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Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)DA21/1/2/1/34
TitleG Lester Marriott, Alphonse Mingana, Gilbert Murray
Extent43 items
Date1913-1928
Description/1 Press cutting - obituary for Hannah Moulton, written by her son, James Hope Moulton [Tutor, Wesleyan College, Didsbury, Manchester], nd; /2 Typed copy of letter from Adolf Deissmann to W Fiddian Moulton, giving his condolences on the death of James Hope Moulton, 1917; /3-/5 Letters to James Rendel Harris from W Fiddian Moulton, concerning the death of James Hope Moulton, and telling James Rendel Harris about the arrangements he has made to find someone to complete James Hope Moulton's final book, 1917; /6 Letter to James Rendel Harris from Edward Cadbury thanking him for his letter 're residence in Selly Oak area,' 1925; /7 Letter to James Rendel Harris from Edward Cadbury concerning Alphonse Mingana's travel, 1925; /8 Letter to James Rendel Harris from Edward Cadbury concerning transfer of shares in Cadbury Brothers Ltd to Alphonse Mingana; agreeing to repay James Rendel Harris's expenses in sending Mingana; suggesting that 'the manuscripts coming to us' be kept together for use of Woodbrooke and Selly Oak Colleges; and agreeing to pay for other travel expenses and for cataloguing and preserving the manuscripts, 1924; /9 Note by James Rendel Harris entitled 'Suggestions for the financial partition of the results of the Mingana expedition', splitting the profits between the John Rylands Library, James Rendel Harris, Edward Cadbury, and Alphonse Mingana, nd; /10 Letter to James Rendel Harris from Edward Cadbury, enclosing a cheque for Mingana's journey, 1924; /11 Letter to James Rendel Harris from Edward Cadbury concerning the presentation of manuscripts to the Woodbrooke Trustees and saying that 'we will have to think out the best way of housing the manuscripts' at Rokesley, 1924; /12 Letter to James Rendel Harris from Edward Cadbury saying 'he will be very glad to help if Mingana goes abroad again', 1925; /13 Letter to James Rendel Harris, signature illegible, 1928; /14 Letter to James Rendel Harris from Alphonse Mingana explaining that 'the Muslim tradition is not unanimous as to the substitute who was killed in the place of Jesus', 1928; /15 Letter to James Rendel Harris from Alphonse Mingana, written from Mosul while collecting manuscripts, 1924; /16 Letter to James Rendel Harris from Alphonse Mingana, thanking him for sending 'Ulysses to his Friends', 1917; /17 Letter to James Rendel Harris from Alphonse Mingana concerning work on their edition of the Odes, 1917; /18 Letter to James Rendel Harris from Alphonse Mingana saying that 'he is sorry something from the Odes became victim to German submarines', telling James Rendel Harris that his first volume of Sources Syriaques has been translated by the Prussian Academy, and describing his baby son, 1917; /19-/22 Letters to James Rendel Harris from Gilbert Murray [Oxford], saying that he will decline 'the invitation from the Mayflower people', and brief notes asking to stay the night, 1920; /23 Note to Helen Balkwill Harris from James Hope Moulton, 1913; /24-/25 Letters to James Rendel Harris from Edith Morgan, thanking him for joining the Women's Ministry Committee, 1918; /26 Letter to James Rendel Harris from W Mollison [Clare College, Cambridge], giving news of family and friends during the War and asking what James Rendel Harris thinks is the solution for Armenia, 1918; /27 Letter to James Rendel Harris from Milligan, 1917; /28-/31 Letter to James Rendel Harris from G Mercati, Italian, 1921; /32 Typed copy of letter from James Rendel Harris to G Lester Marriott [Exeter College, Oxford; Birmingham University] concerning Marriott's research on Macarius, 1916; /33-/38 Letters to James Rendel Harris from G Lester Marriott, 1921-1922; /39 Letters to James Rendel Harris from Horace Marriott, 1920; /42 Note by James Rendel Harris concerning 'the identification of Macarius' doctrine with that of the Messalians', partly in Ancient Greek, nd; /43 Letter to James Rendel Harris from AL Squire, taking James Rendel Harris up on his kind offer, asking to visit James Rendel Harris, and telling him about himself, nd
ArrangementOriginal order
LanguageAncient Greek
Italian
Access StatusOpen
Physical DescriptionLot 24; /2 is folded;

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