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Papers of Thomas Hill Green, Fellow of Balliol

Introduction

Biographical information

Provenance of the papers

Bibliography

Catalogue

I. BIOGRAPHY

a. Green’s Correspondence

b. Recollections of Green.

c. Documents connected with THG’s social and political activities

d. Biographical Miscellanea

II. PHILOSOPHY

a. Numbered Manuscripts

b. Unnumbered Manuscripts

c. Annotated Books

III. HISTORY

a. Manuscripts

b. Annotated Books

IV. RELIGION

a. Manuscripts

b. Books

V. MISCELLANEOUS

- Anna Sander


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