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Papers of John Edward Courtenay Bodley (1853-1925), Balliol 1873

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For Remembrance, a memoir of John Edward Courtenay Bodley in 6 quarto volumes, typewritten and illustrated.

This list records the presence of original letters and typescript copies of letters tipped in between the pages of the typescript memoir. Some letters between JECB and members of his family have not yet been listed.

NB. The six volumes were not originally consistently paginated, and pages bearing illustrations and letters are frequently not numbered. Page references in this list refer to the pencilled numbered in the top right-hand corner of most pages.

All letters are addressed to JECB unless otherwise indicated. Numbers in brackets, e.g. (pp.12-13) indicate the page numbers between which letters or copies of letters are inserted.

Volume 3 Friendships and Letters

JECB 4.1 ALS from JECB to Cardinal Henry Manning. Port [?] St., London. 5 January [1889]. 1l. (pp.1-2)

JECB 4.2 ALS from Cardinal Henry Manning. Archbishop's House, Westminster. 5 March 1887. 1l. (pp.6-7)

JECB 4.3 ALS from Cardinal Henry Manning. Archbishop's House, Westminster. 5 February 1890. 1l. (pp.7-8)

JECB 4.4 ALS from A Dampier May. Elm Tree Road, London. 7 May 1890. 1l. (pp.10-11)

JECB 4.5 ALS from JECB to Cardinal Henry Manning. Dane Bank House, Congleton. 3 February [?1890]. 1l. (pp.10-11).

JECB 4.6 ALS from Cardinal Henry Manning. Archbishop's House, Westminster. 17 March 1884. 1l. (pp.14-16)

JECB 4.7 ALS from Cardinal Henry Manning to Cardinal Tachereau [Quebec]. Archbishop's House, Westminster. 17 March 1884. 1l. (pp.16-17)

JECB 4.8 ALS from Cardinal Henry Manning. Archbishop's House, Westminster. 21 December 1884. 1l. (pp.16-17)

JECB 4.9 ALS from Cardinal Henry Manning. Archbishop's House, Westminster. 10 May 1888. 1l. (pp.16-17)

JECB 4.10 ALS from Cardinal Henry Manning. Archbishop's House, Westminster. 21 July 1887. 1l. (pp.16-17)

JECB 4.11 ALS from Cardinal Henry Manning. Archbishop's House, Westminster. 27 November 1888. 1l. (pp.16-17)

JECB 4.12 ALS from Cardinal Henry Manning. Archbishop's House, Westminster. 7 January 1889. 1l. (pp.18-19)

JECB 4.13 ALS from Cardinal Henry Manning. Archbishop's House, Westminster. 30 January 1889. 1l. (pp.18-19)

JECB 4.14 ALS from Cardinal Henry Manning. Archbishop's House, Westminster. 30 June 1889. 1l. (pp.18-19)

JECB 4.15 ALS from Cardinal Henry Manning. Archbishop's House, Westminster. New Year's Day [1 January] 1890. 1l. (pp.19-20)

JECB 4.16 ALS from Cardinal Henry Manning to Mgr L'Eveque d'Autun. Archbishop's House, Westminster. 10 April 1890. 1l. Envelope (pp.19-20)

JECB 4.17 ALS from Cardinal Henry Manning. Archbishop's House, Westminster. 26 March 1890. 1l. (pp.19-20)

JECB 4.18 ALS from Cardinal Henry Manning. Archbishop's House, Westminster. 3 July 1889. 1l. (pp.19-20)

JECB 4.19 ALS from Cardinal Henry Manning. Archbishop's House, Westminster. 31 March 1890. 1l. (pp.20-21)

JECB 4.20 ALS from Cardinal Henry Manning. Archbishop's House, Westminster. 30 July 1890. 1l. (pp.21-22)

JECB 4.21 ALS from Cardinal Henry Manning. Archbishop's House, Westminster. Easter Eve [5 April] 1890. 1l. (pp.21-22)

JECB 4.22 ALS from Cardinal Henry Manning. Archbishop's House, Westminster. 3 January 1891. 1l. (pp.22-23)

JECB 4.23 ALS from JECB to Cardinal Henry manning. Local Government Board, Whitehall. 4 March 1884. 1l. (pp.23-24)

JECB 4.24 ALS from Cardinal Henry Manning. Archbishop's House, Westminster. 3 January 1891. 1l. (pp.23-24)

JECB 4.25 ALS from JECB to Cardinal Henry Manning. Port [?] St., London. 24 July [no year]. 1l. (pp.24-25)

JECB 4.26 ALS from JECB to Cardinal Henry Manning. Mannenbach. Lake Constance. 26 June [1887]. 1l. (pp.25-26)

