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Additional correspondence of Maria Edgeworth and family

Letters of the engineer, inventor and educationist Richard Lovell Edgeworth (1744-1817) and his daughter, the writer Maria Edgeworth (1768-1849), 1763-1849.
Shelfmark: MS. 6408
Extents: 1 box
Dates: 1763-1849
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Additional material from the archive of Gerald Finzi

Part of the archive of the composer Gerlad Finzi consisting mainly of music manuscripts, [mid-18th cent.]-1992, n.d.
Extents: 8.0 linear metres (92 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: [mid-18th cent.]-1992, n.d.
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Additional papers of Adriaan Kortlandt

Additional papers of Adriaan Kortland (1918-2009), ethologist
Shelfmark: MS. 15655/1
Extents: 1 box
Dates: 1995-1998
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Additional Papers of Edward Allworthy Armstrong

Additional papers of Edward Allworthy Armstrong (1900-1978), clergyman and ornithologist
Extents: 2.36 linear metres (16 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: Majority of material found within Bulk, 1916-1990; 1916-1990, 2003-2011
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Additional papers of Francis Charles Robert Jourdain

Additional papers of Francis Charles Robert Jourdain (1865-1940), ornithologist and oologist
Shelfmark: MS. 15657/1
Extents: 1 box
Dates: 1909-1920
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Album containing copy of a letter of advice from Charles Boothby to J. E. Denison on his returning to Christ Church

Album containing copy of a letter of advice from Charles Boothby to J. E. Denison on his returning to Christ Church, 1818.
Shelfmark: MS. Top. Oxon. g. 18
Extents: 88 Leaves
Dates: 1818
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Album of verse and letters by Austin Dobson, 1885-1920, collected by and mainly addressed to J. W. Martyn

Album of verse and letters by Austin Dobson, 1885-1920, collected by and mainly addressed to J. W. Martyn.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. poet. d. 186
Extents: 144 Leaves
Dates: 1885-1920
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Archive of A.N. Prior

Academic correspondence and papers of Arthur Norman Prior (1914-1969), logician and philosopher.
Extents: 5.2 linear metres (34 boxes)
Dates: 1885-1971
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Archive of David Astor

Archive of (Francis) David Langhorne Astor (1912-2001), newspaper editor and philanthropist
Extents: 48.84 linear metres (328 boxes)
Dates: Majority of material found within Bulk, 1899-2003; 1802-2003 [Bulk c. 1899-2003]
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Archive of Emma Alice Margaret (Margot) Asquith, Countess of Oxford and Asquith

Correspondence and papers of Margot Asquith, Countess of Oxford and Asquith, with correspondence and papers of other members of her family, 1862-1945
Extents: 17.05 linear metres (155 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1862-1945
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Archive of Frederick W. Sternfeld

Archive of Frederick W. Sternfeld, 1938-1962, n.d.
Extents: 0.77 linear metres (7 boxes)
Dates: 1938-1962, n.d.
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Archive of Garth ap Rees

Personal and organisational papers of Garth ap Rees (1934-2014), diplomat and Resident Representative for the United Nations Development Programme.
Extents: 2.3 linear metres (14 boxes)
Dates: 1962-1992
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Archive of Herbert Henry Asquith, 1st Earl of Oxford and Asquith

Correspondence and papers of Herbert Henry Asquith, Prime Minister 1908-1916.
Extents: 15.2 linear metres (152 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1892-1928
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Archive of Hugh Ottaway

A collection of Hugh Ottaway's writings on music, including biographies of composers, 1933-1979, n.d.
Extents: 5.5 linear metres (39 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1933-1979, n.d.
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Archive of Ian Kellam

Music manuscripts of Ian Kellam, mostly dyeline copies or photocopies, 1939-2014, n.d.
Extents: 7.0 linear metres (31 boxes)
Dates: 1939-2014, n.d.
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Archive of John Hungerford Pollen and the Pollen Family

The archive of John Hungerford Pollen (1820-1902), decorative artist and Roman Catholic convert, and the Pollen family, 1828-2017.
Extents: 6.0 linear metres (44 boxes; 2 digital shelfmarks)
Dates: 1828-2017
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Archive of Michael Davies

Political and administrative drafts and papers of Michael Davies (b. 1944), senior United Nations civil servant.
Extents: 0.9 linear metres (6 boxes)
Dates: 1961-2012
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Archive of Robert Simpson

The archive of the composer Robert Simpson comprising predominantly photocopies of Simpson's music manuscripts, his writings and recordings, together with printed material (concert programmes, published music and books from the composer's library). Material created by the Robert Simpson Society also forms part of this archive.
Extents: 25.0 linear metres (117 boxes)
Dates: c.1840-2016, n.d.
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Archive of Robert White

Archive of Robert White, written in A.D. 1767-1770 by R. White.
Shelfmark: MS. Add. D. 90
Extents: 17 Leaves
Dates: written in A.D. 1767-1770 by R. White
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Archive of Samuel Gale

Archive of Samuel Gale, 18th century.
Shelfmark: MS. Top. gen. c. 66
Extents: 131 Leaves
Dates: 18th century

