Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 19th century
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 49 Collections and/or Records:
Additional papers of Alfred Milner, Viscount Milner, 1884-1920, statesman
Extents: 4.2 Linear metres (28 physical shelfmarks)
The papers include: a book of copies of telegrams to Earl Granville, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 14 Sep. 1880-25 May 1881 letters of Goschen as Chancellor of Oxford, 1904-7 copy letters of Goschen to Queen Victoria, 1885-6 correspondence with A.J. Balfour, 1887-95.
Extents: 2 shelfmarks
Additional papers of Sir William Harcourt and Lewis Harcourt, 1st Viscount Harcourt, with other papers of Mary Ethel Harcourt, Viscountess Harcourt, and Edward William Harcourt
The additional Harcourt papers consist of papers of Sir William Harcourt, 1832-1904, n.d.; papers of Lewis Harcourt, 1st Viscount Harcourt, 1870-1929, n.d.; papers of Mary Ethel Harcourt, Viscountess Harcourt, 1885-1950, n.d.; and papers of Edward William Harcourt, 1842-1891
Extents: 37.62 Linear metres (342 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1832-1950, n.d.
Addresses from Trinity College, Dublin, and the City of Dublin to the Prince Regent (later King George IV) and Leopold, Prince of Coburg
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. hist. a. 6 (R)
Extents: 3 rolls
Dates: Written about 1811-1816, probably in Dublin
Papers of Geoffrey Dawson, civil servant, and editor of The Times.
Extents: 6.00 Linear metres (94 physical shelfmarks)
Papers of James, Viscount Bryce, and Bryce family papers, 1826-1958. The bulk of the papers cover Bryce's political and literary career, 1857-1922.
Extents: 56.1 Linear metres (561 physical shelfmarks)
Papers of John Morley, 1st Viscount Morley of Blackburn (1838-1923), statesman and man of letters.
Extents: 12.0 Linear metres (110 physical shelfmarks)
Archive of John Wodehouse, 1st Earl of Kimberley (1826-1902), politician.
Extents: 69.85 Linear metres (587 physical shelfmarks)
Papers corresponding to the career of Sir Matthew Nathan (1862-1939), soldier and civil servant
Extents: 67.1 Linear metres (671 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)
The papers of the Eighty club, a permanent speakers' club formally established in February 1881 and disbanded in 1978.
Extents: 5.2 Linear metres (52 physical shelfmarks)
Papers of William Waldegrave Palmer, second earl of Selborne (1859-1942), 19th-20th century.
Extents: 25.85 Linear metres (241 physical shelfmarks)
The Burdett-Coutts collection consists mainly of: Papers of Sir Francis Burdett, 1644-1895 (predominantly 19th century) Papers of Thomas Coutts, 1753-1842 Papers of M.W. Patterson, 1795-1938, relating to Sir Francis Burdett and his times, 1770-1844 (London, 1931)
Extents: 32 shelfmarks
Papers of the Conservative Party Area Offices, 1886-1987, including minutes, reports, accounts and correspondence.
Extents: 330 shelfmarks
Papers relating to the organisation, recruitment, employment, training and examination of Agents through the National Society of Conservative and Unionist Agents and the regional organisation representing Conservative Agents which came to be affiliated with the National Society, 1988-1975.
Extents: 15 shelfmarks
Papers of Local Conservative Associations, comprising the North Hants. Conservative Association, North West Hants. Conservative Association, and West Hants. Conservative Association.
Extents: 16 shelfmarks
Conservative Party Archive material available on microform in the Weston Library.
Extents: 85 shelfmarks
Papers of the National Union of Conservative and Unionist Associations, 1867-2019, including papers relating to the Annual Party Conference.
Extents: 24.1 Linear metres (151 boxes)
Photographs of Conservative Party figures and events.
Extents: 50 boxes
Dates: 1894-2015, n.d.
Conservative Party Archive: Printed and Published Material: Conservative Party (and affiliated groups) pamphlets
Party publications: Political pamphlets and other publications published on behalf of the Conservative Party, 1868-2018.
Extents: 282 shelfmarks