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Review: The University and College Libraries of Cambridge

Cambridge University Library Additonal Manuscript 7514 Poems & Translations, 1646

Notes on Cambridge University Library MS Ff.1.6


Observing the Overhearing: The Anne Stevenson Papers in Cambridge University Library

JENKINSON, Francis John Henry (1853 - 1923), Librarian, University Library, Cambridge, since 1889

Unpublished Elizabethan Sonnets in a Legal Manuscript from the Cambridge University Library

The Quiring System in Cambridge University Library MS Dd.4.24 of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales

A Repertorium of Middle English Prose Sermons. Part 1: Introduction and Cambridge University Library to London, British Library (Additional). Part 2: London, British Library (Arundel) to London, Westminster Abbey Library. Part 3: Manchester, John Rylands University Library to Oxford, Bodleian Library. Part 4: Oxford, Hertford College to York, Borthwick Institute for Archives, plus Indices. By Veronica O’Mara and Suzanne Paul.

Michael Sherbrook, The Fall of Roche Abbey and the Provenance of Cambridge University Library MS GG. 3.33

Summary Catalogue of the Additional Medieval Manuscripts in Cambridge University Library acquired before 1940. By Jayne Ringrose.

DAVISON, Archibald Thompson (1883 - 1961), James Edward Ditson Professor of Music, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass, USA, 1929–June 1954, Professor Emeritus, 1954; Curator Emeritus, Isham Memorial Library

BENNETT, Jack Arthur Walter (1911 - 1981), Professor of Medieval and Renaissance English, Cambridge University, 1964–78; Fellow of Magdalene College, Cambridge, since 1964; Keeper of the Old Library, Magdalene College, 1968–78

Bernhard Bischoff. Manuscripts and Libraries in the Age of Charlemagne. Translated and edited by Michael Gorman. (Cambridge Studies in Palaeography and Codicology, number 1.) New York: Cambridge University Press. 1994. Pp. xv, 193. $64.95

REIF, Stefan Clive (born 1944), Professor of Medieval Hebrew Studies, Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Cambridge, 1998–2006, now Emeritus; Fellow of St John’s College, Cambridge, since 1998; Founder Director, Genizah Research Unit, 1973–2006, and Head, Oriental Division, 1983–2006, Cambridge University Library

Anthony Grafton and Megan Williams. Christianity and the Transformation of the Book: Origen, Eusebius, and the Library of Caesarea. Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press. 2006. Pp. xvi, 367. $29.95

David Philip Miller and Peter Hanns Reill, editors. Visions of Empire: Voyages, Botany, and Representations of Nature. New York: Cambridge University Press, in association with the UCLA Center for Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century Studies and the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library. 1996. Pp. xix, 370. $59.95

WATSON, Foster (1860 - 1929), Professor Emeritus and Special Lecturer in the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, since 1913; Special Lecturer in the University of Liverpool, 1920; Dunkin Lecturer in Manchester College, Oxford, 1920; Gresham Professor of Rhetoric since 1915; formerly Chairman of Committee of the Educational Conferences; Life Member of the Court of Governors of the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth; Governor of Dr Williams’s High School for Girls, Dolgelley; External Examiner in Education in the University of London, 1905–09, 1913–17, 1923–27; in the University of Liverpool, 1922–24, and of the National Froebel Union; late Examiner in Education, Universities of Cambridge and Aberdeen; Departmental Editor, Cyclopedia of Education, New York; Editor of the Encyclopædia and Dictionary of Education, London; a Trustee of Dr Williams’s Library; one of the Vice-Presidents of the Royal Society of Literature; Hon. Member of the Maine Historical Society USA; Corresponding Member of the Hispanic Society of America; Corresponding Member of the Real Academia de Buenas Letras de Barcelona; Director hc del Centro de Cultura Valenciana; Socio honorario del Rat Penat de Valencia, and Soci de Mérit del Centro Escolar y Mercantil de Valencia; Hon. Member of La Association de Amigos de Luis Vives


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