Catalogue of manuscripts acquired singly: miscellaneous papers

Bodleian Library, University of Oxford

Miscellaneous Papers, 16th-21st cent.

Miscellaneous papers acquired by the Bodleian Library by purchase, bequest or donation.

   Arranged chronologically by date of earliest entry.

Photocopy of the 16th-cent. 'Voynich manuscript', (Yale University, MS 408), containing botanical, astronomical, astrological and biological illustrations, written in an unidentified cipher
Shelfmark: MS. Facs. d. 306
Extent: 238 leaves
Acquisition: Given by F.R. Maddison, through R.J. Roberts, 1994.

Transcripts and two original documents concerning grants of arms and genealogy, in Spanish, 16th-17th cent.
Shelfmark: MS. Span. c. 16
Extent: 107 leaves, 90-107 blank
Binding: Green cloth, patterned in gold, over wooden boards


Separated Material: Loose items, comprising an illuminated grant of arms, 1596 and two illuminated coats of arms, removed from the volume are MS. Span. b. 5, fols. 31-4.

Acquisition: Bequeathed by Dr. W.Y. Evans Wentz, 1965.

Subjects (LCSH)
   Heraldry -- Spain

Notice of excommunication, 15 Jan. 1546/7
Shelfmark: MS. Lat. misc. d. 96
Extent: 1 leaf
Material: Parchment

Letter from Joannes Bapta Cicada, Bishop of Albenga, to all clergymen in the Diocese of Bologna, confirming the excommunication of ten citizens of Bologna, for non-observance of the agreement made, 3 July 1542, between them and Lippus Ghislerius, a noble cleric of Bologna. Given at St. Peter's in Rome. Endorsed with a notice that excommunication was published in the Campi Florentoris, 18 Jan 1546/7 and with a note that the within named men had been excommunicated.

Acquisition: Given by Jeremy Johns, 1993.

Subjects (LCSH)
   Catholic Church -- Italy -- 16th century

Three Spanish documents, 1592-1751
Shelfmark: MS. Span. d. 7
Extent: 17 leaves
Material: parchment and paper


Acquisition: Given by Carmel Rodriguez-Walter, 1998.

Binding fragments in Greek, Italian and Latin, 17th-18th cent.
Shelfmark: MS. Lat. misc. d. 101
Extent: 23 leaves
Material: Parchment, worm eaten

Comprises fragments in

Acquisition: Given to the Library, date not recorded.

Theological treatises, by an unidentified Protestant author, 1604
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. th. c. 93
Extent: i + 355 leaves
Binding: Blind-stamped brown calf, with holes in the upper and lower covers where clasps or ties have been removed, with two roll borders signed 'GK', see James Basil Oldham, English blind-stamped bindings (Cambridge, 1952), MW. a (1) Oxford, metalwork design roll


Custodial History: Inscribed fol. i, 'Townshend Selwyn'.

Acquisition: Bought, Sotheby's, 28 Mar. 1983, lot 155.

Subjects (LCSH)
   Protestantism -- Early works to 1800

Volume of abstracts of inquisitions post mortem, temp. Hen. III - 15 Ed. IV, including some sketches of coats of arms and a number of pages of printed blank outlines of shields, late 17th cent.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. b. 2050
Extent: viii + 501 pages; half calf, marbled boards

, with a note (p. vi) by Peter Le Neve, 'Md. all the Inquisitions in this book relating to Norf[ol]k & Suff[olk] are posted to particular papers... '

Custodial History: Owned by Peter Le Neve (inscription, p. vi, including 'pretium 5 guin[eas]'; John Wilcox, 22 Feb. 1731 (Le Neve Sale), manuscripts, lot 183; bookplate of William Constable; Sotheby's, 24 June 1889 (Burton Constable Sale), lot 53; signature of -? Wilson (front pastedown), 19th/20th cent.

Acquisition: Bought from Ken Spelman, 1992

Guardbook of Fraser manuscripts, 1730-52
Shelfmark: MS. Fraser 273
Extent: i + 37 leaves, 5-37 blank
Binding: 19th-cent. red cloth


Custodial History: Bought by the Radcliffe Trust from the widow of James Fraser, 1758.

