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KING'S COLLEGE LONDON: Secretary's in-correspondence

KA/IC/C1-135

Secretary’s in-correspondence from correspondents with surnames or on topics beginning with the letter C, 1828-1915. Also contains papers related to the College’s Commemoration Day and applications for Choral Exhibitions.


KA/IC/C1

1828

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Coutts & Co, bankers, regarding donations of the Arthur Wellesley (1769-1852), Duke of Wellington and Prince Adolphus Frederick, Duke of Cambridge (1774-1850); Richard Clay offering his services as printer to the College; the Duke of Cambridge regarding an article in John Bull lampooning the College; S Charwick enclosing a list of subscribers at Ripon, North Yorkshire; William Cotton (1786-1866), trustee and founding member of the College, enclosing a rough draft of the plan for setting up the College.

17pp


KA/IC/C2

1828

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

A rough manuscript draft of the College Charter.

6pp


KA/IC/C3

1829

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including John Deane Case, Treasurer of the Corporation of Liverpool, regarding the Corporation’s shares in the College; William Sands Cox, Hon. Secretary of the Birmingham School of Medicine, requesting his school be brought into union with the College (‘Schools in Union’ were district and other grammar schools awarded an annual scholarship and other privileges by the College).

14pp


KA/IC/C4

1830

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Edward Copleston, the Bishop of Llandaff (1776-1849), Life Governor, recommending the appointment of C C Walkey as school master.

11pp


KA/IC/C5

1831

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Professor Edward Coleman (1765-1839) of the Royal Veterinary College, thanking College Council for allowing his students to attend lectures at King’s; the application of William Cull to be the glazier to the College.

20pp


KA/IC/C6

1830-1831

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding ‘Climbing boys’, (chimney sweeps) including the 15th (1830) & 16th (1831) printed reports of the Society For The Superseding The Necessity of Climbing Boys.

3pp and 3 items


KA/IC/C7

1832 Sep

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London comprising of tenders to supply coal to the College.

4pp


KA/IC/C8

1832

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Professor Edward Coleman (1765-1839) requesting permission for the students of the Royal Veterinary College to attend Botany and Chemistry lectures at the College.

11pp


KA/IC/C9

1832

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Printed copy of Charter and bye laws of the Cambridge Philosophical Society.

1 item


KA/IC/C10

1833

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Professor Edward Coleman (1765-1839) of the Royal Veterinary College enclosing a list of his students attending the lectures of Joseph Henry Green (1791-1863), Professor of Principles and Practice of Medicine; Arthur Alexander Cane donating to the College Library maps and charts relating to the campaigns of the Duke of Marlborough; William Cotton (1786-1866), member of College Council and College founder, donating a pickled sea horse to the College; W Cornell, Vestry Clerk of the parochial committee of Chelsea, regarding the College’s request that unclaimed bodies of people who died in workhouses be supplied for dissection.

16pp


KA/IC/C11

1834

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including John G Stovie, Headmaster of Camberwell Collegiate School, requesting his school be brought into union with the College (‘Schools in Union’ were district and other grammar schools awarded an annual scholarship and other privileges by the College); H Cane, Curator of the Anatomy Museum, proposing alterations to the management of the Museum; C Cockerill & Co, bankers, regarding the donation of Gen Sir Henry Worsley (1768-1841), army officer in the East India Company for the establishment of the Worsley scholarship to fund the education of British missionaries going to India; John Sell Cotman (1782-1842), Landscape Drawing Master of King’s College School, disapproving of the practice of asking pupils to pay for the use of art equipment; Stapleton Cotton, student, applying to be granted an AKC (Associateship of King’s College); Cotton was the first student to be awarded the AKC. Also includes letters regarding the transfer of a portion of the funds of the Camberwell Volunteer Corps charity to the College.

25pp


KA/IC/C12

1835

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Richard Cattermole ([1795]-1858), writer, donating two bundles of Egyptian Hieroglyphics to the College Library on behalf of the Royal Society for Literature.

