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Fielding, Henry, 1707-1754



  • Existence: April 22, 1707 - October 8, 1754


Henry Fielding (1707-1754), English novelist and dramatist.

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Wilbur Lucius Cross papers

Call Number: MS 155
Abstract: The papers are composed of correspondence, speeches, writings, research notes, subject files, and memorabilia which document Wilbur Cross's education, scholarship, teaching career, service to Yale University, and tenure as governor of Connecticut. The papers are Cross's personal files and do not include administrative records from Yale or from the governor's office. The papers highlight Cross's research on the development of the English novel; public reaction to his books, public...
Dates: 1876-1948

Frederick Stoever Dickson collection regarding Henry Fielding

Call Number: GEN MSS 511
Abstract: The Frederick Stoever Dickson Collection regarding Henry Fielding consists of correspondence, writings and subject files documenting research and scholarship on Henry Fielding. There are two series: Frederick Stoever Dickson Papers and Material from Other Sources.The Frederick Stoever Dickson Papers consist of three subseries: Correspondence, Writings and Subject Files. Correspondence consists chiefly of letters to Dickson from publishers, bookdealers, journal editors, libraries and...
Dates: 1733-1937, bulk 1900-1922

Letter : London, to George Lyttleton (facsimile), 1749 Aug 29

 Part of Collection — Box 51: [Barcode: 39002137225265], Folder: GROUP 1788, F-2
Call Number: GEN MSS MISC
Scope and Contents:

Four copies of a reduced facsimile letter, from the original in the Historical Society Library, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Accompanied by an engraving entitled "The Overthrow of Dr. Slop."

Dates: 1749 Aug 29

Receipt : to John Nourse, n.d.

 Part of Collection — Box 51: [Barcode: 39002137225265], Folder: GROUP 1788, F-1
Call Number: GEN MSS MISC
Scope and Contents:

Holograph manuscript receipt, signed. Mounted on board and matted with a description of the item from an unidentified printed publication.

Dates: n.d.