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Lady Neale, regarding Sir Harry Neale ; and A. L. S., 1 p. 4to r
n. d., to same. 2 pieces.

256. ELIZABETH OF ENGLAND. L. S. and subscribed,
1 p. folio. May, 1594. To the Duke of Wirtemberg. Text in
French. (Lacks seal.)

257. ELLIOTT (GENERAL SIR GEORGE AUGUSTUS).
A. L. S., 13 pp. folio. Gibraltar, November 26, 1778.

* Dispatches to Viscount Weymouth regarding the contem-
plated attack on Gibraltar, of which he was Governor.

258. ELLISTON (ROBERT W., Actor and 1 Manager).
A. L. S., 2 pp. 8vo. Theatre Royal Drury Lane, July 29, 1822.
With 2 portraits.

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259. ENGLISH ARTISTS. Autograph Letters by Edward
J. Poynter, Sir George Reid, Martin A. Shee, G. F. Watts,
and others. Together 7 pieces.

260. ENGLISH ARTISTS. A. L. S. of John Hayter, 1826 ;
A. L. S. of Win. Sidney Cooper, 1873; A. N. S. of Sam'l West
[1863] ; Signature of J. Hardy ; and others. Together 11
pieces.

261. ENGLISH ARTISTS. A. L. S. of J. MacWhorter,
n. d. ; Signature of J. Linton; A. N. S. of S. Sandys, n. d. ;
A. L. S. of James Archer, n. d. ; A. N. S. of Thomas Wain-
wright ; and others. Together 21 pieces.

262. ENGLISH AUTHORS. Geo. J. Mivart, A. L. S. 1875 ;
Geo. J. P. Scrope, A. L. S., n. d. ; E. B. Roche, A. L. S. 1850 ;
Richard L. Sheil, signature, 1837; Frederic Shobert, A. L. S.
1834; Catherine Sinclair, A. L. S. Nov. 30, n. y. ; Samuel
Smiles, A. L. S. 1899. Together 7 pieces.

263. ENGLISH AUTHORS. A. L. S. of Tom Hood, 1 p.
n. d. ; A. L. S. of Jerome K. Jerome, 2 pp. n. d. ; Two A. L. S.
of S. Reynolds Hole, 1800 and '86; and others. Together
8 pieces.

264. ENGLISH CLERGYMEN. Manuscript of sermon of
Philip Henry. 1631-96; George R. Gleig. A. L. S. and por-
trait ; W. M. Hetherington. 1803-65. A. L. S., 3 pp. ; Francis
Jeune. 2 A. L. S.'s; W. Howley, Archbishop of Canterbury.
A. L. S. to Robert Southey; 2 franked postal addresses and
2 portraits. Together 11 pieces.

265. ENGLISH JUDGES. Sir James Wigram. A. N. S.,
1836; William Tidd. D. S. (partly in his autograph). Legal
advice; Sir Nicholas C. Tindal. L. S., 3 franks, 4 D. S.'s (one
containing legal advice in his autograph), 2 portraits. To-
gether 12 pieces, 5 inlaid.

266. ENGLISH JUDGES. A. L. S. of Robert, Lord Crau-
worth. 11/2 PP- 12mo. June 12, 1856; A. L. S. by Frederick
Thesiger, Baron Chelmsford. 2 pp. June 14, n. y. ; A. L. S.
by Richard Bethell, Baron Westbury; and others, including
portraits. 7 pieces.

267. ENGLISH JUDGES. William Scott. 2 A. L. S.'s
(one inlaid); Sir William Shee. A. L. S., 1 p. 1856: Sir
W. F. Pollock. A. L. S., 3 pp. 1864 ; A. L. S. and envelope ;
Sir James Alan Park. D. S. ; Sir Henry Russell. D. S. To-
gether 8 pieces, 6 inlaid.

