THOMAS HUGHES - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED - HFSID 18705
Sale Price $198.00
Extending a breakfast invitation
Autograph Letter signed: "Thos. Hughes", 1 page, 4½x7. 80 Park Street W (London), undated. To "Dear Sir", in full: "I am sorry that press of business has kept me from calling you as I had hoped to do yesterday & today. Will you kindly excuse me at come to breakfast, at 9 o'clock. Ever yours". English lawyer, author and politician Thomas Hughes (1822-1896) wrote several novels, the most popular being his semi-autobiographical Tom Brown's School Days (1857). A Member of Parliament for the Liberal Party (1865-1874), Hughes was an exponent of Christian socialism and an early supporter of the trade union movement. He founded a utopian community, Rugby, Tennessee. Normal mailing folds. Adhesive residue on verso. Slightly creased. Slightly soiled. Otherwise, fine condition.
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