JESSEL

[ Sir George Jessel, judge. ] Autograph Letter Signed ('G. Jessel') to his son's tutor B. Heymann

Author: 
Sir George Jessel (1824-1883), English judge and Master of the Rolls
Publication details: 
On his monogrammed letterhead. 19 May 1873.
£35.00

2pp., 12mo. In good condition, lightly aged. He was 'much pleased' with his son's 'performance last Saturday', which he considers was entirely due to Heymann's 'excellent tuition', and he is adding an amount to the sum Heymann has charged.

[Female suffrage; printed pamphlet.] Speeches of The Right Hon. Russell Gurney, [...] George Jessel, [...] G. Shaw Lefevre, Esq., [...] Sir Francis Goldsmid, [...] and the Solicitor-General, in the Debate on [...] the Married Women's Property Bill.

Author: 
[Russell Gurney; George Jessel; G. Shaw Lefevre; Sir Francis Goldsmid; Sir John Duke Coleridge] [Married Women's Property Bill, 1869; Alexander Ireland, Manchester printer; women's suffrage]
Publication details: 
[The Committee in support of the Married Women's Property Bill.] Manchester: A. Ireland and Co., Pall Mall. 1869.
£180.00

The full title reads: 'Speeches of The Right Hon. Russell Gurney, M.P., George Jessel, Esq., M.P., G. Shaw Lefevre, Esq., M.P., Sir Francis Goldsmid, Bart., M.P., and the Solicitor-General, in the Debate on the Second Reading of the Married Women's Property Bill, in the House of Commons, Wednesday, April 14th, 1869. Printed, by permission, for the Committee in support of the Married Women's Property Bill.' 24pp., 8vo. In good condition, lightly-aged, no wraps, disbound. Three copies on COPAC.

Signed Autograph legal opinion of Sir George Jessel ('G. Jessel'), regarding an 1849 action regarding the 'Title to Haskins Orchard in Payhembury Devon' between Elizabeth Harbin Gooddin, John Gooddin, Mrs Wain.

Author: 
Sir George Jessel (1824-1883), English judge and Liberal Member of Parliament, Master of the Rolls from 1873 to 1883, the first Jew to achieve high judicial office [Goodden family, Payhembury, Devon]
Publication details: 
'G. Jessel | 5 Stone Buildings | Lincoln's Inn | 26 Feby 1849'.
£450.00

Folio, 3 pp. On two pieces of paper, 33 x 41 cm. 84 lines. Clear and complete. Fair, on aged and lightly-discoloured paper. The reverse of the last leaf is docketed '1848 | Abstract of the Title to Haskins Orchard in Payhembury Devon'. The upper part of the first page carries the last part of a deed of covenant, transcribed in another hand, with a query in the left-hand margin in Jessel's autograph, initialed by him. Beneath this, and continuing to the end of the third page, is Jessel's opinion, beginning 'I have perused this abstract on behalf of Mrs.

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