JECB 4.27 ALS from JECB to Cardinal Henry Manning. Dane Bank House, Congleton. 30 August 1889. 1l. (pp.26-27)

JECB 4.28 ALS from JECB to Cardinal Henry Manning. East Cowes Castle. Spithead. 16 August [1903]. 1l. (pp.27-28)

JECB 4.29 ALS from Lord Ronald Gower. Stafford House, London. 17 November 1876. 1l. (pp.29-30)

JECB 4.30 ALS from Lord Ronald Gower, The Hague, Sunday 14 July 1889. 1l. (pp.29-30)

JECB 4.31 ALS from Lord Ronald Gower. Hotel Victoria, Rome. 1 May 1891. 1l. (pp.30-31)

JECB 4.32 APS from James Abbott McNeill Whistler. [No address] Sunday 29 July [no year]. Signed with Whistler's butterfly emblem. (pp.32-33)

JECB 4.33 ALS from James Abbott McNeill Whistler. [No address, undated] Signed with Whistler's butterfly emblem. (pp.32-33)

JECB 4.34 ALS from 'R.S.' [?]Staff Room. Saturday. 1l. (pp.32-33)

JECB 4.35 Printed list of stewards, including Prince Leopold and Oscar Wilde, for the 1877 Commemoration Ball of the Apollo University Lodge. (pp.35-36)

JECB 4.36 Autographed photograph of Prince Leopold. (pp.37-38)

JECB 4.37 ALS from Prince Leopold. Windsor Castle. 3 July 1875. 1l. Envelope. (pp.37-38)

JECB 4.38 ALS from Prince Leopold. Balmoral Castle. 26 May 1877. 1l. (pp.38-39)

JECB 4.39 ALS from Prince Leopold. Windsor Castle. 18 July 1879. 1l. Envelope. (pp.39-40)

JECB 4.40 ALS from Prince Leopold. Claremont. 30 May 1882. 1l. Envelope. (pp.40-41)

JECB 4.41 Envelope addressed to JECB. Postmarked 26 May [?1887]

JECB 4.42 Declaration [by Sir Charles W Dilke though probably not in his hand] Royal Government Board, Whitehall. 19 February 1884. 1l. (pp.42-43)

JECB 4.43 ALS from Sir Charles W Dilke. Sloane St. London, Tuesday 24 May 1910. 1l. (pp.42-43)

JECB 4.44 ALS to Sir Charles W Dilke from J [?]Riletzki. Gloucester St, Queen's Square, London. Undates. 1l. (pp.42-43)

JECB 4.45 ALS from Sir Charles W Dilke. Friedrichsruh. Sunday 8 September 1889. 2l. (pp.43-44 and 44)

JECB 4.46 ALS from Emilia FS Dilke. Sloane St, London. 7 May [1904]. 1l. [stiff card] (pp.44-45)

JECB 4.47 ALS from Sir Charles W Dilke. Sloane St., London. 7 May 1904. 1l. (pp.45-47)

JECB 4.48 ALS from Lord Salisbury. Hatfield House, Hatfield. 22 October 1887. 1l. (pp.47-50)

JECB 4.49 ALS from Lord Shaftesbury. Grosvenor Square, London. 19 March 1884. 1l. (pp.49-50)

JECB 4.50 AL from Bishop Samuel Wilberforce. Dean's Yard, Westminster Abbey. 2 April [1903]. 2ls. (pp.50-51 and 51-52)

JECB 4.51 ALS from Cardinal Gibbons. N. Charles St., Baltimore. 6 March 1889. 1l; (pp.51-52)

JECB 4.52 ALS from Cardinal Gibbons. N. Charles St., Baltimore. 11 Augusth 1889. 1l; (pp.52-53)

JECB 4.53 ALS from Cardinal Gibbons. N. Charles St., Baltimore. 3 September 1889. 1l; (pp.53-54)

JECB 4.54 ALS from Cardinal Gibbons. N. Charles St., Baltimore. 26 November 1889. 1l; (pp.54-55)

JECB 4.55 ALS from Cardinal Gibbons. N. Charles St., Baltimore. 27 December 1889. 1l; (pp.55-56)

JECB 4.56 ALS from Cardinal Gibbons. N. Charles St., Baltimore. 3 January 1890. 1l; (pp.56-57)

JECB 4.57 ALS from Cardinal Gibbons. N. Charles St., Baltimore. 23 January 1890. 1l; (pp.57-58)

JECB 4.58 TLS from (later US President) Theodore Roosevelt. United States Civil Service Commission, Washington. 19 December 1889. 2ls. (pp.62-63)

JECB 4.59 TLS from T Herbert Warren [at this time President of Magdalen College and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford, later Oxford Professor of Poetry]. Magdalen College, Oxford. 16 June 1910. 1l. (pp.63-64)

