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Cadell, Alexander Tod, 1816-1885 (Lieutenant-General)

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1816 - 1885

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

 File

Business letters: unplaced, 1813-1900

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS JM/B11
Scope and Contents Business letters sent from unknown places, comprised of 5,690 principal letters and 33 supplementary letters. The correspondents include the following names:Abdool; H.H. Abercrombie; Edward James Ackroyd (Register, Supreme Court); A.E. Abraham; Achim; Acow & Co. (Akoe & Co. or Akow & Co.); James Adams (Chief Mate, 'Equestrian'); William Stanley Adams M.D. (of Glasgow); C. Murray Adamson; William Adamson; R.F. Addyman; Aderjee Sapoorjee; Afong; A.L. Agabeg Jnr; A.V. de...
Dates: 1813-1900
Conditions Governing Access: The original letters are not available to readers, but microfilm copies may be ordered in the Manuscripts Reading Room - Reels 571 (letters nos 1-440), 572 (441-1141), 573 (1142-1930), 574 (1931-2607), 575 (2608-3172), 576 (3173-3902), 577 (3903-4542), 578 (4543-5197) and 579 (5198-5690 and S1-33).
 Fonds

Peter Scupham: correspondence and papers

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.9941
Scope and Contents [Boxes 1-4]: Correspondence between Peter Scupham and Carola Braunholtz; school reports of Peter Scupham; unpublished poems by Peter Scupham; letters and poems sent to Peter Scupham by John Hadwen; letters from Peter Scupham to John Hadwen; settings by John Hopkins of poems by Peter Scupham; interviews and comments on poems by Scupham, by Anthony Glover; other early (1950s) letters to Peter Scupham from National Servicemen; correspondence respecting Scupham's poems 'A masculine pastoral';...
Dates: 1785-2012 (bulk 1950s - 2010s)
Conditions Governing Access: The terms of the Data Protection Act 1998 apply to access.

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