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The papers include correspondence, some early sporting photographs from the 1880s and ephemera of public school and university life from the late nineteenth century.
In the hand of W.M. Campion, 15 November 1856 - 3 October 1862, 110 folios. The entries from 18 November 1857 to 7 December 1860 are in shorthand. Another hand appears on fos 22v, 23 and 57. Attached to fo. 95 is a letter from J. Fuller to W.M. Campion, 2 December 1861.
Miscellaneous collection of documents chiefly relating to the Cathedral and Diocese of Ely, and to the University of Cambridge
Compiled by Samuel Knight DD. Includes statutes, copies of surveys, rentals, plans, notes on Robert Grossteste, charters, list of churches, biographical notes and lists of members of the church, notes on tenants and rents, testimonials to college figures, wills relating to College benefactions, orations, speeches to University of Cambridge Senate, lists of College fellows, copies of decrees relating to University of Cambridge.
Includes documents on elections, appointments and statutes.
'Collections of Manuscripts at Cambridge, their History, Sources and Contents', the Sandars Lectures for 1903, 48 folios. A list of slides shown follows the text (fo. 45). The versos are blank throughout.
A collection of rolls, pedigrees and books of arms formed by the Lambarde family, notably Francis Fane Lambarde (1868-1948), Brigadier General and antiquary.
Manuscript memoranda concerning Cambridge University affairs.
Petition by Members of the Senate to the Vice-Chancellor requesting that he will prepare a petition to the House of Commons against the Uniformity Act Amendment Bill. The signatures are arranged in one to two columns. Endorsed on the back in the hand of E. Atkinson (then Vice-Chancellor): 'Petition agst. Mr. Bouverie's Bill.'
Petition by Members of the Senate to the Vice-Chancellor requesting him to submit a Grace to the Senate for affixing the Seal of the University to a Petition to the House of Lords against the Irish Church Bill. The signatures are arranged in two columns.
Petition of Bachelors of Arts and Undergraduates to King William IV against the return of a Whig Ministry with special reference to the Irish Church question. The signatures are arranged in three columns.
Petition of Members of the Senate to the Vice-Chancellor requesting him to prepare a University Petition to Parliament against the Endowed Schools Bill.
106 folios. The volume is probably the verse commonplace book of a Cambridge student. The authorship of the poems is not stated. Pages 2-6 and 118-206 are blank. There is a list of contents at pp. 207-209.
Includes correspondence, notes, scientific papers, newscuttings and photographs. Also includes papers of Redcliffe Salaman's wife Nina Salaman.
Notebooks and loose papers created and accumulated by the companies and committees engaged in the revision of the English Bible. The papers are mainly in English, with small amounts of French and Ancient Greek.
Papers concerning Willis's book; The architectural history of the University of Cambridge and of the colleges of Cambridge and Eton. The writer or compiler is Willis unless otherwise indicated.