Holyoake A.N.S.

Holyoake A.N.S.



[002959] Holyoake, G.J. A.N.S. To Unnamed Recipient. Brighton: No Publisher, 1901. First Edition. 12mo. Unbound. Note. Signed by Author. Good. Single page autograph note signed, approximately 115mm x 175mm in size.

Paper browned, lightly creased from old folds, otherwise quite clean.

Ink stamp of Eastern Lodge, Brighton, and dated 30th August 1901, a short note by Holyoake, “Dear Sir, I have asked one wide connection may be of use to ‘Who’s Who’ to send me a sketch biog. for you. I have the pleasure to enclose it. Faithfully yours, G.J. Holyoake”.

George Jacob Holyoake (1817-1906), was a prominent British secularist and co-operator, Mazzini, Kossuth, Garibaldi and Blanc all feature in his autobiography Sixty Years of an Agitator’s Life