16pp


KA/IC/C13

1836

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including George and Robert Brooke enclosing a bill for cleaning the windows of the Principal’s residence; E B Cane, requesting the College pay the remaining salary owed to his late brother, H Cane, Curator of the Anatomy Museum; John Sell Cotman (1782-1842), Landscape Drawing Master at King’s College School, requesting his son be officially appointed the Assistant Master of Drawing and regarding his donation of his books on the antiquities of Norfolk and Normandy to the College Library; the successful application of Thomas Oswald Cockayne (1809-1873) for the post of Assistant Master at King’s College School. Also includes a letter to Edward John Chance, Curator of the Botanical Museum, informing him that his services were no longer needed at the College and an annotated list of benefactors and governors of Charing Cross Hospital.

19pp


KA/IC/C14

1837

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Sir William Macbean George Colebrooke (1787-1870), former Lieutenant-Governor of the Bahamas, regarding King’s College School in Nassau, Bahamas; Thomas Frederick Colby (1784-1852) forwarding Ordnance Survey maps of Ireland to the College Library; the application of Ephraim Carter for the post of gatekeeper.

22pp


KA/IC/C15

1838

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London, including Thomas Frederick Colby (1784-1852) forwarding Ordnance Survey maps of Ireland to the College Library; J Crook of St Clement Danes Parish regarding the College’s payment for the Easter offering; John Sell Cotman (1782-1842), Landscape Drawing Master at King’s College School, enclosing the accounts of his drawing class. Also includes printed papers and letters regarding the Civil Engineering Department and an estimate from T Martin for repairs to the College Chapel.

33pp


KA/IC/C16

1839

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including R Cosgrave regarding the difficulty of students reaching the Chapel in time for prayers when attending anatomy lectures; the Office of Chelsea Water Works granting permission for Civil Engineering and Mining students to visit their works; John Sell Cotman (1782-1842), Landscape Drawing Master of King’s College School, regarding his health; Collier and Steel, vestry clerks for the St Clement Danes’ Parish, regarding the College’s wish to purchase their workhouse (later converted into King’s College Hospital); Thomas Frederick Colby (1784-1852) forwarding Ordnance Survey maps of Ireland to the College Library; William Otter (1768-1840), Bishop of Chichester and former Principal, seeking support from the College to help James Rennie (1787-1867), former Professor of Natural History, to emigrate to Australia, including a letter from Rennie. Also includes papers regarding the Civil Engineering Department with a petition from the Professor of the Civil Engineering Department demanding the tightening of standards for the awarding of the certificates of approval.

40pp


KA/IC/C17

1839

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Edward Shickle Cowper (1790-1848) for the post of Lecturer of Machinery and Manufacture, including testimonials from Charles Fox (1810-1874), Civil Engineer and Michael Faraday (1791-1867), natural philosopher.

7pp


KA/IC/C18

1840 Dec 15-1841 Jan 6

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Thomas Astley Cock for the post of Lecturer of Mathematics, including a testimonial from Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie, (1783-1862), member of College Council. Also includes a list of candidates for the Lectureship of Mathematics.

14pp


KA/IC/C19

1840

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including E Cordes, Clerk to the Guardians of the Strand Union, regarding rent for King’s College Hospital; Thomas Frederick Colby (1784-1852) forwarding Ordnance Survey maps of Ireland to the College Library; Henry James Castle (1809-1891), Professor of Land Surveying, regarding his lectures on Practical Surveying during the summer vacation and applying for permission to take in boarders. Also includes papers regarding the Civil Engineering Department, including the distribution of fees between the staff of the Department; Henry Moseley (1801-1872), Professor of Natural Philosophy, requesting the College provide more funds for the prizes offered by the Department; papers regarding the appointment of Charles Collins, Superintendent of the Civil Engineering Workshop.

46pp


KA/IC/C20

1841

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including John Sell Cotman (1782-1842), Landscape Drawing Master at King’s College School, requesting an additional desk for his son, Miles Edmund Cotman (1810-1858), Assistant Drawing Master; John Taylor Coleridge (1790-1876), judge, accepting a seat on College Council; Thomas Frederick Colby (1784-1852) forwarding Ordnance Survey maps of Ireland to the College Library; William Collett accepting the post of Headmaster at King’s College School, Nassau, the Bahamas. Manuscript. Also includes papers regarding the Civil Engineering Department, in particular, the accounts for the Department, 1839-1840.

