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Extracts from and proofs of articles in journals concerning classical hexameters in English verse
Extracts from and proofs of articles in journals concerning classical hexameters in English verse
Letter from Thomas Gamlen Bunt
Letter from Thomas Gamlen Bunt
Notes and drafts of reviews of translations of Goethe's "Hermann und Dorothea"
Notes and drafts of reviews of translations of Goethe's "Hermann und Dorothea"
Letter from Thomas Gamlen Bunt
Letter from Thomas Gamlen Bunt
List of hexameter papers by Isaac Todhunter
List of hexameter papers by Isaac Todhunter
Letters from Thomas Gamlen Bunt
Letters from Thomas Gamlen Bunt
Draft, preface to 'The mathematical works of Isaac Barrow"
Draft, preface to 'The mathematical works of Isaac Barrow"
Draft, "The philosophy of the inductive sciences, founded upon their history, [volume the second]"
Draft, "The philosophy of the inductive sciences, founded upon their history, [volume the second]"
Miscellaneous poems, undated
Miscellaneous poems, undated
Notes on the anemometer by S.J.P.
Notes on the anemometer by S.J.P.
Letter from William Whewell
Letter from William Whewell
Draft, with first heading "That real science is progressive"
Draft, with first heading "That real science is progressive"
Drafts concerning Newton's Principia, an appendix to the Statics, table of contents for Mechanics of Engineering
Drafts concerning Newton's Principia, an appendix to the Statics, table of contents for Mechanics of Engineering
Partial draft of The Platonic dialogues for English readers
Partial draft of The Platonic dialogues for English readers
Sketches of Goslar, Germany
Sketches of Goslar, Germany
Notes on miscellaneous subjects: Warburton, Cumberland, "The Siege of Corinth", etc.
Notes on miscellaneous subjects: Warburton, Cumberland, "The Siege of Corinth", etc.
Draft, "On the Idea of Causation" and "On the Idea of Reaction"
Draft, "On the Idea of Causation" and "On the Idea of Reaction"
Cuttings of reviews of several of Whewell's works
Cuttings of reviews of several of Whewell's works
Miscellaneous notes, and fragments of writings on political economy
Miscellaneous notes, and fragments of writings on political economy
Letters from Edmund Sharpe
Letters from Edmund Sharpe
Letter from Lord Byron to William Clark
Letter from Lord Byron to William Clark
‘The Character of Alfred the great is superior to that of the Czar Peter of Russia and his Virtues were more advantageous to his Country’, an English declamation by Joseph Acomb
‘The Character of Alfred the great is superior to that of the Czar Peter of Russia and his Virtues were more advantageous to his Country’, an English declamation by Joseph Acomb
Letter from William Busfield to J. W. Clark
Letter from William Busfield to J. W. Clark
‘Charles the 2nd w[oul]d not have been justified in pardoning Algernon Sydney’, an English declamation by George Burges
‘Charles the 2nd w[oul]d not have been justified in pardoning Algernon Sydney’, an English declamation by George Burges
Letter from William Busfield to J. W. Clark
Letter from William Busfield to J. W. Clark
‘Oliver Cromwell would have consulted his interest by accepting the Crown’, an English declamation by James Cairncross
‘Oliver Cromwell would have consulted his interest by accepting the Crown’, an English declamation by James Cairncross
‘Alfred was a greater benefactor to Great Britain than Elizabeth’, an English declamation by C. A. Caldwell
‘Alfred was a greater benefactor to Great Britain than Elizabeth’, an English declamation by C. A. Caldwell
‘Edward the 3d did not consult the Interest of England, in pretending to the Crown of France’, an English declamation by J. B. Cambel
‘Edward the 3d did not consult the Interest of England, in pretending to the Crown of France’, an English declamation by J. B. Cambel
‘Cromwel [sic] would not have consulted his interest by accepting the Crown’, an English declamation by Augustus Campbell
‘Cromwel [sic] would not have consulted his interest by accepting the Crown’, an English declamation by Augustus Campbell
‘The civil liberty of England would have been as effectually & as happily secured, as it was by the Revolution of 1688, had the Reformation not previously taken place’, an English declamation by John Carr
‘The civil liberty of England would have been as effectually & as happily secured, as it was by the Revolution of 1688, had the Reformation not previously taken place’, an English declamation by John Carr
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