ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING (1806-61); ROBERT BROWNING (1812-89); MATTHEW ARNOLD (1822-88); WALT WHITMAN (1819-92) & OTHERS
Autograph note from Elizabeth Barrett Browning signed ("your ever affectionate Ba"), to Mrs. Jameson at Rue du Bac, Paris, inscribed on inside flap of small envelope to "Madam Mohl, pour Madame Jameson" [London, ?1850's].
"Robert would write as you bid him but he is out & I dare not delay another post lest I should lose you in Paris. May God bless you dear dear friend."
Autograph letter signed ("Robert Browning") to Mrs. Burne-Jones, one page, 8vo with integral blank, 19 Warwick Crescent, 21 May 1883, regretting that he cannot be at a concert as he is going to Paris and also has an important engagement on the 2nd June. With an autograph limerick by Robert Browning entitled The New Cure, 5 lines on one page, 8vo, Florence, [n.d.]
Autograph letter from Matthew Arnold signed ("M.A.") to his brother, Tom, 2 pages, 8vo, London, 29 November , anticipating their meeting when he will give Tom a book "such a love of a Bacon's essays" and says of Arthur Clough's letters "painfully interesting to me at least."
Autograph postcard signed ("Walt Whitman") to Sylvester Baxter at 255 Washington Street, Boston, Massachusetts, one page, oblong 8vo, Camden, [New Jersey], 16 November 1887 referring a plaster bust of himself by Sidney Morse, which he is sending to William Sloane.
With a quantity of autograph material including letters by Edward Burne-Jones, Rider Haggard, Rudyard Kipling, John Masefield, Sir John Millais, Dante Gabriel Rosetti, John Ruskin and Lawrence Alma Tadema.