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General correspondence, Jan-Dec 1896

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MS. Murray 12/1

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  1. Folder 1. Correspondence, Jan-Apr 1896, includes: 3 letters from William Gladstone, Hawarden Castle. Some other names included in folder: Philip Lyttelton Gell and Charles E. Doble of the Clarendon Press; Henry Bradley; Henry H. Gibbs; F.J. Furnivall; R. Martineau; T. Fowler; E. Cantuar [Edward White Benson], Lambeth Palace; J.E.A. Brown; John C. Hawkins; J.G. Goodchild; William Turner Thiselton-Dyer, Kew Gardens; Anna L. Dixon; Ingram Bywater; Andrew Martin Fairbairn; Charles Welch, Honorary Secretary, Bonaparte Library Committee; James Bacon Rye; Walter Gray; Sydney Howard Vines. Folder also includes: New English Dictionary, correspondence and minutes printed by order of the Board for the Delegates of the Press.
  2. Folder 2. Correspondence, May-Dec 1896, some names included in folder: Philip Lyttelton Gell and Charles E. Doble of the Clarendon Press; Robinson Ellis; F.J. Furnivall; Sir Robert Giffen, Board of Trade; A.S. Napier; Moncure Daniel Conway; Henry Bradley; James H. Rutherfund; Frederic William Maitland; John Richard Magrath, Queen’s College, Oxford; John Alexander Herbert, British Museum; Frederick Thomas Elworthy; Charles W. Greene; Francis Jenkinson, Librarian, Cambridge University Library; George Reid; Edward S. Browne, Pembroke College, Cambridge; J. Smallpeice; A. Hughes-Hughes; John T. Platts; W. Löwenberg; John Dormer; Edward Arber; Edward Scott, British Museum; James B. Dailey; E.W.B. Nicholson, Bodleian Library; R. Martineau. Also includes: ‘Proposed Scheme for the Scale and Distribution of future Letters and Volumes of the Oxford English Dictionary’, 12 Jun 1896.
  3. Folder 3. Sample of grasses from Royal Gardens Kew [Sir W.T. Thiselton-Dyer, Director], 3 Jul 1896.

Dates

  • Jan-Dec 1896

Extent

1 box (3 folders)

Shelfmark

MS. Murray 12/1

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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