268. ENGLISH JUDGES. Sir William Blackstone. D. S.,
1 p. folio. 1765; Thomas Birch. D. S.; Baron Wynford.
D. S. and portrait; Sir E. H. Alderson. A. L. S. and 2 D. S.'s;
Lord Alvanley. 2 D. S. 's. 9 pieces, 4 inlaid.

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269. ENGLISH JUDGES. Sir Julius tear. A. D. S. of

4 lines, with portrait; Baron Bowen. A. L. S. and portrait;
Baron Bollard. 2 A. L. S.'s and D. S. ; Baron Bramwell,
A. L. S. ; F. Buller. D. S. ; J. B. Bosanquet. D. S. 10 pieces,

5 inlaid.

270. ENGLISH JUDGES. Lord Alverstone, 2 A. L. S.'s;
William Murray, Earl of Mansfield. A. L. S., 4 pp. and sig-
nature inlaid with portrait; Sir James Mansfield. 2 D. S.'s;
Sir Robert Lush. A. L. S. ; Lord Kenyon. A. N. S. ; Sir Fitz-
roy Kelly. A. L. S., 3 signatures, portrait and D. S., signed
also by Mansfield and others. 15 pieces, 12 inlaid.

271. ENGLISH JUDGES. Sir William H. Ashurst. 2
A. L. S.'s and 2 D. S.'s; Sir W. B. Follett. 2 A. L. S.'s;
Vicary Gibbs. 2 A. L. S.'s; D. S.'s of Sir Henry Gould (3,
one with 6 lines in autograph), Sir John Gurney, John Heath
(partly in his autograph), and Sir William Holt (partly in
his autograph). 14 pieces, 10 inlaid.

272. ENGLISH JUDGES. Thomas Erskine. A. L. S.,
1843, and D. S., 1839 ; Lord Ellenborough. D. S., with addi-
tional signature and 2 portraits; Thomas Denman. A. L. S.
and 2 franks; Sir C. Creswell. 2 A. L. S.'s; Sir John Cole-
ridge. A. L. S. 1881, signature and 2 portraits. 14 pieces.

273. ENGLISH JUDGES. Sir John Taylor Coleridge.
A. L. S.'s (4, one with initials only) ; A. N. S. and 2 D. S.'s;
Sir Alex. J. E. Cockburn. 2 A. L. S.'s, 2 D. S.'s, franks (2)
and portrait; Lord Esher. A. L, S. Together 15 pieces, 12
inlaid.

274. ENGLISH JUDGES. John Heath. A. N. S. and
D. S.; Vicary Gibbs. A. L. S. and D. S. ; William Garrow.
D. S. and 2 portraits; W. W. Follett. 2 A. L. S.'s, frank and
2 portraits; A. L. S.'s of William Grant and J. Gurney;
D. S.'s of V. Gibbs, H. Gould, and G. S. Holroyd; signature
of Win. Huff. 18 pieces, 11 inlaid.

275. ENGLISH JUDGES. William Scott, Baron Stowell.
Frank; D. S., 1 p. oblong folio, on vellum; portrait; Sir
Lancelot Shadwell. D. S. (part autograph) ; Baron Russell.
L. S. and 10 portraits; Sir Fred. Pollock. L. S. (3rd person)
and frank; Sir James A. Park. A. L. S. and silhouette por-
trait. Together 19 pieces, 7 inlaid.

276. ENGLISH JUDGES. Earl of Mansfield. A. L. S.,
4 pp. and signature inlaid with portrait; Fitzroy Kelly.
A. L. S., signature and 4 portraits; Joseph Jekyll. A. L. S.
and humorous note about Country Gentlemen. A. L. S.'s of
Sir George Jessel, J. Mansfield, Henry James, Sir R. Lush
and others, with portraits. 23 pieces, 10 inlaid.

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277. ENGLISH STATESMEN AND JUDGES. Signa-
tures and franked postal addresses. Derby (12th Earl) ;
Monteagle of Brandon; Dr. Fraser, Bishop of Manchester;
Mayo ; Orford ; Lothian ; Abingdon ; Sydney ; Dartmouth ; and
Rosse. Together 10 pieces.

