Copies of Latin verses composed by G. C. Lewis
Copies, mid-19th cent., of Latin verses composed by G. C. Lewis, mainly at Eton, 1819-1823, with a few holograph verses, including (fols. 92-7) 'Montes Pyrenaei', his entry for the Chancellor's prize for Latin verse at Oxford University, 1826.
(fols. 103-40) are blank.
- Creation: Mid 19th century
Language of Materials
Oxford, Bodleian Libraries [followed by shelfmark and folio or page reference, e.g. MS. Lat. misc. d. 79, fols. 1-2].
MS. Lat. misc. d. 79
Collection ID (for staff)
CMD ID 8116
Copies, mid-19th century, of Latin verses composed by G. C. Lewis, mainly at Eton.
Biographical / Historical
Sir George Cornewall Lewis, second baronet (1806–1863) was a British politician and author.
Other Finding Aids
M. Clapinson and T.D. Rogers, Summary Catalogue of Post-Medieval Western Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library Oxford. Acquisitions 1916-1975. (Oxford, 1991), vol. II, no. 47976.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Given by Francis J. R. Rodd, 2nd Baron Rennell of Rodd, 1953.
- Copies of Latin verses composed by G. C. Lewis
- EAD version 2019 by Pauline Soum-Paris
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