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Correspondents C, 1855-1893

 Series
Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.9839/1C

Scope and Contents

[1-2] WILLIAM HAY CALDWELL (1859-1941) (embryologist, writer). Letters (1882-86) [3-6] EDWARD CAMBRIDGE-PHILLIPS, transferred to Phillips [7-11] JOHN M. CAMPBELL (Kelvingrove Museum, Glasgow). Letters (1881-85) [12] RALPH CANN (Resident Medical Officer, Infirmary, Plymouth). Letter (1887) [13] JAMES M. CAREY (Alten Mining Association). Letter to Edward Newton (1857) [14] PHILIP HERBERT CARPENTER(1852-91) (palaeontologist, zoologist). Letter (1882) [15] EDWARD B. CARTER (Royal Zoological Society of Ireland). Letter (1871) [16] JAMES CARTER (Petty Cury, Cambridge). Letter (1863) [17] JAMES WILLIAM CARTMELL (1842-1918) (Fellow of Christ's). Letter (1875) [18] E.R. CASSAM (London). Letter (1884) [19] THOMAS CATCHPOOL (Colchester, ironmonger). Letter (1870) [20] A.S. CATTELL & CO. (engravers, London). Letter (1882) [21] JAMES CAULFEILD (naval Commander). Letter (1859) [22-25] JOHN CAVAFY (1838-1901) (physician, ornithologist, botanist). Letters (1865-66) [26-32] HENRY CECIL (Bournemouth). Letters (1879-82) [33] W.J. CHALK (Tavistock). Letter (1872) [34-37] CHAMBERS, WILLIAM T.H. CHAMBERS (coastguard, Torpoint, Cornwall). Letters (1866-67) [38] HENRY D'ARCY CHAMPNEY (1854-1942) (clergyman, later Plymouth Brother). Letter (1879) [39-44] 1ST VISCOUNT CHAPLIN (HENRY CHAPLIN) (1840-1923) (politician, sportsman). Letters (1875-76) [45-46] ABEL CHAPMAN (1851-1929) (hunter, naturalist). Letters (1881-85) [47-48] EDWARD CHARLESWORTH (1813-93) (magazine proprietor, natural historian). Letters (1862-70) [49-51] EDWARD CHARLTON (1814-74) (physician, Scandinavian scholar). Letters (1863) [52] JAMES CHEEL (d.c.1887) (clergyman). Letter (1867) [53] J.B. CHRISTENSEN (Copenhagen). Letter (1891) [54-60] GEORGE CLARK (1807-93) (schoolmaster, Mahébourg, Mauritius; naturalist). Letters (1865-71) [61-261] JOHN WILLIS CLARK (1833-1910) (Fellow of Trinity, 1858; Superintend- ent, Museum of Zoology, 1866; Registrary, 1891). Letters (1864-93) [262-264] JOSEPH CLARK (Southampton, magistrate, brother of George Clark). Letters (1865-66) [265-267] SAMUEL CLARK (1810-75) (clergyman, educationist, brother of George Clark). Letters (1866) [268] W.G. CLARK (Edinburgh). Letter (1868) [269-290] ANNE CLARKE (MRS. C. CLARKE) (aunt of John Wolley). Letters (1864-83) [291] BENJAMIN CLARKE (1813-90) (botanist, physician, writer). Letter (1879) [292-298] JOSEPH CLARKE (1802-95) (naturalist, archaeologist). Letters (1877-85) [299-393] WILLIAM EAGLE CLARKE (1853-1938) (Keeper of Natural History, Royal Scottish Museum, Edinburgh, 1906-21). Letters (1879-93) [394] ALEXANDER WILLIAM MAXWELL CLARK-KENNEDY (1851-94) (ornithologist, writer). Letter (1886) [395] CLEMENT, WILLIAM THOMAS CLEMENT (Alton, Hampshire). Letter (1862) [396-397] JAMES CLEPHAN (newspaper editor, writer). Letters (1873) [398-405] 1ST BARON CLERMONT (THOMAS FORTESCUE) (1815-87). Letters (1871-75) [406] 4TH DUKE OF CLEVELAND (HARRY GEORGE POWLETT) (1803-91). Lithographed letter about Oxford and Cambridge Royal Commission (1872) [407-425] 7TH EARL OF DARNLEY (EDWARD HENRY STUART BLIGH) (1849-1900). Letters (as Lord Clifton) (1870-77) [426] JAMES BURDON CLYDE (Vicar, Bradworthy, Devon, 1845-93). Letter (1885) [427-428] GERARD FRANCIS COBB (1838-1904) (composer; Fellow of Trinity, 1863-93). Letters (1886) [429-435] THOMAS SPENCER COBBOLD (1828-86) (helminthologist). Letters (1865-69) [436] ARCHIBALD H. COCHRANE (Langton Grange, Gainford, Co. Durham). Letter (1863) [437] RICHMOND COCHRANE (Blantyre, Scotland). Letter (1876) [438-439] EDWIN COCK (Lydd). Letters (1864) [440-443] ALFRED HENEAGE COCKS (1864-1928) (antiquary, naturalist). Letters (1882-83) [444-455] JOHN COLAM (1827-1910) (campaigner for animal welfare, Secretary, Royal Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals). Letters (1871-81) [456] JAMES COLHOUN (Torquay). Letter (1870) [457-458] EDWARD