Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 497 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence and papers of the Godwin and Shelley families, chiefly William Godwin (1756-1836), philosopher and author; with the correspondence and papers of his family, including his wife, the novelist and essayist Mary Wollstonecraft (1759-97); daughter, the author Mary Shelley (1797-1851); her husband, the poet Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822); and Mary and Percy Bysshe Shelley's son Sir Percy Florence Shelley (1819-89), and his wife, Jane, Lady Shelley (d. 1899)
Extents: 206 shelfmarks
Account and day books of John Redwood and John Wolston, merchants, of Exeter, Devon comprising: account book, called 'post book', apparently of John Redwood of Exeter, in partnership with John Wolston his brother-in-law, 1676-1721 day book of the same concern, 1723-25, with (fols. 1-5) some earlier entries copied in. A partial index of customers is at fols. i-xii.
Extents: 2 shelfmarks
Account books of the Broadwood family, piano makers.
Extents: 3 shelfmarks
Accounts of the churchwardens of Witton chapel for the repair and maintenance of the bridge and brine-pit at Northwich, 1620-65, 1666-91, with churchwardens' accounts, 1739-40.
Extents: 2 shelfmarks
Dates: 1620-65, 1666-91, 1739-40
D'Orville's manuscripts, including notes on classical languages and literature.
Extents: 14 shelfmarks
Dates: 18th cent.
Additional Papers of Edmund Malone, including private papers and literary pieces.
Extents: 5 shelfmarks
Additional papers of George Macartney, 1st Earl Macartney (1737-1806) relating to his governorship of Fort St. George, Madras (India), 1781-6, and his embassy to China, 1792-4
Extents: 0.85 Linear metres (5 physical shelfmarks)
Commonplace book of H.W. Acland and visitors' book of S.A. Acland.
Extents: 0.11 Linear metres (2 physical shelfmarks)
The collection includes correspondence, literary papers and photographs of John and Lucy Hammond.
Extents: 0.75 Linear metres (8 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1725-1993, n.d.
Correspondence mainly concerning the enquiries of Henry Handley Norris (1771-1850) into the family estate, with miscellaneous papers and sermons.
Extents: 0.11 Linear metres (3 physical shelfmarks)
Correspondence and papers of the Harcourt family of Stanton Harcourt and Nuneham Courtenay, Oxfordshire, 1663-1917.
Extents: 8.58 Linear metres (78 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1663-1917, n.d.
Additional papers of the North family, including estate papers, 1707-1845, and estate papers of related families, 1573-1677.
Extents: 2.75 Linear metres (25 physical shelfmarks)
The collection consists of: Manuscripts of William Gilpin's published works Poems and essays not by Gilpin Letters from William Gilpin (1757-1848) to his wife
Extents: 29 shelfmarks
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)
Manuscripts of Grabe, relating to theological Greek manuscripts.
Extents: 55 shelfmarks
Dates: 16th-18th cent.
Antiquarian collections of H.F. Owen Evans, consisting of: Pedigree of the Hungerford family of Down Ampney, Gloucestershire, early 16th century Genealogy of the Peyton family, 1615 Genealogy of the Berners family, 1616 Description by H.F. Owen Evans of his brass rubbings Working notebook of Evans, 1946-65 Church notes by…
Extents: 9 shelfmarks
Dates: 17th-20th cent.
Sketches of window tracery made by Edward Augustus Freeman, many of which were used as illustrations in his Essay on the development of window tracery in England, 1851; with a box containing 35 packets of drawings of architectural details by Thomas Rickman.
Extents: 2 shelfmarks
Dates: 18-19th cent.
Papers of Cardinal Henry Edward Manning (1808-1892) and members of his family, 1751-1901.
Extents: 3.74 Linear metres (34 physical shelfmarks)
Papers of Charles Eastland de Michele (1810-98), editor of the Morning Post, c.1834 to c.1844, British consul at St. Petersburg, 1849-54, 1856-66.
Extents: 8.36 Linear metres (76 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 18th-20th cent.
Papers of Edmund Gibson (1669-1748), Bishop of London, with papers of his descendants, 1388-1797.
Extents: 7.45 Linear metres (23 Shelfmarks)