Murray, John, 1778-1843
- Existence: 1778 - 1843
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Francis White (1892 – 1961) was an American diplomat born in Baltimore. The collection consists of correspondence, speeches, memos and office files relating to White's career in the Foreign Service and his work for ITT and the Foreign Bondholders Protective Council. The bulk of the papers spans the years 1914-1961.
Overview Harry S. Dickey was a Baltimore business man and collector, who was born in 1891 and received his B.A. degree from The Johns Hopkins University in 1912. Dickey an admirer of the English poet, Lord Byron. This collection is composed of handwritten letters and poems relating to Byron, as well as published or printed sheet music, engravings, and article clippings. Notably, there are a few handwritten Oscar Wilde letters and poems, as Dickey was a collector of Wilde as well. The collection spans...
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Scope and Contents The holographic letters which form this collection were written by the English poet, Robert Southey. The letter of August 22, 1825 was written to "Dear Sir." It is likely the person addressed is the London publisher, John Murray, since Southey writes that he is sending copy of the Vindici‘ and will presently send copy of the Peninsular War. The letter was written during the period when Southey was responding to Catholic criticism of Book of the Church. In the letter, Southey writes...