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Correspondents N, 1852-1893

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

Scope and Contents

[1] NATURE, EDITOR OF. Letter (1893) [2-11] EDWARD NEALE (1833-1904) (bird artist, illustrator). Letters (1870-87) [12-14] WILLIAM HENRY NEALE (1857- ) (surgeon). Letters (1882) [15] A.E. NEATE (Stratford, Essex). Letter (1877) [16-17] JOHN GUDGEON NELSON (1818-82) (clergyman). Letters (1877) [18-21] THOMAS HUDSON NELSON (1856-1916) (ornithologist, writer). Letters, paper 'Pallas's sand in N. Yorkshire' (1888) [22-29] SAMUEL TARRATT NEVILL (1837-1921) (Bishop of Dunedin, New Zealand, 1871-1919). Letters (1866-74) [30-34] W. NEVILL (Langham, Godalming, Surrey). Letters (1867-68) [35-36] 6TH BARON BRAYBROOKE (LATIMER NEVILLE) (1827-1904) (Master of Magdalene, 1853-1904; 6th Baron Braybrooke, 1902). Letter to Alfred Newton, copy letter to J.W. Clark (1875) [37] LUCY FRANCES LE MARCHANT, LADY BRAYBROOKE (d.1918) (wife of Latimer Neville, 6th Baron Braybrooke). Letter (1885) [38] DAVID NEWBY (Thetford). Letter to Alfred Newton (1885) Add.9839/1N/38 [39-49] EDWARD CLOUGH NEWCOME (1809-71) (Feltwell Hall, Norfolk). Letters to Alfred and Edward Newton (1854-70), letter to him, from Anthony Savage (1860) [50-52] EDWARD CYRIL NEWCOME (1855-1917) (Feltwell Hall; 2nd son of Edward Clough Newcome). Letters to Alfred and Edward Newton (1888) [53-62] FRANCIS D'ARCY WILLIAM CLOUGH NEWCOME (1851-1910) (Hockwold Hall and Feltwell Hall, Norfolk; eldest son of Edward Clough Newcome). Letters (1871-88) [63-64] WILLIAM CYRIL NEWCOME (d.1897) (clergyman; brother of Edward Clough Newcome). Letters (1879) [65-106] EDWARD NEWMAN (1801-76) (naturalist, entomologist; editor of The Zoologist, 1843-63, natural history editor of The Field, 1858-76). Letters (1852-75) [107] F.T. NEWMAN (publisher). Letter (1872) [108-113] EDGAR FRANCIS NEWTON (nephew of Alfred Newton). Letters (1888-89) [114-116] SIR EDWARD NEWTON. Letters to and from Alfred Newton (1855-94) [117-121] EDWIN TULLEY NEWTON (1840-1930) (palaeontologist to Geological Survey and Museum of Practical Geology, 1882-1905). Letters (1879-86) [122] FRANCIS J. NEWTON (nephew of Alfred Newton). Letter (1871) [123-124] H. NEWTON (nephew of Alfred Newton). Letters (1885) [125-127] L.C. NIALL (Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society). Letters (1877-84) [128] HENRY NICHOLLS (Poor Law relieving officer, Kingsbridge). Letter to Edward Newton (1857) [129-136] FRANCIS NICHOLSON (Bowdon, Cheshire). Letters (1879) [137] MARTIN NOCKOLDS (solicitor, Saffron Walden). Letter (1897) [138] BARON (NILS) ADOLF ERIC NORDENSKIÖLD (1832-1901) (Finnish- Swedish geologist, mineralogist, Arctic explorer). Letter (1880) [148-200] FRANCIS NORGATE (son of Thomas S. Norgate, Rector of Sparham, Norfolk?). Letters (1868-88) [139] FREDERICK NORGATE (1818-1908) (writer, biographer). Letter (1865) [140-142] ALFRED MERLE NORMAN (1831-1918) (clergyman, marine biologist). Letters (1868-81) [143] GEORGE NORMAN (1823-82) (Hull, merchant). Letter (1859) [144-146] J.C. NOSWORTHY (chemist, Melksham, Wilts). Letters (1876-77) [147] NOTES & QUERIES, EDITOR OF. Letter (1882)

Dates

  • 1852-1893

Creator

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Extent

147 item(s) (147 letters paper) : paper

Language of Materials

English

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