Skip to main content

Cambridge University Libraries are providing a blend of online and controlled in-person services. Please see our website for more details.

Correspondents W, 1850-1895

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

Scope and Contents

[1-24] WILLIAM WARWICK WAGSTAFFE (1843-1910) (surgeon, medical writer). Letters (1864-85) [25] ALFRED D. WALKER (Chester). Letter (1871) [26-47] DAVID WALKER (1837-1917) (surgeon, naturalist). Letters (1858-62) [48-50] FRANCIS AUGUSTUS WALKER (1841-1905) (clergyman, plant collector). Letters (1880-89) [51-55] JOSIAH WALKER (1805-82) (Vicar, Wood Ditton, Cambs., 1847-80). Letters (1862-68) [56-63] SAMUEL ABRAHAM WALKER (1809-79) (clergyman, writer on missions). Letters (1884-85) [64-130] ALFRED RUSSEL WALLACE (1823-1913) (naturalist, travel writer). Letters (1862-87) [131] ALFRED WALLIS (1833-1908) (writer, editor, Derby Mercury). Letter (1883) [132] HENRY MARRIAGE WALLIS (1854-1941) (corn merchant; curator of zoology, Reading Museum). Letter (1879) [133] SPENCER HORATIO WALPOLE (1806-98) (Home Secretary). Letter (1872) [134-175] 6TH BARON WALSINGHAM (THOMAS DE GREY) (1843-1919). Letters (1871-89) [176-177] ARTHUR FRASER WALTER (1846-1910) (proprietor, The Times). Letters (1880-81) [178-179] HENRY FRASER WALTER (1822-93) (traveller, sportsman, paper mill owner). Letters (1861-84) [180] HEWELL C. WALTON (Thames Ditton). Letter (1864) [181] ROBERT WARD-JACKSON. Letter (1884) [182] HENRY WARD. Letter (1864) [183] ISAAC W. WARD (1834-1916) (Irish astronomer). Letter (1888) [184] MICHAEL FOSTER WARD (1826-1915). Letter (1871) [185-186] W.S. WARD (Assay Office, New York). Letter and draft (1874) [187-188] ROBERT GEORGE WARDLAW-RAMSAY (1852-1921) (army officer, naturalist). Letters (1883) [189] SIR THOMAS WARDLE (1831-1909) (promoter of silk industry). Letter (1887) [190-196] ROBERT WARREN (1829-1915) (Irish ornithologist). Letters (1871-73) [197-203] FREDERICK HERSCHEL WATERHOUSE (1845-1919) (zoologist; librarian, Zoological Society). Letters (1872-86) [204] GEORGE ROBERT WATERHOUSE (1810-88) (naturalist, Keeper of (Mineralogy and) Geology, British Museum, 1843-80). Letter (1862) [205-206] WILLIAM WATERMAN (Wimborne). Letters to and from Alfred Newton (1863) [207-209] WATKINS & DONCASTER (natural history suppliers, Strand). Letters (1881) [210-211] MORGAN GEORGE WATKINS (1835- ) (clergyman, miscellaneous writer).. Letters (1884) [212] CHRISTOPHER KNIGHT WATSON (1824-1901) (Secretary, Society of Antiquaries, 1860-85). Letter (1879) [213-215] W.L. WEBB (Birmingham). Letters (1871-74) [216-237] JOHN WALTER WEDDERBURN (1824-79) (naturalist). Letters (1852-75) [238-239] AUGUST WEISMAN (1834-1914) (Professor of Zoology, Freiburg University). Letters to and from Alfred Newton (1879) [240-242] WALTER FRANK RAPHAEL WELDON (1860-1906) (evolutionary zoologist, biometrician). Letters (1885-89) [243-246] JOHN CAMPION WELLS (officer, RN). Letters (1872-82) [247-248] J.S. WESLEY (Wetherby). Letters (1876) [249] RICHARD ROGER WESTERN (1815-85) (Captain, RN). Letter (1866) [250-251] JOHN OBADIAH WESTWOOD (1805-93) (entomologist, palaeographer). Letters (1872) [252-258] CHARLES BYGRAVE WHARTON (1843- ) (zoologist). Letters (1865-68) [259-272] HENRY THORNTON WHARTON (1846-95) (surgeon, translator, compiler). Letters (1877-85) [273-281] HENRY BENJAMIN WHEATLEY (1838-1917) (bibliographer, antiquary). Letters (1879-85) [282-302] JOSEPH ISAAC SPADAFORA WHITAKER (1850-1932) (ornithologist, archaeologist, sportsman). Letters to Alfred Newton (1877-88); copy letters to him, from W. Wyatt, M. Freeman, Owen Aplin (1882) [303] ADAM WHITE (1817-79) (Zoologist, coleopterist, British Museum 1835-63). Letter (1862) [304] FRANCIS BUCHANAN WHITE (1842-94) (Editor, Scottish Naturalist, 1871- 82). Letter (1877) [305-307] WALTER WHITE (1811-93) (Assistant Secretary and Librarian, Royal Society). Letters (1873-81) [308-309] JEFFERY WHITEHEAD. Letters (1876-77) [310-331] HENRY WHITELY (curator, Royal Artillery Institution Museum, Wisbech). Letters (1862-84) [332-344] EDWARD WHYMPER (1840-1911) (wood