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Autograph 20 : Charles Darwin
202302-001-91 · Pièce · [Before 1809]
Fait partie de Laura Carten fonds

Autograph of Charles Darwin on the bottom portion of a letter.

Charles Darwin (1882-1809) was an English scholar of natural history and biology who was most known for his contributions to evolutionary biology and his work On the Origin of Species.

Autograph 35 : Sir John Colborne
202302-001-97 · Pièce · 1816
Fait partie de Laura Carten fonds

Autograph of Sir John Colborne.

Sir John Colborne, 1st Baron Seaton (1778-02-16 – 1863-04-17) was a British soldier who rose through the ranks eventually serving as command of the 52nd Regiment of Oxfordshire Light Infantry. He is best known for his quick thinking at the battle of Waterloo and is credited with its victory.

Autograph 8
202302-001-86 · Pièce · 1827
Fait partie de Laura Carten fonds

Autograph of unknown person, there are multiple names written, one of them being [?] Liddell, Adam Atkinson and another being Louisa Atkinson. It is unclear who the writer was.

Autograph 45 : Sir James Mackintosh
202302-001-101 · Pièce · [Before 1832]
Fait partie de Laura Carten fonds

Autograph of Sir James Mackintosh.

Sir James Mackintosh (1765-10-24 – 1832-05-30) was a British Whig historian and politician who wrote philosophical and historical works regarding the French Revolution, nationalism, and ethics.

Autograph 9 : James Loch
202302-001-87 · Pièce · 1835
Fait partie de Laura Carten fonds

Autograph of James Loch addressed to A. Atkinson.

James Loch (1780-1855) was a Scottish politician who had a particular interest in the management of estates.

Autograph 7 : John Gladstone
202302-001-86 · Pièce · 1837
Fait partie de Laura Carten fonds

Autograph of John Gladstone.

John Gladstone (1764-1851) was a Scottish merchant, politician, slave owner and father of the British Prime Minister William Ewart Gladstone. He is known as being the captor of Jack Gladstone, an enslaved man in Guyana who led one of the largest slave rebellions in the British Empire.

Letter 67 : John Kendrick Bangs
202302-001-118 · Pièce · 1858
Fait partie de Laura Carten fonds

A letter to Miss Corcoran from John Kendrick Bangs offering his autograph.

John Kendrick Bangs (1862-1922) was an American writer and editor of several publications including Harper’s Magazine in New York City.

Receipt 1
202302-001-116 · Pièce · 1859
Fait partie de Laura Carten fonds

A receipt from an unknown recipient specifying that Gilman Carson [?] paid £5