Finding Aid for the John Bellingham Inglis collection of manuscript transcripts of rare books and tracts, and Latin and Greek classics, 1780-1870

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Descriptive Summary

Title: John Bellingham Inglis collection of manuscript transcripts of rare books and tracts, and Latin and Greek classics
Date (inclusive): 1780-1870
Collection number: 470
Creator: John Bellingham Inglis
Extent: 1 box (0.75 linear ft.)
Abstract: John Bellingham Inglis (1780-1870) was a prominent scholar book collector in the 19th century European book trade. This is a collection of his transcriptions and translations of various classical and early modern works in nineteen bound volumes.
Language: Finding aid is written in English.
Repository: University of California, Los Angeles. Library Special Collections.
Los Angeles, California 90095-1575
Physical location: Stored off-site at SRLF. Advance notice is required for access to the collection. Please contact UCLA Library Special Collections for paging information.

Administrative Information

Restrictions on Access

Open for research. STORED OFF-SITE AT SRLF. Advance notice is required for access to the collection. Please contact UCLA Library Special Collections for paging information.

Restrictions on Use and Reproduction

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Provenance/Source of Acquisition

Purchased from PM Hill booksellers.

Processing Note

Processed by Jesse Erickson in the Center for Primary Research and Training (CFPRT), with assistance from Megan Hahn Fraser, July 2011. Additions processed by Jesse Erickson, March 2013.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], John Bellingham Inglis collection of manuscript transcripts of rare books and tracts, and Latin and Greek classics (Collection Number 470). UCLA Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, UCLA.

Biography/History

John Bellingham Inglis (1780-1870) was born in London, the son of a British entrepreneur. His father was a partner in the firm of Inglis, Ellice and Co., and held the positions of Director and Chairman of the East India Company. After his father died, succumbing to financial bankruptcy in the market, Inglis retired from his independent venture in the wine trade and relied upon the remnants of his father’s depleted wealth to live in retirement at his residence in St. John’s Wood, and later, Hampstead Heath. Inglis died at 13 Albion Road, N.W. in the winter of 1870.
Inglis is most well-known for his book collecting. He began collecting at an early age and by the prime of his life he had amassed an important collection of incunabula and early printed works. Included among these were the highly sought after first edition of the Speculum Humanæ Salvationis, the Historia Sancti Johannis Evangelistæ ejusque Visiones Apocalypticæ, and a Biblia Pauperum. He also collected fine copies of works from the presses of Caxton, Machlinia, Wynkyn de Worde, Pynson, Julyan Notary and Verard of the incunable period. Moreover, Inglis owned a number of canonical early-modern works including a Heures de Rome, with illustrations by Geoffroy Tory, as well as first edition Spenseriana, most notably, the Faerie Queene.
The bulk of his collection was sold first in 1871, and then again 1900, but his books surfaced in the market via Sotheby’s auction as early as June 9, 1826. As noted by other collectors and scholars of the book trade, Inglis had a unique habit of pasting and otherwise inserting various annotations, page-cuttings and engravings in his books, a habit which has been called his "peculiar mania." This practice reflected another somewhat unusual habit Inglis had as a book collector, that he, in fact, read his fine books. In addition to being a distinguished book collector, Inglis was also a respected independent scholar and translator in his own right. In 1832, he earned the distinction of being the first to translate the Philobiblon of Richard de Bury from Latin into modern English; and he later had his translation published through his bookseller, Thomas Rodd. Additionally, Inglis made a number of translations of various other medieval and early modern editions of classical, humanist, and religious texts, that to date remain unpublished.

Scope and Content

Collection is comprised of John Bellingham Inglis’s transcripts and translations of a wide-range of classical, humanist, and religious texts. The manuscripts were written in fine semi-italic hand on ruled paper with gold-leaf edges and quarter bound (8°) vellum in nineteen volumes. All spines have gilt backs with titles written on them, and some have their original green morocco labels still attached. A number of the volumes in this collection have been decorated by Inglis with page-cutting inserts, engravings, and hand-drawn, facsimile reproductions of printed illustrations.

Organization and Arrangement

The collection is arranged numerically according to volume number. Texts in the collection have, in general, been group by their genre, period, and author.

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.

Subjects

Inglis, John Bellingham, 1780-1870 --Archives.
Book collectors --England --Archival resources.

