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ROGERS (Samuel, 1763-1855, Poet)

Autograph Letter Signed to "Dear Catherine" saying that if she happens "to be disengaged on Sunday next ... pray dine with me at ¼ before six and pray persuade your Brothers, as many as can, to come with you ..", 1 side 12mo., St James's Place, no date,

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Stock No:  40005      £45

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ROSEBERY (Archibald Philip Primrose, 5th Earl of, 1847-1929, Prime Minister 1894-1895, three times Derby winner)

Autograph Letter Signed in full to Mr Cobb, regretting that he "cannot come to you on Bank Holiday but I am going to Bolton during the first week in August, which is as much as I can manage ...", 1 side 8vo., 38 Berkeley SquareRosebery served as Foreign Secretary in Gladstone's brief third ministry in 1886. He served as the first chairman of the London County Council, set up by the Conservatives in 1889. Rosebery Avenue in Clerkenwell is named after him. headed paper, 28th June

Item Date:  1888
Stock No:  40003      £125

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RUSSELL (Lord John, 1st Earl, 1792-1878, Prime Minister)

Autograph Letter Signed to an unnamed correspondent sending that he has "kept your volumes a long time, but I hope you will allow me to keep them till Easter ...", 1 side 8vo., Pembroke Lodge, 16th February

Item Date:  1868
Stock No:  40001      £125

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WOOD (Sir Henry Evelyn, V.C., 1838-1919, Commander-in-Chief, Egyptian Army 1882-1886, from 1903 Field-Marshal) and Sir George Stuart WHITE (1835-1912, Field Marshal, Winner of the Victoria Cross, Commander in Chief in India and Defender of Ladysmith)

Autograph Letter Signed to W. G. BENHAM (Sir William Gurnery, 1859-1944, Newspaper Editor, Author and 3 times Mayor of Colchester) regretting that he "cannot get up to town in February so am unable to accept your kind invitation. The Governor wrote to me in pleasant terms of your son ...", 1 side 8vo., Windsor Castle headed paper, Millhurst, Harlow added by hand, 27th January

Item Date:  1908
Stock No:  40008      £100

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