Sophie Dupré - Recent Acquisitions

Show items that have been added added within the selected number of days   
4 Items  ALL  A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  V  W  Y 
PAXTON (Sir Joseph, 1801-1865, Architect of the Crystal Palace, Landscape Gardener at Chatsworth)

Final part of a long Autograph Letter Signed to an unnamed correspondent giving instructions "the corner of the clump 4, it looks lumpish and bad, take out the dot where the cross is at 5. No. 6 wants cleaning ... 8 wants more distinctiveness ... 10 put in a few more little trees, Asia and Africa look excellent ... The Gardeners Calendar you shall have down in the morning ... the Naturalist Calendar is very good ... We have deemed it expedient to give the prices of Fruit & Vegetables as they are sold at Covent Garden Market, we know that in various parts of the country the prices will ... vary but still it will be a guide to acquaint such persons who want to send their garden produce to Covent Garden Market ... Put in the ... ornithological dictionary and the extract of the Butcher Bird the paper is in the proof state ...", 3 sides folio, no place, no date paper watermarked Whitman

Item Date:  1830
Stock No:  39812      £250

Order/Enquire Full Details

PELHAM (Henry, 1696-1754, Prime Minister)

Fine Autograph Letter Signed to Lord PALMERSTON (Henry Temple, c. 1673-1757, 1st Viscount and Politician) saying he is "ashamed to give you any trouble on this occasion, but as the Parliament is appointed to meet on Tuesday the sixteenth of November and in all probability will proceed to business immediately, I shall hope we might expect to see your Lordship there the first day. An appearance of well wishers to their friends and their country, may possibly prevent, or at least deny the designs of the enemy, it is on these principles I venture to trouble your Lordship ...", 1 side 4to., no place, 15th October

Item Date:  1872
Stock No:  39982      £675

Order/Enquire Full Details

PELHAM (Henry, 1696-1754, Prime Minister)

Fine Autograph Letter Signed to Lord PALMERSTON (Henry Temple, c. 1673-1757, 1st Viscount and Politician) saying that "Your Lordship's letter ... gave me the greatest pleasure as it was a proof, of what I always knew, your zeal for the King and his true friends, it made that impression on me, that I could not help showing it to our master [probably Walpole] who was excessively pleased at it and commanded me to thank your Lordship, in his name for the kind expressions you use in it ... I take the liberty of assuring you that there is great reason to apprehend opposition the very first day, the enemy are making use of all their wits and wickedness, our friends, I hope, will in return exert their zeal and firmness. I will trouble you no further but hope to see you on Monday evening at the Cockpit or ... in the House ...". 1 side 4to., no place, 6th November

Item Date:  1872
Stock No:  39983      £775

Order/Enquire Full Details

PHILIP II (1527-1598, King of Spain, Husband of Mary Tudor)

Fine Letter Signed with a stamp 'Yo el Rey' to the Royal Procurator saying that "because we want to see the acts of the consignments or assignments in which your occupation did censuses for the benefited people of the benefits founded by our very honorable predecessors, The Lord Kings. You will send us two or three of the most modern of them (the acts) and you will explain very particularly why these consignments are made and the benefited people are not paid for that. (Also) who has each benefit, ordinary revenues, and all of the things that are offered to them, in doing so, we will be at your service ...", Ebara, 26th February

Item Date:  1586
Stock No:  39566      £1250

Order/Enquire Full Details

First Previous 1 Next Last 

HyperLink      HyperLink      ABOUT SOPHIE   |   CONTACT SOPHIE   |   TERMS & CONDITIONS