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Archive of Anthoinette Bourignon

Works, correspondence, and miscellaneous papers of Anthoinette Bourignon, written in the second half of the 17th century in Holland, partly by A. Bourignon.
Extents: 0.22 linear metres (2 boxes)
Dates: second half of the 17th century
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Archive of Erik Jensen

Correspondence and documents of Erik Jensen (b. 1933), former UN Under-Secretary-General, during his time with MINURSO (United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara).
Extents: 6.75 linear metres (45 boxes)
Dates: Majority of material found within Bulk, 1991-1998; 1991-2012
Collection

Archive of the Anti-Apartheid Movement

Archive of the Anti-Apartheid Movement, 1956-1998.
Extents: 146.85 linear metres (2515 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1956-1998
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Archive of the Anti-Slavery Society

Papers of The Anti-Slavery Society, 1757-1982.
Extents: 118.47 linear metres (2236 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1757-1982
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Books and papers of James Blish (1921-75)

Books and papers of James Blish (1921-75), science fiction writer.
Extents: 44.1 linear metres (441 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: c. 1936-77
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Clarendon State Papers

Clarendon State Papers
Extents: 16.39 linear metres (149 boxes)
Dates: 16th-19th century
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Conservative Party Archive: Conservatives in the European Parliament

Records of the Conservatives in the European Parliament, and the European Parliamentary groups to which the Conservative Party Delegation was affiliated, 1971-2015.
Extents: 43.5 linear metres (290 boxes)
Dates: 1971-2009
Collection

Correspondence and papers of Edward Arthur Milne

Correspondence and papers of Edward Arthur Milne, FRS, (1896-1950), mathematician, astrophysicist and cosmologist.
Extents: 1.65 linear metres (11 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1916-1976
Collection

Correspondence and papers of Nikolaas Tinbergen

Correspondence and papers of Nikolaas Tinbergen FRS, (1907-1988), ethologist and scientist
Extents: 4.73 linear metres (556 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1920-1990
Collection

Douce Manuscripts

Douce Manuscripts.
Extents: 54.12 linear metres (492 boxes)
Dates: 8th-19th century
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A letter from archbp. Laud to sir William Boswell and a contemporary Dutch translation of a letter from archbp. Abbot

A letter from archbp. Laud to sir William Boswell and a contemporary Dutch translation of a letter from archbp. Abbot, written in the first half of the 17th century.
Shelfmark: MS. Add. C. 69
Extents: 12 Leaves
Dates: written in the first half of the 17th century
Collection

Manuscripts of Jacques Philippe D'Orville

Manuscripts of Jacques Philippe D'Orville (1696-1751), classical scholar.
Extents: 67.98 linear metres (618 boxes)
Dates: 9th-18th cent.
Collection

Marshall Manuscripts

Marshall Manuscripts
Extents: 17.27 linear metres (157 boxes)
Dates: 9th-17th century
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Notebooks of Dutch Texts Compiled by A.L. de Bruyne

Notebooks of Dutch Texts Compiled by A.L. de Bruyne, c. 1200-1500.
Extents: 0.15 linear metres (3 boxes)
Dates: 20th cent.
Collection

Personal papers of Edith Bülbring, pharmacologist

Correspondence and papers of Edith Bülbring (1903-1990), pharmacologist and physiologist.
Extents: 0.15 linear metres (2 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1903-1994
Collection

Radcliffe Trust Archive

Archive of the Radcliffe Trust, encompassing papers relating to the Trust, its administration and estate; the Radcliffe Library, the Radcliffe Observatory, and the Radcliffe Infirmary; grants and fellowships awarded by the Trust; and manuscripts collected by the Trust and subsequently passed to the Bodleian LIbrary.
Extents: 97.10 linear metres (802 shelfmarks)
Dates: 12th century - 2012
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Rawlinson Manuscripts

Richard Rawlinson's collection of manuscripts, 8th-18th century.
Extents: 3571 boxes (392.81 linear metres)
Dates: 8th-18th century
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Tanner Manuscripts

Thomas Tanner's collection of manuscripts, 10th-18th century.
Extents: 56.87 linear metres (517 boxes)
Dates: 10th-18th century
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Van der Kolk collection of pathological specimens

A collection of pathological specimens, 19th cent., of Jacobus van der Kolk, Dutch pathologist.
Extents: 0.15 linear metres (3 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 19th cent.

