Albumen photograph (5½ x 4 in.), sepia toned, on heavy card mount, slight spotting. A FINE PHOTOGRAPH of Clemens, standing, in a wide-lapel suit and checkered bow-tie; he is flanked by Henry Lee and E. Routledge, the latter probably the brother of Clemens' English publisher, George Routledge. -- Autograph note signed ("Mark Twain"), to Mr. Bateman, "Edward's Hotel, Hanover Square," London, [c. 1895]. 1 page, on an oblong calling card (2 1/8 x 3½ in.), small rust stain in upper margin. ATTENDING A PLAY IN ENGLAND. Clemens attempts to get seats so he can attend a performance of British actress Jessie Bateman: "Don't let the bearer come away without stalls, & good ones; -- for I don't know when my wife & I can come again & we must see Miss Bateman in this piece." -- Autograph note signed ("Mark") to Frank Fuller, Hartford, February 18, n.y. 2 sides of a monogrammed oblong card (3 x 5 1/8 in.). Clemens tells his friend to proceed with his plans: "That has a very pleasant sound, my boy. Go you ahead & do as you have proposed to do. We will make the said assignments. Old Bowens has been haunting our slote (121 Wm. St.) every day, lately. I told Dan I would never see him, & to tell him to go to you for the talk which he desired to have. Have had a prodigious cold. The rest of the family not very well either." Together 3 items. (3) " /> CLEMENS, Samuel L. Cabinet photo signed ("Saml. L. Clemens"), also signed by Henry Lee and E. Routledge, Brighton: imprint of W & A.H. Fry in lower margin of mount and on verso, [c. 1873]. <I>Albumen photograph (5½ x 4 in.), sepia toned, on heavy card mount, slight spotting.</I> A FINE PHOTOGRAPH of Clemens, standing, in a wide-lapel suit and checkered bow-tie; he is flanked by Henry Lee and E. Routledge, the latter probably the brother of Clemens' English publisher, George Routledge. -- Autograph note signed ("Mark Twain"), to Mr. Bateman, "Edward's Hotel, Hanover Square," London, [c. 1895]. <I>1 page, on an oblong calling card (2 1/8 x 3½ in.), small rust stain in upper margin</I>. ATTENDING A PLAY IN ENGLAND. Clemens attempts to get seats so he can attend a performance of British actress Jessie Bateman: "Don't let the bearer come away without stalls, & good ones; -- for I don't know when my wife & I can come again & we <I>must</I> see Miss Bateman in this piece." -- Autograph note signed ("Mark") to Frank Fuller, Hartford, February 18, n.y. <I>2 sides of a monogrammed oblong card (3 x 5 1/8 in.).</I> Clemens tells his friend to proceed with his plans: "That has a very pleasant sound, my boy. Go you ahead & do as you have proposed to do. We will make the said assignments. Old Bowens has been haunting our slote (121 W<V>m. St.) every day, lately. I told Dan I would never see him, & to tell him to go to <I>you</I> for the talk which he desired to have. Have had a prodigious cold. The rest of the family not very well either." <I>Together 3 items</I>. (3) | Christie's