Scope and arrangement
Autograph penmanship exercises signed : [ca. 1791?] : (B'ANA 0690) : 1 sheet, apparantly from a copy book, in her juvenile hand; "Try to write well and quickly" repeated 15 times on recto; an exercise using the word "Emolument" on the verso. Mounted between pp. 32-33 in v. I of the grangerized copy of Nichol's Byron.|||To the Rev. D'Ewes Coke, barrister agent to the Duke of Rutland : 1 autograph letter signed : no date [watermark = 1819] : (B'ANA 0480) : responding to an invitation to see his daughters' dance recital.|||To a Miss Sedley : 1 autograph letter : no date [ca. 1812?] : (B'ANA 0194) : referring to a reading of "Childe Harold.".|||To an unknown recipient : 1 autograph letter (fragment) signed "M. A. Musters" : [no date] : (B'ANA 0689) : a small cut scrap, mentioning money and the Bank of England. Mounted opposite p. 31 in v. 1 of the grangerized copy of Nichol's Byron.