4 edition of Some unpublished letters of Sir Walter Scott, from the collection in the Brotherton library found in the catalog.
Some unpublished letters of Sir Walter Scott, from the collection in the Brotherton library
Sir Walter Scott
|Statement||compiled by J. Alexander Symington.|
|Contributions||Symington, John Alexander, ed.|
|LC Classifications||PR5334 .A68 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 194 p.|
|Number of Pages||194|
|LC Control Number||73011308|
NASA Images Solar System Collection Ames Research Center Brooklyn Museum Full text of " The life of Major-General James Wolfe; founded on original documents and illustrated by his correspondence, including numerous unpublished letters contributed from the family papers of noblemen and gentlemen, descendants of his companions ". The Library owes its outstanding library of books and manuscripts to Lord Brotherton of Wakefield () and subsequently his family. Edward Allen Brotherton was actually born in Manchester. He left school at 15, worked in a hardware store and also a chemical laboratory and in the evening studied chemistry at Owens College, Manchester.
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The Letters of Sir Walter Scott & Charles Kirkpatrick Sharpe to Robert Chambers ( Chambers) Collected Works ( Dent Everyman Library) - 25 vols (Ed) Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border () - Edited by Alfred Noyes Some Unpublished Letters from the Collection in the Brotherton Library ( Oxford).
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Brooklyn Museum. Full text of "The Letters Of Sir Walter Scott. Series consists predominantly of photocopies, [ca. ]–[ca. ], of letters written and received by Walter Scott that are described in the Millgate Union Catalogue of Walter Scott, as well as some published and unpublished items and es letters held at the National Library of Scotland and letters held in various libraries and collections worldwide.
Hammerschmidt, Sören Social Authorship and the Mediation of Memory in Anne Grant’s Poetry. European Romantic Review, Vol. 30, Issue. 2, p. Literary Coteries and the Making of Modern Print Culture offers the first study of manuscript-producing coteries Cited by: It supplements other, more specialised sections of the Brotherton Collection which focus on the period History is well represented, as is literature.
Other works in the collection cover aspects of early science, travel, poetry, drama, British politics and government. Authors include Lord Byron, Walter Scott, William Blake and.
by Rhian Isaac, Leeds Central Library; I was inspired to take a closer look at our Alf Mattison Collection after I heard Professor Malcolm Chase from the University of Leeds deliver a talk a few weeks ago to a busy room about this fascinating but somewhat shadowy figure.
This was a man who despite his active involvement in the socialist movement from its very. Manuscripts, Archives and Special Collections (MASC) at Washington State University Libraries offers to scholars the major part of the personal library of Leonard and Virginia Woolf, comprising some 4, titles, which was still in the possession of Leonard Woolf before his death in The Libraries acquired the first boxes from the Woolfs’ London home and from the Monks.
Abbreviations and Short Titles. Am.: American. Arsenal: Bibliothèque de l’Arsenal, Paris. Autobiog.: John Stuart Mill, Autobiography, ed. with an Introduction and Notes by Jack Stillinger (Boston, ) Bain, JSM: Alexander Bain, John Stuart Mill: A Criticism: With Personal Recollections, London, Bernard: Mountague Bernard, A Historical Account of the.
Victoria, Queen of Great Britain, Autographs of Queen Victoria and King Edward VII, with related material. University of Leeds, Brotherton Library, Leeds University Library: referencedIn: E. Correspondence of the Trustees of Sir R.
Peel's papers, PAPERS. Vol. CCCCXXXV (ff. In the library of Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bt (), book and manuscript collector: Phillipps MS Sotheby's, 24 Junelot ff.
3r-2v rev. Abstract: This collection contains the papers of English author, editor, bibliographer, and journalist Wilfred Partington (), who was editor of the Bookman’s Journal and Print Collector from to Includes manuscripts by Partington and other authors, as well as correspondence mainly relating to Partington's work with the Bookman's Journal, his books about Sir Walter.
The collection consists of documents dating from toincluding many imperial and papal letters, acts and other material, compiled at some point in the middle of the sixth century. Some of the documents are unique, making the work an important scholarly resource.
