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[Bertrand Russell and Professor Mansel Davies.] Nineteen Items relating to Russell from Davies's papers, including six letters from Russell's wife Edith, and material concerning Bertrand Russell Peace Fund , Pugwash Conferences, Ralph Schoenman.

Author: 
Bertrand Russell Peace Fund [Professor Mansel Davies (1913-1995) of Aberystwyth] Pugwash Conferences [Edith, Countess Russell; Dora Russell; Ralph Schoenman; Christopher Farley; Alistair Yule]
Publication details: 
Between 1958 and 1971. Edith, Countess Russell's letters from Plas Penrhyn, Merioneth [Wales]. Davies's letters from 'Talfan', Stanley Road, Aberystwyth [Wales].
£620.00

Nineteen Items relating to Bertrand Russell and his activities, from the papers of his associate Mansel Morris Davies (for information regarding whom see his obituary in the Independent, 17 January 1995). An interesting collection, casting light on the 1960s peace movement, the Welsh aspect of Russell's political activities, and the tensions among his supporters. The collection is in good condition, lightly aged and worn. ONE: Carbon copies of six TLsS from MD to Bertrand Russell. A total of 10pp, 4to. From Telfan, Stanley Road, Aberystwyth; between 22 April 1958 and 16 December 1969.

[ Jamestow; inc. French text ] Exposition de Jamestown a Hampton Roads pres Norfolk (Virginia)

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[ Jamestown Foundation Celebrations ]
Publication details: 
Ouverture le 26 Avril 1907 | Cloture le 30 Novembre 1907, Printing Offices (Imprimerie Nouvelle) 16 Lisle Street London W C
£100.00

Pamphlet, 15pp., 12mo, illustrated wraps (inc. "Bird's Eye View of the Exposition"). Contents include a "Proclamation du President des Etats-Unis d'Amerique" (Theodore Roosevelt; presumably he didn't say it in French as here); Programme de l'Exposition; etc. With: [English text} Pamphlet "The Jamestown Exposition", 12pp., 16mo, printed wraps, sl dusted, anticipating the Exposition of 1907, with the same biird's eye view as above, printed by Iredale-Brown & Sons, 48 Frith Street, London, W. No other copy traced.

[Sir Thomas Dakin and Thomas Quested Finnis, both Lord Mayors of London.] Signatures of 'Thomas Dakins' ('Lord Mayor') and 'Thomas Q Finnis ('Alderman and Chairman of the Committee of Governors') on manuscript circular concerning 'Emanuel Hospital'.

Author: 
Sir Thomas Dakin (1808-1889), tea merchant and Lord Mayor of London, 1870; Thomas Quested Finnis (1801-1883), Lord Mayor of London, 1856 [Emanuel Hospital, Westminster. now Emanuel School, Battersea]
Publication details: 
Mansion House, London. 12 April 1871.
£90.00

1p., folio. In fair condition, aged and worn, with two punch holes at head. The letter begins by drawing the recipient's attention to an 'enclosed statement relating to Emanuel Hospital. | The principals involved are of great public interest and apply to every educational endowment throughout the kingdom | They involve: - | The confiscation of property | The arbitrary removal of Governors against whom no complaint is alleged. | Entire disregard of the charter of foundation | The absolute prohibition of the gratuitous education of the poor except as the result of competitive examination'.

[Printed item, with 'Plebiscite' inserted.] The National Health Service: Report of the Negotiating Committee.

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[The foundation of the National Health Service, 1946; The British Medical Council, London]
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Printed in Great Britain by Fisher, Knight and Co., Ltd., The Gainsborough Press, St. Albans. November, 1946.
£150.00

8pp., 8vo. Unbound pamphlet. In good condition, lightly aged and creased. Seventy numbered paragraphs, divided into two main parts, 'A Summary of the National Health Service Act' (itself divided into five parts: Central Administration; Hospital and Specialist Services; Health Services provided by Local Health Authorities; General Medical and Dental Services, Pharmaceutical Services and Supplementary Ophthalmic Services; Mental Health Services) and 'The Profession and the Act'. Scarce: no copy traced either on COPAC or OCLC WorldCat.

One Autograph Letter Signed and one Typed Letter Signed to Stanley T. Cross, of the Registry of the International Court of Justice, the Hague; and four Typed Letters Signed to Cross's widow (all signatures 'E Hambro').

Author: 
Edvard Hambro [Edvard Isak Hambro] (1911-1977), 25th President of the United Nations General Assembly
Publication details: 
Letters to Cross, 1949 and 1950; letters to Cross's widow, 1950 and 1951; five on the letterhead of the International Court of Justice, The Hague.
£165.00

The collection in good condition, on lightly-aged paper, with each item carrying a punch-hole in top left-hand corner of first page. Letter One: in manuscript; to Cross; 3 September 1949; on 'Edvard Hambro' letterhead; 8vo, 2 pp. Affectionate letter on Cross's retirement from the Registry of the International Court. '[...] I find the Peace Palace curiously empty without you. I am going to miss your visits to my room and mine to yours.

The Charter of the United Nations. Commentary and Documents. Second and Revised Edition. [with signed inscription by Hambro]

Author: 
L. M. Goodrich and E. Hambro [Edvard Isak Hambro (1911-1977), 25th President of the United Nations General Assembly]
Publication details: 
London: Stevens & Sons Limited, 1949. [Published under the auspices of The London Institute of World Affairs]
£75.00

8vo, xvi + 710 + [iv] pp. Tight copy, with foxing to top edge and endpapers. Bumped corners. In worn dustwrapper with closed tears at head and tail of spine. Inscribed on front free endpaper to 'Stanley T. Cross, with cordial regards and thanks for good collaboration for three years. [signed] E Hambro. The Hague, September 49.'

Charter of the United Nations. Commentary and Documents. [with signed inscription by Hambro]

Author: 
Leland M. Goodrich and Edvard Hambro [Edvard Isak Hambro (1911-1977), 25th President of the United Nations General Assembly]
Publication details: 
Boston: World Peace Foundation, 1946.
£75.00

8vo, xiii + 413 pp. Tight copy, in fair condition, on lightly-aged paper, and with sprinkle of foxing along top edge. In worn dustwrapper, with light fraying and closed tears along top and bottom. Inscribed by one of the authors on front free endpaper 'To Stanley Cross with the kindest regards, Edvard Hambro December 4, 1947.'

Sur une Collection d'Amulettes Chinoises. Dessins de Mlle Gilberte Zaborowska.

Author: 
Raphaël Blanchard and Bui Van Quy, authors; Gilberte Zaborowska, illustrator [Chinese metallic medical amulets]
Publication details: 
Extrait de la 'Revue Anthropologique'. Paris: Librarie Félix Alcan. Juillet-Août 1918.
£100.00

8vo: 42 pp (paginated 131 to 172). Stitched pamphlet. In original printed wraps, with title and illustration. Two photographic illustrations in text and forty-eight numbered illustrations by Zaborowska. Good, on aged paper, with light notes in blue pencil on pp. 144 and 145. Blanchard explains that Quy, a doctor from Hanoi, came to Paris to further his medical studies. He had a position under Blanchard 'au Laboratoire de Parasitologie'.

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