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Collection

Volumes Collected by Strickland Gibson

Four manuscripts from the collection of volumes assembled by Strickland Gibson for the study and teaching of bibliography.
Extents: 4 shelfmarks
Dates: 16th-19th cent.
Collection

Volumes Containing Joseph Bosworth's Anglo-Saxon Dictionary

Volumes Containing Joseph Bosworth's Anglo-Saxon Dictionary
Extents: 1.21 Linear metres (11 boxes)
Dates: c.1838-1882
Collection

W. N. Clarke Manuscripts

Manuscripts by William Nelson Clarke relating to Berkshire, 18th-19th century.
Extents: 1.44 linear metres (18 boxes)
Dates: 18th-19th century
Collection

Wadham College Deeds

Deeds relating to Oxfordshire: a terrier of estates in South Weston, 1847, with a custom of commonable lands copies of deeds relating to Hampton Gay, 19th century deeds relating to property at Shipton-o-Cherwell (1886) and Hampton Gay (1863-1881), including a conveyance to Wadham College from the Duke of Marlborough.
Extents: 3 shelfmarks
Dates: 1847-81
Collection

Walpole Papers of Helen Toynbee

Walpole Papers of Helen Toynbee
Extents: 0.38 Linear metres (4 boxes)
Dates: 1896-1908
Collection

Warton Papers

Archive of Warton Family, including Thomas and his brother Joseph.
Extents: 18.04 Linear metres (164 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1557-1956
Single Item

Washington Fishery Convention 1887-1888

Bound volume containing printed government reports, typescripts and manuscripts concerning North American Fisheries, 1880s.
Shelfmark: MSS. Can. s. 15
Extents: 1 volume
Dates: 1880s
Collection

Watson Manuscripts

Manuscripts of John Watson, chiefly relating to the history of Cheshire and Lancashire, 16th-19th century.
Extents: 1.33 Linear metres (17 boxes)
Dates: 16th-19th century
Collection

Weld Family Papers

20 boxes of deeds, letters and estate papers relating to the families of Stanley, Heveningham, Simeon (Simmonds) and Weld, and to their estates in Staffordshire, Oxfordshire and Derbyshire, with some material concerning the Fitzherbert and Eyre families of Derbyshire. The collection is arranged as follows: Deeds relating to manors held by the families of Heveningham, Simeon and Weld: Staffordshire; Derbyshire;…
Extents: 21 shelfmarks
Dates: 1293-1809
Single Item

Welsh historical odes, hymns, etc.

Welsh historical odes, hymns, etc., written in the 17th century.
Shelfmark: MS. Welsh e. 6
Extents: 356 pages
Dates: written in the 17th century
Collection

West Hanney Deeds

Deeds relating to 18 small properties in West Hanney, Berkshire.
Extents: 85 shelfmarks
Dates: 1670-1826
Collection

Wharton Manuscripts

Wharton Manuscripts
Extents: 1.54 Linear metres (14 boxes)
Dates: 1890-1896
Single Item

'What is a Poet?', holograph poem by Martin Tupper, in a letter to the editor of the Guernsey Star

'What is a Poet?', holograph poem by Martin Tupper, in a letter to the editor of the Guernsey Star, 1848.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 2026, fol. 5
Extents: 1 leaf
Dates: 1848
Collection

Wilberforce Family archive

Wilberforce Family archive, 1726-[c.1900].
Extents: 7.75 Linear metres (113 boxes)
Dates: 1726-[c. 1900]
Collection

William Russell: vocal and orchestral music, autograph

William Russell: vocal and orchestral music, autograph manuscripts, 1807-1812.
Extents: 0.22 Linear metres (2 boxes)
Dates: 1807-1812
Single Item

William Sterndale Bennett: 30 Preludes and Lessons for pianoforte, [op. 33]

[Op. 33], 30 Preludes and Lessons for pianoforte by Sir William Sterndale Bennett. Autograph fair copy, 1853 and 1862.
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. d. 234
Extents: 24 Leaves
Dates: 3 Mar 1853, 12 Oct 1862
Single Item

William Sterndale Bennett: Overture to Parisina. Op. 3

William Sterndale Bennett's Overture to Parisina, op. 3, based on a poem by Lord Byron. Autograph fair copy, Mar 1835. [Williamson Op.3:A.1]
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. c. 56
Extents: 25 Leaves
Dates: Mar 1835
Single Item

William Wilberforce's copy of Lord John Russell, An essay on the history of the English Government and Constitution

William Wilberforce's copy of Lord John Russell, An essay on the history of the English Government and Constitution
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. e. 3347
Extents: 1 box
Dates: 1821
Single Item

William Yeates Hurlstone: Trio for clarinet, bassoon and piano in G minor

Trio for clarinet, bassoon and piano in G minor by William Yeates Hurlstone, partly in autograph, [1896-1897].
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. c. 572
Extents: 100 pages
Dates: [1896-1897]
Single Item

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (attrib.): Violin concerto in E flat major [K. Anh. C 14.04]; 1st movt. only

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (attrib.): Violin concerto in E flat major [K. Anh. C 14.04]; 1st movt. only.
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. c. 608
Extents: 24 pages
Dates: late 19th-cent.

