Great Britain -- Politics and government
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Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:
Additional Wilberforce family papers, comprising diaries and correspondence of William Wilberforce and correspondence of his second son Robert Isaac.
Extents: 5.06 Linear metres (46 physical shelfmarks)
Alphabetical indexes to the public and private Acts of the English parliament, 1496-1710, written A.D. 1710-1723.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. hist. c. 8
Extents: 106 Leaves
Dates: written A.D. 1710-1723
Personal and political papers of Irene Ward, Baroness Ward of North Tyneside (1895-1980).
Extents: 15.73 Linear metres (144 physical shelfmarks)
Autobiography of Cuthbert Shields, written in five notebooks in the form of letters, 1884-6, to F.A. Clarke, Fellow of Corpus and Edwin Palmer, Archdeacon of Oxford, to explain the conduct which led to his confinement in an asylum in Fulham in 1878 and prolonged travel abroad. The discursive account of his own life is interspersed with reflections on biblical, historical and political subjects.
Extents: 5 shelfmarks
Cassette tape of interview of Harold (later Baron) Wilson by Sarah Street
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. d. 2713/1-2
Extents: 1 box
Dates: 12 Nov. 1982
Commonplace books of Sir Michael, on various subjects including education, religion, history and politics.
Extents: 3 shelfmarks, consisting of 52 parts
Dates: 1899-[c. 1911]
"A comparative study of the higher classes of administrative officials in the British civil service and the American federal system" by Don Krasher Price, 1935. Typescript.
Extents: 1 volume
Copies of miscellaneous English state papers, with some originals, chiefly relating to Parliament and the Civil War
Copies of miscellaneous English state papers, with some originals, chiefly relating to Parliament and the Civil War, written in A.D. 1617-1689.
Shelfmark: MS. Add. C. 132
Extents: 96 Leaves
Dates: written in A.D. 1617-1689
Eulogy of James II dedicated to pope Clement XI, written early in the 18th century in Italy.
Shelfmark: MS. Add. C. 266
Extents: 106 pages
Dates: written early in the 18th century in Italy
Journals of A.M. Cook, 1877-1886, 1912-1921, mainly concerning political events.
Extents: 12 shelfmarks
Letters from Lord North to his father, 1st Earl of Guilford, 1766-1786
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 3337, fols. 42-59
Extents: 18 Leaves
Letters from (Maurice) Harold Macmillan, 1st Earl of Stocketon, to Ava Anderson, Viscountess Waverley
Letters from (Maurice) Harold Macmillan, to Ava Anderson, Viscountess Waverley, with other letters from Lady Dorothy Macmillan, Sir Alexander Douglas-Home, Sir David Eccles, Sir Hubert Gladwyn Jebb and Oliver Lyttelton, Viscount Chandos; and some photographs.
Extents: 0.45 Linear metres (3 shelfmarks)
Letters to Croker, mainly from eminent churchmen.
Extents: 4 shelfmarks
Papers relating to the Oxford University Democratic Socialist Club.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. d. 3364
Extents: 126 Leaves
Dates: Apr. 1940-Feb. 1943
Papers relating to the Oxford University Philosophical Society.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 6774
Extents: 83 Leaves
Dates: Aug. 1989-Feb. 1991
Lennox-Boyd's papers largely relate to the period after Boyd's resignation from the Cabinet in 1959. There is a small amount of general correspondence for the period before 1960 but virtually no material relating to his time as Colonial Secretary except a number of letters of encouragement concerning the Parliamentary debates on the Hola Camp massacre and the Devlin Report in the summer of 1959. The principal point of interest to historians of British colonial affairs will probably be the long…
Extents: 486 shelfmarks
Papers of John Stuart, 3rd Earl of Bute, First Lord of the Treasury
Shelfmark: MS. North adds. b. 10
Extents: 147 Leaves
Letters of Sylvia Henley, nèe Stanley, and Anthony Henley, her husband, with a small amount of family correspondence and printed material.
Extents: 1.0 Linear metre (10 Physical Shelfmarks)
The collection consists of correspondence, term cards, papers, photogrographs, and a card index of members.
Extents: 4 shelfmarks
Papers of the Oxford Chatham Club, 1870-1956.
Extents: 2.2 Linear metres (22 physical shelfmarks)