HERBERT WILLIAM FISHER - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 12/27/1869 - HFSID 14120
Sale Price $81.00
HERBERT W. FISHER
As private secretary to the Prince of Wales, he signs a handwritten letter, refusing a request for the Prince's autograph (1869).
Autograph Letter signed: "Herbert Fisher", 4½ x 7. Marlborough House, London, 1869 December 27. Herbert William Fisher (1826-1903) was tutor to the Prince of Wales, the future King Edward VII, later becoming the Prince's private secretary (1861-1870). A lawyer and scholar, Fisher wrote Considerations on the Origin of the American Revolution (1865). He was the father of Herbert A. L. Fisher, historian and Member of Parliament; and of Admiral William Wordsworth Fisher; and the uncle of author Virginia Woolf. Lightly toned and soiled. Normal mailing folds. Otherwise fine condition,
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