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Letter from Samuel Parr to George Butler
BUTJ/M/2/1/24 · Item · 10 Dec 1808
Parte de Papers of Sir James Butler (J. R. M. Butler)

justification of GB's actions during the rebellion, Parr's relations with Butler and Henry Drury, Lowndes an enemy. Accompanied by a later note by Sarah Maria Butler dated 29 June 1871 noting the content of the Parr letters and that she has given some Parr letters to Harrow.

Classical prize poems
BUTJ/L/1 · Documento · 1869-1932
Parte de Papers of Sir James Butler (J. R. M. Butler)

Printed Gaisford Prize: Greek Theocritean Verse by John Arthur Godley, 1869, and Gaisford Prize, Greek Prose 1907, Herodotus at the Zoo by John Davidson Beazley, with Prolusiones Academicae, or Exercises which having obtained prizes in the University of Cambridge will be recited in the Senate-House on 11 June 1932.

Miscellaneous writings
BUTJ/L/20 · Item · 1901-c 1940
Parte de Papers of Sir James Butler (J. R. M. Butler)

Includes a draft of a thanksgiving prayer by Bishop Taylor, a printed poem "Trinity Lodge, Cambridge" done at Christmas 1901 by E. W. H., and a Latin poem translation by H. A. J. Muro headed "I've seen so many changeful years."

Miscellanea relating to David Gray
HOUG/9/376-384 · Item
Parte de Papers of Richard Monckton Milnes, Lord Houghton

Including: two photographs of David Gray's brother Matthew, HOUG/376-377 (1865);
photographs of Gray's mother Ann and brother Andrew, HOUG/9/378-379 (1860s?);
MS poem to Richard Monckton Milnes, 'supposed to have been written after David's last visit to England' (1861), with printed verses, HOUG/9/380-383
Printed notice re monument to David Gray, HOUG/9/384 (1865);

Letter from William Logan to James Maclehose
HOUG/DD/20/15/encl. No. 9 · Parte · 16 Sept. 1865
Parte de Papers of Richard Monckton Milnes, Lord Houghton

On printed notepaper, 21 Maxwell Street, Glasgow. - He and Hedderwick are taken aback by Buchanan's note to Mrs Gray. Houghton should see the enclosed correspondence soon, including Macmillan's 'kind, practical letter'; has arranged it by date for Maclehose to number.

Letter from William Logan to James Maclehose
HOUG/DD/20/15/encl. No. 1 · Parte · 14 Aug. 1865
Parte de Papers of Richard Monckton Milnes, Lord Houghton

On printed notepaper for 21 Maxwell Street, Glasgow. - Mrs Gray brought the enclosed notes from Buchanan and Freeland. Logan does not think Buchanan is reliable: some time ago Miss James advised David Gray's late father to delay publishing a new edition but recommended Buchanan, to whom many manuscripts were sent; hopes Macmillan can undertake publication instead as Logan does not wish to be associated with Buchanan.