J. COLE (Secretary, Alton Mining Association). Letters (1855) [459] WILLIAM STEPHEN COLEMAN (1829-1904) (book illustrator, painter). Letter (1861) [460] ROBERT COLLETT (1842-1913) (ornithologist). Letter, with R.B. Sharpe, to Alfred Newton (1872) [461-465] CUTHBERT COLLINGWOOD (1826-1908) (naturalist, writer). Letters (1862-84) [466-467] F. HOWARD COLLINS (Edgbaston). Letters (1887) [468] COLLYER, BRISTOW, WITHERS & RUSSELL (solicitors, London). Letter (1874) [469] JOHN COLQUHOUN (1805-85) (sportsman, writer). Letter (1867) [470-471] WILLIAM COLQUHOUN (1806-84) (Luss, Dumbartonshire). Letters (1877) [472] HORATIO COMPIGNé (1811- ) (Gosport, Hampshire). Letter to John Van Voorst (1864) [473] JOHN DOUGLAS COOK (1808?-68) (journalist, editor). Letter (1864) [474-475] J.A.W. COOK (St. Andrews). Letters (1885-86) [476] COOKE, ALFRED HANDS (1854-1934) (University Curator in Zoology, 1880- 90). Letter (1889) [477] EDWARD WILLIAM COOKE (1811-80) (marine painter). Letter to John Van Voorst (1879) [478-479] EDWARD COOKE (T. Cooke & Son, naturalists, London). Letters (1884) [480] NICHOLAS COOKE (Liscard, Birkenhead). Letter (1875) [481-485] HENRY WILKINSON COOKSON (1810-76) (Master of Peterhouse, 1847- 76). Letters (1874) [486] PERCY E. COOMBE (London). Letter (1885) [487-489] SIR DANIEL COOPER (1821-1902) (merchant). Letters (1871) [490] THEODORE COOPER (London). Letter (1866) [491-498] GEORGE BENTLEY CORBIN (1841-1914) (entomologist). Letters (1872-80) [499-716] JOHN CORDEAUX (1833-99) (farmer, writer). Letters (1868-89) [717-718] WILLIAM WILFRID CORDEAUX (1860-1926) (Liuetenant-Colonel, 21st Lancers). Letters (1889) [719-722] WILLIAM HENRY CORFIELD (1843-1903) (Professor of Hygeine and Public Health, University College London, 1869-1903, writer). Letters (1880-86) [723-724] THOMAS QUILLER COUCH (1826-84) (surgeon, miscellaneous writer). Letters (1884) [725-728] MARY COUCH (wife of Thomas Couch). Letters (1884) [729-742] ELLIOTT COUES (1842-99) (American ornithologist). Letters (1884) [743] MILLER COUGHTREY (Liverpool). Letter (1875) [744] MISS COULDEN Letter (1874) [745] G.H. COUZENS (Huddersfield). Letter (1873) [746-749] WILLIAM DEANS COWAN (1844-1924) (clergyman, plant collector). Letters (1882) [750-751] COWELL, EDWARD BYLES COWELL (1826-1903) (Professor of Sanskrit, 1867-1903). Letters (1870-86) [752] C. COX (Colonial Office). Letter (1863) [753-755] H.L. COX (Trinity College Dublin). Letters (1879) [756-758] BERNARD CRACROFT (1828-88) (barrister, political writer). Letters (1862) [759] JULIUS AVERY CRAWLEY (b.1844). Letter (1893) [760-768] HENRY KEYWORTH CREED (1830-77) (Rector of Chedburgh, Suffolk 1864-77; painter of animals). Letters to Edward and Alfred Newton (1853-70) [769] HENRY HARPUR CREWE(1828-83) (clergyman, naturalist, entomologist). Letter (1860) [770-772] ARTHUR WILLIAM CRICHTON (1833-82) (Broadward Hall, Aston on Clun, Shropshire). Letters (1866) [773-774] EDWARDS CRISP (1806-82) (surgeon, editor, writer). Letters (1865-68) [775] JOHN ADAM CROSS (clergyman). Letter (1884) [776-777] ALFRED CROSSLEY (Mount Tabor, near Halifax). Letters (1875) [778-806] GEORGE ROBERT CROTCH (1842-74) (entomologist). Letters (1866-72) [807-811] WILLIAM DUPPA CROTCH (1832-1903) (brother of G.R. Crotch). Letters (1871-76) [812-838] WILLIAM MILLER CROWFOOT (1838-1918) (surgeon). Letters (1864-85) [839] ALFRED CROWLEY (Croydon). Letter (1867) [840] PHILIP CROWLEY (1837-1900) (brewer, naturalist). Letter (1884) [841-846] A.S. CULLEN (Southampton). Letters (1870) [847-851] JOSEPH CULLINGFORD (University Museum, Durham, taxidermist). Letters (1883-89) [852] LAWRENCE HENRY CUMBERBATCH (Queen's House, Lyndhurst). Letter (1874) [853-895] ROBERT OLIVER CUNNINGHAM (1841-1918) (Professor of Natural Science, Queen's College Belfast). Letters (1865-74)

Dates

  • 1855-1893

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Extent

895 item(s) (895 letters paper) : paper

Language of Materials

English

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