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WALSINGHAM-41602-1.jpg KENTISH MUSTER SIGNED BY CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE'S PATRON
WALSINGHAM (Sir Thomas, 1561-1630, of Scadbury, Chislehurst, Courtier to Queen Elizabeth I and literary patron to Christopher Marlowe and other poets)

Extremely Rare Letter Signed 'Thos Walsingham', at the foot of an Autograph Letter by Sir John Scott of Kent, being a Kentish Muster addressed to Sir William TWYSDEN (1566-1639, 1st Baronet, Politician), requiring Twysden to have his company in full effect, that it "may be fitt to appeare before the muster maister at Cockesheath, uppon the fivetenth day of October, by eight of the clock in the morning ...", the text almost certainly in the hand of Sir John Scott, signed by Scott, Walsingham and John Levyt, 1 side folio with integral autograph address leaf with remnant of a small seal, no place, 28th July

Item Date:  1608
Stock No:  41602      £2750

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WOOLF-37165-1.jpg WOOLF ON MRS DALLOWAY
WOOLF (Virginia, 1882-1941, Novelist, Critic & Essayist)

Excellent Autograph Letter Signed to Mlle Monteil a French writer who had written a sympathetic critical analysis of Mrs. Dalloway, she starts by saying that she well remembers meeting her last winter and goes on to thank her "for your very generous and what is better, highly intelligent study of Mrs. Dalloway. I am very grateful to you for the care and skill which you have spent on my work - it seems to me one of the subtlest & most interesting studies of it that I have read. No doubt you have praised it too highly - of that an author cannot judge -but to be praised for the qualities one had wished to possess is a great pleasure & a rare one. I am particularly interested that a French critic should be so sympathetic; my faults are those, I should have said, that your race most abominates ...", 1 side 4to., 52 Tavistock Square, 14th July

Item Date:  1930
Stock No:  37165      £5750

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