Acquisition: Transferred to the library, 1872.

Place names (NCA Rules)
   Inverness-shire | Scotland

Commentary, probably by James Merrick, on the Greek New Testament, in English, Greek and Latin, vol. II only (Thessalonians - Revelation), with (fols. 107v-111v) an index to both volumes, c.1740
Shelfmark: MS. Gr. bib. c. 4
Extent: 112 leaves (paginated 369-489)
Binding: Parchment covered boards
Custodial History: Inscribed (front pastedown) 'Jac. Merrick Coll. Trin. Oxon. 1740; G.*.I.__2. (crossed out); Plate Chest, 6.3.'

Acquisition: Bought, Robin Waterfield Ltd., 1980.

Subjects (LCSH)
   Bible. N.T. Greek -- Commentaries

Recipe book, 19th cent.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. d. 3407
Extent: i + 353 pages, 168-332 blank
Binding: Calf, gilt borders, rebacked

Many of the recipes are attributed to various individuals. Includes (pp. 333-6, 342-51, 356) lists of the recipes.

Acquisition: Bequeathed by Professor Sir William Paton, 1994

Subjects (LCSH)

'Catalogue des Livres De La Bibliotheque de Mr D'Israeli', possibly Isaac D'Israeli, arranged in alphabetical order, and giving location, in French, [early 19th cent.]
Shelfmark: MS. Don. e. 178
Extent: i + 78 leaves
Binding: Brown calf; spine missing
Acquisition: Given by J. Fuggles, 1995.

The library catalogue of Sir George and Lady Beaumont, early 19th cent.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. d. 3406
Extent: ii + 238 pages, 197-218, 229-40 blank
Binding: Quarter calf, plain papered boards

Compiled by an exiled French pastor, M. le Curé Heude; headings and notes in French, with a few entries by Lady Beaumont and by an unidentified hand. The catalogue includes (pp. i-ii) a dedication to Lady Beaumont, n.d.

Acquisition: Bequeathed by Professor Sir William Paton, 1994

Subjects (LCSH)
   Library catalogs

Correspondence and papers of the London Society for Promoting Christianity Among the Jews, 1811-92, n.d.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 7024
Extent: 345 leaves
Binding: Half brown calf, gilt-ruled spine, marbled boards, lettered on the spine 'Hebrew Testament Critical Letters', fols. 113-344 loose

Comprises material in English, French, German, Hebrew and Yiddish

Acquisition: Bought, Phillips (London), 24 Mar. 2000, lot 230.

Related Material: The records of the Church's Ministry Among the Jews (formerly the Society for Promoting Christianity Among the Jews), are held in the Bodleian Library, Dep. C.M.J. a. 1-3, b. 1-58, c. 1-260, d. 1-163, e. 1-63, f. 1-39.

Subjects (LCSH)
   Jews -- Conversion to Christianity

'Provisional Catalogue of Pathological Preparations Distributed in the Hunterian Series', mainly in the hand of Sir Henry Acland, 1838-63
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. b. 2111
Extent: iii + 241 leaves, 211-37 blank
Binding: Gilt-ruled half red calf, watered red cloth, paper watermarked 'Thomas Hutton, London'

Consists of individual catalogue notes pasted into the volume and numbered 1-274. Gaps in the numbering have been noted in the volume.

Separated Material: Loose papers, 1815-40, removed from the volume are MS. Eng. c. 7021, fols. 66-105 and MS. Photogr. c. 150, fol. 28.

Acquisition: Given by Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, 1995.

Subjects (LCSH)

'Penmanship', book of calligraphic examples by George Hall (aged 15), 1845
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. b. 2112
Extent: 8 leaves
Binding: Bound in papered boards by the Library, 2001
Acquisition: Found in the Library, 2001.