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Correspondence 167
20th century 131
19th century 106
18th century 59
Music 39
17th century 36
Composers -- Correspondence 25
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 20th century 22
Letters 20
16th century 15
Poetry 15
Antiquarians 14
Literature 13
21st century 12
Antiquarians -- Great Britain -- Correspondence 11
Poets 11
Political planning 11
English poetry 10
Composers -- England -- Manuscripts 9
Education 9
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Great Britain 9
Musicians -- Correspondence 9
Poets, English -- 20th century -- Correspondence 9
English literature 8
English poetry -- 20th century 8
Finance 8
Oxfordshire (England) 8
English literature -- 20th century 7
Oxford (England) 7
Elections -- Great Britain 6
Europe -- Politics and government 6
Great Britain -- Topography 6
Religion 6
Broadcasting -- Great Britain 5
India 5
Organization 5
x - 15th century 5
Autographs 4
Cape of Good Hope (South Africa) -- Officials and employees 4
Economics 4
English literature -- 19th century 4
Farm management -- Records and correspondence 4
France 4
Governors -- Cape of Good Hope (South Africa) -- Correspondence 4
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 21st century 4
Literature -- 20th century 4
Music -- Manuscripts -- 19th century 4
Ornithology 4
Politicians 4
Politicians -- Great Britain -- Correspondence 4
Public opinion 4
Anthems 3
Birds 3
Bishops 3
Cantatas, Secular 3
Church 3
Diaries 3
European Economic Community 3
European Union 3
Great Britain -- Colonies -- 18th century 3
Great Britain -- Colonies -- 19th century 3
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 19th century 3
Industrial relations -- Great Britain 3
International relations 3
Labour Party (Great Britain) -- History -- 20th Century 3
Literary criticism 3
Local history 3
Music -- Manuscripts -- 20th century 3
Musicologists -- Correspondence 3
Orchestral music 3
Photographs 3
Piano music 3
Publicity 3
Scotland 3
Sermons 3
Soldiers -- Correspondence 3
Songs with piano 3
Speeches, addresses, etc. 3
Training 3
United Nations Development Programme 3
Women 3
Women -- Political activity 3
World War, 1914-1918 3
Accounts 2
Africa -- Officials and employees 2
Antiquarian booksellers 2
Antiquarian booksellers -- Correspondence 2
Architects 2
Art, British -- 20th century 2
Biography 2
Cantatas, Sacred 2
Catholic Church 2
China 2
Church buildings 2
Civil service 2
Colonial administrators -- Correspondence 2
Composers -- Diaries 2
Composers -- Portraits 2
Composers, English -- Manuscripts 2
Concertos (Piano) 2
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Indexed names
Conservative Party 20
Conservative Party | Conservative Central Office 15
Conservative Party | professional headquarters 14
Bennett | Sir | William Sterndale | 1816–1875 | Knight | composer 7
Great Britain | Colonial Administrative Service 7
Conservative Party | Conservative Research Department 5
Larkin | Philip Arthur | 1922-1985 | poet 5
University of Oxford 5
Macartney | George | 1737-1806 | 1st Earl Macartney | diplomatist and colonial governor 4
Asquith | Margaret Emma Alice (Margot) | 1864-1945 | née Tennant | Countess of Oxford and Asquith | political hostess and diarist 3
Conservative Party | Conservative Campaign Headquarters 3
Conservative Party | National Union of Conservative and Unionist Associations | National Advisory Committees 3
Conservative Party | Steering Committee 3
Conservative Party | parliamentary party 3
Conservative Party | party officials 3
Ducarel | Andrew Coltee | 1713-1785 | Antiquary 3
Edgeworth family | Edgeworthstown 3
Edgeworth | Maria | 1768-1849 | novelist and educationist 3
Jones | Monica Margaret Beal | 1922-2001 | lecturer in English 3
Parry | Sir | Charles Hubert Hastings | 1848-1918 | Knight | composer and musical writer 3
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Percy | Thomas | 1729-1811 | Bishop of Dromore and antiquary 3
United Nations 3
Williams | Charles | 1886-1945 | author 3
Willis | Browne | 1682-1760 | Antiquary and Numismatist 3
Asquith | Herbert Henry | 1852-1928 | 1st Earl of Oxford and Asquith | statesman 2
Bartholdy | Jacob Ludwig Felix | Mendelssohn- | 1809-1847 | composer 2
Blomfield | James Charles | 1821-1895 | Rector of Launton Antiquary 2
Blunden | Edmund Charles | 1896-1974 | poet 2
Bridges | Robert Seymour | 1844-1930 | Poet Laureate 2
Butterworth | George Sainton Kaye | 1885-1916 | composer and folk song collector 2
