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.

Pallas's sand grouse, 1856-1899

 Series
Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.9839/4

Scope and Contents

[1-204] Correspondence [1] HERMAN ALBARDE (1826-98) (Dutch lawyer, zoologist). Letter (1889) [2] BERNARD ALTUM(1824-1900) (German zoologist, ornithologist, forestry scientist). Letter (1888) [3] OLIVER V. APLIN. Letter (1888) [4] J. ARIMEO. Letter to 4th Lord Lilford (1888) [5] VALENTINE BALL (1843-95) (geologist, professor, writer). Letter (1888) [6] RICHARD MANLIFFE BARRINGTON(1849-1915) (Irish land valuer, botanist). Letter (1888) [7] C. BARTLETT (Zoological Society's Gardens). Letter (1888) [8-10] ANTHONY BELT. Letters (1888) [11] EDWARD BIDWELL. Letter (1891) [12-13] MAURICE CHARLES HILTON BIRD (1857-1924) (clergyman, naturalist, writer). Letters (1888) [14-17] AUGUST WILHELM HEINRICH BLASIUS (1845-1912) (German ornithol- ogist). Letters (1888-89) [18] D'URBAN BLYTH (Great Massingham, Norfolk). Letter (1856) [19] G.E. BOND (Thetford). Letter (1888) [20-31] FREDERICK BOYES (bank manager, Beverley). Letters (1888-89) [32] H. BOUGHEN. (Brandon). Letter (1888) [33] FRANCES JOANNA, LADY BUNBURY (1814-94) (wife of 8th Baronet). Letter (1888) [34-37] LOUIS éDOUARD BUREAU (1830-1918) (French physician, botanist). Letters (1888-89) [38] J. BÜTTIKOPER (Natural History Museum, Leiden). Letter (1889) [39] JULIUS VICTOR CARUS (1823-1903) (German zoologist, entomologist). Letter (1888) [40-41] JAMES M. CHADWICK. Copy letter to J.A. Harvie-Browne (1889); letter (1889) [42-51] R. CHADWICK (Major; Findhorn House, Forres). Letters (1889) [52-58] ALFRED CRAWHALL CHAPMAN (consulting engineer,ornithologist). Letters to John Cordeaux, Alfred Newton (1888) [59] ROBERT W. CHASE. Letter (1889) [60] JULIA CLARKE (Wymondham). Letter (n.d., w.m. 1859) [61] WALTER CLARKE. Letter (1889) [62-64] ROBERT COLLETT (1842-1913) (Curator, Director, Professor, Zoological Museum, Oslo, 1864-1913). Letters (1889) [65] SIR CHARLES ANDERSON. Letter to John Cordeaux (1874) [66-69,71-76] JOHN CORDEAUX (1833-99) (farmer, writer). Letters (1888-90) [70] FREDERICK FRESHNEY(1836-1915) (clergyman). Letter to John Cordeaux (1888) [77] WILLIAM WILFRID CORDEAUX (1860-1926) (Liuetenant-Colonel, 21st Lancers). Letter (1889) [78] JOSEPH CULLINGFORD (Durham taxidermist). Letter (1888) [79] WILLIAM DARLING (lighthouse keeper, Whitby). Letter (1888) [80-81] ALPHONSE JOSEPH CHARLES DUBOIS (1839-1921) (conservator, Royal Museum of Natural History, Brussels, 1869-1914). Letters (1889) [82-83] WILLIAM EAGLE CLARKE(1853-1938) (Keeper of Natural History, Royal Scottish Museum, Edinburgh, 1906-21). Letters (1888) [84] OLIVER COOKE FARRER (1849- ) (Binnegar Hall, Wareham, Dorset). Letter (1888) [85] HENRY WEMYSS FEILDEN (1838-1921) (Colonel; naturalist to British Polar Expedition, 1875-76). Letter (1889) [86-87] FREDERICK WILLIAM FROHAWK (1861-1946) (zoological artist). Letters (1889) [88-89] CHARLES GAUT (Elveden). Letters (1890) [90-92] C.R. GAWEN. Letters (1888-89) [93] PERCY SANDEN GODMAN (1836-1922) (of Hampsteel, Horsham, Sussex; had an estate at Borregaard, Norway). Letter (1889) [94-95] JOHN GOULD (1804-81) (ornithologist, writer, illustrator). Letters (1864) [96] H. GOUTTIER. Letter to John Dalgleish (1888) [97] ALBERT CHARLES LEWIS GOTTHILF GÜNTHER (1830-1914) (zoologist; British Museum from 1862, Keeper of Zoological Department, 1875-95). Letter (1889) [98] JOHN HENRY GURNEY (1819-1890) (ornithologist, MP). Letter (1863) [99-101] GURNEY, JOHN HENRY (1848-1922) (son of J.H. Gurney; farmer, ornithologist). Letters (1888-90) [102] HAMOND, THOMAS ASTLEY HORACE (1845-1917) (younger brother of Anthony Hamond). Letter (1888) [122] OSWALD CARR (Captain, Royal Artillery). Copy letter to John Hancock (1863) [123] JAMES EDMUND HARTING (1841-1928) (zoologist, ornithologist, writer; Librarian, Linnaean Society to 1902). Letter (1896) [124] KAREL JOHAN GUSTAV HARTLAUB (1814-1900) (German physician, zoologist). Letter (1861) [125] CHRISTOPH GOTTFRIED ANDREAS GIEBEL (1820-81) (Professor of Zoology, Halle). Letter to Gustav Hartlaub (1861) [126-128] JOHN ALEXANDER HARVIE BROWNE (1844-1916) (ornithologist, writer). Letters (1888) [129] ROBERT E. MACKERSACK[?]