Autograph letter signed from George Lyttelton, Hagley, to [Mrs Montagu] [manuscript] , [1764?] Friday.

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Lyttelton, George Lyttelton, Baron, 1709-1773,. Autograph letter signed from George Lyttelton, Hagley, to [Mrs Montagu] [manuscript] , [1764?] Friday.

Autograph letter signed from George Lyttelton, Hagley, to [Mrs Montagu] [manuscript] , [1764?] Friday.

Will not be joining his son in France; hopes to make a tour of England in September.

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Montagu, Mrs. (Elizabeth), 1718-1800

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Elizabeth Montagu, née Robinson, English author and literary hostess. From the guide to the Elizabeth Montagu manuscript material : 1 item, ca. mid-18th century, (The New York Public Library. Carl H. Pforzheimer Collection of Shelley and His Circle.) Elizabeth Robinson Montagu, an author and literary hostess, was a central figure in London's Bluestocking circle, and a friend of Samuel Johnson. Her best-known work was 1769's anonymously published An Essay on the Writings and ...