Autograph letter signed : to Messrs. Constable, [probably early 1826].

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Lockhart, J. G. (John Gibson), 1794-1854. Autograph letter signed : to Messrs. Constable, [probably early 1826].

Autograph letter signed : to Messrs. Constable, [probably early 1826].

Concerning the return of corrected slips.

1 item (2 p.) ; (8vo)

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