Genres and Forms of Material

Translations.


Container List

Box 1

M. 1. Pope Pius 2 Epist. | Retractions - Pope Pius II (1458-1464 CE). 1464.

Scope and Content Note

  • Epistle to Mohemet II, pp. 1-25; 1463.
  • Retractions, pp. 25-225. 225 pp.
Box 1

M. 2. Chronicles - 1505.

Scope and Content Note

  • Martini Poloni, pp. 1-12. 1496.
  • Miroir historial, pp.13-20. 1517.
  • Die Cronycke van Hollandt, pp. 21-25. 1492.
  • Chronecken der Sassen, pp. 41-56. 1499.
  • Die Cronica van der hilliger Stat van Coellen, pp. 57-84. 1725.
  • Frans Halma, pp. 84-88. 1486.
  • Thomas Lirar Sawbia, pp. 89-108. 1450.
  • Matthei Palmeri: Florentini de Temporiubus, pp. 109-116. 1483.
  • Eusebius Caesariensis Chronicon, pp. 117-162.
  • Florentinus, Antonius. ca.1523.
  • Tractatus de Instructione, pp. 163-244. Fabyan, Robert. 1559.
  • The Chronicle of Fabian, pp. 245-288. 1475.
  • Rudimentum Novitiorum, pp. 289-304. 304 pp.

Note

Includes inserted page-cutting illustrations.
Box 1

M. 3. Miscellany - 1665.

Scope and Content Note

  • Edda Isladorum, pp. 1-32. Du Guez, (Giles). 1539.
  • An introductione for to lerne to rede, to pronounce and to speke, French trewly, pp. 33-62. Thomas Joseph Pettigrew. 1834.
  • Clinical lecture on a case of hydrophobia delivered at Charing Cross Hospital, pp. 63-78. Kynge, John. 1560.
  • The Proude Wyuse Pater Noster, pp. 79-110. 1524.
  • Tractatus lucidus, pp. 111-126. 1508.
  • Der Freidanck, pp. 127-134. 1693.
  • The genuine remains of Dr. Thomas Barlow, pp. 135-166. Capt. Basil Hall. 1828.
  • Travels in North America in the years 1827 and 1828, pp. 167- 169. Wilson, William Rae. 1828.
  • Travels in Russia, pp. 169-170. Irving, Washington. 1829.
  • A chronicle of the conquest of Granada, p. 172. Charlton, Edward. 1863.
  • Bishop Reginald Heber, Bishop of Calcutta, pp. 173-175. n.d.
  • Experimentum Crucis, p. 176. 176 pp.

Note

Has an inbound (holograph) letter on the pastedown end leaf, dated 1827 and a page-cutting insert (unattached).
Box 1

M. 4. Legends and Tracts | Grostete - Fremperger, Thomas. 1500.

Scope and Content Note

  • Historia translationatis tunica Jesu Christi, pp. 1-15. John of St. Wandalin. 1513.
  • A faithful, certain, and most true account of the monastery of the Blessed Virgin Mary, pp. 137. Gerberon, Gaberiel. 1677.
  • History of the Seamless Coat of our Lord Jesus Christ, pp. 38-55. 1731.
  • Ven. Agnetis Blannekin, vita et revelationes, pp. 56-75. 1607.
  • Die gulden Letanien, pp. 76-81. Esmer, Hieronymus. 1512.
  • Divi Bennonis, pp. 81-91. 1375. Manuscript copied by David Aubert for Madame Margueritte of York, pp. 92-123. Sternhold, Thomas. 1549.
  • Thirty-Seven Psalms, pp. 124-139. Margot, Clément. 1543.
  • Cinquante Pseaumes, pp. 140-171. Margot, Clément. 1536.
  • L’adolescence Clementine, pp. 172-187. 1535[?].
  • A prymer in Englyshe with certain prayers and godly meditations, pp. 188-215. Luther, Martin De Düdesche. 1531.
  • Catechismus, pp. 216-238. Grosseteste, Robert. n.d.
  • Hymn to the Virgin; Episcopus, pp. 239-274 . n.d.
  • Friday, p. 275. 275 pp.

