[Briton Riviere, RA, Victorian artist.] Autograph Note Signed ('Briton Rivière') to 'Miss Read', responding to a request for an autograph.

Briton Rivière [Briton Riviere], RA (1840-1920), British artist of Huguenot descent, noted for his animal paintings
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On letterhead of Flaxley, 82 Finchley Road, N.W. [London] 20 February 1900.

1p., 12mo. Mourning border. In good condition, lightly aged. Reads: 'Dear Miss Read | With pleasure I subscribe myself | Yours faithfully | Briton Rivière'.

[ Philip Carteret Webb, antiquary. ] Autograph Signature to part of Exchequer receipt.

Philip Carteret Webb (1702-1770), antiquary and barrister, Crown Agent in the North Briton (John Wilkes) scandal, 1763
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His Majesty's Receipt of Exchequer, London. 27 January 1756.

Good firm signature ('Philip Carteret Webb') on damaged leaf of paper with heavy wear to corners and edges, carrying a printed Exchequer receipt for £45, made out to Webb.

[ Scotland & Military1719 ] Document Signed by the Lords Justices and other parties.

The Lords Justices.
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The Cockpit, 30 July 1719.

Two pages, folio, minor defects including soiling, small holes and tears, but text complete and legible. Signatories at the top are: [Thomas] Parker, Henry Grey, Duke of Kent ("Kent C.P.S.), John Ker, Ist Duke of Roxburghe, James Craggs the Younger ("J Craggs"). "We do hereby direct, that out of such Moneys as are or shall come to your hands for the following Uses you lay unto William Burroughs Esqre late Commissary Generall of his Majesty's Stores, Provisions and fforage in North Britain the respective summs following Viz" Balance due ......

Autograph Letter Signed to unnamed male correspondent [Mr Blunt of Crewe].

John Brown
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29 May 1859; 'Edinburgh 23 Rutland St'.

Scottish essayist (1810-82). Two pages, 12mo. With mourning border. Good, but on discoloured paper, and with some glue staining to blank second leaf of bifoliate. Concerns the work for which Brown is remembered, 'Rab and his friends' (1859). If he is ever at Crewe he will 'certainly avail myself of Mrs. Blunt's & your very gratifying invitation. His wife is 'more delighted, I think, with your letter about "Rab" than by any other - & she has kept it - being like all good wives greedy of her husband's praise.' Signed 'J. Brown'.

Autograph Letter Signed to 'Miss Ward'.

Briton Riviere
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23 May 1892; on letterhead 'FLAXLEY, | 82 FINCHLEY RD.. N.W.'

English artist (1840-1920). Two pages, 12mo. Good, but with closed tear at head unobtrusively repaired with archival tape, and some spotting. In stamped envelope addressed in autograph and with postmark. 'I shall be pleased to come & see your pupils work on Wednesday June the 1st but shall not be able to reach there before 2.45 I regret to say. | With kind regards | Yours very truly | [signed] Briton Riviere'.

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