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Autograph letter signed from Samuel Timmins, Birmingham, to Clement Mansfield Ingleby 1883 September 7.

Author: Samuel Timmins; C M Ingleby
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Timmins discusses an "impudent" charge by the mayor which he thinks Ingleby should refute. Refers to the Gazette and John Rabone's letter, to which Timmins writes that he has replied. On letterhead from Elvetham Lodge, Birmingham. With a clipping of Rabone's letter to the Editor of the Daily Gazette on the topic of Ingleby's book, Shakespeare's bones. Date of clipping written at the top: Sept. 7, 1883.
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Genre/Form: Manuscripts
Letters
Clippings
Correspondence Manuscripts
Named Person: Samuel Timmins; Clement Mansfield Ingleby; Clement Mansfield Ingleby; John Rabone
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Samuel Timmins; C M Ingleby
OCLC Number: 416480746
Notes: Bifolium.
Description: 2 leaves ; 19 x 12 cm.

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Timmins discusses an "impudent" charge by the mayor which he thinks Ingleby should refute. Refers to the Gazette and John Rabone's letter, to which Timmins writes that he has replied. On letterhead from Elvetham Lodge, Birmingham. With a clipping of Rabone's letter to the Editor of the Daily Gazette on the topic of Ingleby's book, Shakespeare's bones. Date of clipping written at the top: Sept. 7, 1883.

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