Autograph letters to Clement Mansfield Ingleby signed from various correspondents [manuscript], 1864-1880.

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Ingleby, C. M. (Clement Mansfield), 1823-1886,. Autograph letters to Clement Mansfield Ingleby signed from various correspondents [manuscript], 1864-1880.

Autograph letters to Clement Mansfield Ingleby signed from various correspondents [manuscript], 1864-1880.

Volume 4 of a 7-volume set of bound letters chiefly addressed to C.M. Ingleby. Correspondents in this volume: F.E. Bache, R.G. Latham, J.D. Morell, Augustus De Morgan, John Pilkington Norris, F.C. Husenbeth, George Salmon, Robert Perceval Graves, Henry Sidgwick, J.H. Stirling, H.A. Holden, William Brenchley Rye, Lord Alwyne Compton, A.H. Paget, H.A.J. Munro, Joseph Barber Lightfoot, Frances Power Cobbe, John Ruskin, Herbert Spencer, Mackenzie Walcott, G.H. Lewes, W.W. Skeat, Susan Fanny Dawson, Francis William Newman, J.J. Sylvester, Samuel Brandram, Cornelius Inglis, A.R. Wallace, Alexander B. Grosart, John MacGregor, Brinsley Nicholson, Richard Grant White, Edward Caird, Henry Irving, Alexander J. Ellis. Also includes an extract from Frances Power Cobbe's Peak in Darien and an extract from Archbishop Whately's annotations on Bacon's essays (both after C.a.25 (43)).

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