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BENNETT (Sir William Sterndale, 1816-1875, Composer and Principal of the Royal Academy of Music)

Autograph Letter Signed to Charles Leaf thanking him for "sending me the cheque for the Philharmonic Society and the Bach Society - the donation to the latter will be especially welcome - and the former cannot afford to lose any friends with all the competition going on - I had a strong wish to become one of the audience this season, but they persuaded me out of it. I have so many irons in the fire that I ... must soon alter my programme - not to cease from hard work, but to arrange it differently. I am so sorry that I have not yet been able to pay you and Mrs Leaf a visit at Norwood, but I do not despair having the pleasure ...", 3 sides 8vo., 38 Queensborough Terrace, Kensington Gardens, 23rd January lacking top left hand corner of the page without loss of text

Item Date:  1866
Stock No:  40892      £125

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BERLIN (Irving, 1888-1990, Composer) and Sir Harry LAUDER (1870-1950, Scottish Music Hall Entertainer)

Programme for "You keep Coming Back like a Song" signed by both on the front with the words and music inside, 4 sides 4to., no place, no date, back page rather soiled and lacking the bottom right hand corner

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  29970      £500

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BURNE-JONES (Sir Edward, 1833-1898, Pre-Raphaelite Painter)

Fine early Autograph Letter Signed to an unnamed correspondent enclosing "2 letters addressed to a friend whom I had questioned about the Engraving: one from Julia is I believe from the best and most important wood engraver - and if you were desirous of being in communication with him I could send for a note of introduction. I know nothing of Mr Thomas - but I am unusually ignorant about contemporary work and my testimony is of no value at all against a man, but of some use for him. The terms seem everywhere small - but they appear systematised. Any further difficulty you may have I shall be happy to explain if I can ...", 1 side 8vo., no place, no date, circa

Item Date:  1893
Stock No:  39653      £575

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