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- Clergy -- Connecticut 7
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- Clergy -- Connecticut -- 18th century 4
- Autographs (manuscripts) 3
- Autographs -- Great Britain 3
- Clergy -- Connecticut -- 19th century 3
- Clergy -- Great Britain 3
- Clergy -- Great Britain -- Autographs 3
- Connecticut -- Religion -- 18th century 3
- Connecticut -- Religion -- 19th century 3
- English poetry -- 18th century 3
- Politicians -- Great Britain -- Autographs 3
- Actors -- Great Britain -- Autographs 2
- Antislavery movements -- United States 2
- Authors, English -- Autographs 2
- Bible -- Theology -- Early works to 1800 2
- Cabinet photographs 2
- Calvinism -- United States 2
- Church records 2 ∧ less
- French 1
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- Church of England 2
- Church of England (Benefices) 2
- Church of England (Clergy) 2
- Clap, Thomas, 1703-1767 2
- Congregational Church (North Haven, Conn.) 2
- Edwards family 2
- Edwards, Jonathan, 1703-1758 2
- Edwards, Timothy, 1669-1758 2
- Levy, Edward G., 1898-1990 2
- Percy, Thomas, 1729-1811 2
- Stiles family 2
- Stiles, Ezra, 1727-1795 2
- Stiles, Isaac, 1697-1760 2
- Taylor family 2
- Taylor, Edward, 1642-1729 2
- Washington, George, 1732-1799 2
- Adams, R. A. (Revels Alcorn), 1869- 1
- African Methodist Episcopal Church 1
- Alison, Francis, 1705-1779 1
- American Abolition Society 1 ∧ less
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The papers include correspondence and legal documents relating to the careers of Lewis Atterbury (d. 1693), Lewis Atterbury (1656-1731), and Francis Atterbury, as well as various receipts, epitaphs, poems, prayers, and seals.
Letters, journals, and sermons by or relating to Jonathan Brace, Congregationalist minister at First Congregational Church in Litchfield and Milford, Connecticut, 1785-1877. Some materials pertain to members of the Brace family, specifically Brace's mother, Lucy Mather Brace; his aunt, Fanny Brace; and his grandfather, Congressman Jonathan Brace (1754-1837).
The John Sawyer Brooks Papers contain correspondence, scrapbooks, photographs and drawings, and other papers, most relating to missionaries and mission administration at the Mendi Mission in Sierra Leone, 1851-1859. Also present are papers relating to the Mount Pleasant Mission in Peel Township, Ontario, 1846-1855, and to the Brooks family, 1850s-circa 2000.
The collection contains correspondence of several members of the Burney family, particularly Charles Burney (1726-1814); his children Charles Burney, D. D. (1757-1817), Fanny Burney (1752-1840), and Susanna Burney Philips; and Charles Burney IV (1815-1907). Other major correspondents include Alexandre d'Arblay, William Bewley, Peter Paul Dobree, George Isaac Huntingford, John Kaye, Hester Lynch Piozzi, Thomas Twining, and John Young.
Correspondence, writings, and other papers of and about Thomas Percy, preserved by his daughter Barbara Isted and mainly concerning Percy and Isted family matters, such as inheritances and the death of Barbara Isted's infant daughter. Includes manuscripts of "Oh Nanny wilt thou gang wi' me" and another poem written to his wife, as well as obituaries, copies of his will, genealogies, and copies of poems by other writers.
Collection of several thousand clipped autographs, franked envelopes, and autographed notes and letters by British notables, mostly from the nineteenth century. The collection is particularly strong in members of the British royal family; members of the nobility and gentry; politicians; churchmen, including missionaries and members of the Anglican hierarchy; and artists, actors, authors and journalists.
Consists of several thousand clipped autographs, franked envelopes, autographed photographs and printed cards and slips, and autograph notes and letters.
The collection consists of 86 documents, mostly letters, gathered by Mann for their signatures. Most of the individuals represented are clergymen or preachers, particularly Baptists, and include Abraham Booth, Christmas Evans, Samuel Kilpin, John Ryland, and Basil Woodd.
The papers document aspects of the life and career of Norton Nicholls, especially his Grand Tour (1770-1773), his friendships, and his family relationships. Major correspondents include Jane Floyer Nicholls, Karl von Bonstetten, Thomas Gray, John Minifie, and Thomas David Boswell.
Correspondence, mainly concerning Percy's duties as a Court preacher, including the scheduling of sermons with various other clergymen. Almost every letter is accompanied by a typed transcription. There is also correspondence from Henry Meen about literature; Meen's work on translations from Greek; and his correction of proofs for Percy.