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Verses in Greek and Latin by Richard Shilleto and others
Add. MS a/199/11 · Item · 1833-1882
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Drafts of poems and printed poems by Shilleto, Robert Burn, Sir William Hamilton, Morris Moore, Richard Okes, as well as those signed with initals only: J. B., H., and W. S. [William Selwyn?]. Poems include Hamilton's "Sonnet on the Meeting of the British Association at Cambridge, 1833", W. S.'s "Experience of Magnetic Belt", four lines by H. starting "The Lytteltons give all the time up to cricket," Robert Burn's "Piscator," Morris Moore's formal address to Thompson, 30 July 1869. On the verso of one set of poems is a printed list of freshmen, 1882.

The collection also includes a letter dated 9 March 1869 from A. Bos, Italian translator of G. H. Lewes's Physiology of Common Life asking about a report from the Evening Standard that the students have been served donkey at Trinity.
The collection is accompanied by two letters from W. Wollaston Groome to Mr Dykes dated May 1919 relating to the provenance of the verses, and his personal memories of W. H. Thompson.

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Add. MS a/199/46-47 · Item · [Apr. 1978]
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Copy of a letter dated 12 Nov. 1951 from H. M. Adams offering two papyrus fragments and a squeeze in white plaster of an Assyrian cuneiform inscription of Sargon, taken from a stone in Colchester Castle. A copy of a letter from C. Winter of the Fitzwilliam dated 19 Nov. 1951 accepts the fragments but not the white plaster squeeze.

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Letter from C. D. Broad to Lord Adrian
Add. MS a/199/44 · Item · 15 Oct. 1966
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Letter returning the playscript for Bombastes Furioso, a Burlesque Tragic Opera in One Act by William Barnes Rhodes published by Samuel French, London, which has been kept with the letter.

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Add. MS a/199/14 · Item · 1975-c 1980
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Notes by J. Bennett on "F. R. Leavis: A Biography" by Ronald Hayman in the new review, Oct. 1975, accompanied by photocopies of cuttings by and about F. R. Leavis published in the TLS, Books and writers, and Encounter; and a copy of a typescript by Lord Annan in support of an article written by John Harvey.

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Draft of a letter to Isaac Barrow
Add. MS a/199/3 · Item · [1649]
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An unsigned letter addressed to "Loving Cousen," two pages closely written, with several phrases crossed through and additions made both interlinearly and via an insertion symbol at the bottom. A note in a later hand appears at the top of the first page: "This was wrote to his nephew afterwards Dr Isaac Barrow M[aste]r of Trinity. See his life concerning the engagement."

The writer is a royalist and refers to a small allowance he gives to the recipient, and reacts strongly to the news that the recipient was been offered a fellowship by "Regi-cides", and mentions both Dr Hill and Dr Comber (the present and the ejected Masters of Trinity). The writer deplores the fact that he had heard of the fellowship after the fact and argues that "as themselves are counterfeit so are all their actions but personations, and perforce I cannot thinke you any more actually fellow than if you had taken to you a company of souldiers and by violence and force taken possession of what you now owne, neither can they claime their places by any other then a military title, as one of them was not ashamed to tell me." The writer urges Barrow to forsake the false title, and states that if Barrow thinks of applying himself to Dr Comber that he will endeavour to facilitate this through his connections.

Add. MS a/199/48-56 · Item · 1956-1964
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Research material, draft, proofs, and correspondence with the Royal Society and Mabel Bright of the Rockefeller Institute seeking Gasser's next-of-kin. The printed material consists of an offprint from The Journal of General Physiology, March 20, 1956, Vol. 39, No. 4, titled "Olfactory Nerve Fibers" and an obituary of Gasser in The Lancet 25 May 1963. This is accompanied by a photograph of Gasser by Bachrach.

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Letter from Henry Jackson to A. S. F. Gow
Add. MS a/199/42 · Item · 8 Aug. 1913
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Letter about an article Gow has written about "Syrinx" and whether it was written by Theocritus, with a transcript of A. B. Cook's letter to Henry Jackson about the poem.

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