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Correspondents E, 1853-1893

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

Scope and Contents

[1] JOHN PARSONS EARWAKER (1847-95) (antiquary). Letter (1870) [2-24] ALFRED EDWIN EATON (1844-1929) (clergyman). Letters (1868-79) [25-26] JOHN EDWIN EDDISON (1842-1929) (Professor of Medicine, Leeds University). Letters (1875) [27-31] JAMES THOMAS EDGE (Strelley Hall, Nottingham). Letters (1853-64) [32] WILLIAM EDKINS (Bristol). Letter (1884) [33-34] THOMAS EDWARD (1814-86) (naturalist, writer). Letters (1872-79) [35] LEWIS EDWARDES. Letter (1875) [36] CHARLES JOHN ELLICOTT (1819-1905) (Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol, 1863-97, of Gloucester, 1897-1905). Letter (1872) [37-50] DANIEL GIRAUD ELLIOT (1835-1915) (Curator, Museum of Natural History, Chicago, 1894-1906). Letters (1869-74) [51-52] SIR WALTER ELLIOT (1803-87) (Indian civil servant, archaeologist). Letters (1870-71) [53-55] RALPH CARR ELLISON (1805-84) (landowner, antiquary, naturalist). Letters (1872) [56-57] CHARLES ISAAC ELTON (1839-1900) (lawyer, antiquary). Letters (1882) [58-94] HENRY JOHN ELWES (1846-1922) (traveller, botanist, entomologist). Letters (1866-85) [99-101] WHITWELL ELWIN (1816-1900) (Rector, Booton, Norfolk, 1849-1900). Letters (1868-76) [102] 3RD EARL OF ENNISKILLEN (WILLIAM WILLOUGHBY COLE) (1807-86). Letter (1874) [103] JOHN DAVIES ENYS (1837-1912) (New Zealand sheep farmer, naturalist). Letter (1883) [104-109] ARTHUR HUMBLE EVANS (1855-1942) (ornithologist; joint editor of Ibis; co-author of Aves Hawaiienses). Letters (1885-86) [110-115] EDWARD EVANS (Neath; Quaker; businessman?). Letters (1855-59) [116-135] HENRY EVANS (lessee, Jura Forest; West Bank, Derby). Letters (1885-93) [136-139] JOHN EVANS (Darley Abbey, Derby). Letters (1853-85) [140] WILLIAM H. EVANS. Letter (1859) [141-185] THOMAS JAMES EWING (c.1813-82) (clergyman, Tasmania 1839-65; England 1868-82). Letters (1865-81) [186-188] HENRY SAMUEL EYRE (1816-90) (clergyman). Letters (1865) [189-190] THOMAS CAMPBELL EYTON (1809-80) (naturalist, writer). Letters (1862-74) [191-196] WILLIAM C. EYTON (1849-79) (son of T.C. Eyton). Letters (1870-71)

Dates

  • 1853-1893

Creator

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Extent

196 item(s) (196 letters paper) : paper

Language of Materials

English

Repository Details

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