Subjects (LCSH)

Carbon typescript copy, 20th cent., of 'Memoranda of the Burney Family. 1603-1845', complied by H. E. Burney (see fol. 98) c.1845
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 2721
Extent: iii + 100 leaves

A copy of these memoranda, with a ten-page index, was used by P. A. Scholes in The Great Dr. Burney (2 vols., London etc., 1948) - see vol. I, p. 1, and vol. II, p. 391

Acquisition: Owned by 'JG[?]B', 1946 (note, front pastedown): bequeathed by J. H. G. Burney to William and Simon Fraser; given by them, 1991

Report on the 'Transport Services rendered by the vessels of the B. & N.A.R.M.S.P. [British & North America Royal Mail Steam Packet] Company during the Crimean War', 1866
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 6860
Extent: 20 leaves

The report gives details of 11 ships, providing information on the name of the ship, the number of officers, men, women, children and horses transported and details of each ship's movements. The report also includes

Acquisition: Given by George Manners, through Michael Turner, 2001

Subjects (LCSH)
   Crimean War, 1853-1856
   Ships and shipping -- Great Britain

Handwriting book of William Inward (aged 13), containing mathematical problems, c. 1887
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. d. 3546
Extent: 55 leaves
Binding: Half black morocco, marbled boards; printed on first leaf: 'Allman & Son, 463, Oxford St. London'
Acquisition: Given by Audrey P. Russell, 1999.

Subjects (LCSH)

'Photographs of Shelley Relics in the Bodleian Library' (one of six bound sets), presented to John Wheeler Williams by Bodley's Librarian, 1899
Shelfmark: MS. Shelley adds. c. 16
Extent: 17 leaves
Binding: Gilt-ruled black morocco
Separated Material: Loose papers, 1901-14, removed from this volume are MS. Eng. c. 3337, fols. 85-8.

Acquisition: Given by Lilian Wheeler Williams, 1981.

MIND Association minute book, 1899-1985
Shelfmark: Dep. d. 895
Extent: 244 leaves
Binding: Green cloth

Includes (fols. 38-9) letters from Charles Mercier to the Association denouncing Lord Haldane and Bertrand Russell as traitors, 1917

History of Organization: The MIND Association was established to advance the education of the public in the subject of philosophy.

Acquisition: Deposited by secretary of the Association, 1998.

Printed obituaries of Sir Henry Wentworth Acland, 1900-3
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. b. 2117
Extent: 314 leaves

Newspaper cuttings mounted on sheets removed from a scrapbook, including

with (fols. 285-314) biographical notes on Henry Wentworth Acland by Dr. H.C. Harley, c.1961-6.

Acquisition: Given by Dr. H.C. Harley, c.1993.

Notes and diary entries of Sir Michael Ernest Sadler, typescript and manuscript, 1910-40
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. d. 3530
Extent: 97 leaves


Acquisition: Given by Professor J. Sislian, 2002.

Related Material: A description of Sadler's papers can be found in M. Clapinson and T.D. Rogers, Summary Catalogue of Post-Medieval Western Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library, Oxford. Acquisitions 1916-1975 (Oxford, 1991), vol. I, nos. 44179-216. See also the catalogue of notebooks and correspondence relating to the German education system, 1897-1938, MSS. Eng. hist. c. 1094, Eng. misc. c. 906; and the catalogue of copies of lectures and talks, correspondence and printed works, 1901-c.1961, MSS. Eng. c. 7116-18.

Subjects (LCSH)
   Education -- England
   Education -- History

Letters and accounts of "Ghostly Sightings" by C. Anne E. Moberly and Eleanor F. Jourdain, 1918-25
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 7341
Extent: 20 leaves


Biographical History: Charlotte Anne Elizabeth Moberly (1846-1937) was Principal of St Hugh's College, Oxford, 1886-1915, and wrote under the name Elizabeth Morison. Eleanor Frances Jourdain (d. 1924) was Principal of St Hugh's College, Oxford, 1915-24. Details are given in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.

Related Material: For papers of C. Anne E. Moberly and Eleanor F. Jourdain, relating to their experiences at Versailles in 1901 see collection-level description of MSS. Eng. misc. c. 257, d. 249-56, e. 221-4, f. 73-5, g. 12-13.

Acquisition: Purchased by Joanna Phillips, 6 October 2006.

Subjects (LCSH)

Typescript lectures on the police in India by E.E. Turner, Inspector-General of Police in Bombay, with some holograph notes, 1935
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. misc. c. 1042
Extent: 66 leaves


Acquisition: Given by Turner's nephew, G.E. Turner, 1976

Subjects (LCSH)
   Police -- India

Notes on C. S. Lewis's lectures for undergraduates, 'Prolegomena to the Study of Medieval Poetry', taken by William Jarvis, 1936
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. d. 2567
Extent: 68 leaves

Including (fols. 67v-8) a sketch, 'The Mediaeval Microcosm'.

