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Oxford University: Bodleian Library, Western Manuscripts: 2010 Accessions

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  • Harry Allison: memoir and travel account mid 19th cent
  • Samuel Carte, antiquary: misc additional collections
  • Alfred Edmeades Bestall, author and illustrator: drawings, paintings and lithographs
  • Elizabeth Bevington, Quaker: diary of travels with her husband late 18th cent
  • Robert Laurence Binyon, poet, art historian and critic: letters to a friend, with poems
  • Edmund Charles Blunden, poet: poems and letters (25)
  • Edmund Charles Blunden, poet: corresp, mainly letters to Blunden, with some out-letters
  • Sergius Bolshakoff, writer on religion: corresp and diaries (mainly in Russian)
  • Gordon Bottomley, poet and dramatist: letters to a friend
  • Thomas Braun, classicist: papers with family archives
  • Ian Robert Craufurd Bruce, Brigadier and author: additional papers
  • James Bryce, Viscount Bryce, statesman: additional papers
  • Elizabeth Carey, wife of Philip Melvill, Lt Governor of Pendennis Castle: memorial diary for her deceased children and relatives 1803-08
  • Mary Gwladys Charles, diarist: diary on two visits to London
  • David John Moore Cornwell, writer, pseudonym John Le Carre: manuscripts with related papers
  • Edmund Dell, Labour MP: additional papers incl pocket diaries c1947-97
  • Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield, statesman: letters (25) to Sir Henry Stracey
  • Maria Edgeworth, novelist and children's writer: additional corresp
  • Herbert Albert Laurens Fisher, historian and statesman: additional family papers incl diaries and corresp
  • Philip Fothergill, Liberal politician: papers
  • Alan Garner, writer: additional papers incl corresp, manuscripts, financial records
  • Sir Edward Richard George Heath, statesman: personal and political corresp and papers with photographs, cuttings and audio-visual material
  • George Heron, clergyman: diary while a student at Brasenose College, Oxford 1824-26
  • Cecil Day Lewis, poet: ms of his Aeneid translation and 'Hellene and Philhellene'
  • Nicholas Moody, rector of St Clements: volume of his poems and religious observations apparently compiled around the time of his death
  • Sir John Moore, MP and Lord Mayor of London: letters to Moore rel to lead trade in Derbyshire and West Yorkshire 1669-83
  • Frances Parkyn, friend of Lord Byron: commonplace book incl copy verse by Byron and souvenirs from Newstead Abbey
  • Trevor Thomas Phillips, painter, designer, writer: additional corresp by subject
  • Philip Pullman, writer: ms of 'Lyra's Oxford'
  • Joanna Richardson, literary biographer: letters (12) to Winifred Hamilton-Meikle
  • Sir John Christopher Blake Richmond, diplomat: papers rel mainly to Middle East diplomatic postings
  • J H Rogers, passenger aboard the schooner Brisk: diary while aboard
  • George Scott, Essex landowner and antiquary: letter book 1757-58 (MS. Eng. e. 3655)
  • John Sergeant, Roman Catholic controversialist: theological treatises 1648-55
  • Sir Stephen Harold Spender, poet: papers
  • Marriana Starke, playwright and travel writer: diary of an unidentified female relative incl substantial references to Starke's daily life and plays as well as to London social life
  • Enid Mary Starkie, reader in French Literature Oxford University: letters (12) to Winifred Hamilton-Meikle
  • Gordon Tilsley, member of the Middle East Refugee and Relief Administration: letters to his parents while at MERRA headquarters 1944-45
  • Edward Villiers, 1st Earl of Jersey: letters (94) to Richard Hill 1697-1704
  • Clutag Press, Thame: additional records incl material rel to publications and to Archipelago I-IV
  • John Stefanidis, interior designer, London: images of client projects
  • HN Swanson Inc, literary agency, Los Angeles: corresp files rel to JRR Tolkien's work 1957-99
  • All Saints parish, Oxford: lease book and feoffees' minutes 18th-20th cent