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Correspondents G, 1852-1904

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

Scope and Contents

[1-2] ROBERT J. GABBETT (Kilkee, Co. Clare, clergyman). Letters (1881) [3-16] HANS FRIEDRICH GADOW (1855-1928) (Strickland Curator, Museum of Zoology, 1884-1928; Reader in morphology of vertebrates). Letters (1882-89) [17-20] W[ILLIAM?] GALLOWAY (Edinburgh). Letters (1884) [21-23] SIR FRANCIS GALTON (1822-1911) (scientist). Letters (1864-75) [24-25] 6TH VISCOUNT GALWAY (GEORGE EDWARD ARUNDELL MONCKTON-ARUNDELL) (1805-76). Letters (1872) [26] 7TH VISCOUNT GALWAY (GEORGE EDMUND MILNES MONCKTON- ARUNDELL) (1844-1931). Letter (1884) [27] JAMES GARDNER (taxidermist, writer). Letter (1852) [28-50] ALFRED HENRY GARROD (1846-79) (Professor of Comparative Anatomy, King's College London, 1874, Fullerian Professor of Physiology, Royal Institution, 1875). Letters (1871-79) [51] WALTER HOLBROOK GASKELL (1847-1914). (University Lecturer in Physiology, 1883-1914). Letter (1893) [52-85] JOHN GATCOMBE (1818-87) (ornithologist, artist). Letters (1852-86) [86-109] HEINRICH GÄTKE (1814-97) (ornithologist, Heligoland). Letters (1873-93) [110] CHARLES GAUT. Letter (1891) [111-112] EDMUND GEDGE (1849-1929) (clergyman). Letters (1870) [113-115] SIR ARCHIBALD GEIKIE (1835-1924) (Director-General of Geological Survey in Scotland, 1867-82, for Great Britain, 1882-1901). Letters (1893-1904) [116-124] EDWARD GERRARD (taxidermist, Camden Town). Letters (1875-86) [125] 1ST BARON CARMICHAEL (THOMAS DAVID GIBSON-CARMICHAEL) (1859-1926) (colonial administrator). Letters (1885) [126-128] GEORGE GILLETT (Waltham, Melton Mowbray). Letters (1870) [129-133] JAMES WHITBREAD LEE GLAISHER (1848-1928) (mathematician, astronomer; Fellow of Trinity, 1871-1928). Letters (1879-81) [134] ADOLF A. VON GLEHN (translator). Letter (1866) [135-140] JOHN A. GODDARD (shipping agent). Letters to Alfred and Edward Newton (1853-57) [141] THOMAS GODFREY GODFREY-FAUSSETT (1829-77) (antiquary; auditor to Dean and Chapter of Canterbury, 1871-77). Letter (1876) [142-277] FREDERICK DU CANE GODMAN (1834-1919) (naturalist, sportsman, traveller). Letters to Alfred and Edward Newton (1856-89) [278-336] PERCY SANDEN GODMAN (1836-1922) (Hampsteel, Horsham, Sussex; had estate at Borregaard, Norway). Letters to Alfred and Edward Newton (1856-74) [337-341] HENRY HAVERSHAM GODWIN-AUSTEN (1834-1923) (Lieutenant- colonel, explorer, archaeologist). Letters (1873-82) [342-346] JOHN GOLDSMITH (for JOHN SAYER) (natural history dealers, Norwich). Correspondence with Edward Newton (1852) [347-348] JOHN GEORGE GOODCHILDE (1844-1906) (geologist, archaeologist). Letters (1886-92) [349-357] CHARLES GORDON (Dover Museum). Letters (1853-74) [358-364] GEORGE GORDON (1801-93) (The Manse, Birnie, Elgin). Letters (1863-85) [365-369] JAMES EDWARD HENRY GORDON (1852-93) (electrical engineer, writer). Letters (1879-80) [370-372] HENRY GORDON-CUMMING (1822-87) (Scottish Salmon Fisheries). Letters to and from Alfred Newton (1881) [373] RICHARD GORTON (Eccles, near Manchester). Letter (1867) [374-382] CHRISTIAN CARL AUGUST GOSCH (1832-1914) (Danish writer). Letters (1865-84) [383-386] PHILIP HENRY GOSSE (1810-88) (marine zoologist, writer). Letters (1857-84) [387-442] JOHN GOULD (1804-81) (ornithologist, writer, illustrator). Letters (1858-79) [443-444] DAVID GRAHAM (natural history dealer, York). Letters to and from Alfred Newton (1852) [445-482] GEORGE ROBERT GRAY (1808-72) (zoologist). Letters (1852-72) [483-506] JOHN EDWARD GRAY (1800-75) (naturalist; British Museum from 1824, Keeper of the Zoological Department, 1840-74). Letters (1862-74) [507-584] ROBERT GRAY (1825-87) (ornithologist; banker). Letters to Alfred Newton (1867-86); copy letter to him, from A.J. Symington (1886) [585-586] JAMES GREEN (natural history dealer, London). Letters (1854) [587-594] WILLIAM GREENWELL (1820-1918) (clergyman, archaeologist; Librarian to Dean and Chapter of Durham, 1862-1918). Letters (1866-86) [595-605] SYMINGTON GRIEVE (1848-1932) (merchant, Edinburgh; author, The Great Auk, or Garefowl. Its history, archaeology, and remains, 1885). Letters (1884-87) [606-610] GEORGE GRIFFITH (1833-1902) (science teacher, Harrow; Assistant Secretary, BAAS). Letters to and from Alfred Newton (1869) [611-613] J.W. GRIFFITH (Camden New Town, London). Letters (1860) [614] CHARLES OTTLEY GROOM-NAPIER (1839-94) (naturalist, mineralogist, eccentric). Letter (1865) [615-616] GROOMBRIDGE & SONS (publishers, Paternoster Row, London). Letters to and from Alfred Newton (1856-62) [617-620] SIR GEORGE GROVE (1820-1900) (writer on music; Secretary, Palestine Exploration Fund). Letters to and from Alfred Newton (1868-70) [621] WILLIAM RICHARD GROVE (MD; St. Ives, Hunts). Letter (1875) [622-625] FRANCIS HENRY HILL GUILLEMARD (1852-1933) (naturalist, traveller, writer). Letters (1886) [626-627] GEORGE GULLIVER (1804-82) (anatomist, physiologist). Letters (1874) [628-856] ALBERT CHARLES LEWIS GOTTHILF GÜNTHER (1830-1914) (zoologist; British Museum from 1862, Keeper of Zoological Department, 1875-95). Letters to Alfred Newton (1859-89); letters to him, from John Van Voorst (1865), Trübner & Co. (1871), A.D. Bartlett (1884) Add.9839/1G/628-856 [857-881] JOHN HENRY GURNEY (1819-1890) (ornithologist, MP) [3 vols, corres- pondence with Newton, 1853-90, in CU Museum of Zoology]. Letters (1853-86) [882-895] JOHN HENRY GURNEY (1848-1922) (son of J.H. Gurney; farmer, ornithologist) [1 vol., correspondence with Newton, 1869-89, in CU Museum of Zoology]. Letters (1870-86) [896-897] ROBERT GWILT (1811-89) (clergyman). Letters to and from Alfred Newton (1862)

Dates

  • 1852-1904

Creator

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Extent

897 item(s) (897 letters paper) : paper

Language of Materials

English

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