Algernon Charles Swinburne. Algernon Charles Swinburne () was one of the great poets of the Victorian era. From early on Swinburne delighted in flouting the sensibilities of his day, and at least some of his reputation as a 'decadent' poet is well-founded, given his deep-seated atheism, sadomasochism, and frequent treatment of taboo subjects.
It was a landmark in the development of historical lexicography and was an inspiration for later lexicographers, including Sir James Murray, founding editor of the OED. Susan Rennie's account of Jamieson's work and the methods he developed interweaves biography, lexicography, and linguistic, social, and book history to present a rounded account.
ALS, 22 Dec. , in the Brotherton Library. 33 Unpub. ALS [14 Nov.in the Brotherton Library. 34 For an illuminating analysis of the issue see Kenneth Graham, English Criticism of the iVovel (Oxford, ), pp.
35 See Lang's letters of 1 Nov. [I and 9 Nov. , both unpublished and kept in the Brotherton Library. The British Library, London. The Brotherton Collection, University of Leeds. The Harry Ransom Center, A Book of Old Letters Chosen from her Collection, with Some Memories of her Own, etc.
London: pp. – [RLG ] fairy writing and re-creation of national identity in the narratives of Walter Scott. 38 LETTERS OF SIR WALTER SCOTT (5 )get me a copy of the music belonging to Shakespeare,1 (5 )which was publishd some short time ago, you will oblige (5 )me much, as I find it impossible to get it here.
(5 )I think I ha ve found out a remedy for my troublesome. Albyn's anthology, or, A select collection of the melodies & vocal poetry peculiar to Scotland & the Isles: hitherto unpublished / (Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, ), by Walter Scott and Alexander Campbell (page images at HathiTrust).
The Life and adventures of Robinson Crusoe (London, New York (3 East 14th St.), Felling-on-Tyne: Walter Scott Pub. Co., ), by Daniel Defoe, Daniel Defoe, T. Eyre Macklin, Daniel Defoe, and Walter Scott Publishing Co (page images at Florida) The Life and adventures of Robinson Crusoe (Chicago: Donohue, Henneberry & Co., c).
Knight: “Unpublished Letters from John Stuart Mill to Professor Nichol,” ed. William Knight, in Fortnightly Review, LXVII (May, ), LSE: The British Library of Political and Economic Science, at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
LWR: London and Westminster Review, Leeds: Brotherton Library, University. The Guide to the Cataloged Collections in the Manuscript Department of the William R. Perkins Library, Duke University does not contain complete information on the holdings of the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library.
Additional access to the Library's holdings may be found in the the Library's Finding Aids, the Duke University. Arents Collection, The New York Public Library, New York Arizona Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona Armitt Trust The Armitt Trust, Ambleside, England Armytage (1) “Robert Browning and Mrs.
Pattison: Some Unpublished Letters,” ed. W.H.G. Armytage, University of Toronto Quarterly, 21 () Armytage (2). Library. Top American Libraries NASA Images Solar System Collection Ames Research Center.
Brooklyn Museum. Full text of "Serampore letters: being the unpublished correspondence of William Carey and others with John Williams, " See other formats. A note (f. v) by Humfrey Wanley (), scholar and librarian, records on 30 July that eight or nine years earlier Robert Harley lent this book to Queen Anne ‘upon the account of divers Original Letters &c.
written by the Royal Family’, which, on its return, Wanley extracted and inserted into a separate collection. With autograph corrections and notes. Cataloger’s Note: the “Chronological List of Correspondents” appears to be missing. Also, many of the originals of these letters are in the collection, but a significant number have been removed by Partington, including original letters by: Max Beerbohm, Joseph Conrad, H.
Rider Haggard, William Orpen, and Thomas James Wise. Much of the Reference Materials consist of transcripts, some handwritten, but most of them typed, of letters which were still largely unpublished in when Rutgers acquired the Symington Collection.
