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Wild Bird Preservation, 1858-1906

 Series
Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.9839/5

Scope and Contents

[1] Scrapbook 'Bird Preservation', Parliamentary reports, Bills, motions; newscuttings, leaflets, committee reports, 1869-80. [2] RSPCA, invitation to meeting of Association for the Protection of Sea Birds, 1869. [3] Printed invitation to same meeting, about 'Proposed Act for the preservation of sea birds', 10 MAR 1869, with MS notes on proposed clauses and voting. [4] Motions proposed at meeting, 10 MAR 1869. [5] Printed appeal 'To the members of the Association for the protection of sea birds'. [6] Receipt to AN for donation. [7] MR. CARR (Hedgeley, Northumberland), MS 'On some of the details desirable in a Bill for Protection of Seabirds', 1869. [8] AN, draft letter to 6TH DUKE OF RICHMOND, 30 APR 1869. [9] J.E. HARTING, draft Bill on destruction of seabirds during breeding season, submitted to Committee of British Association, 1869. [10-11] Sea Birds Preservation Bill, amendments and amended Bill, 1869. [12] Act to grant a duty of excise on licences to use guns, 1870. [13] Association for the protection of sea birds on the coasts of Great Britain and Ireland …Report (Bridlington, 1871). [14] H. STEVENSON, paper on Wild Birds Protection Act, 1872, reprinted from Norfolk Chronicle, 5 APR 1873. [15] MS extract from Quarterly Review, APR 1873. [16] AN, MS notes for a speech about game laws and extermination of animals, 1873. [17] Olphe Galliard, 'La diminution du gibier' in L'Acclimatation, 20 AUG 1874. [18] Wild Fowl Preservation Bill, 1876 [19] Division list, second reading of Wild Fowl Preservation Bill, 24 MAY 1876. [20] Notice of motion on Bill, 9 JUN 1876. [21-22] AN to 'My Lord', FRANCIS BUCKLAND, 1876. [23] Act for the Preservation of Wild Fowl, 1876. [24] Printed statement by BAAS Committee continuing investigation on possibility of establishing a close season for preserving indigenous animals, 1876. [25] Report of committee, Plymouth, 1877. [26] Notification by BAAS that committee is reappointed, SEP 1877. [27-28] Notes about close time in various English and Scottish counties, 1877. [29] Tasmania, House of Assembly, notice of motions, 1 MAY 1879, including Meredith's motion to bring in a Bill to protect sea birds. [30] Van der Snikt, 'Les chapeaux des dames', L'Acclimatation, 2 NOV 1879. [31] AN, draft letter to editor of Edinburgh Courant, 3 JAN 1880. [32-33] Wild Birds Protection Law Amendment, Bill and amended Bill, 1880. [34] Wild Birds Protection Act, draft with AN's suggested amendments. [35] AN, draft letter to The Times, on Wild Birds Protection Act, SEP 1880 ('not inserted – but seems to have stopped the nonsense'); on back of part of a draft article on 'Archaeopteryx'. [36] AN, MS copy of notice of Ness Salmon Fishery Board, in Inverness Courier, 26 OCT 1880. [37] HENRY GORDON-CUMMING (Scottish Salmon Fisheries). Copy letter to JOHN DICKSON (1880). [38-39] Article 'Protection of British birds' reviewing BAAS reports, 1869-80, and Wild Birds Protection Act, 1880, with explanatory notes (London, 'Field Office', 1880), 1st proof corrected by AN, 1st revise, with annotation. [40-41] AN, notes on how to counter arguments of 'One interested', and draft reply, 1881. [42] An Act to explain the Wild Birds Protection Act, 1880 — 