. Copy letter to John Harvie Browne (1889) [130-131,133-134,137] HENRY BENDELACK HEWETSON (1849-99) (ophthal- mologist, naturalist, writer). Letters (1888-90) [132] WILLIAM F.E. TOMALIN (solicitor, Northampton). Letter to Henry Hewetson (1888) [135] J.C. SWAILES (Beverley, Yorks). Copy letter to Henry Hewetson (1889) [136-137] MURDOCH MACLAINE (1845-1909) (clan chief, Maclaine of Lochbuie). Copy letters to Henry Hewetson (1889) [138-139] SIR WILLIAM JACKSON HOOKER (1785-1865) (Director, Royal Gardens, Kew 1841-65; father of Sir Joseph Hooker). Correspondence with Alfred Newton (1860) [140] HUGH P. HORNBY. Letter (1888) [141] H. IRBY (Colonel). Letters (1888) [142] PETER ANDERSON. Letter to Savile Reid (1888) [143] HENRY JACKSON (1839-1921) (Fellow of Trinity 1864-1921, Regius Professor of Greek 1906-21). Letter (1890) [144-149] GEORGE JELL (registrar, births and deaths, Lydd). Letters (1863) [150] FREDERICUS ANNA JENTINK (1844-1913) (Dutch zoologist, writer). Letter (1888) [151] A.W. JOHNSON (Newcastle). Letter (1890) [152] HENRY GEORGE JOHNSON (Hampshire Chronicle). Letter (1888) [153-155] HERMAN KOLLER (taxidermist, Royal Zoological Museum, Amsterdam). Letters (1889) [156] JOHN EDWARD KELSALL (1864-1924) (clergyman). Letter (1888) [157] CH____ VAN KEMPEN (St. Omer). Letter (1889) [158-159] PHILIP MOORE CALLOW KERMODE (1855-1932) (Manx antiquarian, historian). Letters (1888-89) [160] HENRY KERR (newspaper editor, Bacup, Lancs, ornithologist). Letter (1888) [161-162, 164-169,171-172] 4TH BARON LILFORD (1833-96) (ornithologist; author, Coloured figures of the birds of the British islands, 1885-87). Letters (1888-89) [163] H. CASTANG (Leadenhall Market). Letter to 4th Lord Lilford (1888) [170,173] FREDERIC GEORGE DAWTRY DREWETT (1848-1942) (pathologist, botanist, writer). Letters to 4th Lord Lilford (1889-90) [174] GEORGE CHAPLIN LIVETT (1840-99) (solicitor). Letter (1888) [175] HENRY RICHARDS LUARD(1825-91) (Fellow of Trinity, 1849-91; Vicar of Great St. Mary's, Cambridge, 1860-87; Registrary, 1862-91). Letter (1891) [176-177] CHRISTIAN FREDERIK LÜTKEN (1827-1901) (University Zoological Museum, Copenhagen). Letters (1888-89) [178-181] HUGH ALEXANDER MACPHERSON (1858-1901) (clergyman). Letters (1889-90) [182] HERBERT W. MARSDEN (natural history dealer, Gloucester). Letter to James Harting (1888) [183] HILL MUSSENDEN LEATHES (1829- ) (colonel, landowner, writer). Letter to John Gurney (1863) [184-185] NEWTON, SIR EDWARD (1832-97) (colonial governor, ornithologist). Letters (1890) [186] OCTAVIUS PICKARD-CAMBRIDGE (1828-1917) (clergyman, entomologist). Letter (1888) [187] GEORGE ROLLESTON (1829-81) (Linacre Professor of Anatomy and Physiology, Oxford University, 1860-81). Letter (1871) [188] JOHN SCALES (Skibbereen, Co. Cork). Letter (1859) [189] AN, copy letter to PHILIP LUTLEY SCLATER(1829-1913) (Secretary, Zoological Society of London, 1859-1902) (1863) [190] EDWARD JONES SCHOLLICK (Aldingham Hall, Ulverston). Letter to Philip Sclater (1863) [191] HENRY MAURICE DRUMMOND-HAY (1814-96) (naturalist). Letter to Philip Sclater (1863) [192] CHARLES SUTTON MILLARD (1834-1912) (clergyman). Letter to Philip Sclater (1888) [193-194] ALEXANDER SCOTT (Kinterrach, Forres, Scotland). Letters (1889) [195-196] ROBERT SERVICE (Maxwelltown, Dumfries). Letters (1889) [197] JOHN SLIGHT (Leake). Letter (1864) [198-199,201] THOMAS SOUTHWELL (1831-1909) (Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists' Society). Letters (1856-92) [200] MARTIN DODMAN (1822-87). Copy letter to Thomas Southwell (1863) [201] FREDERICK WILLIAM KING (Rushford Lodge, Thetford). Copy letter to Thomas Southwell (1892) [202] A.S. TOOGOOD (Kingsworthy, Winchester). Letter (n.d.) [203] JOHN HARTLEY DURRANT (1863-1928) (entomologist). Letter to Lord Walsingham (1888) Add.9839/4/203 [204] JOHN WOODALL WOODALL (banker, Scarborough). Letter (1863) [205-264] Papers, including [205] Henry Stevenson[?], 'Pallas's sandgrouse in Norfolk and Suffolk', printed page-proof; [206-207] Stevenson, 'Pallas's sandgrouse in Nor- folk and Suffolk, during the summer of 1863, second notice. From the Zoologist', page-proofs, 1863; [208] 'Syrrhaptes paradoxus. Pallas's Sandgrouse', printed page from unnamed publication; [209-215] Sketch-map illustrating Mr Alfred Newton's paper on the ''Irruption of Syrrhaptes Paradoxus in 1863'', Ibis, 1864, plate VI, MS and printed proofs; MS map of British Isles with locations marked, MS and printed lists of occurrences probably relating to map; [216] MS 'Addenda to Syrrhaptes invasion; [217-233] Notes probably for 'Irruption' paper; [234-238] Photographs of stuffed specimens of sand grouse, 1888-90; [239] Sketches of flight of flock of sand grouse, by F.W. FROHAWK[?], 1888; [240] J.E. Harting, 'The recent immigration of Pallas's sandgrouse', Life Lore, AUG 1888; [241] Poem 'To the sand grouse. By the Duke of Argyll', Good Words, JAN 1889; [242] Lord Walsingham, printed shooting score card, 31 JAN 1889; [243] WALTER CROUCH (Vice-President, Essex Field Club), MS 'Pallas's sand grouse in Essex' (Essex Naturalist, 1889); [244-248] MS, proof, with revisions, of AN's 'On the young of Pallas's sand-grouse', 1890, proofs of plate; [249-259] Notes probably for AN's paper, c.1888-90; [260] Notes by F.M. Ogilvie on irruption of sand grouse at Sizewell and Scotts Hall in 1888-89, sent to AN 1891; [261] Note about specimen of pin tail grouse in Hampshire, n.d.; [262] Bacon's new county guide and map of Cumberland and Westmorland, with annotations and areas highlighted in red, n.d.; [263] AN, MS note for BAAS meeting, n.d.; [264] MS 'The sand grouse', anon. [265-300] Newscuttings, 1863, chronological order. [301-581] Newscuttings, 1888, chronological order. [582-649] Newscuttings, 1889, chronological order. [650-652] Newscuttings, 1890-92, chronological order. [653-657] Miscellanea with newscuttings. [658-665] Printed maps, Europe, England and Wales, Ireland, Scotland, France, Italy, Germany, most annotated in pencil with occurrences of sand grouse, 1888. [666-695] Further papers: [666] JOHN CORDEAUX, MS 'Notes on the occurrence of Pallas's sand grouse … in the Spurn district in the spring of 1888', published, with changes, The Naturalist, 156, JUL 1888; [667] Pages from Beilage zur Illustrirte Jagd-Zeitung, XVI Jahrg. Nos. 11- 12, DEC 1888, on sand grouse; [668] Lithographed letter from Permanentes internationales ornithologisches Comité, 29 APR 1888, on sand grouse, signed [?] RUDOLF HEINRICH PAUL BLASIUS (1842-1907); [669] Incomplete register of appearance of sand grouse in European places, n.d.; [670] 'Seeds from the crop of a Sandgrouse shot in Hampshire June 1888'; [671] Newscutting, 'Breeding of Pallas's sand grouse in Scotland', The Field, 19 APR 1890; [672-695] AN, notes on sand grouse; [696] AN, list of writers of letters to him about sand grouse, 1888-89; [697] AN, list of newspaper and ournal articles on sand grouse, 1888-89; [698] 'The sand grouse', note from EDWARD NEAVE, in Shooting and fishing, 13 AUG 1890; [699] 'Germany', The Standard, 24 SEP 1891; [700-701] Newscuttings, 'Sandgrouse in Lincolnshire', from JOHN CORDEAUX, R. SNOW FORDHAM, The Times, 1,4 APR 1899; [702] 'Sandgrouse in England' from SYDNEY BUXTON, The Times, 8 APR 1899.

Dates

  • 1856-1899

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).

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.