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George Cattermole to H.B.

ALS, George Cattermole to H.B., February 27, 1863. Inviting H.B. to "come and use a knife and fork with me and mine".

Cattermole, George, 1800-1868

Letter from Alfred Chantrey Corbould to Mr. Burnand

Autograph Letter Signed “A.C. Courbould”, to Mr. Burnand, incorporating an original signed cartoon of Receiving Day at the Royal Academy in 1894, called “A Fact”. His correspondent is Sir Francis C. Burnand (1836-1917), author, editor of Punch. The cartoon shows a porter receiving a canvas from an artist. “R.A. Porter to Stodge, delivering his picture: ‘stonishing lot o Rubbish sent in this year Sir. Moo’ damaging to th’ [h]eys Sir.’”

Corbould, Alfred Chantrey, 1852-1920

Letter from Clarkson Stanfield to Davie

Letter from Clarkson Stanfield to Davie, October 6, 1857. Autograph Letter Signed, to “My dear Davie”, about a visit to Manchester. “Hampstead Oct 6th, 1857 My dear Davie, You [?] got my notes before you left Bonchurch and I merely wrote this to say I am still improving and I hope [to?] think about Thursday week 'the 15th' I may be able to visit Manchester but I am by no means certain about it [then?] therefore you must not wait for me but I should like very much to see you on your return. Ever truly, C Stansfield”

Stanfield, Clarkson, 1793-1867

Letter from Daniel Maclise to "My dear Sambach"

Letter from Daniel Maclise to "My dear Sambach". Autograph Letter Signed “D. Maclise”, to “My dear Samback”, about his house, his preference for Chelsea, and cards for a forthcoming Private View. “But this Queen Anne old house seems to suit me in a kind of melancholy way and as my sister & her family live in the neighbourhood & vibrate here by turns and must be dislocated if I remove; I do no have to risk a change to the more agreeable regions of the groves of acacia – pastoral as they are – or the saintly precincts of the woods of St. John.”

Maclise, Daniel, 1806-1870

Letter from Gordon Browne

The file consists of an autograph letter signed from Gordon Browne
explaining that he is not prepared to part with his father's sketches, but providing the address of his mother who "still has some portfolios of sketches".

Browne, Gordon, 1858-1932

Letter from Luke Fildes to Tom Taylor

The file consists of an autograph letter signed from Luke Fildes to "Dear Mr. Taylor" (Tom Taylor, the dramatist and editor of Punch), enquiring whether he has found his umbrella.

Fildes, Luke, Sir, 1844-1927

Letter from Marcus Stone to W.H. Downing

Letter from Marcus Stone to W.H. Downing, December 8, 1898. Autograph Letter Signed, to W.H. Downing, about a beautiful design for a bookplate. “8, MELBURY ROAD, KENSINGTON ROAD W. Dec..8th..1898 Dear Sir I regret that [I?] [home?] [?] took plate to send you. I have a very beautiful design for one, which was made for me by the late F. Montague, an illustration of which was published in the Art Annual of last year but I have never had it engraved. ”Very Truly Yours Marcus Stone W.H. Downing Esquire” “I have a very beautiful design for one, which was made for me by the late F. Montague, an illustration of which was published in the Art Annual of last year but I have never had it engraved.”

Stone, Marcus

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