1881. [350-359] Drafts of Bill, proposed amendments, 1881. [43-44] AN, copy letter to the Editor of The Field, in support of Captain Clark Kennedy's protest about 'the wanton destruction of rare birds', and draft, n.d. [45] LEONARD BLOMFIELD, offprint of letter to Bath Chronicle, 7 JUL 1887, on the Selborne Society. [46] HUGH G. BARCLAY to AN, printed note, 7 MAY 1889, on taking of gulls' eggs on Farne Islands. [47] Aberdeen County Council, report under Local Government (Scotland) Act, 1889, about an offence under Wild Birds Acts, and proposed amendments, 1889. [48] AN, draft of Bill to amend Wild Birds Protection Acts, 1891. [49] Farne Islands Report for year 1892 (Alnwick, 1893), H.A. Paynter, Treasurer and Secretary. [50-52] Breydon Wild Birds' Protection Society, reports, 1892-95. [53] Act to amend the Wild Birds Protection Act, 1880 (Wild Birds Protection Act, 1894). [54-55] AN, MS notes on County Council Association – Executive Council, JAN-FEB 1895. [56] Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, poster 'Protection of wild birds', c.1895. [57-58] County Council of Lindsey, Lincolnshire, and Norfolk, notices on wild birds protection, 1895. [59] Eugène Servin, 'La protection des oiseaux utiles (1)', Cosmos. Revue des Science et de leurs applications, N.S. 487, 26 MAY 1894. [60-61] Farne Island Report, 1894-95 (as [49] above). [62] MS extract from Daily News, 30 JUN 1897, Queen Victoria to be a patron of Society of Women for the Preservation of Small Birds in Austria. [63] MS extract from Westminster Gazette, 17 SEP 1897, urging introduction of house sparrows into Jochi field area to counter plague of flies. [64] AN, extract from letter W.G.N. to R.M.N., 1 APR 1899. [65] MS extract by Mrs. F.E. Lemon from The Times, 28 JUN 1876, 'Borrowed plumes', sent 1899. [66] AN, note, 1899. [67] MS Mrs. Lemon (Secretary, Society for the Protection of Birds), reports by John S. Tulloch, James Horeason, W. Eagle Clarke, 'The protection of skuas' eggs on Foula', 1900. [68] AN, MS notes, n.d. [69] Card announcing East India Association paper by Robert H. Elliot, 'The preservation of wild birds in India'. [70-71] AN, draft, 'Wild animals and their legal rights', another draft, n.d. [72-76] Feather sales catalogues, 1876 [72-73] Lewis & Peat, 19 JAN 1876, and Supplement. [74] Hale & Son, First supplement, 19 JAN 1876. [75-76] Hale & Son, First and second supplements, 15 MAR 1876. [77] AN, 'Borrowed plumes', letter to The Times, 27 JAN 1876, reprint. [78-83] Wild animals protection [78] Cape Province, South Africa, Government notice, report of E.L. Layard, Curator of South African Museum, on acclimitisation of animals, 24 FEB 1864. [79] Cape Province, Bill for the better preservation of game, 1868 [80] AN, 'The zoological aspect of game laws', address at BAAS, AUG 1868, proof slips, Norfolk Chronicle. [81] A Bill to amend the law relating to wild animals in Scotland, 1873. [82-83] Report of BAAS committee on establishing a 'close time' for protection of indigenous animals, 1874; statement. [84-85] Report of BAAS committee, as above, and for watching Bills introduced into Parliament affecting this subject, 1874? MS and printed report. [86-89] Offprints of parts of J.E. Harting's article 'British wildfowl', in The Field, 1877. [90-342] Newscuttings 1858 [90] Report of John Gould's notice to Society[?] about A.R. Wallace's collection of birds of paradise in the Aru Islands, Journal of _____, 6 MAR 1858. 