Box MS Add.9563: Box 1
Contains 62 Results:
About the small work Lesguillier was printing for Damiral
A plain statement of plain facts or The adventures of the Cambridge party who visited Thurlow, on the 26th of June 1814 Poem by Isabella Crick. Isabella Crick was probably a member of the Crick family of Little Thurlow, Suffolk. Thomas Crick, who matriculated in 1818, won the Chancellor's Medal for poetry .
William Pitt (1759-1806), Prime Minister 1784-1801 and 1804-06, canvassed the Cambridge Senate in 1779 to be chosen as MP for the University at the next election. In the 1780 poll he came bottom of the list, but was elected for Appleby, Westmorland 17 JUL 1779 Written from Pembroke Hall (College) to an unnamed person
Knew Edward Johnston; designed a printing type for Eric Gill; heard her talk on Radio Brighton
4th May n.y. (w.m. 1875) Would like to have autographs or books of Wardlaw, Harvey Goodwin, Ellicott, Neale, Williams. 'How I wish I could see something in Brighton among Baptists a little more worthy of Nonconformity'
Presenting a book to the Library; found in the book (unspecified)
11 Mar 1796 to an unnamed correspondent Dr. Jowett persuaded the Syndicate to print first volume of lectures at their expense. Asks correspondent to proof-read sheets. Index to come when all volumes complete, predicts five in all.
1 card, 6 May 1974, describing his relationship with Edward Titus, American director of Franco-American quarterly magazine 'The Quarter'
[20-24] SIR ARTHUR BLISS Letters 20 SEP 1922 Â 25 NOV 1953 Referring to compositions, visiting J.B.Priestly to discuss writing an opera The Green Bough.  ALAN DUDLEY BUSH Letter 28 MAR 1943 in response to Newman's article in The Times which disagreed with a statement made by Bush on British composers.
Letter 27 April 1831 to a supporter about Cambridge University seat in General Election
[27-35] HANDLEY CARR GLYN MOULE Letters 1884-95 following Townshend's curacies; other Anglican Church matters.  HUBERT SEYMOUR ISAACS Letter 1888 to 'My dearest Brother' referring to a tournament and also church services.  GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS SCHUTT SCHNEIDER (1858-1941) Letter 15 JUN 1886 on amount due for rooms. Mention of forthcoming examination results.
10 letters, 1943-45, on publication of Welsh translations of Brother Wolf and The new hangman, fees, royalties, illustrations, amateur performances.
[48-56] Sir James Stephen to Marianne Thornton, 1834-38;  envelope addressed to Leonard Woolf; with  letter from ANNE OLIVIER BELL, suggesting that Leonard Woolf gave letters to her husband, Quentin Bell, a Stephen descendant. The letters are mostly transcribed in Add. 7674/1/O/ pp.65-79
Letter to ___ SYDNEY, 1841, on experimental science at Cambridge; with description and sketch of Volta's lamp.
[60-67] Letters, RGM to Miss Marriott, 1887-1905  C. MARY RIDDING to 'BESSIE' (cousin), n.d.  C.J.A. to 'SOPHIA', 1892  newscutting, n.d., on RGM and University Extension in America.
7 letters from WERNER BERGENGRUEN (1892-1964), German novelist , GISELA _____, PAT ______, WALTER [?]DILLER
1 letter 20 January 1767, asking for 'a nautical almanac stitched in blue
In Schloss Chapel, St. Martin, Upper Austria. The wedding took place 1 August 1865.
1 letter, 6 APR 1781, describing Martyn's continental tour of 1778-80, new books he had read, journeys in England
News of Sir William Barrett's death; question of a Society for Psychical Research 'volume of literary research'. A.W. Trewethy and Herbert F. Saltmarsh (1881-1943), writers on spiritualism.
From SIR JOHN PLUMB, GEORGE LEGGETT, MICHAEL GROSVENOR MYER, ANDREI ZALUSKI
Typescript paper: Resistance to Hitler: some individual cases, 1991, revised 2002
1 letter, 19 JUN 1939, sending a copy of his book: recommending other books for London Library