Found in 177 Collections and/or Records:
'The description of Scotland and the King's entertainment there', 8 folios. It begins: 'First for the country I must confesse...', and ends: '...a tower as Edenborough in Lowsir Scotland'. The papers include: (fo. 2) [Thomas Scott], 'Vox Populi', 1620; (fo. 8v) verses, 'Ther's proclamation sent, Great Brittaine round about'.
Begins 'The stronger is the forte which forreyne foes assayle ...'. With a prologue.
A volume of 35 folios: (fo. 1) prefatory matter; (fo. 3) The Book of Generation; (fo. 6) To the Guest; (fo. 9) Kalleidon; (fo. 11) There is no Death; (fo. 15) The Convict's Complaint; (fo. 17) Alone-alone; (fo. 18) Bonds; (fo. 23) Astoria; (fo. 24) Visions of Night; (fo. 29) To the Woman; (fo. 32v) note. Printed extracts are attached to fos 2v and 33.
Contains sonnets, love songs, dedications, etc., chiefly in French. Many of the sonnets are addressed to Flemish ladies by the owner, and other pieces to himself by different scholars of his acquaintance. The dates are generally about 1580.
Histroical notes on the parish of Fowlmere.
Notes on classical literature.
Letters from A.E. Housman, including some to Sir Geoffrey Keynes, 1928-1930, mainly concerning editions of Housman's poetry, with other letters and Housman-related material dating from 1906 to 1978. Items 1-11 (excluding 10A) are bound into a volume marked 'Letters from A.E.H.' on the spine and inscribed inside as belonging to Sir Geoffrey Keynes. Items 10A and 12-19 have been loosely inserted into the volume.
Alfred Edward Housman: Letters to Sir Sydney Castle Roberts (1887-1966) publisher, literary scholar, Master of Pembroke College, Cambridge 1948-1958
Letters, cards, e-mail print-outs, poems, prose articles, miscellaneous printed and photocopied texts, and photographs, recording the friendship between the poets Anne Stevenson and Angela Leighton.
Three postcards, five greetings cards and a letter from Stevenson to Harwood. With word-processed and typed copies of three poems ('Who's joking with the photographer?', 'The inn' and 'The miracle of Camp 60') and a broadcast talk ('Overhearing T. S. Eliot') by Stevenson. Four of the greetings cards contain printed poems by Stevenson ('Carol of the birds', 'The unaccommodated', 'It looks so simple from a distance...' and 'Christmas comfort and the green man').
Literary correspondence and papers concerning Barnett's work as a poet, critic, editor and publisher.
Manuscript as prepared for the printer, 78 folios.
This collection comprises essays, reviews, poetry, plays and correspondence written by Julian Bell, as well as secondary material; that is, correspondence, printed obituaries and news cuttings assembled since Julian Bell's death by Quentin Bell.
Letters from Barton, mainly to Elizabeth Cowell, daughter of the Revd John Charlesworth, and wife of the scholar Edward Byles Cowell. There is an accompanying newspaper obituary of Barton.
Typescripts of a novel and a play.
Written in four hands after 1624, 71 folios: (fos 1-66) various ballads, verses, poems and epitaphs, some of which have been printed; (fo. 66v) 'London 1868'. Attached to a flyleaf at the end are 19th century notes by F.W. Cosens on the contents. The bookplate of F.W. Cosens also appears inside the front cover.