Scope and Contents
Mostly MS poems, with some printed carols and hymns, letters, agendas and sketches.
HCGM, Ode: The Dorset Industrial Exhibition (Minerva Press, Exhibition Building, 1878); printed carols and hymns and songs sung at Fordington, c.1862-80; HCGM, printed hymn, ‘Easter Even’; HCGM, printed card, ‘The place of my tent’, 1919; HCGM, ‘Florence Nightingale, O.M.’, in Time and Talents News, n.d.; printed sheet, ‘Proposed re-seating of Fordington Church’, n.d.; printed sheet, The Moule Memorial Coffee Tavern. A lecture … Dorchester … by … Canon Reginald Smith, in aid of the building fund of the Coffee Tavern proposed to be erected in Fordington as a memorial to the late Vicarand Mrs. Moule (n.d.); Marlborough College Musical Society. Eighteenth Annual Evening Concert, … December 18th, 1865; letter, HENRY MOULE to ___ HUMMER (1877); Report of the Hangchow Mission Special Fund for the year ending January 31st, 1878; Henry Whiteley, Three months in Jamaica, in 1832. Comprising a residence of seven weeks on a sugar plantation (reprinted by Hatchard & Son, n.d.; A.E. Moule, The fossil forest on the Lulworth coast (n.d.); W.S. Allardyce, Phospho-Silicon manure. Works: Bridport Road, near Dorchester … Directions for use; HCGM[?], The gathering of the nations (c.1862); H.J. Moule, sketch, c.1840, Vicarage, Gillingham Dorset, photograph; Bishop’s Palace, Bishop Auckland (1858-1919).
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1 collection (1 volume, paper, with many sheets pasted in)
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