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Papers of Roger Whitley

Papers of Roger Whitley, 1655-1697.
Extents: 0.48 Linear metres (6 boxes)
Dates: 1655-1697
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Papers of Ruth Pitter

Papers of Ruth Pitter (1897-1992), poet
Extents: 3.99 Linear metres (29 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: c.1884-1998
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Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1st Baronet (1)

Letters to Hannah Buxton nee Gurney, 1804-1840 Family correspondence, 1812-1847 Miscellaneous correspondence and copies of letters from Joseph John Gurney, 1818-1847 New Year and birthday reflections and obituaries, 1813-1845 Scriptural notes, prayers and meditations, 1828-1838 Notebooks, 1812-[c1814] Notes and…
Extents: 46 Volumes
Dates: 1804-1847
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Papers of Stan Cornford

Papers of Stan Cornford (fl. 1991-2013), meteorologist
Extents: 1.8 Linear metres (13 boxes)
Dates: 1951-2007
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Papers of the Harcourt family

Correspondence and papers, mainly 18th-19th cent., of the Harcourt family of Stanton Harcourt and Nuneham Courtenay, Oxfordshire, 1600-1910.
Extents: 7.2 Linear metres (72 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1600-1910, n.d.
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Papers of Thomas Brooke Benjamin, FRS

The collection contains correspondence, mainly scientific, lecture notes, drafts of articles, and mathematical calculations, most concerning fluid dynamics. Also included are press cuttings about Benjamin, letters of congratulations on his appointment to the Sedleian chair, and material relating to the numerous societies, associations, etc. that he was involved with. The collection also contains material relating to his non-scientific interests, especially music and poetry
Extents: 14 boxes
Dates: 1947-1995
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Papers of Trevor Hearl

Material relating to the death of Napoleon Bonaparte on St. Helena, comprising five pencil sketches of Bonaparte and Longwood House by Capt. Guy Rotton, 1821, with an explanatory note by Hearl, and Translation du cerceuil de 'Empereur Napoléon à bord de la frégate La Belle-Poule... by Durand-Brager (Paris, Gide, 1844), with a photocopy of the text.
Extents: 2 boxes
Dates: 1821, 1844
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Paul Bergon: 'Menuet pour violon et piano'

'Menuet pour violon et piano' by Paul Bergon, [c 1900?].
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. c. 630
Extents: 14 pages
Dates: [c 1900?]
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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

Phillipps-Munby Papers

Papers of A.N.L. Munby concerning the writing of his Phillipps studies (5 vols., Cambridge, 1951-1960) and the history and location of the manuscripts of Sir Thomas Phillipps.
Extents: 5.75 Linear metres (79 boxes)
Dates: 19th-20th cent.
Single Item

Photostat copy of Glasgow University Library MS. Gen. 36, fols. 23-26

Facsimile of a list of books bought by William Hunter at the Gaignet sale, Paris, 1769.
Shelfmark: MS. Facs. c. 170
Extents: 12 Leaves
Dates: 1769
Single Item

Photostats of A Livre des Anglois and Matricula studiosorum

Photostats of A Livre des Anglois and Matricula studiosorum.
Shelfmark: MS. Facs. d. 49
Extents: 17 Leaves
Dates: original dated 1555-1559
Single Item

Photostats of Inventaire des papiers de Sylvain van de Weyer

Photostats of Inventaire des papiers de Sylvain van de Weyer.
Shelfmark: MS. Facs. d. 91
Extents: 1 box
Dates: 1828-1874
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Photostats of John de Rodyngton's Commentary on the Sentences

Photostats of John de Rodyngton's Commentary on the Sentences.
Shelfmark: MS. Facs. d. 159
Extents: 293 Leaves
Dates: original dated 14th century
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Pigott Manuscripts

Manuscripts of Harriet Pigott (1775-1846), traveller and writer.
Extents: 10.46 Linear metres (86 boxes)
Dates: 1685-first half of the 19th cent.
Single Item

Plan of Paris, France

Plan of Paris, France, 18th century.
Shelfmark: [Maps] MS. C21:50 Paris (50)
Extents: 1 box
Dates: 18th century
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Plan of the fort 'de la Prée', Île de Ré, France

Plan of the fort 'de la Prée', Île de Ré, France [by Philippe Buache, 1735].
Shelfmark: [Maps] MS. C21:43 (2)
Extents: 1 box
Dates: 1735
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Poem by Georges de la Motthe to Elizabeth I

'Hymne a tres-haute ... Princesse Elizabeth Royne d'Angleterre'
Shelfmark: MS. Fr. e. 1
Extents: 21 Leaves
Dates: 1586
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Poem, mid-18th century, headed 'Pièce de Voltaire'

Poem, mid-18th century, headed 'Pièce de Voltaire', beg. 'Combien d'objets divers, plus ou moins méprisables'.
Shelfmark: MS. French d. 34
Extents: 43 Leaves
Dates: mid 18th century
Single Item

Poems by Arthur Holmes (1918), with manuscript and typescript drafts

Poems by Arthur Holmes (1918), with manuscript and typescript drafts, 1915-1918, n.d.
Shelfmark: MS. 22598
Extents: 1 box
Dates: 1915-1918, n.d.