engraver, Alpinist). Letters (1868-75) [345-346] JOSIAH WOOD WHYMPER (1813-1903) (painter, wood engraver). Letters (1874) [347] LIONEL WILLIAM WIGLESWORTH (1865-1901) (ornithologist). Letter (1889) [348] SIR WILLIAM ROBERT WILLS WILDE (1815-76) (surgeon, writer, antiquary). Letter (1872) [349] EDWARD WILLIAMS (Dublin). Letter (1889) [350] GEORGE WILLIAMS (Bedgebury Park, Cranbrook). Letter (1868) [351] SAMUEL D. WILLIAMS (topical writer). Letter (1879) [352] EDMUND SYDNEY WILLIAMS (1817-91) (publisher, Williams & Norgate). Letter (1867) [353-357] T.M. WILLIAMS (natural history dealer, Oxford Street). Letters to and from Alfred Newton (1854) [358-360] WILLIAM WILLIAMS (taxidermist, Dublin). Letters (1877-80) [361-362] W.J. WILLIAMS (Zoological Society, printer[?]). Letters (1863-95) [363] COLLIS WILLMOTT (Canterbury). Letter (1886) [364] GEORGE B. WILLS (Catford). Letter (1889) [365-366] JAMES WILLS (clergyman; London Missionary Society). Letters (1882) [367-371] MRS S.M. WILLS (Catford). Letters (1889) [372-416] JOSEPH PRATT WILMOT (1799-1863) (Deputy Registrar, Manchester District Court of Bankruptcy). Letters to Alfred and Edward Newton (1857-74), copy letters to Sarah Wilmot (1850) Add.9839/1W/372-416,429a [417-425] JOHN BRAMSTON WILMOT (1806-78) (physician). Letters (1874) [426-427] MARIA WILMOT (sister of Joseph Wilmot). Letters (1862-63) [428-429] SARAH WILMOT (sister of Joseph Wilmot). Letters to Alfred Newton, Mr. Russell (1863-88) [430] ANDREW WILSON (1831-81) (traveller, writer). Letter (1881) [431] SIR HENRY FRANCIS WILSON (1859-1937) (civil servant). Letter (1885) [432-445] SCOTT BARCHARD WILSON (1864-1923) (ornithologist). Letters (1885-89) [446-451] THOMAS WILTSHIRE (1826-1902) (clergyman, geologist, mineralogist). Letters (1874-77) [452-453] JAMES WINGATE (Glasgow, numismatist). Letters (1862) [454-455] JOHN RICHARD DE CAPEL WISE(1831-90) (ornithologist, writer). Letters (1864) [456-478] JOSEF WOLF (1820-99) (animal painter). Letters (1862-69) [479-500] JOHN FRANCIS THOMAS WOLLEY (previously HURT) (1796-1877) (clergyman). Letters (1854-76) [501-678] JOHN WOLLEY (1823-59) (ornithologist). Letters to Alfred and Edward Newton (1851-59) [679-691] CHARLES WOLLEY-DOD (1826-1904) (previously WOLLEY) (agriculturalist; Assistant Master, Eton College 1850-78). Letters (1861-85) [692-695] JOHN GEORGE WOOD (1827-89) (clergyman, natural historian). Letters (1861-62) [696-711] THOMAS W. WOOD (natural history artist). Letters (1860-81) [712-731] JOHN WOODALL WOODALL (banker, Scarborough). Letters (1882-86) [732-733] WOODFALL & KINDER (publishers). Letters (1880) [734-739] HENRY WOODWARD (1832-1921) (Assistant to Richard Owen, British Museum, 1858- ; Keeper of Zoology 1880-1901). Letters (1873-85) [740-743] BRYCE McMURDO WRIGHT (1850-95) (mineralogist, geologist, conchologist). Letters (1879-84) [744-775] EDWARD PERCEVAL WRIGHT (1834-1910) (naturalist). Letters (1863-77) [776] FERDINAND VON WRIGHT (1822-1906) (zoological painter). Letter (1854) [777] WILLIAM WRIGHT. Letter (1874) [778-789] WILLIAM ALDIS WRIGHT (1831-1914) (Shakespearean and Biblical scholar).Letters (1868-84) [790-799] CLAUDE WILMOT WYATT (1842-1900) (bird artist). Letters (1866-70) [800] M.F. WYKEHAM-MARTIN (Brighton). Letter (1871) [801] JANE WYLES. Letter (1879) [802] CHARLES W.S.T. WYMAN (printer). Letter (1882)

Dates

  • 1850-1895

Creator

Conditions Governing Access

Unless restrictions apply, the collection is open for consultation by researchers using the Manuscripts Reading Room at Cambridge University Library. For further details on conditions governing access please contact mss@lib.cam.ac.uk. Information about opening hours and obtaining a Cambridge University Library reader's ticket is available from the Library's website (www.lib.cam.ac.uk).

Extent

802 item(s) (802 letters paper) : paper

Language of Materials

English

Repository Details

Part of the Cambridge University Library Repository

Contact:
Cambridge University Library
West Road
Cambridge CB3 9DR United Kingdom


The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.