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British Library, Manuscript Collections: 1996 Accessions

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  • lst, 3rd, and 5th Marquesses of Lansdowne: archives formerly preserved at Bowood House.
  • James Stem (1904-93), writer and translator: literary MSS and corresp
  • Kenneth Peacock Tynan (1927-80), theatre critic: letters to Julian Holland
  • Lord Byron: papers rel to his divorce 1816
  • The Hungerford Hours (East Anglia, c1330): leaves from the Litany (Add MS 72707)
  • Elizabeth, Lady Ralegh wife of Sir Walter: letters to her brother Sir Nicholas Carey of Beddington 1611-23 (Add MS 72709)
  • William Wentworth (1722-91), 2nd Earl of Strafford: corresp and papers
  • Giles Lytton Strachey, critic and biographer: letters to Henry Lamb 1910-15
  • Sir Charles Blake Cochran (1872-1951), theatrical manager and producer: his copy of Denis Mackail's biography of JM Barrie interleaved with letters to Cochran from Barrie, Shaw, James Agate and others (Add MS 72712)
  • Isaac Rosenberg (1890-1918), poet: letters, poems, and papers, mostly addressed to Gordon Bottomley, with some letters to Laurence Binyon
  • Lamb family of Melbourne Hall, Derbyshire. papers incl those of William Lamb, 2nd Viscount Melbourne, his wife Lady Caroline Lamb,and his sister Lady Palmerston c1751-1869
  • Eric Arthur Blair (1903-50), writer as George Orwell: letters to him and other misc papers
  • Samuel Pepys (1633-1703): printed edition of his diary interleaved with MSS by himself and his friends and contemporaries incl John Evelyn
  • Julian Gustave Symons (1912-94), poet, critic and writer of detective stories: literary papers and related material.
  • Sir Walter Raleigh, naval commander and author: misc papers rel to him 16th-17th cent
 
 
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