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Bulwer, Sir Henry Ernest Gascoyne (1836-1914) Knight, colonial governor

GB/NNAF/P165272   (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/P4116)

Location of Related Collections
Scope1853-1908: misc corresp and papers
RepositoryNorfolk Record Office
Record ReferenceBUL link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 4634 Bulwer
Scope1882-85: letterbooks
RepositoryOxford University: Bodleian Library of Commonwealth and African Studies at Rhodes House
Record ReferenceMSS Afr s 5
Other referencesee HMC Papers of British colonial governors 1782-1900, 1986
Scope1860: letters to Julian Fane
RepositoryHertfordshire Archives and Local Studies
Record ReferenceAcc2085
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 26283 Cowper
Scope1878: letters to Sir Bartle Frere
RepositoryNational Library of South Africa
Record ReferenceMSB 197
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 28121 Frere
Scope1873-83: corresp with Lord Kimberley
RepositoryOxford University: Bodleian Library, Western Manuscripts
Record ReferenceMSS Eng a 2013-14, b 2047-49, c 3933-4514, d 2439-92, e 2790-97
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 1274 Wodehouse
Scope1872-73: letters (12) to Lord Lytton
RepositoryHertfordshire Archives and Local Studies
Record ReferenceDE/K link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 4598
Scopecorresp with Lord Wolseley
RepositoryHove Central Library
Record ReferenceWolseley
link to scanned list part 1external link - opens in a new window
link to scanned list part 2external link - opens in a new window
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 10471 Wolseley

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