Manuscripts & ALSs

Manuscripts & ALSs (Total Items 29, Showing: 1 -> 29)

A good group of four manuscript documents relating to the application for a patent for a new whaling harpoon invented by Nathaniel Bayles of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Gent.
MANUSCRIPT: WHALING,, A good group of four manuscript documents relating to the application for a patent for a new whaling harpoon invented by Nathaniel Bayles of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Gent. no place, but 1783 where dated
ID No: 22296
500.00
A petition for the granting of a patent by George Harrison,
MANUSCRIPT: GEORGE III,, A petition for the granting of a patent by George Harrison, 19th September 1809
ID No: 25433
1250.00
A plan of the fishery at Arborfield in the county of Berks belonging to Mr. Henry Round.
MANUSCRIPT: A PLAN OF THE FISHERY,, A plan of the fishery at Arborfield in the county of Berks belonging to Mr. Henry Round. 1790
ID No: 18195
300.00
A speech delivered by an Indian Chief in reply to a sermon preach'd by a Swedish missionary, in order to convert the Indians to the Christian religion.
MANUSCRIPT: INDIAN CHIEF,, A speech delivered by an Indian Chief in reply to a sermon preach'd by a Swedish missionary, in order to convert the Indians to the Christian religion. [undated, but the paper, ink and hand suggest 18th century, 1741 or later]
ID No: 24805
850.00
A true copy of a survey of the Lordship and Manor of Hilborrow made in the year 1627.
MANUSCRIPT: HILBOROUGH (NORFOLK) TERRIER,, A true copy of a survey of the Lordship and Manor of Hilborrow made in the year 1627. [Revised and updated] 1748
ID No: 23632
450.00
Account book. Rev'd I. Mickleburgh. 1846. 1847. 1848.
MANUSCRIPT: John MICKLEBURGH,, Account book. Rev'd I. Mickleburgh. 1846. 1847. 1848. [Upper cover so lettered, but actually January 1, 1846 - January 21, 1849]
ID No: 18104
1500.00
Account books for the failed scheme to establish a Westminster Fish Market off Cannon Row in 1750-1752,
MANUSCRIPT: WESTMINSTER FISHERIES,, Account books for the failed scheme to establish a Westminster Fish Market off Cannon Row in 1750-1752,
ID No: 18199
1250.00
An enquiry into the rise, progress, and consequences of the National Debt,
MANUSCRIPT: Benjamin FARMER,, An enquiry into the rise, progress, and consequences of the National Debt, [n.d. but ca.1785?]
ID No: 17678
950.00
An extensive bundle of approximately 200 letters and other communications all addressed to John Irving, a Carlisle stockbroker,
MANUSCRIPT: John IRVING, STOCKBROKER, CARLISLE,, An extensive bundle of approximately 200 letters and other communications all addressed to John Irving, a Carlisle stockbroker, Virtually all the letters are dated February 1865
ID No: 26402
750.00
At the Court at Kensington the 24 day of July 1759 Present The Kings most Excellent Majesty in Council.
MANUSCRIPT: GEORGE II ORDER IN COUNCIL,, At the Court at Kensington the 24 day of July 1759 Present The Kings most Excellent Majesty in Council. Whitehall Treasury Chambers 25 July 1759
ID No: 25880
850.00
Autograph letter signed by John Bright to Emory Washburn,
MANUSCRIPT: John BRIGHT,, Autograph letter signed by John Bright to Emory Washburn, Rochdale, Mar[ch] 25, [18]69
ID No: 22710
125.00
Autograph letter signed by John Gale Jones,
MANUSCRIPT, JONES, John Gale, Autograph letter signed by John Gale Jones,
ID No: 26763
450.00
Autograph letter signed from Edmund (Edmond?) Beales of
MANUSCRIPT: TRENTON, NEW JERSEY,, Autograph letter signed from Edmund (Edmond?) Beales of "Trenton in New Jersey", dated December 6th 1763
ID No: 25797
2500.00
Autograph letter signed, to M.J. Baylis of Ledbury about cider apples.