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Abolitionists | Great Britain 1
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Developing Countries 1
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Manuscripts, Anglo-Norman 1
Manuscripts, Coptic 1
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Indexed names
Sancroft | William | 1617-1693 | Archbishop of Canterbury 2
University of Cambridge 2
Abbot | George | 1562-1633 | Archbishop of Canterbury 1
Aborigines Protection Society (Great Britain) Aborigines Protection Society (Great Britain). 1
Allin | Sir | Thomas | 1612-1685 | Knight | Admiral 1
Anti-Apartheid Movement 1
Anti-Slavery International 1
Anti-Slavery International for the Protection of Human Rights. 1
Anti-Slavery Society for the Protection of Human Rights 1
Anti-slavery Society (Great Britain) 1
Anti-slavery and Aborigines Protection Society (Great Britain). 1
Aquinas | Thomas | ? 1225-1274 | Saint 1
Beaumont | fl 1688-1730 | Nonconformist 1
Blish | James Benjamin | 1921-1975 | writer 1
Boswell | Sir | William | d. 1650 | diplomat and patron of learning 1
Bourignon | Antoinette | 1616-1680 | French mystic 1
Bracton | Henry de | c 1210-1268 | Judge, Chancellor of Exeter Cathedral 1
British and Foreign Anti-slavery Society. 1
Bulbring | Edith | 1903-1990 | pharmacologist 1
Bülbring | Maud | b 1902 | sister of Edith Bülbring 1
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Chaucer | Geoffrey | c 1340-1400 | Poet 1
Church of England | Diocese of Canterbury 1
Church of England | Diocese of London | Consistory Court 1
Church of England | Diocese of Norwich 1
Civilian Police International | CIVPOL 1
Conservative Party 1
Conservative Party | Conservative Campaign Headquarters 1
Conservative Party | Conservative Central Office 1
Conservative Party | Conservatives in the European Parliament 1
Conservative Party | parliamentary party 1
D'Orville | Jacques Philippe | 1696-1751 | Classical Scholar 1
Douce | Francis | 1757-1834 | Antiquary 1
Downing | Sir | George | 1623-1684 | 1st Baronet Soldier and Politician 1
England and Wales | Exchequer 1
England and Wales | Royal Navy 1
Eton College 1
European Parliament | European Conservative Group 1
European Parliament | European Conservatives and Reformists Group | United Kingdom Delegation 1
European Parliament | European Democratic Group 1
European Parliament | Group of the European People's Party and European Democrats | British Section 1
European Parliament | Group of the European People's Party | British Section 1
Fitzwilliams | John | fl 1600-1699 | Nonjuror 1
Fleming | Robert | ? 1660-1716 | Presbyterian Minister 1
French Protestant Church 1
Frente Polisario 1
Gentili | Alberico | 1552-1608 | Italian jurist 1
Gentilis | Scipio | 1563-1616 | Professor of Law at Altdorf 1
Grenville | Denis | 1637-1703 | Jacobite Archbishop of York | also known as Denis Granville 1
Gronovius | Jacobus | 1645-1716 | classical scholar 1
Gunning | Peter | 1614-1684 | Bishop of Ely 1
Hawes | Samuel | fl 1694-1700 | Nonjuror 1
Hearne | Thomas | 1678-1735 | Antiquary and Nonjuror 1
