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William Whewell letters received: Cairnes to Didron

The third of fifteen boxes of primarily incoming correspondence (Add.MS.a.200-214), arranged roughly A-Z by correspondent.

Whewell, William (1794-1866), college head and writer on the history and philosophy of science

William Whewell letters received: Digby to Froude

The fourth of fifteen boxes of primarily incoming correspondence (Add.MS.a.200-214), arranged roughly A-Z by correspondent. Letters from James David Forbes are housed in the next box, Add.MS.a.204.

Whewell, William (1794-1866), college head and writer on the history and philosophy of science

William Whewell letters received: James David Forbes

The fifth of fifteen boxes of primarily incoming correspondence (Add.MS.a.200-214), arranged roughly A-Z by correspondent. This box contains letters from James David Forbes, a bit out of alphabetical sequence, coming as it does after a box of letters incoming from Digby to Froude.

Whewell, William (1794-1866), college head and writer on the history and philosophy of science

William Whewell letters received: L

The ninth of fifteen boxes of primarily incoming correspondence (Add.MS.a.200-214), arranged roughly A-Z by correspondent.

Whewell, William (1794-1866), college head and writer on the history and philosophy of science

William Whewell letters received: Herschel to Kohl

The eighth of fifteen boxes of primarily incoming correspondence (Add.MS.a.200-214), arranged roughly A-Z by correspondent.

Whewell, William (1794-1866), college head and writer on the history and philosophy of science

William Whewell letters received: Gage to Harris

The sixth of fifteen boxes of primarily incoming correspondence (Add.MS.a.200-214), arranged roughly A-Z by correspondent. Letters from Julius Charles Hare are housed in Add.Ms.a.206.

Whewell, William (1794-1866), college head and writer on the history and philosophy of science

William Whewell letters received: N-P

The eleventh of fifteen boxes of primarily incoming correspondence (Add.MS.a.200-214), arranged roughly A-Z by correspondent.

Whewell, William (1794-1866), college head and writer on the history and philosophy of science

William Whewell: papers relating to museum pictures, variations on the prayer book and botanical gardens

Five groups of material previously assigned letter classifications [by Isaac Todhunter?] as follows:
Items 1-18: "XVIII" Museum Pictures etc.
Items 19-22: "XIX" Variations in the Prayer Book
Items 23-49: "XX" Botanic Gardens &c.
Items 50-51: "XXI" Murdoch [a miscellany]
Items 52-55: "XXII" Todhunter notebooks labelled 1794-1832, 1833-1846, 1847-1860, 1861-1866

Whewell, William (1794-1866), college head and writer on the history and philosophy of science

William Whewell: letters to Commissioners and Fellows, papers relating to monuments to Hare, Macaulay and Sedgwick, bust of Tennyson, university studies prior to 1848 and international law

Eight groups of material previously assigned letter classifications [by Isaac Todhunter?] as follows:
Items 1-8: 'XI' Letters to Commissioners & Fellows
Items 9-18: 'XII' Statue of Macaulay, Bust of Hare, and Picture of Professor Sedgwick
Items 19-35: 'XIII' Divinity
Items 36-48: 'XIV' Bust of Tennyson
Items 49-64: 'XV' University studies prior to 1848
Items 65-92: 'XVI' International Law
Items 93-94: not assigned
Items 95-121: 'XVII' Miscellaneous letters

Whewell, William (1794-1866), college head and writer on the history and philosophy of science

William Whewell: Vice Chancellor's book 1842-1843, papers relating to Great St Mary's Church, letters on Francis Bacon statue, miscellaneous letters, verses, translations, papers relating to the parliamentary elections, the mathematical tripos and the Wrangham prize

Ten groups of material previously assigned letter classifications [by Isaac Todhunter?] as follows:
"XXIII" Vice-Chancellorship: Items 1-8
"XXIV" Great St Mary's Church: Items 9-19
"XXV" Letters on the Bacon statue: Items 20-22
"XXVI" William Buckland letters: Items 23-40
"XXVII" Captain de Bachelli letters: Items 41-45
"XXVIII" Letters from P. O'Callaghan, J. Rowley & Gabrielle Littrow: Items 46-51
"XXIX" Miscellaneous verses, translations, etc.: Items 52-56
"XXX" Parliamentary Elections: Items 57-73
"XXXI" Mathematical Tripos: Items 74-79
"XXXII" Wrangham Prize: Items 80-88

Whewell, William (1794-1866), college head and writer on the history and philosophy of science

William Whewell: diplomas and membership certificates, notes on College statutes, letters to Henry Montagu Butler concerning an appeal to purchase Whewell relics

Three groups of material previously assigned letter classifications [by Isaac Todhunter?] as follows:
Items 1-14: "XXXIV" Diplomas
Items 15-15a: "XXXVI" Notes &c. re College statutes
Items 16-52: "XXXVII" Letters to Dr Butler from donors to fund

Whewell, William (1794-1866), college head and writer on the history and philosophy of science

William Whewell: papers relating to society memberships, the Royal Commission, Trinity College chapel, the Edinburgh chair, the Poll Course examination and the establishment of the Moral & Natural Sciences tripos

Five groups of material previously assigned letter classifications [by Isaac Todhunter?] as follows:
Items 1-20: 'VI' Bundle of papers on Royal Society &c.
Items 21-31: 'VII' Preliminary to Royal Commission and consequent proceedings up to issue of Commission
Items 32-51: 'VIII' Letters to Seniors (Chapel) [and the Edinburgh chair]
Items 52-74: 'IX' Poll Course Examinations &c.
Items 75-92: 'X' Papers connected with establishment of the Moral & Natural Science tripos

Whewell, William (1794-1866), college head and writer on the history and philosophy of science

William Whewell collection of passports and printed ephemera from Continental trips, with other printed material

A bound volume with 44 items tipped in, many of them collected during trips to the Continent and an 1825 visit to Vienna in particular. Eight passports for Whewell are dated 1820-1839, and are accompanied by playbills, handbills, museum and gallery catalogues, coach tickets, price lists, pamphlets, advertisements, offprints, clippings, and a MS poem apparently written on the publication of Whewell's book on inductive sciences. Playbills, handbills and pamphlets from Vienna in late summer/early autumn 1825 include those for Kotzebue's "Das Epigramm", Friedrich Kind's "Der Freischütz", Adolph Bäuerle's "Fausts Mantel", a firework spectacular by Paul Chiarini, an exhibition of paintings by Johann Peter Krafft and a museum catalogue to the Schloss Ambras collection [by curator Alois Primisser], with an appendix describing ethnographic collections gathered in the South Sea islands and Greenland.

The other printed material dates from roughly the same time period and includes the lithograph plates and key from the Descriptive Catalogue sold at the exhibition of Sir George Hayter's painting "The Trial of Queen Caroline", an account of a dinner in honour of Sir John Malcolm, and a lithograph of a University of Virginia examination in Plane Trigonometry in Dec. 1826, a handbill printed in Cambridge advertising Spence's Invention of a Perpetual Motion machine, and a list of "Soirées françaises par souscription" in London in June 1825.

Whewell, William (1794-1866), college head and writer on the history and philosophy of science

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