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Additional biographical information about Hutton, including his convalescence at Polesden Lacey, 1915

Biographical information on Thomas Jacomb Hutton compiled by Janet Durbin, 2023, as part of research into patients treated at Polesden Lacey convalescent home for officers, 1915-1916. File includes: image of a letter by Dr George Spence Candy, 20 Aug 1915, detailing Hutton's symptoms; details of Hutton at Rossall School, Lancashire, including a copy group photograph; copy photographs and biographical notes relating to Hutton, his brother Lieutenant George Hutton, and his wife, psychiatrist Isabel Galloway Emslie Hutton.

Papers, [1835-1869 and 1898], on experimental apparatus - electricity

Bundle of papers entitled 'experimental apparatus-electricity', comprising working notes and correspondence relating mainly to electric telegraph equipment including a letter between James Clerk Maxwell (1831-1879), physicist and  Professor of Natural Philosophy, King's College London, and Charles Wheatstone, concerning the quantity of electricity required to charge a wire, 1862; notes on various pieces of electrical apparatus, principally components in the electric telegraph, including the induction relay, finger input key, circuit breakers, and proposed equipment designed to improve the performance of telegraph printers and reduce the power consumption of the telegraph, with rough sketches and illustrations; inventory of telegraphic accessories; instructions for the construction of a portable meteorology station; correspondence by John Frederick William Herschel (1792-1871), mathematician and astronomer, regarding Kew Observatory and academic vacancies at the University of Melbourne, Australia, 1848-1852, [1848-1862]. Correspondence between Alexander Siemens (1847-1928), electrical engineer, and John Cutler (1839-1925), Professor of English Law and Jurisprudence, King’s College London, on telegraphic cables, 1898.

Letters, chiefly 1865-1868, to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with A

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including William Grylls Adams (1836-1915), Professor of Natural Philosophy, including letters regarding his application for the post; his work as the Dean of the Applied Science Department; the formation of his syllabus; the creation of the Physics Laboratory and Workshop, including plans. Also includes a typescript paper The foundation of the Physical Laboratory for students in King’s College London by Adams [1905].

Minutes and meeting papers of UMDS Accommodation Committee, 1982-1984, 1986

Minutes and papers of the United Medical Schools of Guy's and St Thomas's Hospitals Accommodation Committee, a sub-committee of the School Council (Academic Board), 20 Dec 1982-3 Aug 1984, 10 Jan 1986, relating to the reallocation of space within the school buildings to various departments.

Notes, undated, by Henry Holgate Carwardine and extracts of minutes from the Company of Barber Surgeons, 1645-1744, possibly for proposed book on the 'Craft of Surgery'

Papers attributed to Henry Holgate Carwardine comprising manuscript notes including extracts from the minute books of the United Company of Barber Surgeons respecting lectures, 1645-1744; and other notes.

Carwardine, Henry Holgate, 1779-1867, surgeon

Letters to John Hamilton (Ian's grandfather) from author Rev Norman MacLeod, 1860

Four undated letters received by Hamilton's grandfather, John George Hamilton, from Rev Dr Norman MacLeod, mainly relating to requests for charitable purposes, MacLeod's novel [The gold thread (Edinburgh, 1861)], and MacLeod's visit to Victoria, Queen of Great Britain and Ireland, at Balmoral, Scotland. With letter from Macleod's brother, Rev Dr Donald Macleod, thanking Hamilton's uncle, Rev Harry Hamilton, for the use of his letters [for Donald Macleod's biography Memoir of Norman Macleod, 2 vols (London, 1876)]. 1 file, 5 letters

ENK, Professor Petrus Johannes (1885-1960)

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  • 15th century

Papers of Enk, mainly comprising notebooks, relating to his work in school and college on classical texts and Latin literature, (predominantly 1894-1907), including notes on and partial translations into Dutch of the Annals of Publius Cornelius Tacitus, the Metamorphoses of Publius Ovidius Naso, the works of Marcus Tullius Cicero, the Elegiae of Sextus Propertius, the Carmina of Giovanni Pascoli; working papers, 1876-1923, of Enk's former teacher, Professor Jacobus Johannes Hartman of Leiden (1851-1924), mainly comprising notebooks and partial translations into Dutch, of the Adelphoe , Andria , and Hecyra of Publius Terentius Afer, the Epistulae Ex Ponto of Publius Ovidius Naso, the Aeneid of Publius Vergilius Maro, the Seven against Thebes of Aeschylus; notebook by Hartman entitled 'Adversaria Lucianen', 1876; manuscript topographical notebook by Hartman entitled 'Romeinsche Antiquiteiten', 1905; press cuttings and obituaries of Hartman (predominantly 1924); correspondence of Enk and Hartman with Dutch, English and German scholars of Latin, [1920s and 1930s]; photographs and illustrations of classical sculpture and architectural sites; typescript inventories of Enk's library of classical texts and pamphlets as at 1 Jun 1960. With bound manuscript of the Thebais by Publius Papinius Statius, in an Italian humanistic script of the late 15th century.

Enk, Petrus Johannes, 1885-1960, Professor of Latin

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