278. ENGLISH STATESMEN. Harcourt (Sir William
Vn-uon). A. L. S., and portrait; Lord Hartington (Duke of
Devonshire). A. N. S., 1890, and portrait; Bernard Osborne.
A. L. S., 1873, with addressed envelope; John C. Hobhouse.
A. X. S., Sig. and portrait; Joseph Hume. A. N. S. and por-
trait. 10 pieces, 4 inlaid.

279. ENGLISH STATESMEN. Churchill (Lord Ran-
dolph). A. L. S., 1889, and portrait; Asquith, H. H. (Prime-
Minister). A. L. S., 1903; Denison, J. Evelyn (Viscount
Ossington). A. L. S., 1867; Rowland Hill (Penny postage
school-master). A. L. S. and portrait; and 5> others. 10 pieces,
3 inlaid.

280. ENGLISH STATESMEN. Fox (H. S., Envoy at
Washington). A. L. S., Wash., Feb. 25, 1841. To John
Forsyth; Balfour, A. J. (Irish Secty.). Signature and por-
trait; Baron Bexley (Nicholas Vansittart). Signature and
portrait; Duke of Buckingham, A. L., third person; Lord
('.-inning, A. L., third person; and 5 others. 12 pieces, 5
inlaid.

281. ENGLISH WRITERS. A. N. of Dionysius Lardner,
1 p. 1837; Letter in third person of same, 1 p. 1836; A. N. S.
of George Gilfillan, 1 p. 1857 ; A. L. S. of Henry Home, Lord
Knmes, 4 pp. 1761; and 2 portraits. Together 6 pieces.

282. ENTRECASTEAUX (BRUNI D', French Admiral:
1739-93; explored the D'Entrecasteaux Islands, near New
Guinea). A. N. S., 4to. Sept. 15, 1791 (inlaid).

283. EON (CHARLES G. T. D', known as the Chevaliere
d'fion}. Curious anecdote signed "la chevaliere d'&n."
1 p. 4to. London, June 10, 1790. With 2 portraits, in female
attire, including a very fine and scarce one engraved by
F. Havvard after Angelica Kauffmann in two states, one being
before coloring. 4 pieces (3 inlaid).

* The above signature is very rare.

284. ERNEST AUGUSTUS, Duke of Cumberland, son of
George III, afterwards King Ernest I of Hanover). A. L. S.,
1 p. 4to. St. James's Palace, Febr. 28, 1829. Declaring his
intention of presenting a certain petition to the House of
Lords.

285. ERSKINE( THOMAS, Lord Chancellor). Autograph
manuscript of speech on "Mr. Reeve's Pamphlet," 6 pp. 4to.
[November 23, 1796.] With 4 engraved portraits. 5 pieces,
inlaid on 7 folio sheets.

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286. ERSKINE (THOMAS, Lord Chancellor). A. L. S. r

1 p. 4to. 1812; A. N. S., 1 p. 4to. 1821; franked postal
address; 6 portraits (including "Councellor Ego" by Gill-
ray). Together 9 pieces, 2 inlaid.

287. EVANS (SIR GEORGE DE LACY, British General,
Fought at New Orleans. 1787-1870). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to.
Stamford Hall, August 7 [1830]. To Sinclair Cullen, urging
his attendance at the County Election at Leicester. With
portrait. Together 2 pieces.

288. EYRE (SIR ROBERT, Lord Chief Justice). D. S. r

2 pp. 4to. 1713. Legal document signed in 4 places.

289. FALLIERES (CLEMENT ARMAND, President of
the French Republic). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to. Mezin, Oct. 26,
1895. Declaring the inconvenience of being recommended to
a Prefect by his Minister, etc.

