Letters -- 19th century
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence and papers of the Macirone Family, principally George Macirone (1788-1858), his wife Mary Ann Macirone (1791-1869) nee Perriman, and their three children, Clara Macirone (1821-1914), Emily Macirone (1821-1888) and George Augustus Macirone (1834-1910) with born-digital transcriptions of their letters and diaries by Patricia Neate.
Extents: 1.54 Linear metres (14 physical shelfmarks; 1 digital shelfmark)
Letters from Buxton's papers, ca.1807-1845; correspondents include Elizabeth Fry (27 letters), William Wilberforce (ca. 21 letters) and Thomas Clarkson (3 letters and a fragment), with about 80 other letters of the Buxton family and their circle.
Extents: 2 boxes
Dates: [c. 1807]-1845
Letters from Maurice de Courcy Dodd to his family, written as a clerk in the Royal Niger Company, serving under Lord Lugard.
Extents: 141 Leaves
Letters to Jane Gorham, mainly from her mother, Mrs Jane Gorham, 1839-1867.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 6579, fols. 101-120
Extents: 20 Leaves
Macaulay; The Historian, Statesman, and Essayist. Anecdotes of his life and literary labours, with some account of his early and unknown writings (2nd ed., London, John Camden Hotten, Piccadilly, 1860),with notes and letters of Augustus De Morgan, former owner of the book
Macaulay; The Historian, Statesman, and Essayist. Anecdotes of his life and literary labours, with some account of his early and unknown writings (2nd ed., London, John Camden Hotten, Piccadilly, ), with notes and letters of Augustus De Morgan, former owner of the book.
Extents: 0.05 Linear metres (2 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1860 1861-1869
Letterbooks, diaries, correspondence etc. relating to service in Cairo, Zanzibar and Uganda.
Extents: 12 Volumes
Two letters from Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (Lewis Carroll) to Sarah Hunter
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 8238, fols. 55-8
Extents: 4 Leaves