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Gladstone, Catherine (1812-1900), philanthropist, wife of William Ewart Gladstone

Catherine Glynne (Maiden name)

GB/NNAF/P166236   (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/P11344)

Location of Related Collections
Scopecorresp and papers
RepositoryGladstone's Library
Record ReferenceGlynne-Gladstone MSS
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 14174 Gladstone
Scopecorresp and papers
RepositoryBritish Library, Manuscript Collections
Record ReferenceAdd MSS 44247-752, 46222-29 passim
Scope1862-95: letters to HW Acland
RepositoryOxford University: Bodleian Library, Special Collections
Record ReferenceMSS Acland link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 22893
Scope1881-94: letters to Lord Acton
RepositoryCambridge University Library: Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
Record ReferenceAdd MSS 8119, 8121
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 37383 Acton
Scope1853-86: letters to John Bright
RepositoryBritish Library, Manuscript Collections
Record ReferenceAdd MS 43385
Scope1883-99: letters to Sir Edward Walter Hamilton
RepositoryBritish Library, Manuscript Collections
Record ReferenceAdd MS 48611
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 20962 Hamilton
Scope1863-69: corresp with Lord Ripon
RepositoryBritish Library, Manuscript Collections
Record ReferenceAdd MS 43515
Scope1869-1900: corresp with Lord Rosebery
RepositoryNational Library of Scotland, Manuscript Collections
Record ReferenceMS.10001-10216 link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 22490 Primrose
Scopeletters (c750) to Earl Spencer
RepositoryBritish Library, Manuscript Collections
Other referencesee Friends of National libraries Report 1984 p5
Scopec1890-93: letters to Laura Thistlethwayte
RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Record ReferenceMS 2770

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