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Catalogue of important literary and medieval manuscripts, autograph letters, valuable printed books : comprising an autograph manuscript by Oliver Goldsmith, the Haunch Venison ... together with autograph journals of Sir Joshua Reynolds, a letter of Dr. Johnson, etc.; the property of descendants of Reynolds' sister, Mary Palmer: the autograph manuscript of Dickens' 'Schoolboy's Story'; the property of William A Traill, esq.; portions of the autograph mss. of Scott's 'The Culloden Papers, ' of Malthus' 'Principles of Political Economy', of Washington Irving's 'Christopher Columbus, ' and of Crabbe's 'Tales of the Hall'; the property of Lt.-Col. John Murray ... manuscripts by William Cowper, Lord Tennyson, Sir A. Conan Doyle, Norman Douglas; very fine letters of George Washington and of Robert Burns; and a most interesting series of letters of George Bernard Shaw to J.E. Vedrenne ... ; a remarkable collection of early manuscripts, removed from a celebrated mediaeval library ... ; illuminated manuscripts of very good quality; fine illustrated sporting books, including Orne's 'Field Sports', 1807; the propoerty of H.W. Wykeham-Musgrave, esq.; 'Hawbuck Grange' inscribed by Surtees to John Leech, the propoerty of Mrs. A. Guillemard; etc.; presentation copies of works by Sir J.M. Barrie, Fanny Burney, C.L. Dodgson, John Golsworthy, Charles Lever, Samuel Richardson, Sir W. Scott, Oscar Wilde; a collection of first editions of H.G. Wells; etc. Which will be sold by auction by Messrs. Sotheby & Co. ... on Monday, 11th November, 1929, and three following days ... Preview this item
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Catalogue of important literary and medieval manuscripts, autograph letters, valuable printed books : comprising an autograph manuscript by Oliver Goldsmith, the Haunch Venison ... together with autograph journals of Sir Joshua Reynolds, a letter of Dr. Johnson, etc.; the property of descendants of Reynolds' sister, Mary Palmer: the autograph manuscript of Dickens' 'Schoolboy's Story'; the property of William A Traill, esq.; portions of the autograph mss. of Scott's 'The Culloden Papers, ' of Malthus' 'Principles of Political Economy', of Washington Irving's 'Christopher Columbus, ' and of Crabbe's 'Tales of the Hall'; the property of Lt.-Col. John Murray ... manuscripts by William Cowper, Lord Tennyson, Sir A. Conan Doyle, Norman Douglas; very fine letters of George Washington and of Robert Burns; and a most interesting series of letters of George Bernard Shaw to J.E. Vedrenne ... ; a remarkable collection of early manuscripts, removed from a celebrated mediaeval library ... ; illuminated manuscripts of very good quality; fine illustrated sporting books, including Orne's 'Field Sports', 1807; the propoerty of H.W. Wykeham-Musgrave, esq.; 'Hawbuck Grange' inscribed by Surtees to John Leech, the propoerty of Mrs. A. Guillemard; etc.; presentation copies of works by Sir J.M. Barrie, Fanny Burney, C.L. Dodgson, John Golsworthy, Charles Lever, Samuel Richardson, Sir W. Scott, Oscar Wilde; a collection of first editions of H.G. Wells; etc. Which will be sold by auction by Messrs. Sotheby & Co. ... on Monday, 11th November, 1929, and three following days ...

Author: Sotheby & Co. (London, England)
Publisher: London : Sotheby and Co., J. Davy & Sons, Ltd, 8-9 Frith street, Soho-square, W.1., 1929.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Genre/Form: Catalogs
Named Person: A Guillemard, Mrs.; John Murray, Sir; Henry Sims Smith; J V Brenchley; J E Vedrenne; H W Wykeham-Musgrave; W A Traill; Mary Palmer
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sotheby & Co. (London, England)
OCLC Number: 643526580
Notes: Sale code: Ephesus.
838 lots.
Description: 138 pages, 20 leaves of plates : facsimiles ; 25 cm

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