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British statesman and economist
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Letter of Henry Fawcett (1833-1884), British statesman and professor of political economy at Cambridge, to the editor of The Financial Reformer protesting its statements on his speech concerning taxation
Folger Shakespeare Library
Correspondents: J.W. Albaugh, Charles Leslie Allen, Walter Baynham, Charles E. Bu[n?]nell, W.H. Bowditch, Theodore Bromley, Charles K. Burns, Bartley Campbell, W.A. Chapman, Arthur B. Chase, J.S. Clarke, Frank Clements, Augustin Daly, Thomas Davey, William Davidge, J.C. Duff, Ada Dyas, Hy Edwards, R.M. Field, Stephen Fiske, J.C. Foster, Daniel Frohman, Vaughan Glaser, T.H. Glenney, Hamilton Griffin, J.C. Hall, C.B. Hanford, W.B. Lawrence, J.H. McVicker, John Malone, John L. Mathews, Frank Mayo, John Moore, J.D. Murphy, National Polish Society, Charles Pope, J.T. Raymond, John Rich, John Rickaby, J.W. Rosenquest, J.H. Selwyn, Mr. and Mrs. G.E.A.T. Sothern, Lytton Sothern, Fred Stinson, R.F. Trevellick, and Harry Williams. Some letters undated. Also included is a letter from Emma Courtaine to J.H. Stoddart
University of California, Berkeley
Concerning an alledged mistake in the transmission of a telegram from Akroyd to his son. On the stationery of Her Majesty's Post Master General
Morgan Library and Museum - Pierpont Morgan Library
State Library of Victoria
Oval portrait of a man, bust, wearing tinted glasses
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Correspondence, speeches, writings, articles, biographical material, family papers, printed matter, photographs, and other papers relating chiefly to Campbell's work for the education of the blind and to the Royal Normal College and Academy for the Blind, London, England. Papers of Campbell's wife, Sophia Faulkner Campbell, include a manuscript of her biography of Campbell. Also includes papers of a son, Charles Francis Faulkner Campbell, and of various members of the family identified with the college. Correspondents include Sir Rutherford Alcock; Thomas Rhodes Armitage; William Arrol; John P. Coldstream; Charles Eden; Henry Fawcett; Richardson Gardner; Carl C. Fitzroy; Edward Hopkins; John MacDonald; Lyon Playfair, Baron Playfair; John Presland; Dudley R. Smith; William Tebb; and Henry J. Wilson
Johns Hopkins University - Milton S. Eisenhower Library
Collection of English philosopher and economist, John Stuart Mill, consists of over 300 holographic letters written to him by noted economists, philosophers, theologians, and political figures of the nineteenth century. Drafts of Mill's replies are included along with 43 holographic letters written by Mill to Auguste Comte, 1841-1847. Most of the correspondence is published
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American-born musician, educator, and advocate for the blind. Correspondence, biographical notes and manuscripts, speeches, articles, printed matter, and photographs; personal letters, family papers, and manuscript of a biography of Campbell by his wife, Lady Sophia Campbell; and papers of a son, Charles Francis Faulkner Campbell. Includes papers relating to the Royal Normal College and Academy for the Blind in London, England, and of various members of the family identified with the college.

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