Callender, Joseph, Jr.Bryn Mawr College1 item (1 p.) ;Document. Bill for spices purchased at Callender's "Cheap Grocery-Store, South-side the Market; - Where West-India Goods, Fruits and Groceries, Of every kind, may be had, WHOLESALE and RETAIL - Fresh and Good."Contact InformationCatalog Record
Ker, W. P. (William Paton), 1855-1923.Bryn Mawr College1 item (2 p.) ;ALS. Writes Housman "to report NO GO in the Shelley MSS as far as I am informed by careful enquirers particularly Mr. Peck of Exeter as per letters enclosed which have been given to me by Mr. O. Doughty."Contact InformationCatalog Record
Disraeli, Benjamin, 1804-1881.Bryn Mawr College1 item (4 p. on double sheet) ;ALS. To his wife, Disraeli writes that he has made some good speeches "each one more successful." He also describes dinners he has attended and recent events in Parliament.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Balfour, Betty, Lady, 1867-Bryn Mawr College1 item (4 p. on 2 leaves) ;ALS. Discusses her efforts to arrange a meeting between Housman and her friend Mr. Lane. Also writes of a recent trip to the country.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Lewis, Frederick.Bryn Mawr College1 item (3 p. on double sheet) ;ALS. Replying to Grundy's note of 29 January, Lewis states that he could teach drawing to Grundy's son, in 12 lessons at a cost of 2.10. With drawing at bottom of letter.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Haydon, Benjamin Robert, 1786-1846.Bryn Mawr College2 items (together 4 p.) ;2 ALsS. The first letter is positive: "You and Mr. Lightfoot are glorious dogs--I accede with pleasure. [Lazarus] is up and looks heroically." In the second letter he responds with indignity to the increasing irritability of his creditor. "I have had money transactions before now with friends, and have troubled them often, but I was never in my life so harrassed, hampered, pestered, plagued, ferretted, and insulted as I have been for these last three weeks."Contact InformationCatalog Record
Halsey, William, 1770-1843.Bryn Mawr College1 item (3 p. on double sheet) ;ALS. Discusses some matters of business as well as of gossip. Also asks: "What think you of the non-intercourse Bill? I think should it take place, there would soon be the D--l to pay in the East. The quotas of malitia [sic] to be held in readiness is with a view of ordering the people into submission--but the Yankees are not to be frightened with rifles. But of all the calamities which await us may the Lord of his infinite mercy deliver us from a civil war."Contact InformationCatalog Record
Lewis, Mary H.Bryn Mawr College2 items (together 8 p.) ;2 ALsS. To her mother, describing a European tour she is taking with her husband. With a postscript written by her husband, G.R. Lewis, on the first letter.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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