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Description:Letters of William Gifford to John Coleridge.
 
Date:1814-1825.
Reference:MS.42240
 
 
Description:Letters of William Cookesley to William Gifford and to John Murray II. Included are two letters of John Cookesley to ?John Murray II.
 
Date:1779-1835.
Reference:MS.42241
 
 
Description:Letters of William Gifford to Octavius Gilchrist.
 
Date:1802-? 1822.
Reference:MS.42242
 
 
Description:Letters of William Gifford to Robert Hay.
 
Date:1813-1823.
Reference:MS.42243
 
 
Description:Letters of William Gifford to John Murray II.
 
Date:1808-1809.
Reference:MS.42244
 
 
Description:Letters of William Gifford to John Murray II.
 
Date:1810.
Reference:MS.42245
 
 
Description:Letters of William Gifford to John Murray II.
 
Date:1811.
Reference:MS.42246
 
 
Description:Letters of William Gifford to John Murray II.
 
Date:1812-1813.
Reference:MS.42247
 
 
Description:Letters of William Gifford to John Murray II.
 
Date:1814-1818.
Reference:MS.42248
 
 
Description:Letters of William Gifford to John Murray II.
 
Date:1819-1822.
Reference:MS.42249
 
 
Description:Letters of William Gifford to John Murray II.
 
Date:1823-1826.
Reference:MS.42250
 
 
Description:Undated letters of William Gifford John Murray II.
 
Date:? 1802-? 1826.
Reference:MS.42251
 
 
Description:Letters of William Gifford to John Murray II concerning the "Quarterly Review".
 
Date:1809-1826.
Reference:MS.42252
 
 
Description:Letters, 1809-1823, of William Gifford to various recipients. The letters were given to John Murray V by E.L. Atkinson in 1934.
 
Date:1809-? 1823, 1934.
Reference:MS.42253
 
 
Description:Assorted letters of and to William Gifford.
 
Date:1781-1826.
Reference:MS.42254
 
 
Description:Manuscript, "Herrick No 7", by William Gifford.
 
Date:? 1810.
Reference:MS.42255
 
 
Description:Number not allocated.
 
Reference:MS.42256
 
 
Description:Manuscript copy of the will, with codicils, of William Gifford, "extracted from the Register of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury".
 
Date:? 1827.
Reference:MS.42257
 
 
Description:Assorted, printed items concerning William Gifford either personally, or in his capacity as editor of the "Quarterly Review".
 
Date:1815-? 1827.
Reference:MS.42258
 
 
Description:Letters of William Gladstone to John Murray II and to John Murray III.
 
Date:1835-1849.
Reference:MS.42259
 
 
Description:Letters of William Gladstone to John Murray III.
 
Date:1850-1859.
Reference:MS.42260
 
 
Description:Letters of William Gladstone to John Murray III.
 
Date:1862-1869.
Reference:MS.42261
 
 
Description:Letters of William Gladstone to John Murray III.
 
Date:1870-1879.
Reference:MS.42262
 
 
Description:Letters of William Gladstone to John Murray III.
 
Date:1880-1889.
Reference:MS.42263
 
 
Description:Letters of William Gladstone to John Murray, publishers, and to John Murray IV. Included are some letters of various writers to and concerning Gladstone.
 
Date:1890-1898.
Reference:MS.42264
 
 
Description:Assorted letters concerning William Gladstone, including letters of members of Gladstone`s family.
 
Date:1841-1927.
Reference:MS.42265
 
 
Description:Manuscript, "The State in its relations with The Church", by William Gladstone.
 
Date:1838.
Reference:MS.42266
 
 
Description:Marked proofs, "The State in its relations with The Church", by William Gladstone.
 
Date:1838.
Reference:MS.42267
 
 
Description:Manuscript, "Jewish Disabilities Bill", by William Gladstone.
 
Date:1847.
Reference:MS.42268
 
 
Description:Manuscript, "Remarks on the Royal Supremacy as it is defined by Reason, History, and the Constitution. A letter to the Lord Bishop of London", by William Gladstone.
 
Date:1850.
Reference:MS.42269
 
 

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