290. FARADAY (MICHAEL, Scientist). A. L. S., 1 p.
8vo. Royal Institute, April 12, 1834. Announcing the death
of Mr. Fuller; A. N. S., 1 p. 12mo, n. p., n. d. ; and an ad-
dressed envelope. With 3 portraits. Together 6 pieces.

291. FAURE (FELIX, President of the French Republic).
L. S., 1 p. 8vo. Paris, July 18, 1894. To the President of the
French Association for the Advancement of Science. With
4 portraits. 5 pieces, 3 inlaid.

292. FAVRE (JULES C. G., prominent French States-
man ; settled the terms for the capitulation of Paris, January,.
1871). A. N. S., 16mo. March 4, 1865.

293. FENELON (FRANQOIS DE SALIGNAC DE LA
MOTHE). A. L. S. Fr[ancois] Ar[cheveque] Due de Cam-
bray." 2 pp. 12mo. April 5, 1704. With wax seal.

* BARE AUTOGRAPH. To Monsieur Robert de Lenze in re-
gard to the dowry to be given to a lady who wishes to enter a
monastery.

294. FENTON (EDWARD D., Author). A. L. S., 3 pp.
8vo; John Listen, Actor. A. L. S., 1 p. 8vo; Miss Kelly,
Actress. A. L. (3rd person), 1 p. 8vo; Signer Paganini, Musi-
cian. A. L. (3rd person), 1 p. 8vo. Together 4 pieces.

295. FERRY (JULES, French Statesman). A. L. S., 1 p.
12mo, n. d. With 2 portraits. 3 pieces, inlaid.

296. FEUILLET (OCTAVE, distinguished French Novel-
ist). A. L. S., 1 p. 12mo. Paris, Sept. 27, 1877 (inlaid).

297. FIESCHI (JOSEPH; attempted to assassinate Louis
Philippe in 1835; executed 16th Febr., 1836). A. L. S., 1 p.
obi. 8vo, n. d. With 2 views of Fieschi's residence in Paris,
together with a bill announcing the exhibition in London of

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the portraits of the heads of Fieschi, Pepin and Morey, taken
after the execution. 3 pieces, inlaid.

* The letter is addressed to the Director of the Maison de
Justice in Paris, while Fieschi was prisoner there, asking for
tobacco.

298. FITZGERALD (EDWARD, British Author). A. L. S.
(initials), 2 pp. 8vo. Woodbridge, Jan. 1, 1870.

* "Dear Posh, . . . We must settle what is to be done about
tin Lugger . . . One .difficulty is, that having once been
partner, I must remain always responsible, unless I advertise
in the papers that I am partner no longer," etc. Written on
one sheet, which has been torn close to margin.

"Posh" was the nickname given to Joseph Fletcher, the
captain of Fitzgerald 's lugger, between whom and the poet
an unusual and amusing relationship existed.

299. FITZGERALD (EDWARD). A. L. S., 3*4 pp. 8vo.
Little Grange, May 11, 1874. "My Dear Edwards." Inviting
the painter to Little Grange and mentioning very tactfully
that he understands Edwards' picture is not in the Academy
this year.

300. FITZGERALD (EDWARD). Original manuscript
poem : ' ' Chivalry at a Discount. ' ' 9 eight-line verses on 5 pp.
4to. With 4 portraits; also, 7 pp. A. L. S. of Sir George
Young (W. M. Praed's nephew). Together 6 pieces.

* The title and a quotation, with several corrections, are in
the autograph of W. M. Praed, who is believed to have cor-
rected many of Fitzgerald's manuscripts. Sir George Young's
letter is extremely interesting for the light it throws on the
early work of Praed and Fitzgerald, as much confusion has
arisen, partly through both having used the same Greek letter
signature. The above poem appeared in "The New Monthly"
of Jan., 1829, and the manuscript bears autograph instruc-
tions of the editor, Charles Knight, to insert in place of one
of Praed's contributions, and also mentions that the signatures
are alike.

