Washington State University - Holland Library
Notes and documents of Christopher Smart
Ohio University - Alden Library
Edmund Blunden's extensively annotated copy of A song to David / by Christopher Smart ; edited, with notes, etc. by J.R. Tutin. London : W. Andrews, 1898. Used in preparation of Blunden's own edition published by Cobden-Sanderson in 1924. Notes dated 1923
Michigan State University - University Archives and Historical Collections
This collection consists of the galley proofs, page proofs, research materials, documents, drafts, notes, photocopies of the work Sherbo did as an editor, and other materials. Also included is his correspondence from 1957 to 1972. Biographical and bibliographical materials are present in the collection
Morgan Library and Museum - Pierpont Morgan Library
Appealing for help in his desperate situation
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Surviving pages of a poem written by Smart, chiefly while he was in the Bethlehem Royal Hospital; first published in 1939
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Enumerates all the special qualities of Jeoffry the cat
Harvard University - Houghton Library
This collection includes nine letters and three annuity receipts. Most of the letters relate to Richardson's literary and publishing careers. Individual letters discuss Clarissa, and fellow authors Thomas Edwards, Mary Leapor, Christopher Smart, and Edward Young
University at Buffalo, State University of New York
Correspondence file of Charles D. Abbott, primarily with persons outside the Library, pertaining especially to the rare book and poetry collections; also includes correspondence with the University of Buffalo Chancellor, Dean of Administration, and Treasurer
New York Public Library
Sewn notebook with semi-stiff marbled covers, containing over fifty poems and extracts in a single, neat, unidentified hand. The first sixteen pieces are copied from Elizabeth Anne Le Noir's Village Anecdotes (1804). Most of the other pieces are, or appear to be, copied from contemporary periodicals; named sources include the European Magazine, the Lady's Magazine, and the Lewes Journal. Identified or identifiable authors include Robert Lloyd, John Dent (M.P. and banker), Christopher Smart, Jonas Hanway, and Alexander Pope. Nine of the pieces could possibly be original and unpublished: "On a Neighbour's Decease," page 17; "Found Written in the Prayer Book of Miss B.," page 23; "On the Harrow Band," page 24; "To the Miss Grah-ms of Chelsea, By a Naval Officer," signed "H.E.B.," page 25; "Song" ("In infant years, e'er my poor panting heart"), page 25; "Song" ("To freedom born young Pressail's heart"), page 26; "On a late Festival at the Crown at H---w to the Miss B's," page 33; ... Read More
Brown University Library
[1] 1912, October 9 [postcard].--Gives him the address of an authority on early printing. [2] 1915, January 27 [4 p. With envelope].--He discusses his (Madan's) complete collection of Daniel Press publications and the need for a completer bibliography. [3] 1915, November 13 [3 p. With envelope].--Discusses means of obtaining papers by the Daniel Press and the precedent Frome Press. [4]1923, September 30 [2 p. With envelope].--Sends him 3 specimens of the Frome Press and one of the Oxford Daniel Press. [5] 1923, November 4 [postcard].--Thanks him for the Stevenson leaf and says he is glad he likes the specimens of the Frome Press. [6] 1929, February 9 [3 p. With envelope].--Answers inquiry about Edmund Blunden's edition of Christopher Smart's A Song to David with Other Poems. Comments on Thomas Humphry Ward's criticism of the poem. [7] 1929, May 10 [1 l.].--"You have an eagle eye for Danielica, [concerning the Daniel Press]. I send with pleasure a copy of the Oxford Oddments." [8] ... Read More


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