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Excerpt from A Second Letter to the Earl of Ellesmere, on the Management of the Library of Printed Books in the British Museum The Library, according to the Preface, now consists of nearly volumes, amongst which there are no fewer than 700 volumes of Tracts upon every subject. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
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Author: John Edward Gray
Publisher: Wentworth Press
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Author: British Museum. Department of ManuscriptsPublish On: 1880
Egerton ( Francis ) , 1st Earl of Ellesmere ( Continued ) . Letters to J. Hunter ,
1846 . ... Letter to Lord Spencer , 1630. 25,079 , f . 98 . ... Egerton ( Thomas ) ,
Baron Ellesmere , and 1st Viscount Brackley , Lord Chancellor . Correspondence
Shortly after the publication of the Earl of Ellesmere's letter I had an interview with
his Lordship , accompanied by Earl ... with that conviction that he had already
written to Lord John Russell , urging the necessity of securing my Inventions .
A Letter to the Earl of Ellesmere on the subject of a new alphabetical catalogue of
printed books in the British Museum . Privately printed ( London ) , 1849 .
COLLIER ( John P . ) . A supplementary Letter to the Earl of Ellesmere ,
occasioned by ...
Among the letters Whewell received in regard to his Essay, the most remarkable
came from seventy-four-year-old ... Whewell no doubt answered the letter of
Francis Egerton, first earl of Ellesmere (1800–57), whose uncle had endowed the
Author: Michael J. Crowe
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Detailed, scholarly study examines the ideas that developed between 1750 and 1900 regarding the existence of intelligent extraterrestrial life, including those of Kant, Herschel, Voltaire, Lowell, many others. 16 illustrations.
The transcript of two Italian letters, No. ... Cambridge, M. H. Omont of the
Bibliotheque Nationale, Mr W. B. Briggs of the Harvard Library, Mr F. J. Snell of
the Inner Temple, Mr E. Galen Thompson, Librarian to the Earl of Ellesmere, the
Author: James Arthur Muller
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This volume, first published in 1933, contains the letters of Stephen Gardner, secretary to Cardinal Wolsey during the reign of King Henry VIII.
Author: Francis Egerton Earl of EllesmerePublish On: 1840
Francis Egerton Earl of Ellesmere. And that donne ... We gather from the
subjoined copy of a letter from the Attorney General to Lord Burghley , that the
latter had referred Sir Richard Martin to the former on the subject of securities . A
There are eleven letters , 1860–1875 , of Walter Bagehot ; seven letters of
Benjamin Disraeli ( one of them to the Duke of Richmond ) , 1835– 1880 , with
related items ; four letters from Francis Egerton , Earl of Ellesmere , also with
121. 122. 123. 124. 125. 126. 127. 128. 129. CSPD 1635, 330. Earl of Strafforde's Letters, i. 435. Earl of Strafforde's Letters, i. 463; Huntington Library, Ellesmere
MS 6540. Huntington Library, Ellesmere MS 6547; Earl of Strafforde's Letters, i.
Author: David Cressy
Publisher: OUP Oxford
The story of the reign of Charles I — told through the lives of his people. Prize-winning historian David Cressy mines the widest range of archival and printed sources, including ballads, sermons, speeches, letters, diaries, petitions, proclamations, and the proceedings of secular and ecclesiastical courts, to explore the aspirations and expectations not only of the king and his followers, but also the unruly energies of many of his subjects, showing how royal authority was constituted, in peace and in war — and how it began to fall apart. A blend of micro-historical analysis and constitutional theory, parish politics and ecclesiology, military, cultural, and social history, Charles I and the People of England is the first major attempt to connect the political, constitutional, and religious history of this crucial period in English history with the experience and aspirations of the rest of the population. From the king and his ministers to the everyday dealings and opinions of parishioners, petitioners, and taxpayers, David Cressy re-creates the broadest possible panorama of early Stuart England, as it slipped from complacency to revolution.
Copy of my letter to the Earl of Ellesmere , President of the Shakespeare Society ,
repeating my request for the name of the author of the anonymous article . —
March 14th . 4. Mr. Payne Collier informing me , that he is the responsible editor
Author: Society for the diffusion of useful knowledgePublish On: 1858
In 1846 he was created Earl of an imitator , or to tame down his wild notes to the
orthodox Ellesmere and Viscount Brackley , titles nearly corresponding tunes ...
held the title of Viscount Brackley , and had ing them with a ' Letter to Lord Byron .
Author: Society for the diffusion of useful knowledge