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Box CLX-A-1318


Contains 3 Results:

Ms letter from Thomas Carlyle to Peter Millar Cunningham, 4 December 1843

 Fonds — Box: CLX-A-1318
Identifier: Coll-1740
Content Description Ms letter from Thomas Carlyle, 5 Cheyne Row, Chelsea, to Peter Millar Cunningham, Surgeon Royal Navy, 4 December 1843.The letter reads: I have received your little Essay on Compass Variations, and read it over with great satisfaction. It is a most ingenious little speculation, or rather big speculation in little bulk; and had it even otherwise, it would have pleasantly brought you to our new embrace, and been very welcome in this hour. You never come to us now; it is...
Dates: 4 December 1843

Manuscript notebook of unidentified Scottish law firm setting out details of titles properties

 Fonds — Box: CLX-A-1318
Identifier: Coll-1742
Content Description

The content suggests that this was an Edinburgh-based law practice, with the majority of entries noting city addresses. The unknown law firm sets out details of titles properties, 1920s, 1930s.

The volume has this information on the spine: "Notes on Titles No.6". The volume comes from John Reid, Law & Mercantile Stationer, 78 Queen Street, Edinburgh. It holds reference numbers: 885 - for re-ordering.

Dates: 1920-1939

Correspondence and copy letters between Arthur Koestler and publisher Victor Gollancz and others, 1941-1990, and relating specifically to 'Spanish Testament, 'Scum of the Earth', and 'Reflections on Hanging'

 Fonds — Box: CLX-A-1318
Identifier: Coll-1745
Content Description Correspondence between Arthur Koestler and publisher Victor Gollancz and others, 1941-1990. Specifically the small collections refer to letters relating to: Spanish Testament; Scum of the Earth; and Reflections on Hanging. The original file covers are retained.In addition to the following material, the file relating to Spanish Testament includes...
Dates: 1941-1990