MANUSCRIPT: John MATTHEWS: 1755-1826,, Autograph letter signed, to M.J. Baylis of Ledbury about cider apples. Hereford, 20 Oct. 1813
ID No: 22527
250.00
Autograph letter signed, to Sir William Armstrong, about supplying electric light to the Carlton Club,
MANUSCRIPT: Hugh McCALMONT, 1st Earl CAIRNS,, Autograph letter signed, to Sir William Armstrong, about supplying electric light to the Carlton Club, 1883
ID No: 18023
150.00
Customs establishment for summer quarter ending the 5th of July 1769.
MANUSCRIPT: BOARD OF CUSTOMS,, Customs establishment for summer quarter ending the 5th of July 1769. 1769
ID No: 24093
1500.00
Document signed
MANUSCRIPT: John MONTAGU, 4th Earl of SANDWICH,, Document signed "Sandwich" as First Lord of the Admiralty, "From the Council Chamber at St. James's 8 November 1776"
ID No: 25126
975.00
Eastbourne Clerical Society.
MANUSCRIPT: EASTBOURNE CLERICAL SOCIETY,, Eastbourne Clerical Society. [Eastbourne] January 1886-April 1895
ID No: 25188
750.00
Indenture being the conveyance of two seats in the Parish Church of Llangollen in  the County of Denbigh
MANUSCRIPT: INDENTURE,, Indenture being the conveyance of two seats in the Parish Church of Llangollen in the County of Denbigh 22nd December 1746
ID No: 21731
250.00
Magna Charta.
MANUSCRIPT: MAGNA CHARTA,, Magna Charta. n.d. but ca.1750-1775
ID No: 27761
750.00
Plan of land proposed to be exchanged between Thomas Parr Esqr. and J.S. Barry Esqr. situate in Grappenhall.
MANUSCRIPT: GRAPPENHALL, CHESHIRE,, Plan of land proposed to be exchanged between Thomas Parr Esqr. and J.S. Barry Esqr. situate in Grappenhall. Undated but evidently 1840
ID No: 23156
150.00
Pocket book titled on upper cover,
MANUSCRIPT: SADDLEWORTH BANKING COMPANY: DOBCROSS BRANCH,, Pocket book titled on upper cover, "Incidentals July 1847 to Oct. 1853".
ID No: 28383
250.00
Printed receipt (28 x 16.5 cms), completed in manuscript,
MANUSCRIPT: STURT, Sir Anthony,, Printed receipt (28 x 16.5 cms), completed in manuscript, 8th January 1716/17
ID No: 27936
250.00
The autograph memorandum and notebook of a South Yorkshire cloth merchant.
MANUSCRIPT: MEMORANDUM AND NOTEBOOK,, The autograph memorandum and notebook of a South Yorkshire cloth merchant. ca. 1772-3
ID No: 26222
6500.00
The will of Sir John Champneys.
MANUSCRIPT: Sir John CHAMPNEYS,, The will of Sir John Champneys. London: 28 July 1556
ID No: 25779
1500.00
To the Right Honble Sir Horatio Townshend Baronett.
MANUSCRIPT: WORSTED WEAVERS OF NORWICH,, To the Right Honble Sir Horatio Townshend Baronett.
ID No: 25816
750.00
Typed letter signed, with significant ms additions,
MANUSCRIPT: Beatrice WEBB,, Typed letter signed, with significant ms additions, 4th July 1913
ID No: 23582
250.00
Verse beginning
MANUSCRIPT: VERSE,, Verse beginning "Ye Bells, and ye flirts, and ye pert little things, n.d. [but ca.1800-1820]
ID No: 21531
250.00
Warrant for the reception of Ann Good into the refuge for the destitute at Dalston in the county of Middlesex [docket title].
MANUSCRIPT: QUEEN VICTORIA,, Warrant for the reception of Ann Good into the refuge for the destitute at Dalston in the county of Middlesex [docket title]. 29th June 1854
ID No: 28194
850.00