Document Signed - General Charles Grey

By: Grey, Charles

Price: $100.00

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Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good


Signature on beige document in brown ink by General Charles Grey. August 15, 1836. 8" x 12 3/4." One page. Document includes typed text and handwritten portions. Signed "Howick" at the bottom of the document. Document has a "J & M Miller 1830" watermark. Paper, text, signature, and handwriting are very clean and intact. General Charles Grey (1804-1879) was the son of Charles Grey (1764-1845; 2nd Earl Grey, Viscount of Howick, and Baron Grey). In addition to his military career, he was private secretary to his father, Prince Albert, and Queen Victoria. In this document issued from the War Office, General Charles Grey signs that the Paymaster General is to return to the Treasury funds used by the "9th Lancers" which are now deemed to be unacceptable costs.

Title: Document Signed - General Charles Grey

Author Name: Grey, Charles

Categories: Literature, Business and Finance,

Publisher: 1836

Binding: No Binding

Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good

Type: Manuscript

Inscription: Signed by Author(s)

Seller ID: 019398

Keywords: Documents. Autographs. Signatures. British history. Earl Grey. Charles Grey. Prince Albert. Queen Victoria. Politics. Politicians. British House of Commons. House of Commons. House Commons. War Office. Paymaster General. Viscount Howick. 9th Lancers. Ninth Lancers. Cavalry regiment. SG-15.