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[Samuel Tuke, Quaker minister, asylum reformer and philanthropist.] Autograph Letter Signed ('Samuel Tuke.') to E. S. Cayley, MP for the North Riding of Yorkshire, regarding 'our York anti-bribery petition', apostasy of the mayor, the corporations.

Samuel Tuke (1784-1857), Quaker minister, asylum reformer and philanthropist [Edward Stillingfleet Cayley (1802-1862), Liberal MP for the North Riding of Yorkshire]
Publication details: 
10 June 1835. York.

2pp, 4to. In fair condition, aged and worn on creased paper. Addressed 'To E. S. Caley [sic] Esqr MP', the letter begins: 'Esteemed Friend | For the satisfaction of the Subscribers to our York anti-bribery petition, I will be much obliged by a line stating the occasion of the delay in its presentation & whether that occasion is likely to be soon removed'. He doubts whether 'it will be well to wait much longer for the other York petition'. He asks: 'Be kind enough to give me thy opinion on this matter'.

Typed Letter Signed ('Oliver Locker Lampson') to Dr E. E. Lewis.

Oliver Stillingfleet Locker-Lampson (1880-1954), British Conservative Member of Parliament for North Huntingdonshire, Commander of an Armoured Car Unit in the First World War
Publication details: 
23 July 1913; on embossed House of Commons letterhead.

One page, folio. Very good on lightly creased paper. Headed 'FIGHTING FUND' and listing the members of the 'PROVISIONAL COMMITTEE' (including Lampson as Honorary Secretary, and the Duke of Westminster and Earl of Malmesbury). Communication of twenty-seven lines, with decided proto-fascistic overtones.

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