301. FITZ-JAMES (CHARLES, DUG DE, Peer and Mar-
shal of France, 1712-87). A. L. S., 1 p. small 4to. Paris,
Jan. 6, 1776.

302. FLAUBERT (GUSTAVE, celebrated French Novel-
ist i. A. L. S., 1 p. 8vo. Sept, 1 [no year]. With portrait.
2 pieces, inlaid.

303. FLEURY (CARDINAL ANDRE HERCULE DE,
preceptor of Louis XV and afterwards his Prime Minister).
A. L. S., "A. H. ev[eque]deFrejus." 2 pp. small 4to. Paris,
March 1, 1722. On financial matters. With a fine portrait
engraved by Roy after Rigaud. 2 pieces.

304. FOOTE (SAMUEL, British Actor and Dramatist).
A. L. S., 2 pp. royal 8vo. Paris, February 18th. With 3 por-
traits. 4 pieces.

'Rare and interesting letter. ". . . We have nothing new
in //M.V quarter but a tragedy of Voltaire, called Borne Pre-
served, the story w founded on Cataline's Conspiracy and the

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subject was chosen in direct opposition to Crebillon. The
public is divided as to the superiority of the two authors,
but if crowded houses, and universal applause are testimonys
of merit, Voltaire must be allowed infinite ... In England I
am inclined to think the Tragedy would be thought frigid, and
the actors extravagant," etc.

305. FOREIGN DIPLOMATS AND EDUCATORS. Yos-
hidu Kiyonari, Japanese Minister to U. S. 2 cards; Behring
Sea Tribunal. Admission card, signed by the Secretary;
A. Lefaires, French Minister; Prof. J. Decaisse. A. L. S. ;
W. T. Dyer. Director of Kew Gardens. A. L. S. ; Mary de
Cesnola. Signature ; and others. Together 13 pieces.

306. FORSTER (JOHN, Biographer). A. L. S., 2 pp. 4to,
Tuesday Morning, with leaf of address and engraved portrait,
letter inlaid.

* To W. Harrison Ainsworth, concerning passages in his
own works which Ainsworth may be able to use.

307. FOULLON (JOSEPH FR. ; Intendant General of
Finances; massacred at Paris in 1789). A. L. S., 1 p. 8vo.
Paris, June 13, 1778.

308. FREDERIC (HAROLD, Author). Original Auto-
graph MS. "Gladstone: As a Leader of Men." 5 pp. 4to,
neatly and closely written, signed. With an addressed envel-
ope and portrait. Together 3 pieces.

309. FRENCH MARSHALS. An Album containing 15
autograph letters signed, autograph general orders, etc., by
French Marshals, Generals, and Admirals, including Marshal
Etienne Maurice Gerard (1773-1852), Albin Reine Roussin
(1781-1854), Charles Rigault de Genouilly (1807-73), Count
Esprit Victor de Castellane (1788-1862), M. J. Eugene
Daumas (1803-71), Auguste Pierre Gemeau (1790-1868), etc.
All pasted on cardboard and bound in one vol. 4to, half
leather.

310. GABORIAU (EMILE, the great master of "police
novels"). A. N. S., 1 p. 8vo, n. d. (inlaid).

311. GAMBETTA (LEON, celebrated French Politician;
Dictator of France for 5 months). A. L. S., 1 p. 8vo. Aug. 4,
1877. With a portrait and a view of his monument. 3 pieces
(inlaid).

312. GASPARIN (COUNT AGENOR DE; advocate of
religious liberty and husband of the well-known writer Valerie
Boissier de Gasparin. A. L. S., 4 pp. 12mo. May 16, 1862.

313. GAUTIER (THEOPHILE, celebrated French Poet
and Novelist). A. L. S., 1 p. 8vo. Paris, March 16, 1853.
With 2 portraits. 3 pieces (2 inlaid).

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314. GENLIS (STEPHANIE FELICITE DUCREST DE
ST. AUBIN, Comtesse de). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to. Sept. 2, 1783.
With 2 portraits. 3 pieces (1 inlaid).

