Found in 44 Collections and/or Records:
Probably made from 1st French edn (The Hague, 1684). Translation apparently unprinted. fos xiii, xiv, 395, 396: blank. fo. 397v: 'Bufin' (17th cent.) and scribbling in Italian.
The records document the full range of institutional operations, from delivery of the curriculum and examining at undergraduate and graduate level, to design and upkeep of the faculty buildings. Papers on Tripos reform are particularly extensive. They include the papers of the Cambridge Historical Society.
Early notebooks, notes for Cook's lectures, and material relating to Theocritus.
Vol. I, 502 folios: (p. iii) title; (p. vii) list of contents to both volumes; (p. 1) dedicatory epistle to Cosmo de' Medici, Duke of Florence; (p. 11) preface; (p. 15) text. The volume ends in Bk XI on p. 359 of the printed edition of 1721. The companion volume is missing.
Press cuttings of reviews of the book by JEP and Angus Maude.
Beg.: 'I intending (Deare sonne John) to spend ...' Ends: '... and weepe for the Miseries of others.' Unprinted. Dated 1667 at p. 176. On flyleaf: 'Isaac Hodgson' (in 19th cent. hand).
Subjects include: Thomas's history of the Cold War; the Cuban Missile Crisis (including typescript from [? 'Cuba, or the Pursuit of Freedom']); and articles by Thomas on Europe.
Including papers of Masters, Professors and Fellows of Downing College, and gifts from past members. Includes academic administrative records but not estates correspondence.
Oval Indian stamp at fo. 85v. Attached at end are 3pp. of notes on villages in the district.
A facsimile transcript (including coloured initials) of the Leabhar na Huidri made by Eugene O'Curry, 152 folios. The transcript was probably made for Dr J. H. Todd, whose bookplate is inside the front cover and who has made occasional marginal notes in pencil. Notes by the transcriber are on on slips attached to fos 127 and 139. Many leaves are left blank to indicate gaps in the archetype.
(pp. viii-196) Suffolk; (pp. 215-365) Cambridgeshire. Both counties ordered alphabetically. The vol. has been ruled for accounts. p. 295: 'I was here [Impington, Cambridgeshire] Ap. 9, 1726', with (p. 296) sketch of Impington Church. Stamps, inscriptions, and bookplates of Blomefield, Craven Ord, and Sir Thomas Phillipps.
Printers sheets, lecture notes and notes on constitutional history and law.
Also with a scrapbook compiled by Fredegond Shove
Written by Noel-Baker, edited by Frank Field and a later draft of 'Third Time Dead', c. 1976 - 1978. Annotations date from c. 2011. Includes Chapters 1 - 42, in the original order Frank Field was editing.
Appended by Abraham Ecchellensis to his edition of the 'Chronicon Orientale', Paris, 1651. The extracts are from chs 20 (fos 1-15), 4 (fos 16-19), 6-9 (fos 20-67), 11-19 (fos 68-162), 21-3 (fos 163-87), and are written on the recto throughout. There are a few notes on the verso, in the same hand: in Latin at fos 49v-50v, 59v, 62v, and in English at fos 53v and 67v, as well as at foot of fo. 1. Verso otherwise blank, as are fos 188-92. Index in same hand at fos i-vi.
Written in an early nineteenth century hand, and possibly a translation, 182 folios. Fos i, xi, 169, and the verso throughout are blank.
'Delle historie memorabili contiene le Guerre d'Italia de' nostri tempi', possibly in the author's own hand.
A collection of letters to Lord Acton, nearly all relating to the Cambridge Modern History. The principal correspondent is his co-editor W.A.J. Archbold; the remainder are for the most part potential or actual contributors to the History, replying to Acton's invitations to take part or writing about their contributions. Appended are a further letter of A.W. Ward, 1914, and one of Herbert Butterfield, 1964, relating to the collection, and a few miscellaneous papers. 291 items.