Lot 330: Booth, William

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Lot 330: Booth William: (1829-1912) British Methodist Preacher, Founder Of The Salvation Army. T.L.S., William Booth, Two Pages, 4To, London, 10Th April 1909, To [Mildred Blanche] Duff ('My Dear Colonel'), On The Printed Stationery Of The International Headquarters Of The Salvation Army. Booth Announces 'I Am Forbidden To Write Either With The New Eye Or The Old One, Or I Should Send You A Line To Acknowledge Your Beautiful Birthday Gift' And Continues 'I Shall Think About You When I Use Those Necessary Articles, And As In The Past, Shall Always Think Of You Very Kindly' Booth Further Writes 'Did You Get A Letter I Wrote From Scandinavia, Or Did I Only Fancy I Wrote One? In It I Named The Pleasure It Would Give Me To See You At Hadley Wood To A Cup Of Tea Some Afternoon' And In A Holograph Postscript Remarks 'I Must Talk To You About Yr Extravagant Kindness When I Have The Opportunity - Meanwhile I Hope All Is Well With You And Yours'. Some Very Light, Extremely Minor Age Wear, Vg Mildred Blanche Duff (1860-1932) British Colonel Of The Salvation Army.] International Autograph Auctions' Autograph Auction September 2015 Saturday, 26th September 2015 Estimate: £150-200
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