* The letter is probably address to Miss Frances Burney;
Madame de Genlis thanks her for the letter and the charming
present, and expresses the delight she has had in reading her
works, and asks her address in London for the purpose of send-
ing the "VeilUs du Chateau," which will be published in
three months.

315. GENLIS (STEPHANIE FELICITE DUCREST DE
ST. AUBIN, Comtesse de). A. L. S., 1 p. obi. 8vo. 8 Ger-
minal, Year X (inlaid). With a fine portrait engraved by
Lignon after Cheradame. 2 pieces.

316. GENLIS (STEPHANIE FELICITE DUCREST DE
ST. AUBIN, Comtesse de). A. L., 1 p. 8vo. n. d. To
Madame Cherubim, wife of the celebrated composer, express-
ing her sorrow for not being invited to the repetition of the
Abencerrages, as she would have been delighted to hear the
divine music of M. Cherubini. With 2 engraved portraits.
3 pieces (2 inlaid).

317. GEORGE II. L. S. (in German), 2 pp. folio. St.
James, February, 1734. Inlaid.

318. GEORGE III. L. S., 1 p. 8vo (inlaid). St. James's,
April 15, 1790, m/8 pt. one P. M. Note, 9 lines, regarding
the Duke of Leeds and an appointment for the Count Bewrtzki
to present his credentials, from the King of Hungary.

319. GEORGE III. A. L. S., 1 p. 4to. Windsor, Dec. 5,
1796 ; Autograph Copy of the letter from Frederick, Duke of
York, to which the above is a reply. 3^ pp. folio. Lond.,
Dec. 4, 1796.

* Interesting historical letters in which the Duke complains
"that the same fatal error has been committed in it [bill for
raising a force of soldiers] as in the one passed during the
American War; by which the men are not to be inlistcd for
life," etc. The King replies: "... the subject of ymir letter
is another proof of the very slovenly metliod in ichifh business
is carried on in this Country," etc.

320. GEORGE III. D. S., 1 p. oblong folio, vellum. Saint
James's, June 16, 1803. Appointment of apothecary to the
army. Inlaid.

321. GEORGE III. A. L. S., 1 p. square 12mo. 47 m. p't
4. P. M. n. y. Inlaid. To General [Henry Seymour] Con way,
regarding the Duke of Newcastle. Inlaid.

322. GEORGE IV. A. L. S., 2% pp. 4to. April 21, 1797.
To Sir John Coxe Hippesley, regarding the visit of the Heredi-
tary Prince to England.

323. GEORGE IV. D. S., 1 p. folio, on vellum. Carlton
House, Oct. 25, 1814 (seal missing). Captain's commission,
signed also by Viscount Sidmouth (inlaid).



324. GI'FFORD (WILLIAM, Author). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to.
James St. March 3>, 1818 ; Another of 1 p. folio, no date. 3 por-
traits. 5 pieces.

325. GIRARDIN (EMILE DE, noted French Journalist
and Dramatist). A. L. S., 1 p. 8vo (inlaid). Paris, Sept. 26,
1845. With 4 portraits. 5 pieces.

326. GODWIN (WILLIAM, Author, father of Mary Shel-
ley). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to. Somers Town, May 7, 1795. To Miss
Hayes, making an appointment. Portrait. 2 pieces.

327. GODWIN (WILLIAM). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to. Skinner
Street, Nov. 2, 1811. In regard to legal complications arising
from the lease of his house.

328. GODWIN (WILLIAM). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to. 195
Strand, July 21, 1823. To Mr. Bartley, inquiring whether the
play "Presumption, or the Fate of Frankenstein" is founded
on the novel "Frankenstein" written by his daughter, Mary
Shelley.

