University of Cambridge
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
A common-place book of pieces of poetry and prose, college notes, etc.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. misc. e. 13
Extents: 31 Leaves
Dates: Written in about 1640-1650, chiefly by W. Lynnett
Diaries and notes of R.S. Herries, as a law student and a barrister, including many descriptions of travels, mainly in Great Britain, some in Europe, with the texts of two papers read to Eton (school) societies, on geology, 1880, and mathematical, mainly geometrical, problems.
Extents: 12 shelfmarks
'Manuscripts of the late Richard Gough, Esq.'
Shelfmark: MS. Gough Misc. antiqu. 18
Extents: 104 Leaves
Dates: Written in the 2nd half of the 18th century by R. Gough
Minutes of the Ambarum Club, a dining club for members of the Universities of Cambridge and Oxford, 1880-1917.
Extents: 2 shelfmarks
Papers of Charles Montague Neale, including: Continuation of Neale's unfinished Honours Register of the University of Cambridge (Bury, 1900-2) Various alphabetical and chronological lists relating to Cambridge University
Extents: 29 shelfmarks
Evidence before the Royal Commission, including memoranda concerning reforms at Oxford and Cambridge, memoranda on the needs of individual faculties, societies, etc. at Oxford and Cambridge, and a typescript index of documents.
Extents: 7 shelfmarks
Rawlinson's manuscripts, consisting of: Rawlinson A: English history Rawlinson B: English history Rawlinson C: History, theology Rawlinson D: Miscellaneous Rawlinson E: Sermons Rawlinson F: Poetry Rawlinson G: Classics Rawlinson H: Letters Rawlinson I: Mainly theology …
Extents: 5122 shelfmarks
Dates: 8th-18th century
Tanner's collections contain much on the 17th-century Church, including correspondence of successive Archbishops of Canterbury, Gilbert Sheldon, 1663-77, and William Sancroft, 1677-90; and many papers relating to the Civil War and Interregnum, mainly correspondence of William Lenthall, Speaker of the House of Commons 1640-60. Sancroft's 'Adversaria', comprise mainly theological writings by Archbishop Sancroft.
Extents: 635 shelfmarks
Dates: 10th-18th century