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Fonds — Box CLX-A-1141
Content Description This fonds includes seven letters of Anders Naessil: five from Arthur Koestler to A. Naessil, one from A. Naessil to Newsweek magazine, and one from Marie Whiteside, Editor of Newsweek to A. Naessil. Letter from Koestler to Naessil replying to a previous letter, mentioning Naessil's book on Hemingway, Sartre, and a Nobel banquet that Koestler attended. Dated 21 June 1980. Letter from Koestler...
Identifier: MS 113/ff. 310r-311v
Scope and Contents This section contains two letters of Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, and a short text.'Bernardus ad R[omanus] romane ecclesie subdyaconum' ('To Romanus, Sub-deacon of the Roman Church'); letter from Bernard to Master Henry Murdag starting on f. 310r with the words 'Dilecto suo...Quid mirum si inter prospera fluctuas et adversa'.'Epistola beati Bernardi abbati ad Magistrum Walterum, 'Letter...
Fonds — Box CLX-A-373
Content Description Collection of 17 autograph letters signed (ALS), from Samuel Smiles (Scottish author and government reformer) to various correspondents, discussing literary and publishing matters, his works and lectures, and various business and financial matters. 29 November 1852: letter to Thomas Nunneley, one page, 4to., relating to 'the amount of compensation which was to be offered to representatives...
Scope and Contents Correspondence between the Convener of the Ethics of Medical Research Sub-Committee and senior staff members of the committee at Bangour Village Hospital and Royal Edinburgh Hospital.
Scope and Contents Letter from the Earl of Mar (John Francis Goodeve-Erskine) to George William Marshall L.L.D., dated 31 January 1878, on the subject of the dispute between John Erksine Earl of Kellie, and Goodeve-Erskine, both pretenders to the Earldom of Mar.
Scope and Contents Letter by John F. Goodeve-Erskine, Earl of Mar, sent to George William Marshall on the 18th of April 1877, discussing the Earl of Mar controversy from his point of view.
Scope and Contents Letter from John Francis Goodeve-Erskine to George William MArshall, dated 19 july 1877, discussing the Mar Peerage Case.
Scope and Contents At E2010.23 there is an autograph letter signed as 'S. MacLean' to Mr Stephen (probably Meic Stephens), placed and dated Plockton, 5 August 1969. The brief letter is about the Taliesin Congress and how Maclean will 'accept your invitation to attend the Taliesin Congress'. Meic Stephens (born 1938) was then Literature Director of the Welsh Arts Council.Three later additions: 1) autograph letter signed to David Morrison (poet and and editor) referring to a previously unpublished translation...