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Letters to John Murray, publishers, of correspondents with surnames and company names from Eve to Eyton., 1818-1928.

Identifier: MS.40389

Scope and Contents

All the letters are arranged alphabetically by correspondent and by date under each name. Some of the letters include replies. A further letter has been added at the end of the sequence.

Eve, Arthur,1898: folio 1;

Everard, Harry, 1894-1904: folios 2-11;

Everest, Rosa, 1852: folios 12-15, a further letter of Rosa Everest can be located at folios 152-153;

Everett, Alexander, 1828: folios 16-21;

Everett, Edward, 1818-1851: folios 22-39;

Everett, William, 1894: folios 40-41;

Everitt, Henry, 1899: folios 42-43;

Eversfield, John, 1831: folios 44-46;

Ewald, Alexander, 1869: folios 47-48;

Ewart, J. Hoggan, 1899: folios 49-50;

Ewart, William, 1888-1902 and uncertain date: folios 51-73;

Ewing, Ernest, 190- : folio 74;

Ewing, James, 1884: folios 75-76;

Ewing, T.E., 1928: folios 77-78;

Ewing, William, 1833-1835: folios 79-84:

Ewington, W., 1905: folios 85-88; (1)

Exhibition of Art Treasures of the United Kingdom, 1858: folios 89-90; (2)

Eyre, Edward, 1842-1855 and uncertain dates: folios 91-149;

Eyre, Vincent, 1868: folio 150;

Eyton, Robert, 1878: folio 151;

Everest, Rosa, 1852: folios 152-153; further correspondence of Rosa Everest can be located at folios 12-15.

1. Includes letter, 1905, of W. Ewington to John Murray IV. The text of this letter includes a copy of a letter, 1822, of Percy Bysshe Shelley to Leigh Hunt, concerning Lord Byron: folios 86-87.

2. Letter, 1858, of the Executive Committee of the Exhibition of Art Treasures of the United Kingdom, signed by Thomas Hamilton, to John Murray IV: folios 89-90.


  • Creation: 1818-1928.


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0.00 Linear metres (i + 153 folios.)

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