Acquisition: Given by William Jarvis, 1994.

Photographs belonging to Germaine Almayrac, c.1936-68
Shelfmark: MS. Photogr. b. 51
Extent: 58 leaves

Comprises photographs of

Separated Material: Loose papers of Germaine Almayrac, 1931-55, removed to MS. Eng. c. 7065, fols. 64-79 (see guard-books).

Acquisition: Given by Germaine Almayrac, 1997.

Subjects (LCSH)
   Rzeczpospolita Polska (Government-in-exile)
   World War, 1939-1945

Printed copy of the 'Havana Charter' - Final act and related documents of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Employment held at Havana, Cuba, autographed by delegates, Nov. 1947-Mar. 1948
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 7206
Extent: 44 leaves

Bought from John Stott, May 2005.

Cassette tape recording of Conservative Party political broadcast by Charles Hill, with short biography, 14 Feb. 1950
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. e. 3458
Extent: 1 item, 1 leaf

Given by Geoffrey Rennard, 2003

Slip-index of manuscripts of Latin classical authors, compiled by Roger Mynors, late 20th cent.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. d. 3542
Extent: 1302 leaves
Acquisition: Given by M. Winterbottom, 1990.

Subjects (LCSH)
   Latin literature -- Indexes

Thesis, 'The contribution of Sir Michael Sadler to the Study of Comparative Education', by J.H. Higginson, submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the University of Leeds, Dec. 1954
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. d. 3531
Extent: ix + 454 leaves
Binding: Green cloth boards, most of fol. 443 torn out and missing.
Acquisition: Given by Mrs. K. Higginson, 2002

Subjects (LCSH)
   Comparative education

Typescript thesis by E. J. Lemmon, 'Plato's method of division', written, but not submitted, for an Oxford B. Phil., c.1955
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. d. 2047
Extent: v + 98 + xiv leaves
Acquisition: Given by David Wiggins, 1990.

Annotated typescript copy of 'Looking Back', the autobiographical memoirs of Douglas R. Bird, antique dealer in Bath, Somerset, late 1950s
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. d. 2830
Extent: 134 leaves
Acquisition: Bought from Mrs. A. Inskeep, 1994.

Two carbon copy typed transcripts concerning the author Henry Miller, 1962-8
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 2818
Extent: i + 33 leaves
Acquisition: Given (provenance not recorded), 1979

Typescript address on John Nowell Linton Myres's presentation for the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Letters at Reading University, 1964
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. d. 3547
Extent: 3 leaves
Binding: Gilt-ruled cream cloth
Acquisition: Given by Professor Robin C. Alston, 1994.

Contributions to an unpublished work on the reputation of Oliver Cromwell in the 19th century, photocopied typescript, c.1968-9
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 6759
Extent: 260 leaves

This was a collaborative project amongst over 50 academics from various institutions in Britain and abroad. The intention was to publish the work in Past & Present but it remains unpublished. The papers include lecture notes, articles, research notes, transcriptions from source material and circulars from Timothy Wright Mason, assistant editor.

Acquisition: Given by Professor Brian Harrison, 2000.

Papers of Dr. Jane Caplan relating to Arnold Toynbee, A study of history, revised and abridged by Toynbee and Caplan (London, 1972), 1970-87
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 7189
Extent: 243 leaves
Acquisition: Given by Dr. Jane Caplan, 2004

Subjects (LCSH)

Papers of the Association for Latin Liturgy, including newsletters and transcripts of talks given to the Association, duplicated typescript, 1971-8
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 7038
Extent: 41 leaves
Acquisition: Given by D.H. Merry, 1978.

Subjects (LCSH)
   Catholic Church -- Liturgy

C.C. Barber, 'Codex Albensis', a transcript of Graz University Library, MS. 211 (Antiphoner, 12th cent., of the Cathedral of Stuhlweißenburg in Hungary), with an introduction, liturgical commentary and index, typescript, 1972
Shelfmark: MS. Lat. liturg. c. 39
Extent: xxxii + 265 leaves
Binding: Black cloth
Acquisition: Given by C.C. Barber, 1973.

