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Oxford University, Bodleian Library: 1994 Accessions

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  • Letters of James II as Duke of York, 1651-83
  • Sketchbook of John Claude Nattes (1765?-1822)
  • Four volumes of correspondence of John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (1784-1859), MSS. Eng. c. 4861-3, d. 2577
  • 37 letters of Percival Stockdale, miscellaneous writer (1736- 1811), 1785-1805
  • Letters to J.F.M. Dovaston, undergraduate at Christ Church, Oxford, 1800-4 (MS. Don. d.195)
  • Letters of Capt. John Betton serving in the Peninsular War, 1805-9
  • Letters home from emigrants to Ohio and New Jersey, 1853-85 (MS. Don. c. 185)
  • Letters home from members of the Merivale family in India and South America, late 19th-early 20th cent.
  • Oxford English Dictionary correspondence of Sir James Augustus Henry Murray (1837-1915)
  • Papers of Harold Macmillan, Lord Stockton and of his son Maurice Macmillan (deposit; not available until catalogued)
  • Letters from Clement Attlee to his brother Tom, 1915-60 (deposit)
  • Journal of Sir John Malcolm Fraser, 1910-15
  • Sir Walter Cleggs reports on parliamentary business, 1972-3
  • Additional papers of the Round Table organisation, 20th cent.
  • Scientific papers of Sir David (now Lord) Phillips, 20th cent.
  • Scientific papers of Dame Dorothy Hodgkin, 20th cent.
  • Notebooks & scripts of Penelope Gilliatt, 20th cent.
  • Music manuscripts of Howard Ferguson, Herbert Howells and W.A. Pickard-Cambridge
  • Single documents or letters or small groups of letters from Joseph Addison (contemporary copies), W.H. Auden (MS. Eng. e. 2724, fols. 60-2), R.G. Collingwood, Walter de la Mare (MS. Eng. c. 5230, fols. 8-17), W.E. Gladstone, Maurice Latey, C.S. Lewis (MSS. Eng. c. 2724, fols. 42-50, c. 5230, fols. 1-7, 3954, d. 2567), Ruth Pitter (MS. Eng. c. 2724, fol. 63), Barbara Pym, Terence Rattigan and J.R.R. Tolkien (MS. Eng. c. 2724, fols. 66-7).