Found in 601 Collections and/or Records:
Concerning the reduction of the observations taken at Parramatta Observatory under Sir Thomas Brisbane.
Concerning a fault in the sextant and requesting a replacement instrument; also concerning his desire to be placed in the land detachment.
Reporting on his work at the observatory at Sydney, and describing the main hindrances to his work (including the lack of 'men of business' in the country, the 'unfortunate want of abilities' of the surveyor of lands, and his problems with the Governor). The letter also includes a description of the local topography of Sydney and his opinion of the country - 'a more dreary, dismal, barren, inanimated [sic] country I believe does not exist anywhere in the whole world'.
Letters on subjects including: visiting India, Australia and New Zealand; the Japanese advance; the sinking of HMSS Prince of Wales and Repulse.
Fair copies of letters from Jardine, Matheson & Co. (C11/4-60) and its precursors (C11/1-3), Canton, Macao and Hong Kong, to places in Europe, including some to the United States, Australia and other locations. C11/4 also includes some letters from Europe. C11/1-3 and C11/6-60 includes indexes of recipients.
Fair copies of letters from Jardine, Matheson & Co. (J10/15-67) and its precursors (J10/1-14), Canton, Macao and Hong Kong, to correspondents in India, as well as some in the East Indies, Australia and other locations. Most of the letters are unsigned. Prior to 1832 the letters are from the companies that preceded Jardine, Matheson & Co., notably Charles, Magniac & Co. and Magniac & Co. C10/2-63 and C10/65-67 include indexes of recipients.
Letters from JEP to his parents on subjects including: his journey to Australia and work at the University of Sydney, as Professor of Greek; his edition of Herodotus; sales of First Poems.
Also includes annotated typescripts of JEP's article Religion at the Stake, and an article [? by JEP], The Aim of Education.
Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples": book 10 [eventually entitled "Recovery and Reform" and included in volume 4, "The Great Democracies"]: various pre-war proofs.,  - 
Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples": book 10, "Recovery and Reform" [eventually included in volume 4, "The Great Democracies"]: various post-war revises., Nov 1954 - Jan 1957
Galley proofs comprising contents page for Bk 10 (1 folio), American Civil War of 1862 (2 folios) and Australia (1 folio).
Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples": volume 4, "The Great Democracies": final proofs., Jan 1957
Includes galley proofs of the entire volume [with the exception of the index]: introductory pages and books 10-12, "Recovery and Reform", "The Great Republic", and "The Victorian Age" [chapter 7 of which, "The Dawn of the Twentieth Century" is renamed "The South African War" in the published volume].With very minor suggested amendments and notes from various people [secretaries, literary assistants, etc.] including: [Alan Hodge].
Literary: correspondence, mainly readers' comments on volume 4 ("The Hinge of Fate") of WSC's war memoirs ("The Second World War")., Oct 1950 - Aug 1961
Literary: correspondence, mainly readers' comments on volume 6 ("Triumph and Tragedy") of WSC's war memoirs ("The Second World War")., Oct 1953 - Dec 1955
Literary: correspondence with consultants and others on WSC's war memoirs ("The Second World War", mainly volumes 1 to 4), A-B., Sep 1945 - Jun 1950
Literary: miscellaneous correspondence, A-E, and correspondence on the Life magazine serialisation, of WSC's war memoirs ("The Second World War")., Mar 1948 - Jul 1953
Literary: "The Second World War", Volume 1 "The Gathering Storm": Appendices: Copy and provisional proofs., 20 May 1938 - 20 Feb 1948
Literary: "The Second World War", Volume 1 "The Gathering Storm": Book 2: 'Almost Final' proofs., 07 Jan 1948 - 23 Jan 1948
Includes typescript and galley proofs of Appendix C "Prime Minister's Personal Minutes and Telegrams, 1941." Annotated by various individuals with comments and corrections including: WSC, Denis Kelly, William Deakin, 1st Lord Camrose [earlier William Berry] and Sir Edward Marsh.