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Correspondents R, 1851-1893

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

Scope and Contents

[1-5] JOHN RAE (1813-93) (Arctic explorer). Letters (1879) [6-12] BEAVEN RAKE (surgeon, Fordingbridge, Salisbury). Letters (1865-71) [13] EDWARD PIERSON RAMSAY (1842-1916) (Australian ornithologist). Telegram (1883) [14-15] HARDWICKE DRUMMOND RAWNSLEY (1851-1917) (clergyman). Letters to and from Alfred Newton (1889) [16] HERBERT EDWARD RAWSON (1852-1924) (Colonel, Royal Engineers). Letter (1879) [17-67] HENRY REEKS (1838-82) (botanist). Letters (1863-80) [68-75] JAMES REEVE (1833-1920) (geologist; Curator, Norfolk and Norwich Museum, 1853-94). Letters (1863-89) [76-77] AUGUSTA M. REID (artist). Letters (1884) [78-79] SIR PETER LE PAGE RENOUF (1822-97) (Egyptologist, oriental scholar, theologian; Keeper of Egyptian and Assyrian antiquities, British Museum, 1885-91). Letters (1881) [80-89] ROBERT REYNOLDS (Thetford, Norfolk, natural history dealer). Letters to Edward and Alfred Newton (1851-57) [90] GEORGE RICH. Letter (1865) [91-98] SIR GEORGE HENRY RICHARDS (1819-76) (Admiral). Letters (1867-74) 99-106] 6TH DUKE OF RICHMOND (CHARLES HENRY GORDON-LENNOX) (1819-1903) (Leader of Conservatives in House of Lords, 1870-74; Lord President of the Council, 1874-80). Letters (1859-74) [107-109] MARCUS SAMUEL CAM RICKARDS (1840-1928) (clergyman, poet, naturalist). Letters (1874) [110-113] MRS. SUSAN RICKETTS (sister of John Wolley). Letters (1864-85) [114] GIBBES RIGAUD (1820-85) (mathematical historian; major-general). Letter (1876) [115] CHARLES VALENTINE RILEY (1843-95) (entomologist). Letter (1887) [116-124] ALFRED ROBERTS (1821- ) (King Street, Scarborough). Letters (1855-75) [125-131] HENRY JOHN ROBERTS (1854- ) (Rose Hill, Ipswich). Letters (1876-77) [132] JOHN ROBERTS (1825- ) (Fellow of Magdalene; barrister, Norfolk Circuit and Bedford Sessions). Letter (1865) [133] SIR WILLIAM CHANDLER ROBERTS(-AUSTEN) (1843-1902) (metall- urgist; chemist and assayer of the Royal Mint, 1870-1902). Letter (1882) [134-152] PETER ROBERTSON (Forester to Marquess of Breadalbane and Holland, Black Mount, Tyndrum). Letters to Edward and Alfred Newton (1854-70) [153-154] S. ROCK (Royal Artillery, Hasler Barracks, Gosport). Letters (1865) [155-159] JOHN ROCKE (1817-81) (Clungunford House, Aston on Clun, Shropshire). Letters (1865-70) [160] MRS. ROCKE (wife of John Rocke). Letter (1884) [161-206] EDWARD HEARLE RODD (1810-80) (solicitor, town clerk, Penzance; ornithologist). Letters (1867-79) [207-209] C. RODGERS (Secretary, Owen's Patent Wheel, Tire, and Axle Company, Rotherham). Letters (1871) [210-212] H.B. RODWELL (London, natural history dealer). Letters (1857) [213-214] C.G. ROGH (Stockholm). Letters (1853) [215-230] GEORGE ROLLESTON (1829-81) (Linacre Professor of Anatomy and Physiology, Oxford University, 1860-81). Letters (1863-79) [231-241] GEORGE JOHN ROMANES (1848-94) (scientist, writer). Letters (1881-82) [242-243] MRS. E.M. ROSE (Pewsey, Wilts). Letters to and from Alfred Newton (1884) [244] WILLIAM ROSS (Gracechurch Street, London). Letter (1877) [245-247] JOHN ROUILLARD (barrister, Mauritius). Letters (1874) [248] JAMES ROUND (1842-1916) (MP). Letter (1881) [249-258] JOSHUA BROOKING ROWE (1837-1908) (antiquary, Plymouth). Letters (1864-88) [259-263] CAROLINE FRANCES ROWLEY (d.1900) (wife of George Dawson Rowley). Letters (1884) [264-270] GEORGE FYDELL ROWLEY (1851-1933) (son of G.D. Rowley; of Morcott Hall, Rutland and Priory Hill, St. Neots). Letters (1875-86) [283-580] GEORGE DAWSON ROWLEY (1822-78) (naturalist; of Morcott Hall, Rutland and Chichester House, Brighton). Letters (1855-75) [271-272] JOEL ROWSELL (1806-86) (bookseller). Letters (1877) [273-276] MRS. MARY ANN RUDGE (The Lawn, Holybourne, Alton, Hampshire). Letters (1885-86) [277] FREDERICK RULE (Ashford, Kent). Letter (1877) [278] ARTHUR RUSSELL (Oakley, Bedford). Letter (1875) [279-280] WILLIAM BARKER RUSSELL (1858-1922) (physician, botanist). Letters (1893) [281-282] VINCENT WILLIAM RYAN (1816-88) (first Anglican Bishop of Mauritius, 1854-67; Vicar of Bredford, 1870-75; Rector of Stanhope 1883-88). Letters (1873-74) [581-713] RYE, EDWARD CALDWELL RYE (1832-85) (entomologist; author of British beetles, 1866; librarian, Royal Geographical Society). Letters (1871-84) [714-715] FREDERICK RYLAND (1854-1902) (philosopher; author, Locke on words). Letters (1881) [716] VINCENT RAVEN (1815-87). Draft letter to him, from Alfred Newton (1852)

Dates

  • 1851-1893

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Extent

716 item(s) (716 letters paper) : paper

Language of Materials

English

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