Subjects (LCSH)

Transcripts of interviews with Lords of Appeal in Ordinary, conducted by Alan A. Paterson, 1972-3
Shelfmark: Dep. c. 955
Extent: 227 leaves
Acquisition: Deposited by Alan A. Paterson and the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, Oxford, 1973-5. Restricted (MS. Res. c. 203) 1973-1998.

Subjects (LCSH)
   Law -- Great Britain -- Social aspects

Typescript and photocopy of lecture on 'The Bank failure which changed the course of history' delivered by Leslie Morgan to the 2nd European Congress of the International Bank Note Society, 1972, and the British Association of Numismatic Societies, 1974
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 2714
Extent: 69 leaves

With letters from

Acquisition: Given by Leslie Morgan, 1991.

Cassette tape of interview of Harold (later Baron) Wilson by Sarah Street, 12 Nov. 1982
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. d. 2713/1-2
Extent: 1 item, 4 leaves

Mainly relates to the financing of the British film industry in the late 1940s, with (d. 2713/2) typed transcript.

Acquisition: Given by Dr. Sarah Street, 1995.

Gordon N. Ray, 'The Art Deco Book in France', Lyell lectures, typescript, 1985
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. d. 3535
Extent: i + 178 leaves

The James P.R. Lyell Readership in Bibliography at the University of Oxford, was established by statute in 1951. A reader is appointed annually to deliver not less than five lectures on one of the following subjects; bibliography, palaeography, typography, book illustration and old bookbinding, and the science of books and manuscripts.

Acquisition: Given by the Lyell electors, 1985.

Related Material: The Bodleian Library holds published copies of many of the Lyell lectures, see 'Lyell' under Series Title on OLIS.

Subjects (LCSH)

Doctoral thesis by A.M. Garuffi, 'Subcreation, mythopoeia and archetypes in C.S. Lewis's The Chronicles of Narnia', University of Bologna, 1986-7
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 5892
ii + 281 leavesAcquisition: Given by Walter Hooper, 1995

Illustrated poster, 'Hopkins's Monasterevin', designed by Brighid Moloney for the Hopkins International Summer School, n. d. (c.1989)
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. b. 2066
Extent: 1 item
Acquisition: Given by Sr. Brighid Moloney, 1991

Memoirs of Denis Murray (b. 1923), n.d. (before 1990)
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 2193
Extent: i + 122 leaves
Acquisition: Given by the author, 1990

Duplicated typescript of Gilbert Walton, 'The Working Spirit; in Industry and in Nature', with some holograph notes, 1990
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 2195
Extent: 185 leaves
Acquisition: Given by Professor Gilbert Walton, 1990.

Lord Raymond Plant, 'Politics, Theology and History', Sarum Lectures, word-processed, 1991
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 7026
Extent: iii + 322 leaves

The Sarum lectures were a series of theological lectures at the University of Oxford, in support of the Christian Faith. The first Sarum lecturer came into office in 1954 and the Lecturership was officially abolished in 1995.

Acquisition: Given by the University Offices, 1999.

Related Material: The Bodleian Library holds published copies of Sarum lectures for various years, see 'Sarum' under Series Title on OLIS.

Subjects (LCSH)
   Theology -- 20th century

Transcript of three conversations about the Pankhursts and the suffragette movement in Hove and London, between the suffragette, Norah Jarvis, née Barry (b. 1896), and Margaret Newns, in British Columbia, Canada, Mar. -Oct. 1991
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 2736
Extent: 19 leaves
Acquisition: Given by Margaret Newns, 1991

Duplicated typescript of Harold Lock, 'An excerpt from half a century of science at Oxford University (during the days of Professor Soddy)', 1994
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. d. 3413
Extent: ii + 31 pages
Acquisition: Given to the Radcliffe Science Library by Harold Lock and transferred to the Bodleian Library, 1994

Related Material: For papers of Professor Frederick Soddy, see MSS. Eng. misc. b. 170-89

Subjects (LCSH)
   Chemistry -- History -- 20th century

Printed ephemera and newspaper cuttings relating to the film Shadowlands (1994), based on biographical episodes from the life of C. S. Lewis
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 4791
Extent: 66 leaves
Acquisition: Given by various donors, 1994.


