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Cunningham, Allan, 1784-1842 (Scottish writer and poet)

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1784-1842

Found in 43 Collections and/or Records:

Autograph poem signed, by Allan Cunningham, c 1825

 Item — Box: CLX-A-371
Identifier: Coll-1848/18-0130
Scope and Contents 2018-08-07 Content DescriptionAutograph poem signed, titled 'Mariners Song', three verses of 8 lines each, starting "A wet sheet and a flowing sea / A wind that follows fast / And fills the white and rustling sail / And bends the gallant mast / And bends the gallant mast my boys / While like the eagle free / Away the good ship flies and leaves / Old England on the sea ... ", addressed on the verso to Miss Henney, 1 side 4to., no place, no date (c. 1825)
Dates: c 1825

Four autograph letters signed by Allan Cunningham

 Collection — Box: CLX-A-375
Identifier: Coll-1889
Content Description A small group of four unrelated letters from Allan Cunningham to various correspondents, dating from 1826 to 1833 when dated. Letter to Jerdan (presumably William), 1 page 8vo, 29 November 1826, sending a 'Scots Almanack with the respects of our friend George Bagot the Bookseller'. Letter to Thomas ?Gaspay at Walnut Tree Walk, Lambeth, 1 page 4to, 27 Belgrave Place, 15 May 1828, describing the...
Dates: 1826-1833

Letter: [18--] Earlston Pl., Pimlico [London] to Messrs Rodwell and Martin, Bond Street, London / Allan Cunningham., 19th century

 Item
Identifier: La.IV.6 Cun. 37
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: After the death of David Laing, his private library was sold in an auction occupying thirty-one days. His collection of charters and other papers is of national importance and the most distinguished of its kind in any Scottish university. It is an essential source for the 18th century, and a much used one for all periods of Scottish history from the earliest times. The Laing Collection falls into five sections, designated as La.I., La.II., La.III., La.IV., and La.V.
Dates: 19th century

Letter: [18--] Earlston Street, Pimlico, London, to David Laing / Allan Cunningham., 19th century

 Item
Identifier: La.IV.6 Cun. 38
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: After the death of David Laing, his private library was sold in an auction occupying thirty-one days. His collection of charters and other papers is of national importance and the most distinguished of its kind in any Scottish university. It is an essential source for the 18th century, and a much used one for all periods of Scottish history from the earliest times. The Laing Collection falls into five sections, designated as La.I., La.II., La.III., La.IV., and La.V.
Dates: 19th century

Letter: 1822 Dec. 20, Earlston Street, Pimlico [London] to David Laing, Edinburgh / Allan Cunningham., 1822

 Item
Identifier: La.IV.6 Cun. 6
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: After the death of David Laing, his private library was sold in an auction occupying thirty-one days. His collection of charters and other papers is of national importance and the most distinguished of its kind in any Scottish university. It is an essential source for the 18th century, and a much used one for all periods of Scottish history from the earliest times. The Laing Collection falls into five sections, designated as La.I., La.II., La.III., La.IV., and La.V.
Dates: 1822

Letter: 1822 July 22, Earlston Street, Pimlico [London] to David Laing, Edinburgh / Allan Cunningham., 1822

 Item
Identifier: La.IV.6 Cun. 4
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: After the death of David Laing, his private library was sold in an auction occupying thirty-one days. His collection of charters and other papers is of national importance and the most distinguished of its kind in any Scottish university. It is an essential source for the 18th century, and a much used one for all periods of Scottish history from the earliest times. The Laing Collection falls into five sections, designated as La.I., La.II., La.III., La.IV., and La.V.
Dates: 1822

Letter: [1822 June 5] Earlston St. [Pimlico, London] to David Laing / A. Cunningham., 1822

 Item
Identifier: La.IV.6 Cun. 2x
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: After the death of David Laing, his private library was sold in an auction occupying thirty-one days. His collection of charters and other papers is of national importance and the most distinguished of its kind in any Scottish university. It is an essential source for the 18th century, and a much used one for all periods of Scottish history from the earliest times. The Laing Collection falls into five sections, designated as La.I., La.II., La.III., La.IV., and La.V.
Dates: 1822

Letter: 1822 June 5, Earlston Street, Pimlico [London] to Henry Bone, Borness Street, Oxford Road [London] / Allan Cunningham., 1822

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Identifier: La.IV.6 Cun. 2
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: After the death of David Laing, his private library was sold in an auction occupying thirty-one days. His collection of charters and other papers is of national importance and the most distinguished of its kind in any Scottish university. It is an essential source for the 18th century, and a much used one for all periods of Scottish history from the earliest times. The Laing Collection falls into five sections, designated as La.I., La.II., La.III., La.IV., and La.V.
Dates: 1822

Letter: 1822 June 13, to David Laing / Allan Cunningham., 1822

 Item
Identifier: La.IV.6 Cun. 3
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: After the death of David Laing, his private library was sold in an auction occupying thirty-one days. His collection of charters and other papers is of national importance and the most distinguished of its kind in any Scottish university. It is an essential source for the 18th century, and a much used one for all periods of Scottish history from the earliest times. The Laing Collection falls into five sections, designated as La.I., La.II., La.III., La.IV., and La.V.
Dates: 1822

Letter: 1822 May 3, Earlston Street, Pimlico [London] to David Laing / Allan Cunningham., 1822

 Item
Identifier: La.IV.6 Cun. 1
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: After the death of David Laing, his private library was sold in an auction occupying thirty-one days. His collection of charters and other papers is of national importance and the most distinguished of its kind in any Scottish university. It is an essential source for the 18th century, and a much used one for all periods of Scottish history from the earliest times. The Laing Collection falls into five sections, designated as La.I., La.II., La.III., La.IV., and La.V.
Dates: 1822