JECB 4.60 ALS from (later US President) Theodore Roosevelt. United States Civil Service Commission, Washington. 19 December 1889. 1l. (pp.63-64)

JECB 4.61 ALS from (later US President) Theodore Roosevelt. United States Civil Service Commission, Washington. 18 November 1889. 1l. (pp.63-64)

JECB 4.62 TLS from Whitelaw Reid. Dorchester House, Park Lane. 3 April 1911. 1l. (pp.66-67)

JECB 4.63 TLS from Whitelaw Reid. Dorechester House, Park Lane. 22 May 1909. 1l. (pp.66-67)

JECB 4.64 ALS from Joseph H Choate. American Embassy, London. 6 September 1904. 1l. (pp.67-68)

JECB 4.65 ALS from Joseph H Choate. American Embassy, London. 2 May 1899. 1l. (pp.67-68)

JECB 4.66 Signed photograph of SL Clemens ('Mark Twain') dated May 1889. 1l. (pp.69-70)

JECB 4.67 ALS from SL Clemens ('Mark Twain') to JECB. [Begins 'Dear Mr Clemens' sic] No address. 15 June [?1889]. 1l. (pp.69-70)

JECB 4.68 ALS from Shane Leslie. The Dublin Review, Orchard St, London. 31 October 1921. 1l. (pp.70-71)

JECB 4.69 ALS from Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan. Biarritz. Wednesday 5 April 1899. 1l. (pp.71-72)

JECB 4.70 ALS from J Forbes Robertson. Lyric Theatre, London. 1902. 1l. (pp.72-73)

JECB 4.71 ALS from H. Beerbohm Tree. Her Majesty's Theatre, London. No date. 1l. (pp.73-74)

JECB 4.72 ALS from Matthew Arnold. Sussex Square, London. 16 December [no year]. 1l (pp.75-76). (see p'copy in Arnold Papers Misc Letters.)

JECB 4.73 ALS from Augustus N Hare. Athenaeum Club, Pall Mall. 15 July 1890. 1l. (pp.76-77)

JECB 4.74 ALS from (Duchess) Adeline M Bedford. Hotel du Portugal, Vernet-les-Bains. 17 February [no year]. 1l (pp.79-80)

JECB 4.75 ALS from (Duchess) Adeline M Bedford. Hotel Weimar, Marienbach. 6 September [no year]. 1l. (79-80)

JECB 4.76 ALS from (Duchess) Adeline M Bedford. Chenies, Rickmansworth. 8 June 1916. 1l. (pp.79-80)

JECB 4.77 ALS from (Duchess) Adeline M Bedford. Bruton St, Berkeley Square, London. 5 March 1906. 1l. (pp.79-80)

JECB 4.78 ALS from (Duchess) Adeline M Bedford. Bruton St, Berkeley Square, London. 9 November [no year]. 1l. (pp.79-80)

JECB 4.79 ALS from (Duchess) Adeline M Bedford. The Palace, Hereford. 8 August 1907. 1l. (pp.79-80)

JECB 4.80 ALS from (Duchess) Adeline M Bedford. The Palace, Hereford. New Year's Day [1 January] 1911. 1l. (pp.79-80)

JECB 4.81 ALS from (Duchess) Adeline M Bedford. Preen Manor, Shrewsbury. 17 August 1914. 1l. (pp.79-80)

JECB 4.82 ALS from Revd. Alfred Fawkes. The Vicarage, Ashby St Ledgers, Rugby. 29 May [1925]. 1l. (pp.80-81)

JECB 4.83 ALS from Revd. Alfred Fawkes. [no address] 4 June [no year]. 1l. (pp.80-81)

JECB 4.84 ALS from Revd. Alfred Fawkes. The Vicarage, Ashby St Ledgers, Rugby. 1 June[1925]. 1l. (pp.80-81)

JECB 4.85 ALS from Revd. Alfred Fawkes. The Vicarage, Ashby St Ledgers, Rugby. 14 April [no year]. 1l. (pp.80-81)

JECB 4.86 ALS from Lord hugh Cecil. House of Commons Library. 2 March 1899. 1l. (pp.80-81)

JECB 4.87 ALS from Arthur Biggs. Buckingham Palace, London. 28 march 1911. 1l. (pp.81-82)

JECB 4.88 ALS from Arthur Biggs. York Cottage, Sandringham, Norfolk. 18 January 1911. 1l. (pp.83-84)

JECB 4.89 ALS from Arthur Biggs. York House, St James' Palace, London. 13 May 1902. 1l. (pp.83-84)

JECB 4.90 ALS from Arthur Biggs. York House, St James' Palace, London. 25 October 1902. 1l. (pp.83-84)