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19th century 2747
20th century 858
18th century 561
Letters 271
17th century 269
Literature 223
Music 168
Oxfordshire (England) 149
Antiquarians 121
16th century 114
Oxford (England) 106
Poetry 99
Music -- Manuscripts -- 19th century 92
Diaries 85
University of Oxford 84
Religion 74
Correspondence 65
Diaries -- 19th century 60
Genealogy 58
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History 46
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x - 15th century 43
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Poets 41
India 40
Great Britain -- Topography 37
Universities and colleges 35
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21st century 32
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English literature -- 19th century 29
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x - 14th century 28
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University of Oxford -- Examinations -- Music 27
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x - 13th century 22
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Maps -- 19th century 19
Historians 18
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Libraries 16
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Universities and colleges -- England -- Oxford 15
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Indexed names
University of Oxford 84
Bliss | Philip | 1787-1857 | Antiquary and Editor 23
Clark | Andrew | 1854-1922 | Clergyman and Antiquary 19
Rhodes | Cecil John | 1853-1902 | imperialist and benefactor 18
Bodleian Library | University of Oxford 17
Conservative Party 15
Phillipps | Sir | Thomas | 1792-1872 | Baronet | Antiquary, and Collector of MSS and Books 15
Ruskin | John | 1819-1900 | author, artist, and social reformer 14
Great Britain | Colonial Administrative Service 13
Bridges | Robert Seymour | 1844-1930 | Poet Laureate 12
Douce | Francis | 1757-1834 | Antiquary 12
Nichols | John Bowyer | 1779-1863 | printer and antiquary 11
Bandinel | Bulkeley | 1781-1861 | Bodley's Librarian 9
Gough | Richard | 1735-1809 | antiquary 9
Pusey | Edward Bouverie | 1800-1882 | Canon of Christ Church Oxford 9
Acland | Sir | Henry Wentworth | 1815-1900 | 1st Baronet | physician 8
British South Africa Company 8
Parker | George | fl 1869-1897 | antiquary and Clerk of the Schools, University of Oxford 8
Southey | Robert | 1774-1843 | poet, journalist, and biographer 8
Buckler | John Chessell | 1793-1894 | Architect and Antiquary 7
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Conservative Party | National Union of Conservative and Unionist Associations 7
Gladstone | William Ewart | 1809-1898 | prime minister and author 7
Lee | Frederick George | 1832-1902 | Theologian and Antiquary 7
Lugard | Frederick John Dealtry | 1858-1945 | Baron Lugard of Abinger | colonial administrator, soldier and author 7
Macray | William Dunn | 1826-1916 | Rector of Ducklington, Antiquary, and Archivist 7
Percy | Thomas | 1729-1811 | Bishop of Dromore and antiquary 7
Wilberforce | Samuel | 1805-1873 | Bishop of Oxford and Winchester 7
British Records Association 6
Buckler | John | 1770-1851 | topographical artist, architect, and antiquary 6
Collier | John Payne | 1789-1883 | Shakespearean scholar and forger, antiquary, and journalist 6
Disraeli | Benjamin | 1804-1881 | Earl of Beaconsfield | statesman 6
Froude | James Anthony | 1818-1894 | historian 6
Haydn | Franz Joseph | 1732-1809 | Austrian Composer 6
Hunt | James | 1795-1857 | Oxfordshire Antiquary 6
Jones | John Collier | 1770-1838 | Rector of Exeter College Oxford 6
Madden | Sir | Frederic | 1801-1873 | Knight | Antiquary, and Palaeographer 6
Malone | Edmond | 1741-1812 | literary scholar and biographer 6
Mozart | Wolfgang Amadeus | 1756-1791 | Austrian composer 6
Oxford University | New College 6
Villiers | George William Frederick | 1800-1870 | 4th Earl of Clarendon | statesman 6
