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Correspondents F, 1851-1893

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

Scope and Contents

[1] J. AUSTIN FABB (Reader, Cambridge Chronicle). Letter (1877) [2] CHARLES AKEN FAIRBRIDGE (1824-93) (South African lawyer, bibliophile). Letter (1867) [3-10] JOHN FARR (1819-67) (clergyman). Letters (1853-66) [11-12] W. FARRER (Cambridge: natural history dealer?). Letters (1860) [13-14] BENJAMIN FAWCETT (1808-93). (bookseller, printer; invented colour printing technique, illustrated and printed F.O. Morris's British birds, 1851-57). Letters (1854-55) [15] HENRY FAWCETT (1833-84) (Professor of Political Economy, 1863-84; MP). Letter (1876) [16-19] SIR JOSEPH FAYRER (1824-1907) (surgeon-general, writer). Letters (1882-93) [20] WILLIAM ANDREWS FEARON (1841-1924) (Headmaster, Winchester College, 1884-1901; Archdeacon of Winchester, 1903-20). Letter (1886) [21-158] HENRY WEMYSS FEILDEN (1838-1921) (Colonel; naturalist to British Polar Expedition, 1875-76). Letters (1867-90) [157a] B.W. WOOD. Letter to Henry Feilden (1889) [159-161] JOHN LEYLAND FEILDEN (1821-1915) (uncle of H.W. Feilden). Letters (1876) [162] JULIA FEILDEN (d.1920) (wife of H.W. Feilden). Letter (1875) [163] CHARLES AUGUSTUS MAUDE FENNELL (1843-1916) (Fellow of Jesus, 1866-1916; translator). Letter (1886) [164-165] MONTAGUE ARTHUR FENTON (1850-1937) (school inspector, entomologist). Letters (1887) [166] SIR HENRY ROBERT FERGUSON-DAVIE (d.1885) (Creedy Park, Crediton). Letter (1869) [167-168] NORMAN MACLEOD FERRERS (1829-1903) (Fellow (1852-80), Master (1880-1903) of Caius). Letters (1862) [169] RUPERT FETHERSTONHAUGH (Snelling Farm, Dorchester, Dorset). Letter (1886) [170] THE FIELD [FREDERICK TOMS, for Editor]. Letter (1877) [171] WILLIAM RICHARD FISHER (1824-88) (barrister, writer). Letter (1879) [172-178] REGINALD HENRY CASTLE FITZHERBERT (1849-1946) (clergyman). Correspondence with Alfred Newton; letter to him, from Francis Wright (1869-70) [179] WALTER HEPBURN MELITAS FITZHERBERT (1842-1930) (Major; Somersal Herbert, Derbyshire). Letter (1886) [180] HELEN FLETCHER (1850- ) (Dale Park, Arundel, Sussex). Letter (1886) [181] JOHN FLOWER (Croydon). Letter (1881) [182-236] SIR WILLIAM HENRY FLOWER (1831-99) (Curator, Hunterian Museum, Royal College of Surgeons 1861-84, Hunterian Professor of Comparative Anatomy and Physiology, Royal College of Surgeons 1870-99, President of Zoological Society 1879-99, Director, Natural History Museum 1884-98). Letters (1862-93) [237] FREDERICK ANTHONY FLOYER (1858-1918) (surgeon). Letter (1877) [238] LOUISA SARA FLOYER (1830-1909) (mother of F.A. Floyer). Letter (1879) [239-240] GEORGE FORBES (1849-1936) (Professor of Natural Philosophy, Ander- son's College Glasgow, 1872-80; led British expedition to observe transit of Venus, Hawaii, 1874; electrical engineer, first works, Niagara Falls 1891-95). Letters (1879) [241-244] J. DUNCAN FORBES (brother of W.A. Forbes). Letters (1883) [245-254] ANN FORBES (d.1901) (mother of W.A. Forbes). Letters (1885-86) [255-258] WILLIAM ALEXANDER FORBES (1855-83) (doctor, zoologist, writer; Prosector to Zoological Society, 1879-83). Letters (1881-82) [259-264] G.H. FORD (illustrator). Letters (1868-73) [265] GEORGE EDWARD FOSTER (Cambridge, banker). Letter (1886) [266-270] SIR MICHAEL FOSTER (1836-1907) (Fellow of Trinity, 1871-1907, Professor of Physiology 1883-1903, Secretary of Royal Society 1881-1903). Letters (1874-86) [271-283] THOMAS WILLIAM FOSTER (Museum and Literary Institution, Wisbech). Letters to Alfred and Edward Newton (1851-63) [284-287] WILLIAM FOTHERGILL (1798- ). Letters (1871-72) [288-289] EDWARD FOUNTAINE (Easton). Letters (1871) [290-317] GEORGE GOOCH FOWLER (1838-1907) (Gunton Hall, Lowestoft). Letters (1862-68) [318] HENRY RALPH FRANCIS (1811-1900) (District court judge, New South Wales, 1861-83). Letter (1876) [319-344] WILLIAM FRANCIS (printer, Red Lion Court, Fleet Street). Letters (1861-86) [345-353] GUSTAV ADOLF FRANK (1808-80) (natural history dealer). Letters (1869-72) [354-355] LOUIS FRASER (natural history dealer, bookseller, Knightsbridge). Letters (1864-67) [356-359] PERCY EVANS FREKE (Rosemount, Dundrum, Dublin). Letters (1881) [360-361] THOMAS LEE FRENCH (1821-1909) (Rector, Thrandeston, Suffolk 1845- 1909). Letters (1869) [362-363] HENRY TEMPLE FRERE (1821-90) (Rector, Burston, Norfolk 1854-90; brother of Robert Temple Frere). Letters (1875) [364-369]ROBERT TEMPLE FRERE (1820-86) (house physician, King's College Hospital, 1851-60; then wine merchant). Letters (1851-62) [370] DOUGLAS WILLIAM FRESHFIELD (1845-1934) (explorer, geographer, writer; President, Royal Geographical Society, 1914-17). Letter (1886) [371-372] JAMES ANTHONY FROUDE (1818-94) (historian, man of letters). Letters (1867-68) [373-399] JOHN MEE FULLER (1834-93) (clergyman; Professor of Ecclesiastical History, King's College London, 1883-93). Letters (1873-74) [400-401] FREDERICK JAMES FURNIVALL (1825-1910) (scholar, editor). Letters to and from Alfred Newton (1881)

Dates

  • 1851-1893

Creator

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Extent

401 item(s) (401 letters paper) : paper

Language of Materials

English

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