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to "Dear Sir", dd. Oct. 18th 1859, concerning portrait of MARY STUART at Greystoke Castle ".Segur had it up some years ago to put right & he and the learned at that time pronounced it decidedly not Mary.It proved on comparison with all the evidence I was able to carry to Greystoke in July to be undoubtedly Mary by a french hand of the highest class, at about 13 years old.It must be remembered that from connexion with the Norfolk & Arundel families, Greystoke was a place where we had every reason to expect a good Mary", goes on to talk of other portraits of Mary & adds that a "charming picture of Mr. Harvard must rank very high as the portrait as Dauphin, or rather even prior to her Nuptials with Francis II", Further adds of a fresh point of investigation ".I suspect the drawing & Hampton Court portrait , all called Janet, representing Mary as supposed, in the Devil blanc for Francis II, may be Mary of Guise & I sadly want an undoubted portrait of that queen.but she seems to elude our search.". 8vo. 4 sides. Albert Way, 1805-1874. Antiquary, founder of Archaelogical Institute in 1845. N° de ref. de la librería

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Albert Way (1805-1874), English antiquary, principal founder of the Royal Archaeological Institute [John Russell Smith (1810-1894), bookseller and bibliographer]
Editorial: 12 Grand Parade St Leonards on Sea. 3 March (1856)
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Descripción 12 Grand Parade St Leonards on Sea. 3 March, 1856. 2pp., 12mo. Bifolium. Fair, on lightly-aged and ruckled paper. The letter begins: 'Sir. | I am glad to find you can oblige my friend Mr Curzon, although I am too late, which I regret, as I should have been able to oblige certain persons who have assisted me.' He asks for 'a few separate sets of the Plates of Seals of the Sussex Cinqueports & Lewes Priory', for which he would pay 'with pleasure'. 'I had written a Title page - & a short prefatory introduction ought to be given - a leaf will be ample'. He assumes that the recipient has given 'the Pevensey Plan'. He concludes that it would be 'much more satisfactory to me if you could let me have a complete set of the sheets & illustrations for our volume - Report - & Catalogue - before it goes to the Binder'. He will 'endeavour to send you the Preface tomorrow'. Nº de ref. de la librería 13164

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Albert Way.
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Descripción No date. Antiquary (1805-1874). 2pp. ea., 8vo, damp-staining and other marksbut text still legible. He is returning some "cuts" lent by the Sussex Society and enclosing "eight blocks for the Catalogue of the Chichester Museum". He wants his correspondent to follow up on a "cut". In another letter, he makes suggestions for the improvement of a "proof of the Ark" and requests a book. In the other letter, he says that he is sending "the continuation ofChichester Catalogue" and someone else will send "the greater part of thewoodcut blocks". He asks for a "cut" to be sent to the printer. 3 items, Nº de ref. de la librería 2338

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