Spanish Town, Jamaica: 1782. 2 pages (front and back), 7.75 x 7.75 inches, Head Quarters, Spanish Town, Jamaica, October 26, 1782, a rare General Order allocating munitions to British soldiers in the defense of Spanish Town, in part: "...The ammunition of the several Regiments to be completed immediately to 200 rounds per man for service, packed up in kegs, or boxes, containing each from six hundred to six hundred and fifty Cartridges...to be fixed or slung on Pack Saddles. Things.....
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London: 1919. 1 page, 4.5 x 7 inches, boldly signed "Frederic H. Cowen, London, June 23, 1919." One vertical fold; tiny stain in the upper right corner. Very good condition. Born in Jamaica as Hyman Frederic Cohen; composer, conductor, and pianist best known for his dramatic interpretation of "Scandinavian Symphony."