Lot 120

British Scholars.- Dante

Warren (George John, Lord Baron Vernon), signed letter (‘Vernon’), in Italian, black-brown ink, concerning stay in Naples of Prof. Vincenzo Nannucci, head of the Riccardiana Library in Florence, to help Warren with his edition of Dante’s ‘Inferno’ and that he is seeking an extension for his permit to stay in the Kingdom of Naples due to a delay on his arrival, slight browning, minimal foxing, small scattered ink burns, Napoli, 21 October 1853; Yule (Henry), letter signed to prof. Tacchini, in Italian, apologising for the delay in replying, 8vo; Hutton (Henry Dix), signed letter (‘Henry Dix Hutton’), in French, black-brown ink, unspecified addressee, concerning the organization of celebrations of the 600th anniversary of the birth of the Great Poet [Dante?], some browning, folds, 8vo, 10 Mountjoy St, Dublin, 14 May 1863; and two others (5)

Estimate: £200-£300