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19th century 143
18th century 142
20th century 137
17th century 99
Music 54
16th century 49
21st century 31
Literature 31
x - 15th century 28
France 26
Humanities 24
14th century 22
Religion 20
13th century 19
Correspondence 18
x - 12th century 17
Antiquarians 14
Music -- Manuscripts -- 19th century 14
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Theology 12
History 11
Music -- Manuscripts -- 20th century 11
Politics and Government 11
x - 11th century 11
Letters 10
Science 10
French literature 9
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 20th century 9
Songs with piano 9
Diaries -- 19th century 8
English literature 8
Genealogy 8
International relations 8
Philosophy 8
Sermons 8
University of Oxford 8
x - 10th century 8
Biography 7
France -- History 7
Geography 7
International development policy 7
Law 7
Music -- Manuscripts -- 18th century 7
Royal family 7
United Nations -- Officials and employees 7
x - 9th century 7
Africa 6
English poetry -- 20th century 6
Manuscripts 6
Paris (France) 6
Social sciences 6
United Nations Development Programme 6
Violin and piano music 6
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Europe -- History, Military 5
Great Britain -- History 5
Heraldry 5
International agencies 5
Ireland 5
Labour Party (Great Britain) -- History -- 20th Century 5
Literature -- Translations 5
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Mathematics 5
Novelists -- 20th century 5
Publishers and publishing 5
World War, 1914-1918 5
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Commonplace books 4
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Economics 4
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European Economic Community 4
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Indexed names
Buache | Philippe | 1700-1773 | geographer 9
United Nations 9
University of Oxford 8
Charles II | 1630-1685 | King of England, Scotland and Ireland 3
Feilding | Lady | Elisabeth Theresa | née Fox-Strangways | 1773–1846 | formerly Talbot 3
Fouchy | Jean Paul | Grandjean de | 1707-1788 | astromer, permanent secretary of the French Académie des Sciences 3
Labour Party 3
Louis XV | 1710-1774 | King of France 3
Phillipps | Sir Thomas | 1792-1872 | Baronet | Antiquary, and Collector of MSS and Books 3
Purcell | Henry | c 1659-1695 | composer 3
Sancroft | William | 1617-1693 | Archbishop of Canterbury 3
University of Cambridge 3
Wharton | Philip | 1613-1696 | 4th Baron Wharton 3
Anti-Apartheid Movement 2
Attorney General of Ireland | Ireland 2
Bodleian Library 2
Bradley | James | 1693-1762 | Chaplain to Bishop of Hereford, astronomer 2
Butler | James | 1610-1688 | 1st Duke of Ormonde | soldier and statesman 2
Carte | Thomas | 1686-1754 | historian 2
Church of England | Diocese of Canterbury 2
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Conservative Party 2
Conservative Party | Conservative Campaign Headquarters 2
Conservative Party | Conservative Central Office 2
Conservative Party | Conservatives in the European Parliament 2
Davies | Sir | John | 1569-1626 | Knight | Attorney General of Ireland and Poet 2
Douce | Francis | 1757-1834 | Antiquary 2
Edgcumbe | Lady | Caroline Augusta | Mount | 1808–1881 | née Feilding 2
European Parliament | European Conservative Group 2
European Parliament | European Democratic Group 2
Fitzwilliam | Sir | William | 1526-1599 | Knight | Lord Deputy of Ireland 2
Gaisford | Henrietta Horatia Maria | 1810–1851 | née Feilding 2
Gentili | Alberico | 1552-1608 | Italian jurist 2
Harcourt | Edward William | 1825-1891 | politician 2
Harcourt | Edward | 1757-1847 | formerly Venables-Vernon | Archbishop of York 2
Harcourt | Family | Nuneham Courtenay 2
Harcourt | Family | Stanton Harcourt 2