329. GOETHE (JOHANN WOLFGANG). L. S., 1 p. folio.
Weimar, Sept. 12, 1791. With 2 portraits. 3 pieces (inlaid).

330. GONCOURT (EDMOND AND JULES, French Novel-
ists). A. L. S. by Edmond de Goncourt, 1 p. 8vo, Apr. 23,
1886; A. N. S. by Jules de Goncourt, n. d. With portrait.
3 pieces (2 inlaid).

331. GORDON (CHARLES GEORGE, "Chinese Gor-
don"). A.- L. S., 4 pp. 8vo. Jan. 20, 1859. Refers to the
reversal of a commission to Constantinople. With 2 portraits.
3 pieces.

332. GORDON (CHARLES GEORGE). A. L. S., 3^4 pp.
folio. Quinsan, China, Dec. 25, 1863. A long and interesting
letter giving his views on the breaking up of the force under
his command, which was successful in quelling the Taiping
rebellion. With an etched portrait. 2 pieces.

333. GORDON (LORD GEORGE, Agitator, caused the No
Popery riots in 1780, died in Newgate, where he was im-
prisoned for libel on the Queen of France). A. L. in 3rd
person. 1 p. 4to. Newgate [circa 1790]. To Maurice Mar-
garot. Mounted with address. Two portraits. Together 3
pieces.

334. GOSSE (EDMUND, Poet). A. L. S., 3 pp. 8vo. London,
1887. To Mr. Osgood, making arrangements for a dinner.

* The guests include Alma Tadema, Bret Harte, Edwin
Abbey, Millet, Dobson, Boughton, Lankaster and others.

335. GOSSE (EDMUND). A. L. S., 4 pp. 8vo, Nov. 24,
1889. To Mrs. Lynn Linton, in regard to an article by her
on Ireland.

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336. GOSSE (EDMUND). A. L. S., iy 2 pp. 8vo. London,
1892. Presenting to a committee through Robert Harrison,
50 volumes of Scandinavian literature.

337. GOSSIP IN A LIBRARY (Gosse), Lond. 1892; Ex-
cursions in Libraria (Powell), Lond. 1895; Pleasures of
Literature (Willmott), N. Y. 1907. Together 3 vols. 8vo,
cloth and boards.

338. GOULD (S. BARING). A. L. S., iy 2 pp. 12mo, 1888;
A. N. S. of same, 1 p. 1894; A. L. S. of Frederic Harrison,
1 p. 1889 ; A. L. S. of H. R. Haweis, 3 pp., n. d. Together
4 pieces.

339. GOURGAUD (GASPARD, Napoleon's General; twice
saved his life; accompanied the Emperor td St. Helena;
author of the Campagne de 1815}. A. L. in third person. 2 pp.
12mo. n. d. To Bossange, the French publisher and book-
seller, sending notes for the correction of the proofs, probably
of his Contpagne of 1815 (inlaid).

340. GRAMMONT (ANTOINE, DUKE DE, Marshal of
France; wrote the "Memoires" published by his son in 1716).
A. L. S., 3 pp. small 4to. Paris, June 13, 1634. With seal.
With 5 portraits engraved by P. de Jode, etc. 6 pieces (1 in-
laid).

* To the Marquis de Poyanne, Lieutenant-General in Navarre
and Beam, on military matter, and regarding his duty towards
the King and country. BARE.

341. GRAY (THOMAS, Poet. 1716-1771). Original manu-
2ript in author's autograph, containing 2 poems of 12 and 8

lines respectively. 1 p. 4to. With 2 engraved and inlaid
portraits. Together 3 pieces.

* A contemporary note on top of page says: "The following
two poems were given to Mr. Jacob by [Miss Speed] Countess
de Vim, who told him they (were) vrritten by Mr. Gray."
Miss Speed was the friend of Lady Cobham and the only lady
known to whom Gray ever addressed amatory verses.

342. GRAY (THOMAS). Autograph manuscript. 2- pp.
4to. "Churches worth visiting in the County of Norfolk."
Margin trimmed close. With 3 portraits (2 inlaid). 4 pieces.

