University of Oxford, Balliol College. Balliol College (1263-:)
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Identifier: Coll-33/Quarto A 
Scope and Contents A logarithmic treatment of light propagating through a uniform medium. John Keill was an Edinburgh native who earned distinction under David Gregory in mathematics and natural philosophy there, and who followed him to Oxford in 1691, where, like Gregory, he made a name for himself as an enthusiastic vindicator of Sir Isaac Newton. At Balliol College he demonstrated by experiments the validity of some of the chief propositions of Newton concerning light and colour, among other things. Oddly,...
Scope and Contents Letter, 26 Sepember 1917, Surrey, Sophie Weisse to Dr. Jekyll. Discussions concerning Tovey's library, an estimated cost of the library and a suggestion that the library be donated to Balliol college, Oxford. Holograph signed.
Dates: 26 Sepember 1917
Scope and Contents Letter, 27 October 1906, Oxford, Arthur L. Smith to Donald Tovey. Advising Tovey to accept the Nettleship scholarship at Oxford University. Typescript copy.
Dates: 27 October 1906
Scope and Contents Letter, 24 December 1886, Oxford, Edward Caird to Walter Parratt. A discussion of Tovey's progress at Balliol College and the nature of the Nettleship scholarship. Holograph signed, with stamped envelope.
Dates: 24 December 1886
Scope and Contents Letter, [n.d], Oxford, Edward Caird to Sophie Weisse. Describing Tovey's academic progress, and explaining Tovey's poor performance in examinations. Holograph signed.
Scope and Contents Letter, 16 November 1893, London, Hubert C. Parry to Sophie Weisse. Thanking Miss. Weisse for her letter and gift and suggesting that Donald apply for a scholarship to Balliol College, Oxford. Holograph signed.
Dates: 16 November 1893
Scope and Contents Letter, 31 May 1894, Cambridge, Hubert C. Parry to Sophie Weisse. Information and advice about the Nettleship scholarship. Holograph signed.
Dates: 31 May 1894
Scope and Contents Letter, 6 July 1894, Worthing, Hubert Parry to Sophie Weisse. Expressing his desire that Tovey's talents will flourish at Oxford and congratulations. Holograph signed.
Dates: 06 July 1894
Scope and Contents Letter, 8 February [n.y], Windsor, Walter Parratt to Sophie Weisse. Concerning Tovey and the Nettleship scholarship to Balliol, Oxford. Holograph signed.
Dates: c 08 February 1900