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Correspondents L, 1853-1906

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

Scope and Contents

[1-3] BEEBEE BOWMAN LABREY (1817-82) (natural history dealer, Manchester; entomologist). Letters (1871) [4] HENRY LAMB (Maidstone). Letter (1882) [5] JOHN J. LAMONT (Knockdow, Argyllshire). Letter (1872) [6] HERBERT LANGTON (Medical Officer, Brighton & Hove Dispensary). Letter (1881) [7-24] SIR EDWIN RAY LANKESTER (1847-1929) (Jodrell Professor of Zoology, University College London, 1874-91; Linacre Professor of Comparative Anatomy, Oxford 1891-98; Keeper of Zoology, British Museum, South Kensington 1898-1907). Letters to Alfred Newton (1867-89), letter to him, from Arthur Gamgee (1884) [25-29] HENRY LANSDELL (1841-1919) (traveller; Chaplain, Morden College Blackheath, 1892-1912). Letters (1883-85) [30] JOHN WINGFIELD LARKING (1801-91). Letter (1877) [31-33] GERALD WILLIAM LASCELLES (1849-1928) (Deputy Surveyor of the New Forest, 1880-1914; manager, Old Hawking Club). Letters (1879) [34-35] HENRY LATHAM (1821-1902) (Master of Trinity Hall, 1888-1902). Letters to and from Alfred Newton (1879) [36-37] SIR JOHN BENNET LAWS (1814-1900) (agriculturalist). Letters (1875) [38] EMILY LAWLESS (1845-1913) (writer). Letter (1881) [39] ARTHUR M. LAWS (Kirton, near Ipswich). Letter (1893) [40] GEORGE R. LAWSON (Golspie, Lairg). Letter (1881) [41-46] MARMADUKE ALEXANDER LAWSON (1840-96) (Sherardian Professor of Botany and Rural Economy, Oxford 1868-83; Director of Botanical Department, Ootacamund, Madras 1883-96). Letters (1867-79) [47-65] EDGAR LEOPOLD LAYARD (1824-1900) (Curator, South African Museum; administrator of government, Fiji; consul, New Caledonia). Letters (1866-94) [66-68] B[ENJAMIN?] LEADBETTER (natural history dealer, Brewer Street, London). Letters (1859-62) [69-73] HENRY LEE (1826-88) (naturalist, Brighton Aquarium, 1872-88). Letters (1872-76) [74-83] TOTTENHAM LEE(Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester). Letters (1853-55) [84] JOHN LEES (Clarksfield, Oldham, Lancs). Letter (1862) [85-92] WILLIAM VINCENT LEGGE (1841-1918) (Colonel; Australian ornithologist). Letters (1879-81) [93-95] ADOLPH LEIPNER (1827-94) (Professor of Botany, University College Bristol, 1884-94). Letters (1868-71) [96] JOHN BARRETT LENNARD (1839-98) (clergyman). Letter (1877) [97-485] 4TH BARON LILFORD (THOMAS LITTLETON POWYS) (1833-96) (ornithologist; author, Coloured figures of the birds of the British islands, 1885-87). Letters to Alfred Newton (1856-93); letters to him, from Wentworth Buller, Willliam Quekett, R. Bowdler Sharpe, John Palmer, Sir Rainald Knightley, H.M. Upcher (1870-86) [486] EMMA ELIZABETH, LADY LILFORD (d.1884) (1st wife of 4th Baron). Letter (1884) [487-494] CLEMENTINA GEORGINA, LADY LILFORD (1839-1930) (2nd wife of 4th Baron). Letters (1886-87) [495-497] 5TH BARON LILFORD (JOHN POWYS) (1863-1945). Letters (1905-06) [498] WILLIAM LAUDER LINDSAY (1829-80) (botanist). Letter (1874) [499] ROGER ROWSON LINGARD-GUTHRIE (1856-1904) (Taybank, Dundee). Letter (1881) [500] ARTHUR LISTER (Leytonstone; father of Joseph Jackson Lister). Letter (1889) [501-508] CHARLES EDMOND LISTER (1848-89) (Shibden Hall, near Halifax). Letters (1879-89) [509-512] JOSEPH JACKSON LISTER (1857-1927) (Demonstrator in comparative anatomy; Fellow of St. John's, 1899-1910; zoological writer). Letters (1881-89) [513] GEORGE DOWNING LIVEING (1827-1924) (Fellow of St. John's 1853-60, 1880-1924; Professor of Chemistry, 1861-1908). Letter (1874) [515-522] SIR JOSEPH NORMAN LOCKYER (1836-1920) (Astronomer; Director of Solar Physics Observatory and Professor of Astronomical Physics, Royal College of Science, 1890-1913). Letters to Alfred Newton (1869-76) Add.9839/1L/514-520 [523-528] WILLIAM JOHN LOFTIE (1839-1911) (Assistant chaplain, Chapel Royal, Savoy, 1871-95; antiquary; writer). Letters (1883) [529-530] EDMOND DE SéLYS, BARON LONGCHAMPS (1813-1900) (Belgian politician, scientist). Letters (1889) [531-546] LONGMANS, GREEN & CO. Letters (1882-83) [547] GEORGE BLUNDELL LONGSTAFF (1849-1921) (statistician, entomologist). Letter (1885) [548-549] EDWARD JOSEPH LOWE (1825-1900) (meteorologist, inventor, journal editor). Letters (1868) [550] HENRY RICHARDS LUARD (1825-91) (Fellow of Trinity, 1849-91; Vicar of Great St. Mary's, Cambridge, 1860-87; Registrary, 1862-91). Letter (1876) [551-553] CHARLES JOHN LUCAS (1823-97) (clergyman). Letters (1879) [554] ALEXANDER MINTY LUCKHAM (farmer, Studland, Dorset). Letter (1876) [555] JOSEPH RAWSON LUMBY (1831-95) (Fellow of Magdalene, 1860-74, of St. Catharine's, 1874-95; Norrisian Professor of Divinity, 1879-92; Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity, 1892-95). Letter (1873) [556] SIR GODFREY LUSHINGTON (1832-1907) (Permanent Under-Secretary, Home Office, 1885-95). Letter (1881) [557-565] GERALD WOLFE LYDEKKER (1811-81) (The Lodge, Harpenden, Herts; J.P. Father of Richard Ludekker). Letters (1874-79) [566-573] RICHARD LYDEKKER (1849-1915) (writer; on staff of Geological Survey of India, 1874-82; Keeper of Palaeontology, British Museum (Natural History), 1882- 96). Letters (1873-93) [574] SIR CHARLES LYELL (1797-1875) (1st Baronet, geologist). Letter (1859) [575-584] MARY E., LADY LYELL (d.1873) (wife of Sir Charles Lyell, geologist). Letters (1870-71)

Dates

  • 1853-1906

Creator

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Extent

584 item(s) (584 letters paper) : paper

Language of Materials

English

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