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Author: John Ruskin
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Concerning the annulment of the marriage between Euphemia Chalmers Gray and John Ruskin, including: copy of the divorce decree, extracted from the Registry of the Commissary Court of Surrey Doctors Commons (3 p., fol.); copy of query submitted to Dr. Tristram, "Whether the Sentence could now be impeached in anyway by any one," and of his opinion there on, 19 July 1871 (3 p., fol.); Autograph letters signed (13):  Read more...
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Named Person: Euphemia Chalmers Gray Millais, Lady; John Ruskin
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: John Ruskin
OCLC Number: 270867815
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Concerning the annulment of the marriage between Euphemia Chalmers Gray and John Ruskin, including: copy of the divorce decree, extracted from the Registry of the Commissary Court of Surrey Doctors Commons (3 p., fol.); copy of query submitted to Dr. Tristram, "Whether the Sentence could now be impeached in anyway by any one," and of his opinion there on, 19 July 1871 (3 p., fol.); Autograph letters signed (13): London, 21 July 1871, from Mr. Richardson to Ruskin (2 letters), one transmitting the copy of the query and opinion (1 p., 8vo), the other concerning Mr. Martineau's opinion of the validity of the decree (2 p., 8vo); London, 6 February 1872, from A. Perceval Graves to Mr. Cowper-Temple, concerning Ruskin (1 p., 12mo); London, 24 June 1871, from J.P. Martineau to Ruskin, about the divorce decree (4 p., 12mo); London, 28 June 1871, from J.P. Martineau to Mr. Cowper-Temple, forwarding a copy of the decree (1 p., 12mo); [London?], 1871, from Dr. John Simon to Ruskin (1 p., 24mo); Denmark Hill, 14 December 1854, from John James Ruskin to Mr. Alexander, concerning his son's marriage (retained copy, 4 p., 8vo); 28 December 1854, from John James Ruskin to Mr. Collins, concerning his son's marriage (retained copy, 3 p., 8vo); London, 23 May-2 August 1854, from J.C. Rutter of Rutter & Trotter to John James Ruskin, concerning his son's marriage annulment (5 letters, 11 p, 8vo); two statements by Ruskin on his marriage, in another hand, 1870 (4 p.).

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