Note

Includes decorated initials, inserted page-cuttings, and several hand-drawn facsimiles of original illustrations.
Box 1

M. 5. Hoarae | etc. - 1525.

Scope and Content Note

  • Horae heures a la Louange de vierge Marie selon l’usage de Rome, pp. 1-37. 1490.
  • Ces presente heures a l’usage de Rome ont este imprimees a Paris par Jehan du Pre demourant en la grande Rue Saint Jacques a l’enseigne des deux signes , pp. 38-41. 1534.
  • Horae Beatissme Virginis Mariae, pp. 42-76. 1727.
  • Magnum Bullarium Romanum, pp. 77-124. Sacranus, Joannes. 1505.
  • Errores Atrocissimorum, pp. 125-138. Pope Sixtus IV (1471-1484). 1482.
  • Papal Bull Extract, pp. 139-142. 1480.
  • Cunctorum Christ Ifidelium, pp. 143-156.
  • Offices, pp. 157-186. 186 pp.

Note

Includes decorated initials and several hand-drawn facsimiles of original illustrations.
Box 1

M. 6. Isidore | Herald | Theresa | Mamon | D. Barry | etc. - Isidore of Seville. 1544.

Scope and Content Note

  • Here be the gathered counsailes of Sainct Isodorie, pp. 1-16. Holme, Randle. 1688.
  • The Academy of Armory, or, a Storehouse of Armory and Blazon, pp. 17-30. Silvanus, Morgan. 1666.
  • Armilogia sive Ars Chromocritica, the language of Arms by the colours & metals, pp. 31-42. 1642.
  • The flaming heart or the life of the glorious St. Teresa, pp. 43-100. Maimonides,
  • Moses. 1481. De regimine sanitatis ad soldanum Babyloniae, pp. 101-126. Barry, D. 1820.
  • Journal of an expedition from Buenos Ayres to Chile, pp. 127-211. 216 pp.
Box 1

M. 7. Dares | etc. - Colonne, Guido delle. 1553.

Scope and Content Note

  • The faythfull and true storye of the destruction of Troye, pp. 1-66. 1530.
  • The table of Cebes the philosopher, pp. 67-93. Cicero, Marcus Tullius. 1550.
  • The booke of friendship, pp. 94-111. Vives, Johannes Ludovicus. 1544.
  • An introduction to wysedome, pp. 112-116. Xenophon. 1537.
  • Xenophon’s treatise of household, pp. 117-123. Plutarch. 1561.
  • Three Morall treatises; the learned prince; the fruytes of foes; the porte of rest, pp. 124-176. 176 pp.
Box 1

M. 8. Servetus - Servetus, (Michael). 1553.

Scope and Content Note

  • De trinitate erroribus libri septem; De justicia Regni Christi, capitula quattor; Christianismi restitution, pp. 1-206. 207. pp

Note

Includes annotations, a (holograph) letter flyleaf insert addressed to Inglis from William J. Preston, dated August 29, 1863, and a page-cutting illustration on the pastedown.
Box 1

M. 9. Longinus | Heliodorus | Horatius - Longinus, Dionysus Cassius. 1652.

Scope and Content Note

  • Of the height of eloquence, pp. 1-24; 1680.
  • A treatise of loftiness or elegance of speech, p. 25; 1712.
  • The works of Dionysus Longinus on the sublime…translated from the Greek, with some remarks on the English poets, pp. 26-66. Heliodorus. 1569[?].
  • An Aethiopian historie Englished, pp. 67-70; 1638.
  • The famous historie of Heliodorus, pp. 71-78; 1753.
  • The triumphs of love and constancy, pp. 79-84. Horatius Flaccus. 1640.
  • His art of poetry, Englished by Ben Jonson, pp. 85-100; 1652.
  • Horace, the best of lyrick poets, pp. 101-110; 1671.
  • The poems of Horace rendered in English verse by several persons, pp. 111-135; 1649.
  • The lyrick poet, odes and satyres translated out of Horace into English verse, by J[ohn] S[mith], pp. 136-152; 1566.
  • A medicinable morall, that is the two books of Horace his satyres Englyshed, pp. 153-196; 1567.
  • Horace his art of poetrie, epistles, and satyrs, Englished and to the Earl of Ormounte by T. Drant, pp. 197-215. 215 pp.
Box 1