1863 [91] Edward Wilson, 'The little bird', The Times, 9 OCT 1863. 1866 [92] 'Natural History Society of Dublin', ____s's Newsletter, and Daily Advertiser, 9 JUL 1866. 1868 [93-101] 'G.', 'A plea for the kittiwake'; 'The game laws'; F.O. Morris, A. Clayfield Ireland, 'Destruction of sea birds'; G., 'Zoological aspect of the game laws'; G.D., 'Destruction of small birds', The Times, 21,24,25,27,29 AUG, 7 SEP 1868. 1874 [102] Elliott Coues, 'Hybrid ducks', Forest and Stream, MAR 1874. 1875 [103] 'The Wild Birds Protection Act', The Field, 17 APR 1875. [104] Wildfowl Preservation Bill, 17 JUN 1875. [105] 'Destruction of small birds', The Times, 13 NOV 1875. 1876 [106] AN, 'Borrowed plumes', The Times, 28 JAN 1876. [107] 'St. Valentine's Day and our ''feathered songsters'', n.d. [108] 'Wildfowl Preservation Bill', The Field, 19 FEB 1876. [109] 'The Wild Fowl Preservation Bill', Land and Water, 19 FEB 1876. [110] 'Retriever', 'The preservation of wildfowl', 'The Wildfowl Protection Bill', T.S., 'The game supply of Paris', The Field, 26 FEB 1876. [111] F.O. Morris, quoting AN's letter to The Times, in Hand and Heart, FEB 1876. [112] 'Retriever', 'The preservation of wildfowl', The Field, 4 MAR 1876. [113-114] Article on feathers in ladies' hats, AN's letter, Royal Gazette, Georgetown, British Guiana, 11,14 MAR 1876. [115] B.H., 'Wild birds protection', Land and Water, 18 MAR 1876. [116] 'Anser', 'The Wild Fowl Preservation Act', Pall Mall Gazette, 25 MAR 1876. [117] Advertisements for traps, 20 APR 1876. [118] AN to Editor of Royal Gazette, 25 MAY 1876. [119-123] Notices in The Times, including [120] AN on 'Sand grouse', [122] F.O. MORRIS on 'The spoonbill', 25 MAY, 3,5,10,15 JUN 1876. [124] 'Wildfowl Preservation Bill', The Field, 17 JUN 1876. [125-126] Wildfowl Preservation Act, editorial, text, Norfolk Chronicle, 16 SEP 1876. [127] AN's address at BAAS, Daily Telegraph, 19 SEP 1876. [128] 'A lover of nature', 'Protection or extermination', Hobart Tribune, 9 OCT 1876. [129-130] 'Kangaroo Protection Bill', report of debate in [Tasmania] House of Assembly, Bill passed, 17,19 OCT 1876. [131] 'The Greenland seal fishery', The Times, 2 DEC 1876. [132] 'The Wild Birds Protection Act', The Times, 7 DEC 1876. 1877 [133-141] Notices in The Times, on Wild Birds Protection Act, prices of game birds at Leadenhall Market, [141] LORD COLVILLE, 'Wild Birds Preservation Act', 16,17,24,26 FEB, 3,10,17,24 MAR, 6 APR 1877. [142] 'The Wildfowl Preservation Act', The Field, 3 FEB 1877. [143] 'The Norfolk squires on snipe shooting', Land & Water, 24 FEB 1877. [144] 'Anas', 'The Wildfowl Preservation Act, 1876', The Field, 24 FEB 1877. [145] AN, letter in The Field, 10 MAR 1877. [146] 'Close time for game and birds', Land & Water, 31 MAR 1877. [147] 'The game laws', The Field, 31 MAR 1877. [148] FRED. NAT. LOWNE, 'The Birds Protection Act', Land & Water, 7 APR 1877. [149] Wild Birds Preservation Act, letters from Chairman, British Scandinavian Society, and O.S. ROUND, The Times, 7 APR 1877. [150] 'The Wildfowl Act in Norfolk', Land & Water, 7 APR 1877. [151] 'Wild fowl shooting', Norfolk Chronicle, 7 APR 1877. [152-154] 'J.P.', 'A.', 'Salesmen' 'The Wild Birds Protection Act', The Times, 11 APR 1877. [155-156] Prosecutions against London poulterers, The Times, 16-17 APR 