Westwood | John Obadiah | 1805-1893 | Entomologist and Antiquary 6
Woolner | Thomas | 1825-1892 | Sculptor and Poet 6
Asquith | Herbert Henry | 1852-1928 | 1st Earl of Oxford and Asquith | statesman 5
Bartholdy | Jacob Ludwig Felix | Mendelssohn- | 1809-1847 | composer 5
Beddoes | Thomas Lovell | 1803-1849 | poet and physiologist 5
Conservative Party | Conservative Central Office 5
Edgeworth family | Edgeworthstown 5
Edgeworth | Maria | 1768-1849 | novelist and educationist 5
Great Britain and Ireland | Foreign Office 5
Great Britain and Northern Ireland | Foreign Office 5
Hearne | Thomas | 1678-1735 | Antiquary and Nonjuror 5
Hinton | Henry | 1749-1816 | Oxfordshire Antiquary 5
Hurst | Herbert | 1834-? 1914 | Oxford Antiquary 5
Keble | John | 1792-1866 | Vicar of Hursley and Tractarian poet 5
Madan | Falconer | 1851-1935 | Bodley's Librarian, palaeographer and bibliographer 5
Malone | Edmund | 1741-1812 | Critic and Author 5
Müller | Friedrich Max | 1823–1900 | Sanskritist and philologist 5
Nichols | John Gough | 1806-1873 | printer and antiquary 5
Noble | Mark | 1754-1827 | Biographer, genealogist, and antiquary 5
Ouseley | Sir | Frederick Arthur Gore | 1825-1889 | 2nd Baronet | Professor of Music at Oxford University 5
Proctor | Robert George Collier | 1868-1903 | bibliographer 5
Russell | John | 1792-1878 | 1st Earl Russell | statesman 5
Salter | Herbert Edward | 1863-1951 | Historian 5
Shelley | Mary Wollstonecraft | 1797-1851 | née Godwin | writer 5
Shelley | Percy Bysshe | 1792-1822 | poet 5
Stanley | Arthur Penrhyn | 1815-1881 | Dean of Westminster 5
Swinburne | Algernon Charles | 1837-1909 | poet 5
University of Oxford | Christ Church 5
Acland | Sarah Angelina | 1849-1930 | Fellow of Royal Photographic Society and Royal Society of Arts 4
Acland | Sir | Thomas Dyke | 1809-1898 | 11th Baronet | Politician and educational reformer 4
Balfour | Arthur James | 1848-1930 | 1st Earl of Balfour | statesman 4
Buxton | Sir | Thomas Fowell | 1786-1845 | 1st Baronet | Philanthropist 4
Clare | John | 1793-1864 | Poet 4
Conservative Party | Conservative Research Department 4
Dundas | Henry | 1742-1811 | 1st Viscount Melville | statesman 4
Dunkin | John | 1782-1846 | topographer 4
Edgeworth | Richard Lovell | 1744–1817 | inventor 4
Ewelme Almshouse Charity 4
Freeman | Edward Augustus | 1823-1892 | historian 4
Gibson | Strickland | 1877-1958 | Librarian and Bibliographer 4
Godwin | William | 1756–1836 | writer 4
Greenhill | William Alexander | 1814-1894 | physician and sanitary reformer 4
Harcourt | Edward William | 1825-1891 | politician 4
Harcourt | Family | Nuneham Courtenay 4
Harcourt | Family | Stanton Harcourt 4
Hinton | Henry | 1749-1816 | Oxfordshire antiquary 4
Hyde | Edward | 1609-1674 | 1st Earl of Clarendon | Lord Chancellor 4
Macartney | George | 1737-1806 | 1st Earl Macartney | diplomatist and colonial governor 4
Marshall | Edward | 1815-1899 | Fellow of Corpus Christi, Oxford 4
Nichols | John | 1745-1826 | printer, author and antiquary 4
Nicoll | Alexander | 1793-1828 | Orientalist 4
Oxford Clerical Association 4
Oxford University | Jesus College 4
Phillips | James Orchard | Halliwell- | 1820-1889 | Antiquary and literary scholar 4
Reade | Edward Anderdon | 1807-1886 | Bengal civil servant, historian 4
Sadler | Sir | Michael Ernest | 1861-1943 | Knight | educational pioneer and art patron 4
Shakespeare | William | 1564-1616 | Dramatist 4
St Michael at the North Gate | Oxford | church 4
Talbot | William Henry Fox | 1800-1877 | MP, pioneer of photography 4
Tennyson | Alfred | 1809-1892 | 1st Baron Tennyson | poet 4
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Language
English 2584
Latin 198
French 108
German 72
Italian 63
Greek, Ancient (to 1453) 32
Greek, Modern (1453-) 21
Undetermined 19
Spanish; Castilian 16
Arabic 11
Irish 10
Russian 10
Hebrew 8
Basque 7
Chinese 7
Dutch; Flemish 7
Portuguese 6
English, Old (ca.450-1100) 4
Danish 4
Icelandic 4