The Resource Holograph and typewritten transcription of letter. Typewritten biographical/provenance note and photocopied extract from book | George Payne of Sulby Hall, Northamptonshire, England, was shot in a duel by a Mr. Clark on Wimbledon Common on 6 Sep. 1810. The letter in this folder was written to his wife Mary Eleanor Payne on the eve of that duel. His son George Payne, 1803-1878, referred to in this letter, inherited a fortune which was subsequently dissipated in gambling losses

Holograph and typewritten transcription of letter. Typewritten biographical/provenance note and photocopied extract from book | George Payne of Sulby Hall, Northamptonshire, England, was shot in a duel by a Mr. Clark on Wimbledon Common on 6 Sep. 1810. The letter in this folder was written to his wife Mary Eleanor Payne on the eve of that duel. His son George Payne, 1803-1878, referred to in this letter, inherited a fortune which was subsequently dissipated in gambling losses

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Holograph and typewritten transcription of letter. Typewritten biographical/provenance note and photocopied extract from book | George Payne of Sulby Hall, Northamptonshire, England, was shot in a duel by a Mr. Clark on Wimbledon Common on 6 Sep. 1810. The letter in this folder was written to his wife Mary Eleanor Payne on the eve of that duel. His son George Payne, 1803-1878, referred to in this letter, inherited a fortune which was subsequently dissipated in gambling losses
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Holograph and typewritten transcription of letter. Typewritten biographical/provenance note and photocopied extract from book | George Payne of Sulby Hall, Northamptonshire, England, was shot in a duel by a Mr. Clark on Wimbledon Common on 6 Sep. 1810. The letter in this folder was written to his wife Mary Eleanor Payne on the eve of that duel. His son George Payne, 1803-1878, referred to in this letter, inherited a fortune which was subsequently dissipated in gambling losses
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  • Holograph and typewritten transcription of letter. Typewritten biographical/provenance note and photocopied extract from book
  • George Payne of Sulby Hall, Northamptonshire, England, was shot in a duel by a Mr. Clark on Wimbledon Common on 6 Sep. 1810. The letter in this folder was written to his wife Mary Eleanor Payne on the eve of that duel. His son George Payne, 1803-1878, referred to in this letter, inherited a fortune which was subsequently dissipated in gambling losses
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txt
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rdacontent
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  • [Letter] [1810 Sep. 5] [Wednesday night ten o'clock] Wood Green [London] to My dearest dearest Mary [Mary Eleanor Payne] / George Payne (6 p., the last page of which is partly pasted to cardboard) -- [Typewritten transcript of letter] [2005 Feb. 15] / [Ian Stewart, Dunedin Public library] (2 p.)
  • [Typewritten biographical/provenance note] [n.d.] [A. H. Reed] (1 p.) -- [Photocopied extract from book, pgs. 115-116] 1964 `The Book of Duels' / Philip Rush (2 p.)
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Letter obtained by A. H. Reed from E. G. Friehold in June 1928.
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(Sirsi) SL382589

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