Subject Source: Ncarules
Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
Official and private papers of Antony Patrick MacDonnell, 1st Baron MacDonnell of Swinford (1844-1925), mainly relating to India and Ireland.
Extents: 6.27 Linear metres (57 physical shelfmarks)
Archive of Flora Shaw, Lady Lugard (1852-1929), journalist and author.
Extents: 1.35 Linear metres (43 physical shelfmarks)
Official and personal papers of Francis John Stephens Hopwood, Baron Southborough (1860-1947), civil servant.
Extents: 6.93 Linear metres (63 physical shelfmarks)
Correspondence of Sir William Henry Gregory (1816-1892) politician; with other miscellaneous Gregory family papers, 1811-1918.
Extents: 2.55 Linear metres (27 shelfmarks)
Papers of the Smyly family, particularly H. Jocelyn Smyly (1882-1970), doctor and missionary, his wife Eileen Smyly, née Bell (1894-1987), doctor and missionary, and their sons William Smyly (1922-2018), journalist and teacher, and David Smyly (1923-1990), doctor and missionary.
Extents: 8.68 Linear metres (59 shelfmarks)
Dates: c. 1856-2015
Papers of Richard Wogan Talbot, 2nd Baron Talbot of Malahide (Irish Peerage), James, 3rd Baron, James, 4th Baron and 1st Baron de Malahide (United Kingdom Peerage), and Richard Wogan, 5th Baron Talbot of Malahide, with family and estate papers, 13th-20th cent.
Extents: 39.6 Linear metres (350 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 13th-20th cent.
Papers accumulated by the historian Thomas Carte (1686-1754), comprising mainly original papers of James Butler (1610-88), 1st Duke of Ormond, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, with papers of Sir William Fitzwilliam (1526-99), Lord Deputy of Ireland; Sir John Davies (1569-1626) Attorney General of Ireland; Edward Montagu (1625-72) 1st Earl of Sandwich; Charles Middleton (c.1650-1719), 2nd Earl of Middleton; David Nairne (fl.1720), Secretary to the Pretender; Philip Wharton (1613-96), 4th Baron…
Extents: 30.69 Linear metres (279 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 16th-18th century
Collections of C.G. Perceval, 18th-19th century, consisting of a volume with an armorial of the baronage of Ireland; a translation of the annals of William of Worcester; and notes on the offices of constable and marshall in Ireland.
Extents: 2 shelfmarks
Dates: 18th-19th cent.
Draft of proposals for education in Ireland introduced in the Irish House of Commons by Thomas Orde-Powlett
Draft of proposals for education in Ireland introduced in the Irish House of Commons by Thomas Orde-Powlett, mainly in his hand.
Extents: 2 shelfmarks
Dates: late 18th century
Collections of Richard Gough, consisting of topographical collections, maps and engravings, books on Saxon and Northern literature, a collection of more than 100 early printed liturgical books (chiefly of Sarum or York use, and therefore considered by Gough as part of Wiltshire and Yorkshire topography), and sixteen volumes of Gaignières' valuable drawings of Church monuments in France. A feature of Gough's printed books is the large number which bear manuscript notes and additions. The…
Extents: 866 shelfmarks
Dates: 12th-19th cent.
Rubbings from ancient sculptured and inscribed crosses in Ireland, made by Henry O'Neill, being the originals on which he based the plates in his The most Interesting of the Sculptured Crosses of Ancient Ireland (1857).
Extents: 4 shelfmarks
Manuscripts collected by William Laud, consisting of Greek, Latin and miscellaneous manuscripts. The collection includes sermons; manuscripts relating to the Bible, theology, Saint Anselm, and Saint Augustine; and four volumes relating to Ireland and Irish affairs collected out of Sir Robert Cotton's library and elsewhere, by Sir George Carew, afterwards Earl of Totnes, and President of the Province of Munster, 17th century.
Extents: 972 shelfmarks
Dates: 7th-17th century
Copies of letters and dispatches written by Arthur Capel when Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 1672-1677, arranged chronologically in five volumes.
Extents: 5 shelfmarks
Papers of Evelyn Sharp, consisting of: Letters to Evelyn Sharp, with some copies of her replies, 1888-1955 Letters to Evelyn Sharp on the death of her husband, 1941-1942 Diaries of Evelyn Sharp, 1920-1937, 1942-1947 Exercise books containing lectures on London and Gothic architecture in England, 1897 Exercise books and notebooks containing…
Extents: 40 shelfmarks
Papers of George William Frederick Villiers, 4th Earl of Clarendon, 1820-70, with papers of related families, 17th-19th century.
Extents: 80.55 Linear metres (537 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1820-70, 17th-19th cent.
Papers of Henry Duke, 1st Baron Merrivale, 1915-1919, mainly relating to the office of Chief Secretary for Ireland, 1916-1918.
Extents: 0.8 Linear metres (5 physical shelfmarks)
Manuscripts of Thomas Perrott, including: 'The letters of Sr John Perrott, Lord Deputy of Ireland, to the Queene and her cheife Ministers of state,' 11 July 1584-26 May 1586, on Irish public affairs Copies of manuscripts relating to French and English history
Extents: 9 shelfmarks
Dates: 16th-17th century
Rawlinson's manuscripts, consisting of: Rawlinson A: English history Rawlinson B: English history Rawlinson C: History, theology Rawlinson D: Miscellaneous Rawlinson E: Sermons Rawlinson F: Poetry Rawlinson G: Classics Rawlinson H: Letters Rawlinson I: Mainly theology …
Extents: 5122 shelfmarks
Dates: 8th-18th century
Deeds and papers of the Russell family relating to Swallowfield, Mickle Trafford (Cheshire) and Co. Tipperary.
Extents: 27 shelfmarks
Correspondence of Sir Antony MacDonnell, 1902-1952
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. hist. c. 321
Extents: 175 Leaves