Holman | William | d 1730 | Essex Antiquary Congregational Minister 1
Huddleston | Ernest Urban Trevor | 1913-1998 | Archbishop of the Indian Ocean and member of the Community of the Resurrection 1
Hyde | Edward | 1609-1674 | 1st Earl of Clarendon | Lord Chancellor 1
Hyde | Edward | 1661-1723 | 3rd Earl of Clarendon 1
Hyde | Henry | 1638-1709 | 2nd Earl of Clarendon 1
Hyde | Henry | 1672-1753 | 2nd Earl of Rochester 4th Earl of Clarendon 1
Hyde | Henry | 1710-1753 | Viscount Cornbury 1
Jensen | Erik | b. 1933 | former UN Under-Secretary-General 1
Kolk | Jacobus Ludovicus Conradus Schroeder | van der | 1797-1862 | Dutch pathologist 1
L'Estrange | Hamon | 1605-1660 | theologian and historian 1
Laud | William | 1573-1645 | Archbishop of Canterbury 1
Lenthall | Sir | William | 1591-1662 | Knight | Speaker of the House of Commons, Master of the Rolls 1
Lewis | John | c 1700-1799 | Minister of Margate 1
Livius | Titus | ? 59 BC-AD 17 | Roman historian 1
Locke | John | 1632-1704 | Philosopher 1
Mandela | Nelson Rolihlahla | 1918-2013 | statesman and philanthropist 1
Mandeville | Sir | John | d 1372 | travel writer 1
Marshall | Thomas | 1621-1685 | Dean of Gloucester 1
Milne | (Edward) Arthur | 1896–1950 | astrophysicist and cosmologist 1
Nedam | James | fl 1532-1543 | Royal Surveyor of Works 1
Neve | John Le | 1679-1741 | Antiquary 1
Ovidius Naso | Publius | 43 BC-AD 17 | Roman poet 1
Pepys | Samuel | 1633-1703 | MP, Diarist, Public Servant, Antiquary 1
Price | Daniel | fl 1685-1706 | Dean of St Asaph 1
Radcliffe Infirmary | Oxford 1
Radcliffe Library | Oxford 1
Radcliffe Observatory | Oxford 1
Radcliffe Trust | charitable endowment | Oxford 1
Radcliffe | John | 1650-1714 | Physician 1
Rawlinson | Richard | 1690-1755 | Antiquary and Nonjuror 1
Roach | Richard | 1662-1730 | Anglican clergyman 1
Robinson | John | 1650-1723 | Bishop of London 1
Sallustius Crispus | Gaius | ? 86-? 34 BC | Roman historian 1
Samber | Robert | fl 1710-1729 | Poet 1
Smith | Thomas | 1638-1710 | Nonjuror Historian and Librarian 1
St Paul's Cathedral 1
Stanton | William | fl 1697-1704 1
Swadlin | Thomas | 1600-1670 | Royalist divine 1
Tanner | Thomas | 1674-1735 | Bishop of St Asaph and antiquary 1
Terentius Afer | Publius | ? 195 BC-? 159 BC | Roman comic dramatist 1
Theocritus | c 300 BC-260 BC | Greek poet 1
Thurloe | John | 1616-1668 | Secretary to the Council of State 1
Tinbergen | Nikolaas | 1907-1988 | ornithologist, ethologist, zoologist 1
Tullius Cicero | Marcus | 106-43 BC | Roman orator and statesman 1
Turner | Francis | ? 1638-1700 | Bishop of Ely 1
Turner | Thomas | 1645-1714 | President of Corpus Christi College Oxford 1
United Nations 1
United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara (MINURSO). 1
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Language
French 15
Italian 11
German 10
Latin 8
Portuguese 7
Spanish; Castilian 7
Danish 6
Greek, Modern (1453-) 5
Arabic 4
Hebrew 3
Russian 3
Swedish 3
English, Old (ca.450-1100) 2
Catalan; Valencian 2
Greek, Ancient (to 1453) 2
Japanese 2
Norwegian 2
Welsh 2
Afrikaans 1
Bengali 1