1877. [157] 'British wildfowl' [long-tailed duck to ringed plover], The Field, 21 APR 1877. [158] Prosecutions under Act at Brighton, Sussex Daily News, 2 MAY 1877. [159] Brentford girls summonsed for taking robin's nest, The Times, 14 MAY 1877. [160-161] Appeal in case Whitehead v. Smithers, The Times, 16 JUN 1877, The Field, 23 JUN 1877. [162] 'Close time for the protection of indigenous animals', Land & Water, 18 AUG 1877. [163-164] 'Beverley', 'Argus', 'Close time for sea birds in Yorkshire', The Field, 25 AUG, 1 SEP 1877. [165] 'Close time for wild fowl and sea birds', Land & Water, 20 OCT 1877. [166] 'The protection of wild fowl', The Times, 20 OCT 1877. [167] 'Close time for snipe and wildfowl in Yorkshire', The Field, 20 OCT 1877. [168] O.S. ROUND, 'Wild fowl protection', The Times, 24 OCT 1877. [169] F.O. MORRIS, 'Rare birds', The Times, 30 NOV 1877 [170] 'The Witham and fen drains', Land & Water, n.d. 1878 [171] 'W.E.', 'Birds and fruit', 'S.P.T.', 'Frogs', The Times, 24 JAN 1878. [172] 'Wild Powls Preservation Act in Middlesex', Land & Water, 26 JAN 1878. [173] F.O. MORRIS, 'Sport and slaughter', The Times, 7 FEB 1878. [174] 'Local variations in the Wild Fowl Preservation Act', Land & Water, 9 FEB 1878. [175] 'The Wild Fowl Preservation Act', The Times, 26 FEB 1878. [176] Prices of birds in London markets, The Times, 2 MAR 1878. [177] 'Another alteration of the Wild Fowl Act' Land & Water, 2 MAR 1878. [178] 'A suburban resident', 'The Wild Birds Protection Act', The Times, 9 MAR 1878. [179] C. RUPELL, 'The Wildfowl Preservation Act', Land & Water, 9 MAR 1878. [180-181] D.G.F. MACDONALD, 'Birdcatchers'; 'The Wild Fowl Preservation Act', The Times, 20 MAR 1878. [182] C. RUSSELL, 'The Wild-Fowl Preservation Act', Pall Mall Gazette, 22 MAR 1878. [183-184] 'The Scotch herring fisheries', 'Egyptian quails', The Times, 17-18 APR 1878. [185] AN, 'Herrings and gannets', The Times, 23 APR 1878. [186] VAUGHAN P. DAVIES, 'Seabirds and rabbits', The Times, 25 APR 1878. [187-188] E.K. BRIDGER, 'The food of sea-birds'; HARRY JONES, 'Rooks', The Times, 27 APR 1878. [189] J. HOARE, 'Decoys past and present', The Field, 27 APR 1878. [190] 'Sale of foreign game', Land & Water, 27 APR 1878. [191] 'The Scotch herring fisheries', The Times, 29 APR 1878. [192] CHARLES CUMMING, 'Slaughter of small birds', The Times, 30 APR 1878. [193-194] E.S.C., JAMES HOWARD, 'Rooks and wheat poisoning', The Times, 1-2 MAY 1878. [195] 'The close season for wildfowl and sea birds', The Field, 6 JUL 1878. [196] 'Close time for indigenous animals, Dublin Express, 16 AUG 1878. [197] 'Game protection in America', Land & Water, 21 SEP 1878. [198] Report of BAAS session, Dublin, 1878. 1879 [199] Land values in New Zealand, The Times, 31 JAN 1879. [200-201] Article on rabbits in New Zealand, W.J.M. LARNACH, New Zealand Agricultural Company and 'rabbit nuisance', The Times, 6-7 FEB 1879. [202] CHARLES FIELDING HARMER, 'The close time for wildfowl', unnamed paper, 8 APR 1879. [203] F.0. MORRIS, 'Sea birds', The Times, 12 APR 1879. 