The Lost Dauphin: Louis XVIII or Onwarenhiiaki the Indian Iroquois Chief, early draft entitled "A Lost Prince", pencil, revisions in pencil and ink, 76 pages, 4to; later draft with title page, black ink, 76 numbered pages, together with 15 loose pages of inserts; corrected page proof, disbound; small bundle of letters, research notes, and photographs relating to the book; also "The Breaking of the Bag", autograph manuscript story, 14 pages, 1888; bundle of c.30 items including letters, copyright notices, and printed matter relating to Stevens's writing career
[with:] Ellen Terry, 14 autograph letters signed, to de Grasse Stevens, mentioning public and command performances and an article on her by Stevens ("...I never tell at all of all the people I have met - I mean the celebrated people - I think that sort of thing is frightfully vulgar, & every body else does it - I could make up chapters about the meeting with Tennyson & Browning..."), 29 pages, mostly 8vo, 22 Barkston Gdns, Earls Court, London, undated, together with two autograph letters signed by Henry Irving, 2 pages, 1888-89, and Stevens, autograph manuscript article on Terry, 12 pages, 4to
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