Harcourt | George Granville | 1785-1861 | formerly Venables-Vernon | MP, Barrister 2
Harcourt | George Simon | 1736-1809 | 2nd Earl Harcourt 2
Harcourt | Simon | 1714-1777 | 1st Earl Harcourt | politician 2
Harcourt | Simon | c 1661-1727 | 1st Viscount Harcourt | Lord Chancellor 2
Harcourt | William | 1743-1830 | 3rd Earl Harcourt | Field Marshal 2
Harcourt | William | Venables Vernon | 1789-1871 | Canon of York, chemist 2
Huddleston | Ernest Urban Trevor | 1913-1998 | Archbishop of the Indian Ocean and member of the Community of the Resurrection 2
Inglis | Esther | 1571-1624 | calligrapher and minaturist 2
Jommelli | Niccolò | 1714-1774 | composer 2
League of Nations 2
Locke | John | 1632-1704 | philospher 2
Lord Deputy of Ireland | Ireland 2
Lord Lieutenant of Ireland | Ireland 2
Middleton | Charles | c. 1650-1719 | 2nd Earl of Middleton | statesman 2
Montagu | Edward | 1625-1672 | 1st Earl of Sandwich | admiral 2
Nairne | David | fl 1720 | Secretary to the Pretender 2
Oxfam GB 2
Pergolesi | Giovanni Battista | 1710-1736 | composer 2
Petit de Billier | Amélina | d. 1876 | governess 2
Rawlinson | Richard | 1690-1755 | Antiquary and Nonjuror 2
Selden | John | 1584-1654 | Jurist, MP, and Antiquary 2
Shakespeare | William | 1564-1616 | Dramatist 2
Starkie | Enid | 1897-1970 | scholar 2
Stuart | James Francis Edward | 1688-1766 | the 'old Pretender' 2
Talbot | Ela Theresa | 1835-1893 2
Talbot | Rosamond Constance | 1837-1906 2
Talbot | William Henry Fox | 1800-1877 | MP, pioneer of photography 2
Tanner | Thomas | 1674-1735 | Bishop of St Asaph and antiquary 2
Voltaire | Francois Marie Arouet De | 1694-1778 | French Man of Letters 2
Wallis | John | 1616-1703 | Mathematician 2
Wharton | Thomas | 1648-1716 | 1st Marquess of Wharton 2
Aborigines Protection Society (Great Britain) Aborigines Protection Society (Great Britain). 1
Aesop | c.620–564 BC | fabulist and storyteller 1
Alberoni | Giulio | 1664-1752 | cardinal 1
Albinoni | Tomaso Giovanni | 1671-1750/1751 | composer 1
Aldrich | Henry | 1648-1710 | composer 1
Alexander | 1794-1849 | Prince of Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingfürst | priest and reputed miracle-worker 1
Allen | Helen Mary | 1872-1952 1
Allen | Percy Stafford | 1869-1933 | President of Corpus Christi College Oxford 1
Allin | Sir | Thomas | 1612-1685 | Knight | Admiral 1
Almayrac | Germaine | 1903-1997 | French secretary to the Polish government-in-exile 1
Amans | Jean Florimond | Boudon de Saint- | 1748-1831 | naturalist and antiquarian 1
Anerio | Felice | c 1560-1614 | composer 1
Annan | Kofi Atta | 1938-2018 | diplomat 1
Anson | Thomas William | 1795-1854 | 1st Earl of Lichfield | politician 1
Anstee | Dame | Margaret Joan | 1926-2016 | United Nations civil servant 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 | Dominican friar, philosopher, Catholic Priest 1
Arne | Thomas Augustine | 1710-1778 | composer 1
Arnobius | d. c.330 | of Sicca | Early Christian apologist 1
Ash | John Sidney | 1925-2014 | ornithologist 1
Astruc | G. | 18..-19.. | composer 1
Austrian Philharmonic Society 1
Ayer | Sir | Alfred Jules | 1910-1989 | Knight | philosopher 1
Bach | Johann Christian | 1735-1782 | composer 1
Bachet | Claude-Gaspard | 1581-1638 | Sieur de Mériziac | mathematician and littérateur 1
Ballard | George | 1705-1755 | Antiquary 1
Baltzar | Thomas | 1631-1663 | violinist and composer 1
Banbury Clerical Society 1
Bandot | L. B. | fl. 1801-1900 1
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Language
English 228
Latin 92
German 74
Italian 70
Spanish; Castilian 42
Dutch; Flemish 26
Greek, Modern (1453-) 26
Portuguese 21
Russian 21
Arabic 17
Greek, Ancient (to 1453) 16
Hebrew 16
Chinese 12
Swedish 12
Polish 11
Welsh 11
Danish 10
Hungarian 9
English, Old (ca.450-1100) 8
Czech 8