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Radcliffe Trust manuscripts and collections acquired by the Radcliffe Library, late 13th century-c. 1919


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The Radcliffe Trust Manuscripts consists of a collection of miscellaneous manuscripts, 13th-20th century, acquired by the Radcliffe Library, Oxford, including:

  1. Twelve volumes of letters to Richard Richardson, botanist and antiquary, and his son Richard, 1690-1777
  2. Sixteen volumes of drafts and notes for lectures by Thomas Hornsby, ca. 1774-1800
  3. Ten volumes of drawings and descriptions of shells by Joan Raye de Breukelerwaard, entitiled 'Choix de coquilles rares et autres dessinées d'après nature avec soin sur les originaux qui se trouvent dans mon cabinet', 18th century
  4. 12 volumes of water-colours of birds, 18th century
  5. Eight volumes of Japanese water-colours, late 18th century
  6. Sixty dissertations submitted for the degree of Doctor of Medicine at Oxford, 1859-95


  • Creation: late 13th century-c. 1919

Language of Materials

  • English
  • Dutch; Flemish
  • French
  • English, Middle (1100-1500)
  • Latin
  • Italian

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

Weston Library
Broad Street
Oxford OX1 3BG United Kingdom