Some of the most outstanding, such as a selection of Henry James' letters to Sir Edmund Gosse, have only been in print since Victoria, Queen of Great Britain, Autograph letters in the third person (20): various places, to the Duke of Cambridge, July Dec.
Pierpont Morgan Library. The following boxes are located off-site: Series III-Series VIII (boxes ); Series IX-Series XI (boxes ); Series XII-Series XIII (boxes ). You will need to request this material from the Rare Book and Manuscript Library at least three business days in advance to use the collection in the Rare Book and Manuscript Library reading room.
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Guide to the Fales Manuscript Collection circa MSS Phone: () [email protected] Fales Library and Special Collections. Collection processed by Tania Friedel, Philip Lauer, Marvin J. Taylor, Revised by Julia Lloyd,and Colin Wells, Walter, Sir (): 40 letters, mostly to Colles.
English & Related Literature 17th and 18th Century Poetry from the Brotherton Library, University of Leeds (); and of Sir Walter Scott's Tales of a grandfather (). There is also a sixteenth-century edition of Thucydides, once part of the Royal Library, sold by the British Museum as a duplicate in Author: Olivia Else.
(3rd edition, ), which is based on the General International Standard Archival Description (ISAD(G)), second edition. Normalised for publication by Archives Hub University of Manchester Library Eng MSSElizabeth Gaskell Manuscript Collection c 11 subfonds Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell English.
Biographical History of Elizabeth Gaskell. Records for the Scott Macfie book collection, incorporating the libraries of several Gypsy Lore Society members, may be found in the catalogue of Liverpool University Library and the records can be searched as a group under the local call number SPEC Scott Macfie.
The Brotherton Collection, University of Leeds Library. Leeds University Library (The Brotherton Library): MSS /2. Letters from Hugh Williams to Benjamin Gott; f.
51rv, dated 9th June and f. 52, dated 10th July Mitchell Library, Glasgow: WILLIAMS, Hugh William: Catalogue of Views in Greece, Italy, Sicily and the Ionian Islands.
Edinburgh  with MSS. Title Page and pages Of o letters collected, were included in the two-volume edition. Arranged as found.
Majority of letters are photocopies. Some are Mary Lago’s transcripts or notes, often in shorthand. Duplicate set deposited by PNF at King’s College, Cambridge Library.
Some folders were empty, but were retained. Anne Toner provides an original account of the history of ellipsis marks - dots, dashes and asterisks - in English literary writing.
Highlighting ever-renewing interest in these forms of non-completion in literature, Toner demonstrates how writers have striven to get closer to the hesitancies and interruptions of spoken language, the indeterminacies of thought, and the Cited by: 6.
Brotherton Library, University of Leeds LS2 9JT 6–7pm £5 please book in advance. Jane Smiley: In Conversation. Writing across Continents. Treasures of the Brotherton Collection – Festival. Sir Walter Scott's Novels.
41 Vols. 8vo. The last nine Vols. Boards. *** Correspondents sending Lists Of Books wanted are requested to send their names. *** Letters, stating particulars and lowest price, carriage free, to be sent to Mr. Bell, Publisher. Life: In the fall of Elizabeth Sharp became increasingly uncomfortable at Phenice Croft: “The damp, autumnal days in the little cottage on its clay soil, and the fatigue of constantly going up and down to town in order to do the work of the Art Critic for the Glasgow Herald – which I for some time had undertaken – proved too severe a strain on me.If the mystery should hereafter be unravelled, it will be probably by the discovery of some letters or papers of a domestic nature, which either slumber in private repositories, or remain unnoticed in public collections.” — Letter by David Jardine, Editor of “Criminal Trials,” to Sir Henry Ellis, F.R.S., “Archæologia,” pp.
University of Leeds Library, Online Facsimile of Brotherton Collection, MS Lt q D7. Case Study: Katherine Austen’s Book M (British Library, MS Add. ) Hammons, Pamela S. “Penelope, Prophet, or Poet? Strategic Self-Figurations in Katherine Austen’s ‘Book M’,” in Poetic Resistance: English Women Writers and the Early Modern.