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DICKENS (Charles, 1812-1870, Novelist)

Fine Autograph Letter signed with fine full signature to Mr Wilson, telling him that "A highly esteemed American friend of mine, Mr Charles F. Norton - a distinguished and responsible gentleman - wishes to find a furnished house for himself and family ... I have told him of my satisfactory experience of you on all occasions and I beg you to treat him as you would myself. You could not have a better client ... you could not oblige me more than by helping him ... with as little trouble to himself (he being in delicate health just now) as possible ...", 1 side 8vo., Gads Hill Place, Higham by Rochester, Kent, 5th November very slightly trimmed

Item Date:  1868
Stock No:  40958      £2275

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DISRAELI (Benjamin, Earl of Beaconsfield, 1804-1881, Prime Minister and Novelist)

Autograph Note Signed "B. Disraeli" saying "Thursday July nine 1863. Admit the Bearer to the Gallery of the House ...", 1 side oblong 8vo., no place, 9th July

Item Date:  1863
Stock No:  40952      £275

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GEORGE III (1738-1820, King of Great Britain)

Slightly 'Mad' Signature taken from a vellum document, 3½" x 2", no place, no date, annotated on the verso as 16th October

Item Date:  1805
Stock No:  40930      £150

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GEORGE IV (1762-1830, King of Great Britain)

Fine signature from the head of a document with some text on the verso , "Year of Our Reign. To Our Right Trusty and Well beloved Councillor John Lord Lyndhurst ...", 2 sides 7½" x 3", no place, no date, circa

Item Date:  1812
Stock No:  40927      £125

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GREY (Sir George, 2nd Baronet, 1799-1882, Statesman, Home Secretary under Russell and Palmerston)

Final page of a Licence to Plead Document Signed, addressed to William Whateley saying that "Counsel for the said Petitioner in the trial of the said Indictment, We being graciously pleased to condescend to the Petitioner's Request do accordingly dispense with the said William Whateley and grant him Our Royal Licence and Authority to be of Counsel for the said Petitioner on the trial of the said Indictment as often as there shall be occasions. Given at Our Court at Saint James's ...", 1 side folio with endorsement on the verso, Court at St James's, 1st February

Item Date:  1850
Stock No:  40942      £150

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