie, wife, 1915, of Field-Marshal Archibald, 1st Earl Wavell)

Autograph Letter Signed to Ava, 1896-1974, wife of Sir John Anderson, Viscount Waverley, thanking her for "last Wednesday" and the party to hear the Mussorgsky, "that superb Boris ... Grace was exceptional ... & whatever the press cats may say - I thought that room in the Kremlin with its scarlets & greys ... very like one that was in the Kremlin when I saw it in 1917", adding "I do hope Sir John will be our next P.M.", with a long P.S. about the Cowdrays, 4 sides 8vo., 23, Kingston House South, S.W.7, 26th November

Item Date:  1949
Stock No:  52740      £25

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