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Dated 25 May, 1880. "Dear Madam (Miss Jackson), I return your memorial (no longer present), which I have signed." He is glad to hear, from Mr. Munby, that the Duke of Westminster is on board, for he is in the best position to influence Mr. Gladstone, the Prime Minister, who has more power in such matters than the Queen herself. Sir Theodore stood solidly in two worlds, the political and the literary. "Martin's parliamentary business in London was extensive, profitable, and important....with him the Queen (Victoria) maintained until her death a very confidential intercourse and correspondence." (Adolphus William Ward in DNB). He published translations from Latin, German and Italian, most notably Dante's Vita Nuova and Goethe's Faust. One sheet folded to make four pages, one is used. Folded for mailing, a small stain at the foot, else Fine.
Title: Autograph Letter, Signed.
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Seller ID: martin,sirtheodore.80dated25may,1880.dearmadam(m