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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Transcribed collections of numbers, names, or other text indicating tallies of concepts collocated for any particular purpose.

Found in 1671 Collections and/or Records:

Corrections and additions by the first Earl of Cromer in an advance proof of a speech he afterwards delivered on Free Trade and Protection to the Glasgow and West of Scotland Unionist Free Trade Club on 10 January 1908.

Identifier: MS.2250
Scope and Contents

Also included are three letters to the donor, James MacLehose, the Glasgow printer (including one from Lord Cromer accompanying the corrected proof), the final printed copy of the speech and the menu and toast list of the luncheon at which the speech was delivered.

Dates: [1908, or before.]

Correspondence and miscellaneous papers of Neil Munro., 1863-1966, undated.

Identifier: MS.26927
Scope and Contents

The contents are as follows. (i) Correspondence, 1898-1927, undated (folio l). This includes letters from the novelist, Joseph Conrad, and copies of agreements with publishers. (ii) Miscellaneous papers, 1863-1966, undated, including lists of works by Neil Munro and tributes to him (folio 35).

Dates: 1863-1966, undated.

Correspondence and musical compositions of James Scott Skinner; with other material, including some of John Davidson., [Circa 1883-circa 1917], undated.

Identifier: MS.22075
Scope and Contents The contents are as follows.(i) Some writings on music by John Davidson and some musical compositions in his hand. (Folio 1.)(ii) Correspondence of James Scott Skinner. (Folio 12.)(iii) Musical compositions of James Scott Skinner, [circa 1883-circa 1917], undated, arranged chronologically (folio 51), and, where undated, alphabetically (folio 99). A few are copied in Davidson’s hand but most are in Skinner's autograph. Many are written on scraps of paper...
Dates: [Circa 1883-circa 1917], undated.

Correspondence and other material relating to 'Astarte', by Ralph Milbanke, 2nd Earl of Lovelace, and Byron correspondence in the possession of Lady Dorchester., 1902-1957, undated.

Identifier: MS.43535
Scope and Contents The items in this manuscript mainly relate to Ralph and Mary Milbanke, Lord and Lady Lovelace. There are letters, proofs and other items relating to the publication of ‘Astarte’ by Ralph Milbanke in 1905. In addition, there is correspondence relating to letters of Lord Byron, which were in the possession of Charlotte Carleton, Lady Dorchester, who then bequeathed them to John Murray [IV]. The letters concerning ‘Astarte’ have been ordered before those relating to Byron...
Dates: 1902-1957, undated.

Correspondence and papers concerning Alexander Carlyle., 1806-1850.

Identifier: MS.23927
Scope and Contents

The contents consist of correspondence of Carlyle Bell, Writer to the Signet (folio 1), some later correspondence (folio 32) and papers (folio 38) relating to Alexander Carlyle's books and papers.

Dates: 1806-1850.

Correspondence and papers concerning Minto gardens., 1731-1906, undated.

Identifier: MS.13227
Scope and Contents

The contents are as follows. (i) Minto gardens correspondence, 1768-1906 (folio 1); (ii) Gardens wages and accounts, 1792, 1821-1831 (folio 153); (iii) Memoranda, seed lists, and seedmen's accounts for the garden, 1731, 1757, 1769-1890, undated.

Dates: 1731-1906, undated.

Correspondence and papers of and concerning the family of Anderson of St. Germains and their descendants, being chiefly the correspondence of Warren Hastings Anderson (died 1875), son of David Anderson of St. Germains (1751-1825).

Identifier: MSS.14842-14847
Scope and Contents

Warren Hastings Anderson entered the merchant house of his uncle, Robert Anderson and Company, St. Andrew's Square, Edinburgh, in 1813, becoming a partner in 1818. From then until the 1850s he spent most of his life in Italy and France engaged in trade, finally retiring to Bowerhouse near Dunbar. Family, personal and legal material predominates in this collection.

Dates: 1792-mid 20th century.

Correspondence and papers of Cecil Hopkinson, containing bibliographies relating to Louis-Hector Berlioz and Giuseppe Verdi, and other related material.

Identifier: Acc.9732/1-54
Scope and Contents

Concerning Hopkinson`s bibliographies of Berlioz and Verdi.

Dates: 1947-1975 and undated.

Correspondence and papers of or concerning General Sir Thomas Graham, Baron Lynedoch.

Identifier: MSS.16407-16420
Scope and Contents

Correspondence of Thomas Graham is chiefly with his factor, Henry Burt, concerning his estate of Balgowan, but includes also some letters from eminent friends and acquaintances not included in MSS.3590-3645. There are also papers of Mrs M E Maxtone Graham concerning the publication of her book ‘The beautiful Mrs Graham’, and typescript material and correspondence concerning a projected book on Lord Lynedoch.

Dates: 1759-[circa 1947.]

Correspondence and papers of the 4th Earl of Minto relating to private affairs in India., 1910-1912.

Identifier: MS.12793
Scope and Contents

The contents are as follows. (i) Correspondence and papers concerning the settlement of accounts between the 4th Earl of Minto and Lord Hardinge, 1910-1911 (folio 1); (ii) Correspondence and papers relating to the 4th Earl's stable accounts, 1911-1912 (folio 63); (iii) List of the contents of packing cases sent home, 1910 (folio 143).

Dates: 1910-1912.

Correspondence and papers of the Church of Scotland Foreign Mission Committee and Jewish, Colonial and Continental Mission Committees.

 Record Group
Identifier: Acc.7548/A/1-G/99
Scope and Contents

The archive of the Church of Scotland Foreign Mission Committee, 1929-64, together with much 19th and earlier 20th century material, and some items relating to Jewish and Continental Missions.

Dates: 1796-1991, undated.