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Lot 43: Freeling (Sir Francis) Autograph letter signed to

Printed Books, Manuscripts, Ephemera and Original Artwork

by Bloomsbury Auctions

June 12, 2013

London, United Kingdom

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Description: Freeling (Sir Francis) Autograph letter signed to S.M. Phillipps, 2 pp. 4to, with integral blank, May 1st. 1829, regarding the identity of a pamphleteer "The writer is apparently insane, but there is a good deal of mischief & some method in his production", suggesting that it might by Mr. Burnidge "who wrote so largely on the subject of 'Dry Rot' in the Navy"; together with a letter signed, 1 p. folio, 20 June 1826, to an unnamed lady regarding the forwarding of all letters to Members of the Government even on a Saturday night if required; an autograph memo signed, 20 Nov. 183l addressed to the Duke of Wellington, torn with loss of recipient's name § Hill (Sir Rowland) Three autograph letters, one to Gwynfer Jones, 1 p. 8vo, with integral blank, repaired at fold, July 24th [1838?], asking him to attend the House in support of the Postage bill; one to C.S. Grey, 1 p. 8vo, Sept 16 [1829?], agreeing to attend to the Chancellor of the Exchequer's wishes; one to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1 p. 8vo, with embossed Post Office crest, laid down on thin card, 21 May '56, regarding the removal of the Hereford and Aberystwith mail to another load; and a letter signed to James Allan, 3 pp. 8vo, with embossed Post Office crest, 13th Dec. 1858, regarding Allan's proposals for the curtailment of the Peninsular Service § Victoria (Queen) Autograph letter, on Osborne headed mourning notepaper, 3pp. 8vo, Aug.3.1883, "Lady Ely has this day recd. this letter", mentioning Arthur, Sir Howard, and his sweet little girls § Victoria Mary Louisa, Duchess of Kent. Autograph letter signed, on mourning notepaper with embossed monogram, 2 pp.8vo, Frogmore, 27th Oct. 1851, addressed to "My Lord", asking for Captain Sandon to be given command of a troop in the Royal Horse Artillery § Churchill (Baroness Jane, Lady of the Bedchamber to Queen Victoria) Autograph letter signed to Mrs. Lillicrapp, on mourning notepaper with engraved view of Balmoral Castle, 4 pp. 8vo, Sept.21 [18]63, confirming the receipt of presents for the Princess of Wales and her maid § Ponsonby (Sir Henry Frederick, Private Secretary to Queen Victoria) Autograph letter signed to [Lord] Abinger, on notepaper with small embossed gilt view of Balmoral Castle, 3 pp. 8vo, May 22 1872, thanking him for a letter which "pleased the Queen immensely" (12)

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