M. 10. Demosth | Cebes | Epictetus | Diodorus - Demosthenes. 1570.

Scope and Content Note

  • The three orations in favour of the Olynthians with the fower orations against King Phillip, englished by Thomas Wylson, pp. 1-16; 1571.
  • Demosthenis Olythicae orations tres & Phillipicae quartuor; pp. 17-88. Epictetus. 1670.
  • The life of Epictetus with the embleme of human life by Cebes, rendered into English, by J. Davies , pp. 89-108; 1716.
  • Epicteti Enchiridion made English by Ellis Walker, pp. 109-144; 1567.
  • The manuell of Epictetus, pp. 145-162. 1702.
  • The emperor M. Antoninus his conversation with Himself, pp. 163-168.
  • Diodorus, Siculus. 1569. A right noble history of the successors of Alexander taken out of Diodorus Siculus, pp. 169-184. Epictetus. 1721.
  • Epictetus, his morals with Simplicius his comment, pp. 185-232. 232 pp.
Box 1

M. 11. Gosson | G. Leslie | Huarte - Gosson, Stephen. 1579.

Scope and Content Note

  • The ephemerides of Phialo, pp. 1-48; Leslie, George. n.d.
  • Archangel, pp. 49-94. Huarte Navarro, Juan de Dios. 1698.
  • Examen de Inquenios, or the tryal of wits…made English by Mr. Bellamy, pp. 95-142. 142 pp.

Note

Includes decorated initials.
Box 1

M. 12. Seneca | Solinus | Xenophon | Aesop - Seneca. 1581.

Scope and Content Note

  • Lucius Annaeus [tragedies] Seneca his tenne tragedies translated into English by J. Heywood and others, pp. 1-80 . Solinus, Gaius Julius. 1587.
  • The excellent and pleasant worke of J. Solinus, pp. . Xenophon. 1794.
  • The defense of Athenian democracy, pp. 81-160. Aesop. n.d.
  • The fables of Esop in English with all his lyfe & fortune etc., pp. 161-176; 1651.
  • Aesop’s fables with their morals, in prose and verse grammatically translated…, pp. 177-186; 1761.
  • Selected fables of Esop and other fabulists in three books ancient, modern, and original, pp. 187-210; 1747.
  • Fables of Aesop and others, pp. 211-240. 240 pp.

Note

Includes a printed note on the pastedown.
Box 1

M. 13. Translat s. | various - Herodotus. 1584.

Scope and Content Note

  • The famous history of Herodotus, pp. 1-30. Manilius, Marcus. 1697.
  • The five books of Marcus Manilius…, pp. 31-73. Gratius, Falicius. 1654.
  • Cyneqeticon, or a poem of hunting by Gratius the Faliscian Englished and illustrated by Christopher Wase, pp. 74-128. Lucanus, Marcus Anneaeus. 1627.
  • The civil wars between Caesar and Pompey, the whole ten books Englished by Thomas Hay, pp. 129-168. Herodian. 1652.
  • Herodian of Alexandria his imperial history of twenty Roman Caesars and Emperors of his time, pp. 169-178; 1550[?].
  • The history of Herodian, pp. 179-184; 1629.
  • Herodian of Alexandria his history, pp. 185-196; Florus, Lucius Julius. 1621[?].
  • The Roman Histories, pp. 197-211; 1658.
  • The Roman histories of Lucius Julius florus, pp. 212-232. 232 pp.