1880 [204-205] 'A schedule of close timesfor various game birds and wildfowl in the United Kingdom', 'Our table of close times', Land & Water, 28 FEB 1880. [206-208] 'Sir D. Wedderburn, M.P., and wild bird protection'; 'Prosecutions under the Wildfowl Act'; FRANK BUCKLAND, 'Foreign game birds and the public', Land & Water, 6,13,27 MAR 1880. [209] 'Taking plover's eggs', Bury & Norwich Post, 11 MAY 1880. [210] EDWIN BIRCHALL, 'The rights of animals', Manx Sun, 22 MAY 1880. [211] 'Protection of wild birds', Land & Water, 19 JUN 1880. [212] 'An ornithologist', 'The Wild Birds Protection Bill', The Spectator, 19 JUN 1880. [213] 'Protection of wild birds', Land & Water, 26 JUN 1880. [214] 'The protection of wild birds', St. James's Gazette, 1 JUL 1880. [215] Extinct toothed-birds of North America, The Nation (New York), 5 AUG 1880. [216] 'The Wild Birds Protection Act', The Field, 18 SEP 1880. [217] E. CLOUGH TAYLOR, 'The Wild Birds Protection Act', The Times, 28 SEP 1880. [218-224] 'Sentimental legislation'; HELY H. ALMOND, 'Highlanders and consump- tion'; H.B. TRISTRAM, 'The Sea Birds Protection Act'; HELY ALMOND, 'Sea birds preservation'; SAMUEL L. MASON, 'Sea birds and their ravages'; 'The Sea Birds protection Act'; 'Ignis Fatuus', J.S., 'A dweller on Tweedside', 'Tweed pollution', The Scotsman, 24 SEP, 16,20,21,22,30 OCT, 1 NOV 1880. [225] 'Reserve', 'Ravages of sea birds', The Scotsman, 28 OCT 1880. [226] 'Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists' Society', 29 OCT 1880. [227] 'One interested', 'Scarcity of salmon – disease and cure', Edinburgh Courant, 16 DEC 1880. [228] AN, 'Professor Newton on salmon and sea birds', Edinburgh Courant, 22 DEC 1880. [229] 'Foreign game and poultry', The Observer, 26 DEC 1880. [230] 'One interested', 'Professor Newton on salmon and sea birds', Edinburgh Courant, 31 DEC 1880. [231] 'The close season for wildfowl', unnamed paper, 1880. 1881 [232-233] 'Another interested', 'An amused and interested observer [JA.H.B]', 'Salmon and sea birds'; AN, 'Bird protection', Edinburgh Courant, 3,5 JAN 1881. [234] Variation of close time, Norfolk Chronicle, 15 JAN 1881. [235] Fen country, Standard, 25 JAN 1881. [236] 'Wildfowler', 'The Wild Birds Protection Act, 1880', The Field, 12 FEB 1881. [237] Prosecution for selling wildfowl, The Times, 31 MAR 1881. [238] Rabbit plague in Australia, The Times, 3 APR 1881. [348] 'Wild Birds Protection Act', Land & Water, 9 APR 1881. [239] AN, ' The Wild Birds Protection Act, 1880', Land & Water, 23 APR 1881. [240] 'The Wild Fowl Act of 1880', The Times, 10 MAY 1881. [241] F.O. MORRIS, 'The pomarine skua', Land & Water, 14 MAY 1881. [242] E.T. BOOTH, THOMAS W. WEBBER, 'Wildfowl protection', 14 MAY 1881. [243] 'Sale of woodpigeons, rooks, &c.', The Field, 14 MAY 1881. [244] H. GORDON CUMMING, 'Destruction of salmon parr and smolts by gannets, gulls, etc.', Land & Water, 21 MAY 1881. [245] Prosecutions for selling rooks, The Field, 21 MAY 1881. [246] 'East Anglia', C. RUSSELL, T.M. PIKE, 'Wildfowl protection', The Field, 28 MAY 1881. [247] 'Round the cliffs', Pall Mall Gazette, 3 JUN 1881. [248] 'Scotus', 'Destruction of smolts by gannets, gulls, etc.', Land & Water, 4 JUN 1881. [249] Summons under Wild Birds Protection Act, unnamed paper, JUN 1881. [250] 'Grey beard', 'Wild birds', Standard, 7 JUN 1881. [251] 'The Wild Birds Protection (1880) Amendment Bill', The Field, 2 JUL 1881. [252] 'The sale of foreign wildfowl', Land & Water, 9 JUL 1881. [253] H. M. DRUMMOND-HAY, 'Our salmon supply', Dundee Advertiser, 11 JUL 1881. [252] Prosecution for taking lark's nest, Daily Telegraph, 22 JUL 1881. [253] 'R', 'Mr. Paget and the lark's nest stealer', Land & Water, 30 JUL 1881. [254] Amendment to Wild Birds Protection Amendment Act, The Times, 19 AUG 1881. [255] 'Wildfowl protection', The Field, 20 AUG 1881. [256] 'Destruction of the sea birds at Flamborough', Land & Water, 20 AUG 1881. [257] W.S. EVERITT, 'Wildfowl in Norfolk and Suffolk', The Field, 27 AUG 1881. [258] 'Wild Birds Protection Act, 1881', The Field, 3 SEP 1881. [259] F. FRANCIS, 'The plague of small birds', The Field, 17 SEP 1881. 