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BURNEY, Fanny (1752-1840) and D'ARBLAY FAMILYAlbum of twenty-six autograph letters and documents related to Fanny Burney and her husband, Alexandre D’Arblay,...


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  • [BURNEY, Fanny] -- DELANY, Mary (1700-1788).Nine
    letters dictated by and signed "M Delany" or "MD" to Fanny Burney at St. Martin's Street. Bulstrode, St. James, Windsor and London: 23 June 1784-9 April 1787. 18½ pp. (slightly ... [more like this]
  • BURNEY, Fanny (1752-1840) and D'ARBLAY FAMILYAlbum
    of twenty-six autograph letters and documents related to Fanny Burney and her husband, Alexandre D’Arblay, including Fanny Burney’s correspondence with royalty and some ... [more like this]
  • [BURNEY, Fanny] -- WALPOLE, Horace (1717-1797).Autograph
    letter signed "Hor Walpole" to Fanny Burney. Strawberry Hill: 3 November 1790. 2½ pp., folded sheet (203 x 165 mm). Condition: folds, lightly faded. Provenance: Burney family ... [more like this]
  • [BURNEY, Fanny (1752-1840)] - BURNEY, Charles
    (1726-1814).Autograph note signed “your affectionate pappy C.B.” to his daughter “F. d’Arblay”, perhaps one his last to her, docketed by Fanny. [N.p.], 1812. 1 p. ... [more like this]
  • (BURNEY, Fanny) -- Charlotte BARRETT.Autograph
    letter signed from Burney's niece to Mrs. Pearce, describing the death of Fanny Burney. [London]: 4 February 1840. 3pp., folded sheet (185 x 115 mm). Mourning stationery. ... [more like this]
  • BURNEY, Fanny (1752-1840).Autograph letter
    signed "F. B. A." to her father Dr. Charles Burney, preceded by an autograph letter signed by Alexandre D'Arblay to him. [Great Bookham]: 22 July 1797. M. D'Arblay letter ... [more like this]
  • BURNEY, Fanny (1752-1840).Autograph letter
    signed "Frances Burney" to her sister Esther "Hetty" Burney. [Lynn Regis: July 1770]. 1¼ pp., single tall sheet (380 x 230 mm). Bound in (though now detached from) half morocco ... [more like this]
  • BURNEY, Fanny (1752-1840).Autograph letter
    signed "F: Burney" to Mary Hamilton. Norbury Park: begun 11 November 1784, finished 19 November 1784. 4pp., folded sheet (230 x 182 mm). Condition: folds, toning at sheet ... [more like this]
  • BURNEY, Fanny (1752-1840).Autograph letter
    to Dr. Charles Burney of Kent. Windsor Castle: November 1812. 1 p., with integral address panel (228 x 186mm). A warm note to her dear “Carlucci” announcing her imminent ... [more like this]
  • BURNEY, Fanny (1752-1840).Autograph manuscript,
    an adaptation of scenes from Arthur Murphy's comedy ‘All in the Wrong’. N.p.: n.d. [c. 1779?]. 4pp., folded sheet (255 x 200 mm). The head of the first page titled in ... [more like this]
  • BURNEY, Fanny (1752-1840).Autograph letter
    signed with initials to Hester Lynch Thrale [Piozzi], written shortly after the death of Henry Thrale. [London]: "Tuesday" [but 17 April 1781]. 3pp., folded sheet (227 x 190 ... [more like this]
  • BURNEY, Fanny (1752-1840).Autograph manuscript,
    in French, drafts of approximately 40 letters accomplished as thèmes or exercises. [Paris: c.1809-1811]. Approximately 95 pp., written within an 18th-century red morocco ... [more like this]
  • BURNEY, Fanny (1752-1840).Autograph letter
    signed with initials to Hester Lynch Thrale Piozzi, concerning her progress on Cecilia. [London: March or April 1782]. 3pp., folded sheet (190 x 120 mm). Addressed to "Mrs ... [more like this]
  • BURNEY, Fanny (1752-1840).Autograph letter
    signed with intials to Dr. Charles Burney, concerning Dr. Johnson's reaction to ‘Cecilia’. [London]: 13 July 1782. 2pp., single sheet (260 x 200 mm). The second leaf only, ... [more like this]
  • BURNEY, Fanny (1752-1840).Autograph letter
    signed with Fanny Burney’s initials to [Hester Lynch Thrale Piozzi]. [London]: n.d. [July 1782?]. 1p., single sheet (230 x 190 mm). Condition: folds, very light staining ... [more like this]
  • [BURNEY, Fanny (1752-1840)].Brief Reflections
    relative to the Emigrant French Clergy: Earnestly Submitted to the Humane Consideration of the Ladies of Great Britain. By the author of Evelina and Cecilia. London: Printed ... [more like this]
  • [BURNEY, Fanny (1752-1840)].Evelina, or a
    young lady's entrance into the world. London: T. Lowndes, 1778. 3 volumes. 8vo (165 x 100 mm). Contemporary calf, foliate-tooled gilt spines in six compartments with raised ... [more like this]
  • BURNEY, Fanny (1752-1840).Autograph letter
    signed "F: Burney" to Mrs. Walsingham, written three days after entering the Queen's service. Windsor: 20 July 1786. 2pp., single sheet (227 x 180 mm). Lacking the address ... [more like this]
  • BURNEY, Fanny (1752-1840).Autograph letter
    signed with initials to Hester Lynch Thrale [Piozzi]. Chessington: 16 November [1780? or 1781?]. 2pp., folded sheet with integral address leaf (225 x 180 mm). Addressed on ... [more like this]
  • BURNEY, Fanny (1752-1840).Autograph letter
    signed "F. B. d'Arblay" to her nephew Rev. Charles Parr Burney. [London]: 11 October 1813. 3pp., folded sheet (225 x 180 mm). Postscripts on the address leaf, postmarked. ... [more like this]

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