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Wright, William Aldis (1831–1914), literary and biblical scholar
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Letters to William Whewell and Christopher Wordsworth

Includes letters by J. O. Halliwell, J. M. Heath about the August 1846 storm in Cambridge, H. Montagu Butler about a bust of Archdeacon Hare, Vernon Musgrave about a memorial to Archbishop Musgrave, with a draft from William Whewell to Vernon Musgrave.

Wright, William Aldis (1831–1914), literary and biblical scholar

William Aldis Wright: notebook recording Hebrew books borrowed by Herbert Loewe

Notebook with titles of Hebrew books borrowed from William Aldis Wright for cataloguing, accompanied by a letter laid in loose from Loewe to Wright dated 2 Apr. 1908 enclosing a list of Hebrew MSS and printed Bibles in Trinity College Library. Accompanied by an unconnected item, a label for a "Lacerta Monitor Linnaei [a Nile Monitor], Donum Radulphi Izard, Socio-commensalis [of Trinity Hall], 1773", laid in loose at the back.

Wright, William Aldis (1831–1914), literary and biblical scholar

William Aldis Wright: collation of MSS. of the metrical chronicle of Robert of Gloucester

Collation of the British Museum's Cotton Caligula A.xi, and the Bodleian's, Digby 205 done August 13-August 25, 1868, with readings from Trinity College, Cambridge's MS, R.4.26, and University Library, Cambridge's MS Ee.4.31. With two printed poems laid in loose at the back: "One word more" , and a poem beginning "Bright Easter greeting! Lenten time is o'er", both signed C.H.P.

Wright, William Aldis (1831–1914), literary and biblical scholar

Letters from Theodor Aufrecht to William Aldis Wright

Two letters. One dated 16 May 1869 asks for two copies of his Sanskrit catalogue in sheets and is accompanied by an incomplete offprint review of the catalogue. The other letter, dated 9 February 1877, thanks Wright for sending him the MS, which he has sent on; he has just printed his second edition of Rigvenda and is heading to Munich. With a note by W.A.W. at top noting that MS R.3.32 was sent by registered letter.

Wright, William Aldis (1831–1914), literary and biblical scholar

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