Note

Includes inserted page-cuttings for illustrations.
Box 1

M. 14. Translations | Ovid | Caesar - Ovidius Naso, Publius. 1639.

Scope and Content Note

  • De tristibus, or mournefull elegies, pp. 1-16. Caesar, Gaius Julius. 1564.
  • The eyght books of Gaius Julius Caesar conteyning his martiall exploytes in the Realme of Galliai, pp. 17-24. Ovidius Naso, Publius. 1587.
  • The XV bookes of Publius Ovidius, entituled Metamorphosis, pp. 25-72. Plinius, Gaius Secundus. 1587.
  • The secrets and wonders of the World, pp. 73-78. Ovidius Naso, Publius. n.d.
  • Ovid’s elegies, three bookes by Christopher Marlowe and Epigrams by Sir John Davies, pp. 79-94; 1577.
  • Ovid, his invective against Ibis, pp. 95-110; 1600.
  • The heroycall epistles, in English verse, pp. 111-134; 1628.
  • Ovid’s metamorphosis Englished by George Sandys, pp. 135-147; 1639.
  • Ovid’s heroicall epistles, Englished by Wye Saltonstall, pp. 148-162; 1630.
  • Ovid’s heroical epistles, Englished by John Sherburne, pp. 163-182;1672.
  • Ovid’s Tristia containing five books of mournfull Elegies, pp. 183-188; 1640.
  • Ovid de Ponto containing foure bookes of elegies; pp. 188-197. Chapman, George. 1595.
  • Ovid’s banquet of sence with a coronet for his mistresse Philosophy, pp. 198-252. Ovidius Naso, Publius. 1655.
  • Phaeton’s folly; or the downfall of pride being a translation of the second book of Ovid’s Metamorphosis’ paraphrasatically and grammatically translated , pp. 253-260; 1712.
  • Ovid de art armandi and the remedy of love, pp. 261-280; 1680.
  • Ovid Travestie, a burlesque upon several of Ovid’s epistles by Alexander Radcliff, pp. 281-284; 1639.
  • Ovid’s Festivalls, or Romance Calendar translated into English verse equinumerally by John Gower, Master of Arts, pp. 285-290. Gower, John. n.d.
  • The life and works of Ovid, pp. 291-316. 316 pp.
Box 1

M. 15. D’Argens | Translans | Chienai | Robert of Flanders | Ocellus - Boyer, Jean Baptiste de. 1736.

Scope and Content Note

  • Memoires de Monsieur le Marquis D’Argens, pp. 1-16. Ocellus, Lucanus. 1768.
  • De la Natura de l’Univers, pp. 17-80. Phalaris. 1634.
  • The epistles of Phalaris, pp. 81-96. Plutarch. 1535.
  • The education or bringing up of children, pp. 97-111. Cicero, Marcus Tullius. 1535[?].
  • Tullius de Senectute, pp. 107-112. Plutarch. 1533.
  • Howe one may take profit of his enemies, p. 113. Epictetus. 1610.
  • Epictetus his manuell and Cebes his table, pp. 114-128. Leonardus, of Chios. 1544.
  • Historia captae, pp. 129-155. Manucho, Roberto. 1470.
  • Historia de Itinere contra Tureos, pp. 156-176.

Note

Includes annotations, a (holograph) letter flyleaf insert, and a page-cutting illustration on the pastedown.
Box 1

M. 16. Phaedrus | Justin | Penseus | V. Patels | Seneca | Aesop | Bulloker - Phaedrus. 1776.

Scope and Content Note

  • Fables, a poetical translation, pp. 1-36. Trogus, Pompeius. 1570.
  • The abridgment of the histories collected by Justine and translated into English by Arthur Goldinge, pp. 37-56. Persius Flaccus, Aulus. 1617.
  • His satires translated into English [verse] by Barton Holyday, Master of Arts, pp. 57-70; 1673. His satyres…, pp. 71-104. Paterculus, Velleius. 1632.
  • His Romane historie, in two bookes, pp. 105-117; 1722.
  • The Roman history of C. Velleius Paterculus, pp. 118-144. Seneca, Lucius Annaeus. 1635.
  • His booke of consolation to Marcia, translated into an English poem, pp. 145-153; 1636.
  • Seneca the philosopher his book of the shortness of life translated into an English poem, pp. 154-159; 1614.
  • The workes both morall and natural of Lucius Annaeus Seneca translated by T. Lodge, D. of Phis, pp. 160-188. Aesop. 1585.
  • Aesop’s fables in trú ortŏgraphy with grammar notes, pp. 189-231. 231 pp.
Box 1

