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Correspondents B, 1851-1904

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.9839/1B

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[1-21] CHARLES CARDALE BABINGTON (1808-95) (archaeologist, writer; Professor of Botany 1861-95). Letters (1857-82) [22-61] CHURCHILL BABINGTON (1821-89) (clergyman, Disney Professor of Archaeology 1865-80; writer, editor). Letters (1875-87) [62] ANNA BABINGTON (wife of Churchill Babington). Letter (1886) [63-64] F.W. BACKHOUSE (Mercier, Strettell & Backhouse, London). Letters (1876) [65-85] JAMES BACKHOUSE (1825-90) (geologist, botanist). Letters (1882-86) [86-97] JAMES BACKHOUSE (1861-1945) (ornithologist, son of James Backhouse). Letters (1884-89) [98] FRIEDRICH WILHELM BAEDEKER (1823-1906) (Plymouth Brethren, evangelist to Russia) . Letter (1866) [99-100] RICHARD SALISBURY BAGGE (1836-86) (Gaywood Hall, Kings Lynn). Letters (1872) [101] EBENEZER BAILEY (later BAILEY-CHURCHILL) (1838-98) (Head Master, Paddington Grammar School, 1873-79). Letter (1867) [102-109] WILLIAM ADOLF BAILLIE-GROTEMAN (1851-1921) (Anglo-Austrian writer on hunting). Letters (1883-84) [110-111] JOHN BAILY & SON (poultry dealers, London). Letters (1874) [112] MRS. E. BAKER (Cambridge). Letter (1855) [113-127] JOHN BAKER (taxidermist(?), Cambridge). Letters (1853-73) [128-130] WHITMORE BAKER (Downham Market). Correspondence with Edward Newton (1854) [131-166] JOHN T. BALCOMB (artist and draughtsman on wood, Essex Street, London). Letters (1861-68) [167-178] FRANCIS MAITLAND BALFOUR (1851-82) (naturalist; Professor of Animal Morphology, 1882). Letters (1871-77) [179-184] SIR ISAAC BAYLEY BALFOUR (1853-1922) (botanist, educationalist). Letters (1874-77) [185] WILLIAM BANISTER (unbeneficed clergyman, Liverpool). Letter (1871) [186] SAMUEL HORATIO BANKS (1798-1882) (Vicar of Dullingham, Cambs, and Cowlinge, Suffolk, 1828-82). Letter (1880) [187] JOHN THOMAS BANTON (1851-1933) (son of Peake Banton, Vicar of Duston, Northants). Letter (1882) [188-191] H(ANBY?) BARCLAY (Handsworth). Letters (1866-67) [192-193] HUGH GURNEY BARCLAY (1851-1936) (banker; rented Farne Islands to conserve wildlife). Letters (1889) [194] ROBERT BARCLAY (Montrose Natural History & Antiquarian Society). Letter (1868) [195-205] SABINE BARING-GOULD (1824-1934) (writer, hymn-writer; incumbent of Lew Trenchard, Devon, 1881-1924). Letters (1863-81) [206] SIR HENRY BARKLY (1815-98) (colonial governor). Letter (1880) [207-228] HENRY FREDERIC BARNES [-LAWRENCE] (1815-96) (Vicar of Bridlington, 1849-74, Rector of Birkin, Yorks, 1874-93). Letters (1869-76) [229] HENRY BENDELACK HEWETSON(1849-99) (ophthalmologist, naturalist, writer). Letter to Henry Barnes (1876) [230-256] RICHARD MANLIFFE BARRINGTON (1849-1915) (Irish land valuer, botanist). Letters (1884-90) [257] CHARLES BARRON (Curator, Haslar Museum, near Gosport). Letter (1867) [258-266] JOHN BARROW (1808-98) (Admiralty clerk, naval historian, travel writer). Letters (1858-69) [267-281] ABRAHAM DEE BARTLETT (1812-97) (zoologist, writer. Zoological Society's Gardens, Regent's Park). Letters (1861-89) [282-307] EDWARD BARTLETT (natural history dealer, London, later Maidstone). Letters (1869-80) [308-310] JOHN PEMBERTON BARTLETT (1818- ) (Rector of Exbury, South- ampton, 1863-92). Letters (1874) [311] SIR DAVID WILLIAM