1883 [260] P.M.C. KERMODE (Hon. Sec.), 'The Isle of Man Natural History and Antiquarian Society', Manx Sun, 12 MAY 1883. [261] 'Republican game laws', 'Open seasons for American game', Land & Water, 8 SEP 1883. 1884 [262] THOMAS CORNISH, 'Destruction of sea fish by birds', Land & Water, 29 MAR 1884. [263] H.D. ASTLEY, 'Shot–of course', Standard, 22 APR 1884. [264] 'The fisheries and the Wild Birds Protection Act', The Field, 5 JUL 1884. [265-266] 'Wild animals and their legal rights. II-III', Land & Water, 15 NOV, 13 DEC 1884. [267-269] CECIL SMITH, 'Wild animals and their legal rights'; ''The writer of the article', 'The Wild Birds' Act and its critics'; 'A constant reader', 'Wild animals and their legal rights', Land & Water, 22,29 NOV, 27 DEC 1884. 1885 [270] 'Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists' Society', Norfolk Chronicle, 4 APR 1885. [271] W.H. ROWLAND, 'Fair play', 'Rook hawking', The Times, 18 APR 1885. [272] 'The close time in Norfolk', Lowestoft Journal, 18 JUN 1885. 1886 [273] [J.E. HARTING], 'Sale of game out of season', The Field', 10 APR 1886. [274] 'The Wild Fowl Act of 1880', The Times, 6 MAY 1886. [275] Lecture by Canon Tristram, Dundee Advertiser, 4 DEC 1886. 1888 [276] Description of a dress trimmed with robin feathers, The Queen, 23 FEB [1888?]. [277] 'Venator', 'Close time for hares', 'Adminsitration of the Game Laws in Scotland', The Field, 24 MAR 1888. [278] 'Shooting dotterel during the close season', The Field, 26 MAY 1888. [279-280] 'The Wild Birds Act'; 'Wild duck', 'The Wild Birds Act', Shooting Times, 2 JUN 1888. [281-283] JOHN COLAM (Secretary, RSPCA), JOSEPH ROWLANDS, 'The protection of wild birds', The Times, 25,30 JUN, 5 JUL 1888 [284] 'Wild Birds Act', The Times, 23 SEP 1888. [285] 'Local gossip', from a Tyneside paper, n.d. 1890 [286] T. SOUTHWELL, 'The barn owl and pole-traps', unnamed paper, DEC 1890. 1891 [287] 'Wild bird shooting', Norfolk paper, MAR 1891. 1893 [288] Wild Birds Protection Bill, The Scotsman, 1 MAY 1893. [289] 'Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists' Society', Eastern Daily Press, 1 JUN 1893. 1894 [290-291] W.H. HUDSON, AN, 'The last of the ospreys', The Times, 19 NOV 1894. 1895 [292] MALCOLM ROSS, 'The Leader Expedition in Fiordland. No. VI', Otago Daily Times, 29 AUG 1895. 1897 [293-295] EDWARD CLIFFORD, RICHARD EDGCUMBE, ARTHUR GAYE, 'The slaughter of the innocents', The Times, 20,26 OCT, 9 NOV 1897. [296-297] Prosecutions, The Times, 29 OCT, 1 NOV 1897. [298] 'Martyrs to fashion. Osprey feathers at £6 the ounce', Daily Mail, 15 DEC 1897. 1898 [299-300] M.R.A.C., 'An admirer of living things', FRANCIS KING, 'The trade in birds' feathers', The Times, 4,18 JAN 1898. [301] AN, 'Wild forest bulls', Notes & Queries, 10 SEP 1898. 