M. 17. Translations.V - 1628.

Scope and Content Note

  • Claudian, pp. 1-11. Apuleius, Lucius. 1639.
  • The XI books of the Golden Asse, containing the metamorphosis of Lucius Apuleius, pp. 12-24. Appian, of Alexandria. 1578.
  • An auncient historie and exquisite chronicle of the Romanes warres, both civil & foren, pp. 25-38. Boethius, Ancicus. 1593.
  • Boetius de Consolationae [sic] Philosophiae, pp. 39-53. Cicero, Marcus Tullius. 1575.
  • Principia Latine loquendi scribendiq sive selecta quaedam of Ciceronis Epistolis, pp. 54-75; 1535[?].
  • Tully’s Offices, pp. 76-94. 1699.
  • The tablet of Cebes the Theban philosopher, or a true emblem of human life, pp. 95-116. Cicero, Marcus Tullius. 1561.
  • Those five questions which marke Tullye, Cicero disputed in his manor of Tusculanum, pp. 117-164. Curtius, Quintus Rufus. 1553.
  • The historie of Quintus Curtius, pp. 165-176. Cope, Anthony. 1568.
  • The historie of the two most noble captains of the world Annibal and Scipio, pp. 177-196. Cicero, Marcus Tullius. 1627.
  • Scipio’s dream, or the statesman’s extasy, pp. 197-209; 1540.
  • The thre books of Tullius office bothe in latyn tongue and englysh, late translated & diligently corrected by Robert Whytynton laureate poete , pp. 210-216. 1534.
  • The thre books of Tullius office, p. 217; 1558.
  • Marcus Tullius Cicero’s thre bookes of duties to Marcus his sonne turned out of Latine into English by Nicholas Grimalde, pp. 218-244. Fleming, Abraham. 1576.
  • Aetianus Cladius, a registre of histories containing martiall exploits of warriours, pp. 245-269; 1589.
  • The bucoliks of Publius Virgilius Marco, pp. 270-290; 1576.
  • A panopile of epistles, pp. 291-308. Antoninus, Marcus Aurelius. 1701.
  • The emperor Marcus Antoninus, his conversations with himself, pp. 309-360; 1826.
  • The meditations of the emperor Marcus Aurelius Antoninus translated from the Greek with life, notes, etc. by the late Rev. R. Graves , pp. 360-435. 436 pp.
Box 1

M. 18. Aeschylus | Phenion - Aeschylus. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

  • Agamemnon, pp. 1-48. Potter, Robert. 1819.
  • The tragedies of Aeschylus translated [into English verse, with notes] by R. Potter, pp. 49-194. Pseudo Phemonis. 1535.
  • Kynosophion ac opsuculum Phemonis de cura et conservation Canum…, pp. 195-216. 216 pp.

Note

Includes a (holograph) letter as a flyleaf insert addressed to Inglis from Laura M. Sheridan.
Box 1

M. 19. Purchas | Fowler | Bunyan | Menzies | Pasioral Epis. | Cochlaus | Miller, etc. | Keith - Extracts, Chaucer, Mapes, Flemming, pp. 1-2. Purchas, Samuel. 1627.

Scope and Content Note

  • Microcosmus, purchase his pilgrim, or the history of man relating the wonders of his generation, pp. 3-22. Fowler, Edward. 1672.
  • Dirt wipt off, or, a manifest discovery of the gross ignorance of one John Bunyan, pp. 23-46. 1813.
  • Agreement between the Catholic and Protestant Churches, p. 47-48. Sphinx periodical. Menzies, John. 1668.
  • Papismus Lucifugus, or a faithfull copie of the papers exchanged betwixt Mr. J. Menzies, professor of Divinity…and Mr. F. Dempster, Jesuit , pp. 49-85. Pope Gregory XVI (1831-1846 CE). 1836.
  • A Pastoral Epistle, pp. 86-140. Dobneck (Johann) Cochlaeus. 1565.
  • Historia de actis et scriptis Martini Lutheri, pp. 143-210. Miller, George. 1830.
  • Lectures on the philosophy of modern history, pp. 211-226. Edinburgh Review, Jan. 1830. Keith, Alexander. 1833.
  • The signs of the times as denoted by fulfillment of historical predictions, p. 227; 1832.
  • Evidence of the truth of the Christian religion derived from the literal fulfillment of prophecy, pp. 227-256. 258 pp.

Note

Includes decorated initials and page-cuttings for notes and illustrations on the pastedowns.
 

M. 20. [Missing item]

Note

Note: [Collection originally listed in the sales records as consisting of 20 vols. Volume "M. 20" is currently missing, and the loss is unaccounted for in the collection history.]
Box 1, Folder 1

Bibliographic note cards. undated.

Scope and Content Note

Additional notes and bibliographic information pertaining to the individual volumes. Included is a clipping of the sales catalog entry for the collection.
Box 1, Folder 2

Inventory. 1969.

Physical Description: Unpublished (typescript).

Scope and Content Note

John C. Fennelly. 1969. An Inventory of the Works Contained in the Unpublished Manuscript Volumes of John Bellingham Inglis.