VHS tape recording Happy Birthday Barbara: Baroness Castle of Blackburn at 85, A Commemorative Video Celebrating the Birthday of One of the Twentieth Century's Most Outstanding Parliamentarians, Oct. 1995
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. d. 3949
Extent: 1 item

Recorded in the Albert Room, The Grand Hotel, Brighton, by Granada Television.

Acquisition: Transferred from the papers of Trevor Huddleston, Bodleian Library of Commonwealth and African Studies at Rhodes House, June 2007.

Personal names (NCA Rules)
   Castle | Barbara Anne | 1910-2002 | Baroness Castle of Blackburn | Labour Politician

Doctoral thesis by Mineko Honda, 'The Imaginative World of C.S. Lewis: a way of participating in reality', [no university given], [1995]
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 5891
iii + 211 leaves
Acquisition: Given by Walter Hooper, 1995.

Typescript of 'Orphan of the Cold War, the story behind the collapse of the Angolan Peace Process, 1992-3', by Dame Joan Anstee, the UN Under-Secretary General in charge of the operation, c.1996
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. d. 2911

Published in an abridged version, Orphan of the Cold War... (London, 1996).

Acquisition: Given by the author through the United Nations Career Records Project, 1996.

'The sermons of Parson James Woodforde1740-1803 A. D. ', edited by Elizabeth Longmate (external Ph. D., London University), typescript, 1997
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. d. 2971
Extent: ii + 824 pages; blue cloth
Acquisition: Given by Dr. Longmate, 1997.

Tilar Jenon Mazzeo, 'Producing the Romantic "Literary": Travel Literature, Plagiarism and the Italian Shelley/Byron Circle', written for the degree of PhD at the University of Washington, Seattle, 1999
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. d. 3320
Extent: ix + 275 leaves. Fols. 133-67 missing

Includes (fols. 224-309) edited transcript of Edward Williams, 'Sporting Sketches during a Short Stay in Hindustane': Bodleian MS. Shelley adds. e. 21

Acquisition: Given by Dr. Mazzeo, 1999

Portrait after the deathmask of William Blake, by Leonard Baskin, 1999
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. a. 2035
Extent: 1 item
Material: watercolour, gouache and pencil on paper

Mounted watercolour, gouache and pencil portrait of William Blake (labelled 'WM. BLAKE' by artist). Also referenced as JL 874 (Janitor's List of Library Portraits and Objects).

Acquisition: Given by John Windle and Chris Loker in June 2010

Subjects (LCSH)
   Portrait painting -- 20th century

Photograph portrait of Leonard Baskin and Lisa Unger Baskin by Noel Chanan, c. 2000
Shelfmark: MS. Photogr. a. 38
Extent: 1 item
Material: Photograph

Mounted colour photograph portrait of the American artist Leonard Baskin, with his wife Lisa, in Baskin's studio. Also referenced as JL888 (Janitor's List of Library Portraits and Objects).

Acquisition: Purchased, October 2010

Subjects (LCSH)
   Portrait photography

Thesis, John Philips (1676-1709): Life, Works, and Reception, by Juan Christian Pellicer, submitted for the degree of Doctor Artium, in the University of Oslo, Norway, 2002
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. d. 3533
Extent: vi + 480 pages
Acquisition: Given by J.C. Pellicer, 2002.

Personal names (NCA Rules)
   Philips | John | 1676-1709 | poet

'The University on Great Jewry Street : forgotten origins of Oxford, Great Britain, the Empire, the Common Law, New York, King[']s College and the United States by Paul E. Kerson, a Member of the New York Bar', 2007
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 7334
Extent: 125 leaves

Word-processed essay.

Acquisition: Presented to the Library by Paul E. Kerson in 2007.

Typescript of unpublished work, 'Early Islamic history', n.d., by Sir Hamilton Gibb (1895-1971), Arabic scholar
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 2270
Extent: iii + 365 leaves
Acquisition: Given by Professor Wilferd Madelung, 1990.

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