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Found in 45 Collections and/or Records:

Academic and literary papers, including typescripts, drafts and correspondence, of Angus Calder.

 Record Group
Identifier: Acc.9851/1-66
Scope and Contents

Concerning his doctoral thesis, books and broadcasts, his involvement in East African literature, his editorship of 'Journal of Commonwealth literature' and convenorship of the Scottish Poetry Library.

Includes lectures notes, drafts, histories, correspondence and interviews.

Dates: 1960-1988.

"Complete Catalogue of Works Published", proof with annotations., January 1922

Identifier: Acc.13328/918
Scope and Contents

Volume contains manuscript and typescript annotations and corrections, alongside a loosely inserted order form.

Dates: January 1922

Corrected page proofs of 'Childe Harold's Pilgrimage: Canto IV', by Lord Byron, with related material., 1818-1921.

Identifier: MS.43393
Scope and Contents There are here three sets of proofs for Canto IV of ‘Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage’ bound together for, with notes and annotations.Two notes relating to the proofs, stating that one set was sent to Venice and contains the notes of William Gifford and Lord Byron: folios i-ii;First set of proofs of Canto IV of ‘Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage’ containing stanzas I-the beginning of LXXXII, with notes and annotations including some of Lord Byron: folios 1-24;Second...
Dates: 1818-1921.

Correspondence and other material relating to the article 'True history of Lady Byron's life', in the 'Atlantic', by Harriet Beecher-Stowe., 1869-1870, 1909.

Identifier: MS.43539
Scope and Contents Correspondence has been placed in alphabetical order by correspondent surname, before related manuscripts, pamphlets and other printed material. A copy of ‘True story of Lord and Lady Byron’ has been placed with original pagination at the end of the sequence.Letter of Charles Dickens to John Murray [III], 1869: folios 1-2;Letters of Louisa Anne Emily Ellis, Baroness Seaford, to John Murray [III], 1870: folios 3-6;Letters of Whitwell Elwin to John Murray...
Dates: 1869-1870, 1909.

Correspondence and papers concerning research into the attempted publication of ‘Unpublished letters of Lord Byron’, edited by Henry Schultes Schultess-Young., 1931-1939.

Identifier: MS.43502
Scope and Contents The letters in this file largely relate to research conducted in the 1930s into a work entitled ‘Unpublished Letters of Lord Byron’ edited by Henry Schultes Schutess-Young. The work was to be published in 1872 by R Bentley, but was pulled from the press following controversy surrounding the ownership of the letters and rights to publish. The letters have been arranged alphabetically by correspondent surname.Letters of Richard Bentley to John Murray [V], including...
Dates: 1931-1939.

Manuscript of John Cam Hobhouse concerning the destruction of the memoirs of Lord Byron; with related letters., 1824-1869.

Identifier: MS.43534
Scope and Contents Following the death of Lord Byron in April 1824, various interested parties met at the house of John Murray on 17th May of that year. These included John Murray [II], Thomas Moore, John Cam Hobhouse and representatives of both Lady Byron and Augusta Leigh. After a discussion, the group decided that the manuscript containing the memoirs of Lord Byron should be burned and they proceeded to do so in the drawing room fireplace. This act caused great controversy and the items in this folder...
Dates: 1824-1869.

Page proofs of 'Don Juan: Cantos I and II' by Lord Byron, with corrections by John Cam Hobhouse and Lord Byron., 1819, undated.

Identifier: MS.43394
Scope and Contents The volume here contains proofs, 1819, for Cantos I and II of ‘Don Juan’ as follows:Notes relating to the proofs: folios 1-2;Proofs of the supressed Dedication stanzas I-XII: folios 3-6;Proofs of Canto I, stanzas numbered I-CCXVII with notes, additions and corrections by Lord Byron and John Cam Hobhouse: folios 7-43;Proofs of Canto I, stanzas numbered LIV-LXXI with annotations: folios 44-46;Proofs of Canto I, stanzas numbered...
Dates: 1819, undated.

Page proofs of 'Extrait de l’Histoire de la Republique de Venise' and 'Extrait de l’Histoire des Republiques Italiennes'; with annotations and a note of Lord Byron, ? 1821.

Identifier: MS.43404
Scope and Contents These proofs relate to the appendices Lord Byron added to his play, ‘The Two Foscari’. The play was written in the summer of 1821 and published with ‘Cain’ and ‘Sardanapalus’ by John Murray in the December of the same year. Galley proofs of ‘Extrait de l’histoire de la Republique de Venise’, with corrections possibly of Byron: folios 1-2;Page proofs of ‘Extrait de l’historie de la Republique de Venise’, with pencil corrections in an unknown hand: folios 3-11;...
Dates: ? 1821.