1899 [302] AN, 'The plume trade', The Times, 25 FEB 1899. [303] Review of A.H. Evans, Birds (London, 1899), Literature, 18 MAR 1899. [304] 'Ladies and birds' plumes. A cruel fashion', Cheshire Observer, 15 APR 1899. [305] 'Death to the sparrow', Derby Mercury, 22 APR 1899. [306] 'Death to the sparrow', Liverpool Mercury, 24 APR 1899. [307] A.J. LAWFORD-JONES, 'Shall 250,000 sparrows die?', Daily Mail, 26 APR 1899. [308] 'The house sparrow', The Queen, 10 JUN 1899. [309] 'The great plume question', The Field, 2 JUL 1899. [310] YE KEN WHA, 'The over-preservation of certain birds', Shetland Times, 12 AUG 1899. [311-317] LINDA GARDINER, K. THOMSON, AN, WATKIN WATKINS, H.B. TRISTRAM, 'The harvest of the plumes', The Times, 22,25,28,29 AUG, 8,9,13 SEP 1899. [318] Comment on foregoing letters, The Times, 26 AUG 1899. [319] Comment on controversy, Liverpool Mercury, 29 AUG 1899. [320] 'The great plume question', The Field, 2 SEP 1899. [321] 'An act of exceptional avian barbarity', Yorkshire Post, 9 SEP 1899. [322] Linda Gardiner, 'Egret plumes', Land & Water, 9 SEP 1899. [323] Comment on 'harvest of the plumes' controversy, Western Morning News, 9 SEP 1899. [324] H.J. MONRO, 'Feathers inladies' hats', The St. James's Gazette, 11 SEP 1899. [325] SOPHY COLLIER, 'The needs of animals', LINDA GARDINER, 'The harvest of the plumes', Western Morning News, 15 SEP 1899. [326] F.H.H. GUILLEMARD, 'A census of birds', W.B. TEGETMEIER, 'Birds and fruit growing', The Field, 14 OCT 1899. [327] Notice of reprint of AN's Dictionary of birds, Yorkshire Weekly Post, 21 OCT 1899. [328] MARK L. SYKES, 'A British Association idyll: the neomylodon', Manchester City News, 21 OCT [1899]. [329] Notice of AN reprint, Literature, 11 NOV 1899. [330] Obituary, Joseph Wolf, The Times, 22 APR 1899. 1900 [331] Killing of bitterns, Standard, 2 JAN 1900. [332] Note of AN's article on Gilbert White in DNB, Publishers' Circular, 6 JAN 1900. [333] 'Our winter visitors. From Leisure Hour', Coventry Herald, 2 FEB 1900. [334] W.B. TEGETMEIER, 'The possibility of twin eggs', The Field, 17 FEB 1900. [335] Announcement of death of Elloitt Coues, Popular Science, MAR 1900. [336] Award of Linnaean Gold Medal to AN, Manchester Guardian, 13 APR 1900. [337] 'The European quail', Country Sports, 14 OCT [1900?]. [338] Announcement of AN entertainment at Barnsbury Club, Sporting Mirror, 14 OCT [1900?]. 1903 [339] JOHN EVANS, obituary, The Times, 3 JUN 1903. 1906 [340] 'Echoes of science', The Globe, 22 JUN 1906. n.d. [341] 'The distribution of bird life', unnamed paper, n.d. [342] G.H.W., Poem 'To ''Anas Canadensis''', unnamed paper, n.d. [343-347] Other papers [343] J.M. ANDERSON to H.B. TRISTRAM, 27 OCT 1880. [344] Envelope inscribed by AN, 'Tristram, 'Scotsman'', 1880. [345] Anon., note on paper addressed 'Loretto, Musselburgh', n.d. [346] Offprint, 'The Wildfowl Preservation Act', The Field, FEB 1878. [347] Newscutting, 'Interesting discovery at Trowse', unnamed paper, NOV 1868. [348] follows [238] [349] AN, draft about close-time. [350-359] follow [42] [360] Newscutting, 'Wild Birds Protection Act Amendment Bill', The Times, 19 JUL 1881. [361-362] Newscuttings, The Field, 23 JUL, 6 AUG 1881 [363] 'The Wild Birds' Protection Act, 1880', The Animal World, 1 JUL 1881.

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  • 1858-1906

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1 collection (363 letters and papers paper) : paper

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English

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