Revd. J.W. Whittaker: Letters to him
Scope and Contents
The following letters were mostly written by two of Whittaker's Cambridge friends: Thomas Greenwood, a fellow-Johnian, who was called to the bar (1817) and became reader in history at the University of Durham (1833); and William Whewell, afterwards Master of Trinity. There are also four letters from Greenwood's brother Charles, a London businessman.
- 14 Apr. 1813-6 Apr. 1825
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Purchased by Cambridge University Library at Sotheby's on 10 October 1978 (lot 22).
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