BARCLAY (1804-88) (captain, conchologist, colonial politician). Letter (1879) [312] F.J. BASSETT (Cambridge). Letter (1859) [313-341] CHARLES SPENCE BATE (1819-89) (zoologist, dental surgeon, writer). Letters (1865-89) [342-348] HENRY WALTER BATES (1825-92) (naturalist, writer). Letters (1867-69) [349-350] AUBYN BERNARD ROCHFORT (TREVOR-) BATTYE (1855-1922) (explorer, zoologist). Letters (1883) [351-371] THOMAS SPENCER BAYNES (1823-87) (Professor of Logic, Metaphysics and English Literature, St. Andrews; editor, 9th edition of Encyclopedia Britannica). Letters (1874-80) [372] CHARLES GABRIEL BEALE (1843-1912) (solicitor, Lord Mayor of Birming- ham, Vice-Chancellor, Birmingham University). Letter (1881) [373-377] ALFRED BEAUMONT (ornithologist, Huddersfield). Letters (1865-72) [378-384] CECILIA BEAVEN (mother of Robert Cecil Beavan). Letters (1870-71) [385-425] ROBERT CECIL BEAVEN (1841-70) (Indian ornithologist). Letters (1867-68) [426] WILLIAM BECHER (1852-1914) (Vicar of Wellow, Notts, 1885-1914). Letter (1884) [427-429] R.S. ADAMS BECK (Ironmongers Hall). Letters (1870) [430-431] FRANCIS BECKFORD (Durrington Lodge, Surbiton). Letters (1872) [432-433] WILLIAM EDMUND BECKWITH (1844-92) (ornithologist, botanist). Letters (1874) [434-437] FRANK EVERS BEDDARD (1858-1925) (zoologist, lecturer, writer; Prosector of Zoological Society 1884-1915). Letters (1884-87) [438-439] ALFRED BELL (natural history dealer and writer, Grafton Street, London). Letters (1879) [440-457] ALWIN SHUTT BELL (army officer, son of James Bell). Letters to Alfred Newton (1860-77), letter to him, from R.P. Harper (1872) [458-487] FRANCIS JEFFREY BELL(1855-1924) (anatomist; Assistant, British Museum 1878-1919; Professor, King's College London). Letters (1884-89) [488-489] JAMES BELL (father of Alwyn S. Bell; Major). Letters (1865) [490-520] THOMAS BELL (1792-1880) (dental surgeon, zoologist, editor of Gilbert White's Natural history of Selborne). Letters (1861-83) [521-525] G. BENGUEREL (Assistant Master, Uppingham School). Letters (1860) [526] ALFRED WILLIAM BENNETT(1833-1902) (botanist, writer). Letter (1871) [527-528] ALEXANDER JAMES BERESFORD-HOPE (1820-87) (politician, writer). Letters (1872) [529-548] CHARLES BERJEAU (illustrator). Letter to James Murie (1874); letters to Alfred Newton (1874-75) [549] MILES JOSEPH BERKELEY (1803-89) (clergyman, author, Outlines of British fungology, Handbook of British mosses, etc.). Letter (1885) [550-555] GEORGE DUCKETT BERNEY (1813-87) (Morton Hall, Norwich). Letters (1858-76) [556-562] SIR WALTER BESANT (1836-1901) (writer; Secretary, Palestine Exploration Fund 1868-86). Letters (1870-77) [563-564] GEORGE THOMAS BETTANY (1850-91) (botanist, lecturer, writer). Letters (1876-79) [565-566] ALEXANDER BEVERLY (Aberdeen). Letters (1861) [567-568] ALFRED BEWSHER (1846-82) (Canterbury). Letters (1877) [569] CHARLES WILLIAM BEWSHER (1808-88) (clergyman). Letter (1877) [570-608] EDWARD BIDWELL. Letters (1875-87) [609-614] WILLIAM HENRY BIDWELL (banker; Secretary, Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists' Society). Letters (1883-86) [615-617] FREDERICK WILLIAM BIGGE. Letters (1872) [618] 11TH EARL OF HADDINGTON (GEORGE BAILLIE-HAMILTON- ARDEN) (1827-1917) Letter (as Lord Binning) (1867) [619] THOMAS JOHN BIRCH(1806-68) (Recorder of Thetford 1839-66; Norfolk County Court judge 1847-68). Letter (1860) [620-621] WYRLEY BIRCH (1837-1901) (Wretham Hall, Thetford, Norfolk). Letters (1872) [622-637] WILLIAM FREDERICK WRATISLAW BIRD (1815- ) (lawyer, Gray's Inn). Letters (1853-84) [638-640] SIR EDWARD BIRKBECK (1838-1907) (1st Baronet). Letters (1864) [641-667] ROBERT BIRKBECK (1836-1920) (brother of Sir Edward Birkbeck). Letters (1854-67) [668-698] A.