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Add. MS a/718 · Pièce · 19th century
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Printed illustration from 'Happy New Year' card pasted to inside front cover. Bookplate, 'Ex Libris Bryan William James Hall', with coat of arms and illustration, pasted to front free endpaper.

Numerous autographs, mostly in the form of ends of letters and addresses on envelopes, pasted into book. Notes beneath items (sometimes also pasted in) often identify writers. Complete letters etc have been described in individual records dependent to this one, referenced by their folio numbers; signatures and addressees are referenced by linked authority record only. Some names remain undeciphered.

Letter from an unidentified person
Add. MS a/79/523 · Pièce · [19th cent.]
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Includes an essay "On Hanno from the Latin of Kluge", possibly by Robert Leslie Ellis?, as well as three sheets written in French, also possibly by Robert Leslie Ellis (Items 502-505). Item 512, written from Morden and dated 15 June 1814, is written to "My dear Ellis", possibly Francis Ellis. Includes a letter addressed to Miss C. E. Marshall, Nile House, Sennen Cove, Lands End, Cornwall.

Add. MS a/79/522 · Pièce · 15 June 1814
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Includes an essay "On Hanno from the Latin of Kluge", possibly by Robert Leslie Ellis?, as well as three sheets written in French, also possibly by Robert Leslie Ellis (Items 502-505). Item 512, written from Morden and dated 15 June 1814, is written to "My dear Ellis", possibly Francis Ellis. Includes a letter addressed to Miss C. E. Marshall, Nile House, Sennen Cove, Lands End, Cornwall.

MONK/C/1/76 · Pièce · 19 Jan 1845
Fait partie de Papers of the Monk and Sanford families

Viva voce for the previous examination the following day, William Thomson beaten to the Senior Wranglership by an unknown Johnian of the name of Parkinson [Stephen Parkinson], Blackburn and Rendall of Trinity good Wranglers, Thorp still vice-master