[ James Brudenell, 5th Earl of Cardigan. ] Autograph Signature ('Brudenell') on manuscript Exchequer receipt.

James Brudenell, 5th Earl of Cardigan (1725-1811), Master of the Robes
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[ Court of Exchequer, London. ] 3 November 1779.

1p., 8vo. In fair condition, on aged paper, with particular wear along one edge (not affecting the signature). Records a payment of £5000. Signed by the witness, 'Gabriel Mathias', and made out in his hand. On the reverse, in light pencil in a nineteenth-century hand: 'Master of the Robes to his Majesty'. For more information on Brudenell, who was Master of the Robes to the Prince of Wales and to the King, 1758-1790, see his entry in the History of Parliament.

Two Typed Letters Signed to W. Perry, Secretary, Royal Society of Arts.

Captain Sir Harold George Campbell
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29 November and 4 December 1933; both on letterhead '11, GROSVENOR CRESCENT, S.W.1.'

British soldier and courtier (1888-1969), Equerry and Groom of the Robes to King George VI and Queen Elizabeth II. Both letters written in capacity as Private Secretary to the Duke of York. Both very good, though grubby, docketed and bearing the Society's stamp. LETTER ONE (one page, 12mo): 'Further to your letter of September 20th., which the Duke of York has had under his consideration, His Royal Highness desires me to tell you that he will be very pelased to be present at the Meeting at which Mr. Robert Hyde will read a paper, on February 7th. 1934.

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