* Contains short notes on 14 churches, giving in many cases
the dates when they were built and restored, with interesting
additions relating to their histories, situations and notable
tombs.

343. GREEN (JOHN RICHARD). A.' L. Signed with
initials. 6 pp. 8vo. San Remo, Nov. 27, 1871; Proof sheets
of title and preface to "The Conquest of England," with
autograph corrections. 2 pieces.

!4I. GREVY (JULES, President of the French Republic).
A. L. S., 1 p. 8vo, n. d. With 3 portraits. 4 pieces (2 inlaid).

345. GROTE (GEORGE, Historian). A. L. S., 1 p. 12mo.
Lond., June 4, 1853; 2 portraits. 3 pieces.

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346. GROVE (SIB GEORGE, Author of works on music).
A. L. S., 7 pp. 8vo. London, Sept. 5, 1881 ; 2 others of 4 pp.
each. 3 pieces.

347. GROVE (SIR GEORGE). A. L. S., 3 pp. 8vo. Lond.
March 11, 1885; Two others dated March 1, and July 27, 1885.
3 pieces.

348. GUILLOTIN (JOSEPH-IGNACE, celebrated French
physician; the ''guillotine" was named after him). Auto-
graph medical certificate signed. 1 p. folio. Paris, Jan. 29,
1814. With 4 portraits engraved by Bonneville and Prevost.
5 pieces (4 inlaid).

349. GUIZOT (FRANQOIS PIERRE GUILLAUME,
French Statesman and Historian). A. L. S., 2 pp. 12mo r
Paris, Jan. 14, 1856 (in reference to the English translation
and publication of one of his historical works) ; A. L. S.. 1 p.
8vo, June 2, 1841. With 3 portraits. 5 pieces (3 inlaid).

350. GUIZOT (FRANQOIS PIERRE GUILLAUME).
3 autograph letters signed. 1 p. 4to and smaller. Paris, May
2, 1834 ; March 3, 1853 ; August 4, 1858. With 2 portraits.
5 pieces.

351. "GYP" (pseudonym of Countess Gabrielle Martel de
Janville, French Novelist). A. L. S., 4 pp. square 8vo, n. d.
(inlaid). With 2 portraits. 3 pieces.

* A characteristic and bold specimen of handwriting.

352. HALIBURTON (THOMAS C., "Sam Slick").
A. L. S., 1 p. 8vo. Isleworth, Oct. 12, 1863 ; A. L. S., 1 p. 4to.
Windsor, Nova Scotia, Oct. 22, 1839. With a portrait. To-
gether 3 pieces.

353. HALIFAX (LORD GEORGE, EARL OF HALI-
FAX). D. S., 2 pp. folio. Whitehall, April 5>, 1731. Certifi-
cate of the Moneys remaining in the Exchequer, on the Duties
of Salt and Paper : with Warrant regarding the same, signed
by the Lords of the Treasury Sir Robert Walpole and Geo.
'Dodington (inlaid).

354. HALL (BASIL, Author). A. L. S., 4 pp. 12mo.
n. p., n. d. An interesting letter discussing his projected trip
to America. With an engraved portrait. 2 pieces.

355. HALLAM'( HENRY, Historian). A. L. S., 8 pp. 4to.
London, April 7, 1832. [To H. Walter.]

* A fine literary letter regarding Mr. Walter 's criticisms of
Hallam's "Literature of Europe" and "Constitutional His-
tory of England."

356. HALLAM (HENRY). A. L. S., 3 pp. 4to. London,
July 25, 1838.

* To George Bancroft, thanking him for the first volumes of
his History of the United States, etc.

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357. HALLAM (HENRY) . A. L. S., 2 pp. 12mo, Tunbridge
Wells, Oct. 4, 1842; Front of envelope addressed to W. H.
Prescott; Portrait. 3 pieces. .

358. HAMERTON (PHILIP GILBERT, Painter, Poet,



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