& C. BLACK (Edinburgh, publishers, Encyclopedia Britannica) (see also McARTHUR). Letters (1875-84) [699] JOHN BLACKWALL (1790-1881) (zoologist). Letter (1874) [700-703] THOMAS WRIGHT BLAKISTON (1832-91) (explorer, ornithologist, writer). Letters (1858-59) [704-712] WILLIAM THOMAS BLANFORD (1832-1905) (geologist, zoologist, writer). Letters (1873-1904) [713-715] AUGUST WILHELM HEINRICH BLASIUS (1845-1912) (Brunswick, ornithologist). Letters (1884-88) [716-737] LEONARD BLOMEFIELD (1800-93) (formerly LEONARD JENYNS; naturalist). Letters (1867-89) [738-741] SARAH CLARA BLYTH (sister of Edward Blyth). Letters (1865-69) [742-831] EDWARD BLYTH (1810-73) (zoologist, Curator of Museum of Asiatic Society, Calcutta, 1841-62). Letters to Alfred Newton (1863-73); letter to him, from H.B. Tristram (1866) [832-837] GEORGE BOLAM (Berwick, zoologist). Letters (1880-83) [838] THOMAS JOHN BOLD (1816-74) (entomologist). Letter (1869) [839-859] FREDERICK BOND (1811-89) (entomologist, ornithologist). Letters (1851-86) [860] HENRY JOHN HALES BOND (1801-83) (Regius Professor of Physic, 1851- 72). Letter (1871) [861-876] THOMAS GEORGE BONNEY (1833-1923) (geologist, writer). Letters (1864-93) [877-900] WILLIAM BORRER (1814-98) (taxidermist, ornithologist, archaeologist). Letters (1854-85) [901-906] JAMES BOTS (Valkenswaard, Netherlands, falconer). Letters (1853-54) [907-908] ADOLPHE BOUCARD (1839-1905) (French ornithologist). Letters (1875) [909-913] GEORGE ALBERT BOULENGER (1858-1937) (zoologist, writer). Letters (1884) [914] WILLIAM WHYTEHEAD BOULTON (1833-97) (ornithologist, doctor). Letter (1874) [915] GILBERT C. BOURNE. Letter (1885) [916-918] J.H. BOURNE. Letters (1861-62) [919-930] FREDERICK BOYES (1842- ) (Beverley, Yorks). Letters (1871-90) [931-933] THOMAS BOYNTON (Ulrome Grange, Lowthorpe, Yorks). Letters to Alfred and Edward Newton (1874-84) [934-944] GEORGE WEARE BRAIKENRIDGE (Clevedon, Somerset). Letters to Alfred Newton (1859-71), letter to him, from Charles Edwards (1871) [945-949] HENRY BRADSHAW (1831-86) (University Librarian). Letters (1872-85) [950-956] HENRY BOWMAN BRADY(1835-91) (naturalist, pharmacist, writer). Letters (1871-75) [957-958] JAMES BRANDER DUNBAR BRANDER (1825-1902) (Laird of Pitgaveny, Elgin). Letters (1889-90) [959] J.G.W. BRANDT (dealer, Hamburg). Letter (1858) Add.9839/1B/959 [960] 5TH BARON BRAYBROKE (CHARLES CORNWALLIS NEVILLE) (1823- 1902). Letter (1871) [961-1062] CHARLES ROBERT BREE (1811-86) (senior physician, Colchester Hospital; naturalist, writer). Letters to Alfred Newton, letters to him, from Mrs. Catchpool, Benjamin Fawcett (1858-83) [1063] FRANCES BREE (wife of C.R. Bree). Letter to Alfred Newton (1881) (missing) [1064-1066] THOMAS MAYO BREWER (1814-80) (Boston, U.S.A.). Letters (1857-76) [1067-1085] THOMAS WILLIAM BRIDGE (1849-1909) (Professor of Biology (later Botany and Zoology), Mason College Birmingham (University), 1880-1909). Letters (1873-79) [1086-1089] JOHN JOSEPH BRIGGS (1819-76) (naturalist, topographer, writer). Letters (1859-72) [1090-1091] THOMAS RICHARD ARCHER BRIGGS (1836-91) (botanist, writer). Letters (1866) [1092-1093] BRITISH ASSOCIATION. Letters to Treasurer, from Alfred Newton; (1865-66) [1094] JAMES BRITTEN (1846-1824) (botanist, writer). Letter (1879) [1095-1096] JAMES BROCKBANK (Whitehaven, Cumberland). Letters to John Van Voorst, Alfred Newton (1866) [1097-1098] JAMES FITZHERBERT BROCKHOLES (d.1875) (Claughton Hall, Garstang, Lancashire). Letters (1874) [1099-1101] WILLIAM BRODRICK (1814-88) (falconer, writer, artist). Letters (1871-79) [1102-1109] SIR VICTOR ALEXANDER BROOKE (1843-91) (Colebrooke Park, Brookeborough, Co. Fermanagh). Letters (1868-76) [1110-1116] ANDREW BROTHERTON (1831- ) (Kelso, botanist, taxidermist). Letters (1879-84) [1117-1122] EDWIN BROWN (Midland Scientific Association, coleopterist). Letters (1864-73) [1123] JOHN BROWN (Cambridge). Letter (1852) [1124-1128] ROBERT BROWN (1842-95) (geographer, botanist, scientific writer). Letters (1868-69) [1129-1130] CHARLES HOWMAN BROWNE (Rector of Blo Norton, Norfolk, 1834- 63). Letters to Edward Newton (1853) [1131-1136] GEORGE FOREST BROWNE (1833-1930) (Disney Professor of Archaeology 1887-92, Bishop of Bristol 1897-1914). Letters (1884-86) [1137] DAVID BRUCE (Dundee Seal and Whale Fishing Company). Letter (1874) [1138-1139] HENRY BRYANT (1820-67) (American physician, ornithologist). Letters (1865) [1140-1143] SIR HARFORD JAMES JONES BRYDGES (JONES-BRYDGES) (1808-91). Letters (1872-76) [1144-1149] FRANCIS TREVELYAN BUCKLAND (1826-1880) (army surgeon, naturalist, writer). Letters (1862-69) [1150-1194] HENRY BUCKLEY (Samuel Buckley & Co., merchants, Birmingham). Letters (1862-86) [1195-1196] MARY T.H. BUCKLEY. Letters (1882-89) [1197-1340] THOMAS EDWARD BUCKLEY (1846-1902) (zoologist). Letters (1868-93) [1341-1344] GEORGE ERNEST BULGER (d.1885) (Lieutenant-colonel, botanist, writer). Letters (1870-75) [1345] JOHN FOLLET BULLAR (1854-1929) (surgeon, writer). Letter (1883) [1346-1398] SIR WALTER LAWRY BULLER (1838-1906) (Agent General for New Zealand, ornithologist). Letters (1871-93) [1399-1400] WILLIAM KING BULLMORE (Medical Officer of Health, Falmouth). Letters (1867) [1401] SIR CHARLES JAMES FOX BUNBURY (1809-86) (8th Baronet, botanist, natural historian, writer). Letter (1862) [1402] FRANCES JOANNA, LADY BUNBURY (1814-94) (wife of 8th Baronet). Letter (1893) [1403-1404] ROWLAND BURDON (Castle Eden, County Durham). Letters (1872) [1405-1407] ROBERT W. BURKITT (Waterford). Letters (1871-72) [1408-1412] THOMAS HENRY BURROUGHES (1834-1924). Letters (1856-59) [1413-1437] ELIAS BURT (Torquay, dealer and taxidermist). Letters to Alfred and Edward Newton (1851-72) [1438-1439] HENRY JAMES BURTON & SON (natural history dealers, Wardour Street). Letters (1877-86) [1440-1442] SIR RICHARD FRANCIS BURTON (1821-90) (explorer, orientalist, writer). Letters (1872) [1443] JOSEPH WILLIAM BUSHBY. Letter (1863) [1444-1448] GEORGE BUSK (1807-86) (naval surgeon, naturalist, writer). Letters (1865-81) [1449-1452] C. BUTTERWORTH (BUTTERWORTH & HEATH (Strand, engravers)). Letters (1879-83) [1453-1454] HENRY BYNE (Teignmouth). Letters (1872)

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  • 1851-1904

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English

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