Butterworth | Sir | Alexander Kaye | 1854-1946 | Knight | railway manager 2
Charles II | 1630-1685 | King of England, Scotland and Ireland 2
Clark | Andrew | 1854-1922 | Clergyman and Antiquary 2
Conservative Party | Advisory Committee on Policy 2
Conservative Party | Conservative Political Centre 2
Conservative Party | Leader's Consultative Committee 2
Conservative Party | National Union of Conservative and Unionist Associations 2
Conservative Party | National Union of Conservative and Unionist Associations | Women's National Advisory Committee 2
Conservative Party | Organisation Department 2
Conservative Party | Swinton College 2
Conservative Party | training colleges 2
Dampier | John Lucius | 1792-1853 | Vice-Warden of the Stannaries Court 2
Deneke | Margaret Clara Adèle | 1882-1969 | author and musicologist 2
Denison | John Evelyn | 1800-1873 | 1st Viscount Ossington 2
Douglas | John | 1721-1807 | Bishop of Salisbury and writer 2
Dundas | Henry | 1742-1811 | 1st Viscount Melville | statesman 2
Eames | John Wallace | fl 1911-1930 | settler in Kenya 2
Edgeworth | Richard Lovell | 1744–1817 | inventor 2
Ella | John | 1802–1888 | violinist and conductor 2
Finzi | Gerald Raphael | 1901-1956 | composer 2
Fraser | Richard Michael | 1915-1996 | Baron Fraser of Kilmorack 2
Goddard | Austin P. | fl. 1726-1758 | of London 2
Greenhill | William Alexander | 1814-1894 | physician and sanitary reformer 2
Joachim | Joseph | 1831–1907 | violinist 2
Laud | William | 1573-1645 | Archbishop of Canterbury 2
Mare | Walter John de la | 1873-1956 | author and poet 2
Marvell Press | publisher 2
Nichols | John Gough | 1806-1873 | printer and antiquary 2
Pitter | Ruth | 1897-1992 | poet 2
Queen's University Belfast 2
Rosenthal | Julia | b 1953 | antiquarian book and music dealer 2
Simpson | Robert Wilfred Levick | 1921-1997 | composer 2
Smith | Sir | Thomas | 1513-1577 | scholar, diplomat, and political theorist 2
Southey | Robert | 1774-1843 | poet, journalist, and biographer 2
Thornton | Richard | 1838-1863 | Geologist 2
University of Hull 2
Walker | Ernest | 1870–1949 | author, pianist and composer 2
Wellesley | Arthur | 1769-1852 | 1st Duke of Wellington | Field Marshall and statesman 2
A. Rosenthal Ltd. (antiquarian bookseller) 1
Abbot | George | 1562-1633 | Archbishop of Canterbury 1
Aikin | Lucy | 1781-1864 | historian 1
Albert | 1819-1861 | Prince Consort of Queen Victoria 1
Aldrich | Henry | 1648-1710 | composer 1
Alexander III | c.1100-1181 | Pope 1
Anson | Thomas William | 1795-1854 | 1st Earl of Lichfield | politician 1
Antrobus | Reginald Laurence Antrobus | 1853-1942 | Sir | Knight Civil Servant 1
Armstrong | Edward Allworthy | Reverend | 1900-1978 | ornithologist | priest 1
Arthington | Mary | 1616-1678 | née Fairfax 1
Ashmole | Elias | 1617-1692 | Antiquary and Astrologer 1
Astor | Francis David Langhorne | 1912-2001 | newspaper editor and philanthropist 1
Astor | Nancy Witcher | 1879-1964 | née Langhorne | society hostess, politician and wife of 2nd Viscount Astor 1
Astor | family 1
Atterbury | Francis | 1662-1732 | Bishop of Rochester 1
Aubrey | John | 1626-1697 | antiquary and biographer 1
Backhouse | William | 1593-1662 | alchemist and antiquary 1
Bacon | Dame | Elizabeth | c.1541-1621 | also Elizabeth Doyley and Elizabeth Periam | aristocrat 1
Baker | Samuel | fl. c.1690 1
Barber | Martin | Former Director of United Nations Mine Action Service 1
Barkly | Henry | 1815-1898 | Sir | Knight Colonial Governor 1
Barley | Walter Shearsmith | 1870-1910 | soldier 1
Barrington | Samuel | 1729-1800 | Admiral 1
Bartholdy | Cécile | Mendelssohn- | 1817-1853 | wife of Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy 1
Bartholdy | Jacob Ludwig Felix Mendelssohn- | 1809-1847 | composer 1
Bates | Thomas | fl. 1677 | musician 1
Bawdler | Thomas | fl. 1755-1760 1
Bedingfield | Sir | Henry Arundell | c.1686-1760 | 3rd Baronet Bedingfeld of Oxburgh 1
Beltrami | Giacomo Costantino | 1779-1855 | explorer 1
Benecke | Marie Pauline Helene | 1839-1897 | neé Mendelssohn Bartholdy 1
Bennet | Sir | John | 1552/3-1627 | judge 1
Bennett | James Robert Sterndale | 1847-1928 | maths and music teacher 1
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Language
German 12
French 10
Latin 7
Italian 6
Arabic 2
Danish 2
Dutch; Flemish 2
Croatian 2
Basque 1
Chinese 1
Czech 1
Greek, Modern (1453-) 1
Hungarian 1
Norwegian 1
Polish 1
Portuguese 1
Romany 1
Russian 1
Spanish; Castilian 1
Swedish 1
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Zulu 1
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