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JOSEPH HUME (1777-1855
JOSEPH HUME (1777-1855 
A British physician and statesman and long-time member of Parliament

A British physician and statesman and long-time member of Parliament. A radical member of the Whig party, Hume was considered the leader of the movement toward universal suffrage and religious freedom. He was instrumental in the repeal of the Corn Laws. This manuscript letter was written and signed by Hume. Dated May 10, 1824, Hume mentions in the letter that he is adding his autograph to a collection of "public characters" which was requested by the addressee. It is signed "Joseph Hume" in a good strong signature. $145.00


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