Autograph letters to Clement Mansfield Ingleby signed from various correspondents [manuscript], 1859-1884.

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Ingleby, C. M. (Clement Mansfield), 1823-1886,. Autograph letters to Clement Mansfield Ingleby signed from various correspondents [manuscript], 1859-1884.

Autograph letters to Clement Mansfield Ingleby signed from various correspondents [manuscript], 1859-1884.

Volume 7 of a 7-volume set of bound letters addressed to C.M. Ingleby. Correspondents in this volume: A.E. Brae, J.J. Sylvester, Arthur Drake Coleridge, W.L. Sargant, H.R. Luard, F.G. Fleay, C.J. Monro, W.J. Rolfe, P.A. Daniel, W.D. Selby, N.E.S.A. Hamilton, John S. Stuart-Glennie, Hugh Carleton, J.H. Stirling, Samuel Brandram, W. Aldis Wright, Sebastian Evans, W.W. Skeat, A. Erlebach, Mrs. Henry Pott, George Salmon, George Scharf, Frederic Harrison, R.G. Latham, George F. Warner, J.H. Shorthouse, R.G. White, J. Dykes Campbell, Karl Elze, H.B. Wheatley, Charles Mackay, George Gore.

1 v. ; 20 x 15 cm.

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