1887 Manuscript Letter About Essex by Conservative British Politician, Stanley Leighton

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On offer is an Autographed Signed Letter (ASL) of Stanley Leighton (1837-1901). Dated House of Commons 18 Ap[ril] 1887, Leighton writes to Canon Howell Evans, settling a financial matter, and commiserating on life in Essex "is indeed melancholy. Who will they succeed in getting to take such a place?" 

Letter measures 7-1/4 x 9-1/2 flat, folded to 7-1/4 x 4-3/4 inches. Autograph letter signed. Three pages, Last blank page removed below signature. otherwise good condition.

Stanley Leighton was an English barrister, landowner, artist and Conservative politician. Member of Parliament for North Shropshire 1876-1885 with: Viscount Newport and Member of Parliament for Oswestry 1885 – 1892

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