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Peacock and Thompson Family Autograph Album

Album containing over 250 letters, notes, documents, unaccompanied envelopes, printed items, and photographic prints carrying the handwriting and/or autographs of sovereigns, prelates, government ministers, peers, authors, and Trinity College masters and professors, with a few unusual items in addition. The material appears to have been largely culled from the correspondence of George Peacock, his wife Frances Peacock, her father William Selwyn, and her second husband William Hepworth Thompson, with a few unrelated items. Most date from the 19th century but there are a few items from the 18th century.

Among those represented are King George III, Charles Babbage, E.W. Benson, the 15th Earl of Derby, the 7th Duke of Devonshire, W. E. Gladstone, Lord Houghton, Charles Kingsley, H. W. Longfellow, Lord Macaulay, Sir Robert Peel, John Ruskin, Adam Sedgwick, Alfred, Lord Tennyson, Anthony Trollope, and William Whewell; there are in addition a miniature handwritten Lord's Prayer in a circle no larger than 15mm across, a carte-de-visite photograph souvenir 'balloon letter' from the Paris siege of 1870 with an image of the newspaper 'La Cloche', and a photographic print of Lane's portrait of George Peacock.

Ellis, Mary Viner (1857-1928) great-niece of George Peacock

Papers of W. Aldis Wright relating to philology, etc.

This is a miscellaneous collection of letters, printed papers, and memoranda relating to a number of Wright’s philological and literary interests, including English dialects and the works of Shakespeare.

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

Copy letter from Ida Wild to J. G. Frazer

Sharron [Sharrow?] House, Sidkup [Sidcup], Kent. Dated November 27, 1911 - Transcribes a clipping advertising cauls for sale, one male, one female as evidence of one of their 'local industries'.

Papers of D. S. Robertson

Notes, drafts of articles, letters, and printed material primarily relating to the Carbery copy of Milton's Eikonoklastes, now in Trinity College Library.

Robertson, Donald Struan (1885-1961), classical scholar

Letters from Helen Darbishire

Letter of 3 Feb 1951 with her article in 'Notes & Queries'. Letter of 14 Feb. 1951 is accompanied by some of DSR's notes, with a rough draft of a letter to [Lars] Hanson dated 15 Feb. 1951. Letter of 3 Dec. 1951 with extract from the 'Review of English Studies'.

Letters from Arthur Crook

From Crook, the Editor's Assistant at the 'Times Literary Supplement'. Letter of 25 June encloses copies of his article.

Offprints and cuttings

Offprints by Scevola Mariotti and Riccardo Bacchelli, both inscribed, the Bacchelli accompanied by a cutting of an article by Bacchelli; accompanied by a cutting about a lecture given by Robertson at the St George's Institute, London in June 1942.

Correspondence with John J. Parry

Five letters, two from Parry, three drafts of letters from Robertson, with enclosed replies to Sonia Miller's article in The Journal of English and Germanic Philology.

Journal of Arthur Stanley Eddington

Includes: personal 'Chronology'; list of 'Examinations, Decrees, Scholarships and Appointments'; chronological record of places visited; books read (with dates) - a second version towards the rear of the book is ordered alphabetically; list of works authored, including reviews; table of miles cycled per month between 1898 and 1917; chronological record of cycling tours; list of longest rides, 1891-1921. Amongst the diary entries, further lists appear, for example of books read or theatre attended in a particular year; a map of travel in 1905 is also drawn in.

Eddington, Sir Arthur Stanley (1882-1944), knight, theoretical physicist and astrophysicist

Translations of Martial and Archilochus, by H. F. Wilson

Translations of six poems by Martial and one by Archilochus, with dates and places of composition and publication. Letter from [Andrew Sydenham] Farrar [Gow] to Dennis Robertson, 23 Aug 1959, advising him to offer the pieces to Trinity College Library, and Robertson's letter to the Librarian.

Wilson, Sir Henry Francis (1859-1937), knight, barrister and civil servant

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