Lot 895: Lucan Lord


2015-07-10 15:43:45


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Lot 895: Lucan Lord: (1800-1888) British Field Marshal. L.S., Lucan, One Page, 8Vo, South Street, 11Th July 1876, To Mr. Garr (?). Lucan Sends His Correspondent Information Regarding The Various Trains Available From Ashford To Waterloo On Sunday Afternoons. Together With Lord Raglan (1788-1855) British Field Marshal Who Failed To Deliver Orders With Sufficient Clarity Which Caused The Fateful Charge Of The Light Brigade At The Battle Of Balaclava. Ink Signature ('Raglan') And Five Additional Words In His Hand On A Slightly Irregularly Clipped Piece Removed From The Conclusion Of A Letter. Neatly Laid Down. Also Including Earl Of Cardigan (1797-1868) British Lieutenant General Who Led The Charge Of The Light Brigade At The Battle Of Balaclava. A.N., Unsigned, Two Pages, 8Vo, N.P., N.D. (Annotated December 1855 In Another Hand At The Head). Cardigan Writes, In 'Mrs Talbot, The Wife Of A Sergeant Major Who Died Of Cholera In The Crimea. Mrs. Knight The Wife Of A Private Soldier, Left A Widow By His Death Of Cholera Also'. Some Light Overall Creasing And Age Wear, G To Generally Vg, 3 International Autograph Auctions' Autograph Auction July 2015 Saturday, 18th July 2015 Estimate: £100 - 150
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