[ Charles Tennyson d'Eyncourt, Whig politician, Alfred Lord Tennyson's unpleasant uncle. ] Note in the third person to the editor of The Globe newspaper. With cutting of his obituary from The Times.

Charles Tennyson d'Eyncourt [ born Charles Tennyson ] (1784-1861), Whig Member of Parliament for Stamford, 1831-1832 and for Lambeth, 1832-1852; uncle of Poet Laureate Alfred Lord Tennyson
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Note without place or date. Cutting from The Times, London, 23 July 1861.

The note is 1p., 16mo, on a bifolium. In fair condition, on aged and worn paper, with small strip of staining from mount along fore-edge. It reads 'Mr d'Eyncourt will be extremely obliged to the Editor of the Globe to insert the enclosed. | Friday 8 ' Attached at the head of the page is the cutting from The Times ('Death of Mr. Tennyson d'Eyncourt'), with manuscript date.?>

[ Yves Guyot, French politician and economist. ] Two Autograph Letters Signed to an unnamed recipient, concerning the translation into English by C. H. d'Eyncourt Leppington of his 'Principles of Social Economy'.

Yves Guyot (1843-1928), French laissez-faire politician and economist [ Charles H. d'Eyncourt Leppington; W. Swan Sonnenschein & Co., London publishers ]
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One letter 20 July 1884; the other from London, 6 March [1888?].

Written in a crabbed, difficult hand. ONE: 20 July 1884. 2pp., 12mo. Bifolium. In good condition, lightly-aged. Apparently writing to the publisher of the translation, he thanks him for the copies he has been sent, expressing 'l'honneur que vous m'avez fait en entreprennant cette edition'. TWO: London, 6 March [1888?]. 1p., 12mo. In fair condition, on aged and browned paper. A short letter, referring to Leppington.

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