JECB 4.91 ALS from Lord Stamfordham [Arthur Biggs]. Buckingham Palace, London. 21 May 1915. 1l. (pp.84-85)

JECB 4.92 ALS from Lord Stamfordham [Arthur Biggs]. Winchester Tower, Windsor Castle. 17 June 1922. 1l. (pp.84-85)

JECB 4.93 ALS from Lord Stamfordham [Arthur Biggs]. Buckingham Palace, London. 22 June 1915. 1l. (pp.84-85)

JECB 4.94 ALS from Lord Stamfordham [Arthur Biggs]. Buckingham Palace, London. 21 March 1912. 1l. (pp.84-85)

JECB 4.95 ALS from John Hall. Dorset Square, London. 9 December 1915. 1l. (pp87-88)

JECB 4.96 ALS from John Hall. Dorset Square, London. 14 December 1915. 1l. (pp.88A-88B)

JECB 4.97 ALS from George W Higginson, Glydernscroft, Marlow, Bucks. Saturday 13 April 1918. 1l. (pp.88A-88B)

JECB 4.98 TLS from Lord Grenfell. Overstone, Northampton. 17 October 1916. 1l. (pp.88A-88B)

JECB 4.99 TLS from H Austin Lee. British Embassy, Paris. 13 December 1914. 1l. (pp.89-90)

JECB 4.100 ALS from H Austin Lee. British Embassy, Paris. 23 October [1909]. 1l. (pp.91-92)

JECB 4.101 ALS from H Austin Lee. British Embassy, Paris. 13 March [1914]. 1l. (pp.91-92)

JECB 4.102 ALS from R Waddington. Paris. 29 March 1903. 1l. (pp.92-93)

JECB 4.103 ALS from R Waddington. Paris. 14 March 1907. 1l. (pp.93-94)

JECB 4.104 ALS from R Waddington. St Leger. 3 December 1911. 1l. (pp.94-95)

JECB 4.105 ALS from Georges Clemenceau. Chambre des Députés. 10 June 1890. 1l. (pp.99-100)

JECB 4.106 ALS from Georges Clemenceau. Ministere de la Guerre, Paris. 20 December 1918. 1l. (pp.100-101)

JECB 4.107 ALS from Georges Clemenceau. Chambre des Députés, Féole, Vendée. 18 September 1884. 1l. (pp.100-101)

JECB 4.108 ALS from Paul Leroy Beaulieu. Paris. 15 January 1898. 1l. (pp.100-101)

JECB 4.109 ALS from Paul Leroy Beaulieu. Paris. 7 January 1899. 1l. (pp.100-101)

JECB 4.110 ALS from Albert de Mun. [No address]. 24 August [no year] 1l. (pp.101-102)

JECB 4.111 ALS from Albert de Mun. Rue François, paris. 30 June 1890. 1l. (pp.101-102)

JECB 4.112 Carte-télégramme from MDH Taine. [No address] Postmark 30 May [no year]. (pp.101-102)

JECB 4.113 ALS from Emile Martin. Le Sous-Prefet de Bergerac. 22 July 1909. 1l. (pp.102-103)

JECB 4.114 ALS from Jules Cambon. Préfecture du Rhône. 20 January 1891. 1l. (pp.102-103)

JECB 4.115 ALS from Jules Cambon. Lyon. 23 January 1891. 1l. (pp.103-104)

JECB 4.116 ALS from Georges Picot. Institut de France, Paris. 20 December 1902. 1l. (pp.103-104)

JECB 4.117 ALS from Jules Cambon. Lyon. 21 January 1891. 1l. (pp.104A-104B)

JECB 4.118 ALS from georges Picot. Institut de France, Paris. 9 March 1903. 1l. (pp.104A-104B)

JECB 4.119 ALS from JJ Jusserand. Avenue du President Wilson. 12 April 1925. 1l. (pp.104A-104B)

JECB 4.120 ALS from Princess Mathilde Bonaparte. [No Adress] 29 May [no year[. 1l. (pp.104B-105A)

JECB 4.121 ALS from Princess Mathilde Bonaparte. [No Adress] 18 May [no year[. 1l. (pp.104B-105A)

JECB 4.122 ALS from Prince Victor Napoleon Bonaparte. Brussels, 20 December 1905. 2ls. (pp.105A-105B)

JECB 4.123 ALS from Princess Clementine Bonaparte. Farnborough Hill, Farnborough. 11 February 1916. 1l. Envelope. (pp.105B-106)

Typed copies of 2 letters by James McNeill Whistler, undated. Photographs of 2 invitation cards from Whistler to JECB. (pp.31-33)

Typed copy of 1 letter from Lord Grenfell, ca. 1919. (p.88)

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