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Papers of TH Green, Fellow of Balliol

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III. HISTORY

a. Manuscripts

1. Notes on early Roman history and Greek history; on Thucydides, etc. Many miscellaneous leaves: total c. 144 sheets used, ink.

2. Lectures on the English Revolution.

i. Lectures I-II. Labelled ‘Lecture I’: 18 pp, ink. ‘Lecture II’: pp. 19-78, ink. Other unsorted pages from Lectures I-II: 60 pp, ink.

ii. Lectures III-IV. Labelled ‘Lecture III’: 29 pp, ink. ‘Lecture IV’: 28 pp, ink.

b. Annotated Books

1. An Analysis and Summary of Herodotus, Oxford, 1848. No author named. Green’s annotations interleaved.

2. An Analysis and Summary of Thucydides, Oxford, 1850. No author named. Green’s annotations interleaved.

 

IV. RELIGION

a. Manuscripts

1. MS of Green’s first essay for the Ellerton Theological Prize, 1860. ‘“He is not the God of the dead, but of the Living”: Life and Immortality brought to light by the Gospel’. Bound leaves of paper. 56 numbered pages + 2 pp title matter, ink. With initials of examiners on cover.

2. MS copy of IV.a.1 by CBG. In notebook, 39 pp + 1 title page, ink.

3. MS of Green’s second Ellerton essay, 1861. ‘“Seeking Rest and finding none”: The state of religious belief among the Jews at the time of the coming of Christ’. 43 pp, ink. With initials of examiners on cover.

4. MS copy of IV.a.3 by CBG. In notebook, 29 pp, ink.

5. Notebook labelled ‘Notes for lectures on early Christianity’. 55 pp used, ink.

6. ‘Lecture on Dogma read at the “Old Immortality”’. MS, printed in Works III. 32 pp ink on 25 numbered leaves.

7. Notebook: Divinity Lectures. From front: 4 th Gospel; from back: St. Paul. c. 61 pp used, ink. Total 7 leaves inserted.

8. Notebook on divinity labelled by CBG. Scattered random notes. 59 pp used, ink and some pencil. 8 leaves inserted.

9. Notebook labelled ‘Lecture on 4 th Gospel’. c. 54 pp used, ink.

10. Transcript of ‘Lectures on the Fourth Gospel I’. In blue exercise book. 45 numbered pages, ink. CBG’s hand.

11. Transcript of ‘Lectures on the Fourth Gospel II’. In blue exercise book. Pages numbered 46-93, ink. CBG’s hand.

12. Transcript of ‘Lectures on the Fourth Gospel III’. In blue exercise book. Used pages numbered 94-102, ink. CBG’s hand.

13. ‘Notes of Lectures on the Epistle to the Romans I’. In blue exercise book. 45 numbered pages, ink. CBG’s hand.

14. ‘Notes of Lectures on the Epistle to the Romans II’. In blue exercise book. Used pages numbered 46-70, ink. CBG’s hand.

15. ‘Notes on the Epistle to the Galatians’. In blue exercise book. 37 pp used, ink. CBG’s hand.

16. ‘Lecture on the Fourth Gospel IV. Notes on the “Second Coming”. From the first draft.’ Loose leaves. c. 60 pp, some missing and some notes on unnumbered reverses of pages, ink. In Henry Nettleship’s hand, subsequently copied into IV.a.10-12.

17. ‘Notes of Lectures on the Epistle to the Romans’. Loose leaves. Pages missing. 18 pp, ink. In Henry Nettleship’s hand, subsequently copied into IV.a.13-14.

18. ‘Notes on the Epistle to the Galatians’. Loose leaves. 32 pp, ink. In Henry Nettleship’s hand, subsequently copied into IV.a.15.

19. ‘Extracts from Lectures on the New Testament’. A compilation from Green’s notes and from the notes of students by Henry Nettleship and R. L. Nettleship. Printed In Works III. 60 pp, ink. Some notes on unnumbered reverses of pages.

20. Part of the first version of the translation of F. C. Baur, Geschichte der christlichen Kirche. 45 pp, ink.

21. Second translation of Baur. c. 58 pp, ink.

22. Fragment ‘On Immortality’. 2 leaves, ink. With transcript in THG’s hand (2 leaves, ink), and two separate transcriptions in CBG’s hand, totalling 3 leaves, ink.

23. Part of a sermon on the text ‘But the Word is very nigh thee’. Watermark 1860. 10 pp, ink.

 

b. Books

1. Printed copy of Statements of Christian Doctrine, Extracted from the Writings of B. Jowett, Oxford, privately printed, 1861. CBG’s copy with some annotations.

2. Das Neue Testament. London: Samuel Bagster, n.d. THG’s copy of German New Testament, no annotations.

3. Novum Testamentum. Greek text of the New Testament. Dated Oxford, 1847, but possibly edited by Charles Lloyd, Bishop of Oxford, 1844. THG’s copy with annotations.

 

V. MISCELLANEOUS

1. MS ‘Sophists’. Not by THG? 16 pp, ink.

2. Notebook containing RLN’s notes on THG’s life and work. Blue pencil. 1 insertion containing schedule of Professorial lectures.

3. 3 sheets: RLN’s chronology of THG’s life, headed ‘External hist.’

4. Typescript. Notes relating to the death of RLN by GRB. CBG’s copy. 6 pp, typed.

5. MS lyric by J. A. Symonds (CBG’s father or brother), possibly incomplete. 1 pp, ink.

6. Printed poem ‘Prometheus’ by J. A. Symonds, M. D. (CBG’s father). Inscribed C. B. Symonds May 30, 1870.

7. Transcript in CBG’s hand ‘From the Miss Spring-Rices’ Visitors’ Book’, 2 poems: ‘A Lay of Lyndhurst’ and ‘To my hostesses and hosts’. 3 pp, ink.

8. First Garden City, Limited, Letchworth. Notice of Payment of Dividends to Mrs C. B. Green. 10 January 1929.

9. Letter 6 December 1929 from H. Strachey regarding estates of THG and CBG and the deposit of papers belonging to Balliol. 3 pp, ink.

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