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Auction: 22066 - Historical Documents, Postal History & Autographs - Featuring the Robin Hunt Collection
Lot: 2308

The Robin Hunt Collection
Napoleonic Wars
A collection of British printings (c.30) including 1802 broadsheet "Definitive Treaty of Peace" reporting on the Treaty of Amiens, two editions of 1803 "Ring the Alarum Bell", one of which subtitled "Consequences and Effects of the French Revolution, Conduct of the French Army, Even in their own Country", broadsheet entitled "Rise in Defence of your Country", a "Voluntary Contribution For the Defence of the Country", pamphlets dated 1803 and 1804 titled "Important Considerations for the People of this Kingdom" and "Regulations for the Preservation of good Order, to be adopted in case of actual Invasion, in each County in Britain", two titled "Proposals For rendering the Body of the People Instrumental to the General Defence, in case of Invasion" in different printings, satirical poems and songs on Napoleon and the Battle of Waterloo, 1821 "Memorial of Napoleon" with five colour vignettes of the Emperor, "Twenty Thousand Pounds Reward" for the capture of Napoleon, "5 Guineas Bounty Wanted, A few Notorious Jacobin Scoundrels, to serve Napoleon Buonaparte, late Tyrant of France" A Spooner's Protean Views, print of Napoleon on his death bed, large broadsheet "History of Napoleon" with three vignettes, "Massacre at Jaffa", "Siege of Acre", "Poisoning the French Soldiers". A superb group

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