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Transcripts and collations of John Wyclif's De Ente

Transcripts of Trinity MS B.16.2, with collations of MSS at the National Library in Prague, Vienna, and Stockholm, gathered for Wyclif Society publications. A note accompanying the papers indicates that the rest of the transcripts were destroyed after they were published.

Wyclif Society

Letter from H. Montagu Butler to Robert Sinker

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Trinity Lodge, Cambridge
March 10th 1891.

My dear Librarian,

I have the pleasure of sending you, in a truly splendid dress, the Autograph Score of Doctor Hubert Parry’s “Blest Pair of Sirens.”

I am to-day writing to thank him for his generous gift, which was formally accepted by the Council last Friday {1}.

The letters of Doctor Parry and Professor Stanford {2}, which I enclose, will, I trust, be preserved.

Believe me to be
Most truly yours
H. Montagu Butler

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{1} 6 Mar.

{2} The other two letters pasted into this volume.

Letter from C. V. Stanford to H. Montagu Butler

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10 Harvey Road | Cambridge
March 2. 1891

My dear Master,

I have the pleasure to send you with this the original autograph score of Hubert Parry’s ‘Blest pair of Syrens,’ which he wishes to present to the College for the Library. It struck me some time ago that as the College possessed the Manuscript of the poem, {1} it would be of interest & of value to them to possess also the original of the magnificent musical setting. Parry was, as is his nature, most unwilling at first to do anything which looked (as he put it) so “bumptious,” but I quieted his qualms on that point.

I send you herewith a letter {2} he wrote to me asking me to forward the score to the Council, & which, as it is really addressed to them altho’ through my mediation, I should be glad, if they wish, to leave in their hands.

Believe me, my dear Master,
yrs very truly
C V Stanford

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{1} R.3.4.

{2} Parry’s letter of 28 Feb., also pasted into this volume.

Letter from C. Hubert H. Parry to Charles Villiers Stanford

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Royal College of Music, Kensington Gore, London, S.W.

My dear Charlie

You told me some time ago that I should be doing nothing amiss if I offered the original score of my setting of Miltons Ode “Blest Pair of Sirens” to be deposited in the Library of Trinity—An honour I should not presume to think of on my own account. I have had it put into a coat probably more worthy of such a position—as coats go—than the work itself, & confide it to you as its best possible godfather. Which you have been from the beginning!

Ever yours
C. Hubert H Parry

Letter from William Busfield to J. W. Clark

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South Cave Yorkshire
March 25th, 1872

Dear Sir,

My cousin, Mr J. A. Busfeild who now tenants Upwood, has discovered a short autograph letter of Lord Byron, and has sent me a Copy which I forward to you. From its brevity I fear it will hardly answer your expectation[,] but at least you may like to know what was its natur[e] and purport

Believe me
Yours very faithfu[lly]
W Busfeild

[Docketed, by Clark:] March 25. W. Busfeild | Byron’s letter.

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The back leaf of the sheet has been torn away, and the ends of a couple of lines are missing.

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