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Byrne, Fanny Horner, 1789-1876 (Married to Irish revolutionary Myles Byrne)


Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Bowring, John, 16 June 1868

Identifier: Coll-1989/5
Scope and Contents

Autograph letter signed from John Bowring to Fanny Horner Byrne (1789-1876), wife of the Irish revolutionary Myles Byrne, dated 16 june 1868, [London]: "Thanks for your letter & the trouble you have taken. If I can carry my Co-Trustees with me, we will make a Grant to the Institution whose cause you so ably plead".

Dates: 16 June 1868

Carnot, Hippolyte, 9 February 1865, 13 October 1865

Identifier: Coll-1989/12
Scope and Contents 1. Two autograph letters signed, in French, from Hippolyte Carnot to Fanny Byrne (née Horner) about an address given by her brother, probably Leonard Horner, during an award ceremony at the Edinburgh Academy, which he sees no comparison for in Paris, and sending her a speech of his own regarding the education of girls, as well as a protocol of the Ministry of Education from 1848: “Je vous remercie beaucoup de la communication que vous avez bien voulu me faire du discours prononcé par...
Dates: 9 February 1865, 13 October 1865

Correspondence - Letters from Sir Charles Lyell , 1829-1874

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Coll-203/B3
Scope and Contents A series of letters sent by Charles Lyell, to others. Some of these correspondents also appear in the two A-Z series. It is not clear why these letters have been separated from earlier series of records, however they may have been gathered together by Katharine Lyell in her editorial of 'Life, Letters and Journals', with some marked 'not copied', published or unpublished. Agassiz Memorial Fund ...
Dates: 1829-1874

Letter to Byrne, Frances Charles Horner, from Charles Lyell, 14 November 1867

Identifier: Coll-203/B3/4
Scope and Contents

Thanks for transferring The Edinburgh Review volumes, that appear to have been left to him by Aunt Nancy, and, for the 'french bonbons'. Talks of Rosamond and nephews dancing at Richmond, then comments on 'those articles of the Siecle' asking why 'a government which interferes so much with press and arrests so many on slight pretexts permits such bold expression of opinion'.

Dates: 14 November 1867