46pp


KA/IC/C21

1842

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including William Collett regarding his reasons for not taking up the post of Headmaster of King’s College School Nassau, the Bahamas; Miles Edmund Cotman (1810-1858), Assistant Drawing Master at King’s College School, on the fees charged for equipment in his classes; the unsuccessful application of Daniel W Cohen, Lecturer of Botany at St Thomas’s Hospital Medical School, for the Chair of Botany; Edward Shickle Cowper, (1790-1848), Lecturer of Manufacturing Art and Machinery, requesting permission to teach a series of lectures at the Government School of Design at Somerset House. Also includes papers regarding the Civil Engineering Department.

38pp


KA/IC/C22

1843 Apr 7- 1843 Sep 22

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters between James Clinton, a clerk in the Secretary’s Office, and Henry Smith, College Secretary, regarding Clinton’s absence due to his poor health and his debts to the College (see KA/IC/C23).

10pp


KA/IC/C23

1843

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the successful application of James Clinton for a post in the Secretary’s Office and Henry Smith, College Secretary, regarding the reasons for the later dismissal of Clinton (see KA/IC/C22); Edward Shickle Cowper, (1790-1848), Lecturer of Manufacturing Art and Machinery, thanking various parties for allowing his students to visit a number of manufacturing works; Collier and Steel, Vestry Clerks of the St Clement Danes parish, requesting permission to enter the College premises to view their parish boundary mark; Miles Edmund Cotman, Assistant Drawing Master at King’s College School (1810-1858), requesting the College return the testimonials of his late father, John Sell Cotman, (1782-1842), Drawing Master at King’s College School; Robert Cheere applying for the post of College solicitor. Also includes petitions from students and Professors demanding church services be performed in the Chapel on Holy Days.

53pp


KA/IC/C24

1844 Aug 22 - 1844 Oct 26

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Samuel Cartwright (1815-1891) for the post of Surgeon Dentist at King’s College Hospital.

12pp


KA/IC/C25

1844

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Samuel Cartwright (1815-1891) accepting the post of Surgeon Dentist at King’s College Hospital.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C26

1845

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Joseph Griffiths for the post of Surgical Porter and unsuccessful application of Revd Dr Edward Cobham Brewer for the post of Assistant Master at King’s College School.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C27

1845-1846

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript estimates and tenders for alterations and repairs to the College.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C28

1845

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript agendas and rough minutes of the College’s Council and College Committees including the Committee of Education, Committee on the Secretary, and the Special Committee on the Chair of Chemistry.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C29

1845

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Edward Jenkins petitioning for the reinstatement of James Clinton, former clerk in the Secretary’s Office; T B Murray of the Christian Knowledge Society regarding the College’s application for bibles and prayer books.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C30

1846

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including William Howley (1765-1848), Archbishop of Canterbury, regarding the appointment of Dr Alexander McCaul (1799-1863), Frederick Denison Maurice (1805-1872), and Richard Chevenix Trench (1807-1886), as Professors of Divinity; the successful application of John Edward Cock for post of Curator of the George III Museum. Also includes letters from Sir George Thomas, second baronet (1781-1859) suggesting the formation of a Chair of Chinese.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C31

1847

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including W T Copeland, member of College Council, stating that Sir Robert Peel (1788-1850), former Prime Minister, would chair the anniversary festival. Also includes a list of books required for the Chinese Class.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C32

1848 Dec 26

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letter to the Secretary of King’s College London from Miles Edmund Cotman (1810-1858), Drawing master of King’s College School, naming ‘Stevenson’ as the best draughtsman in his class.

1p


KA/IC/C33

1848

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Revd R W Cole presenting to the College samples of plants collected at the North Pole by Sir William Edward Parry (1790-1855), arctic explorer; Edward Shickle Cowper (1790-1848), Lecturer of Machinery and Manufacture, regarding the size of his class and his appointment as Professor of Manufacturing Art and Machinery.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C34

1849

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including John Edward Cock thanking the Council for his appointment as Curator of the George III Museum; students objecting to the treatment of the milkman by Samuel Watkins, College Manciple; Professor John Hullah (1812-1884), Professor of Vocal Music, suggesting the College offer scholarships for school pupils who could sing in the College choir (choral exhibitioners); Edward Cowper (1790-1848), Professor of Manufacturing Art and Machinery, recommending the appointment of George Augustus Timme as the Superintendent of Workshop; Thomas Oswald Cockayne (1809-1873), Assistant Master at King’s College School, thanking College Council for appointing him the Master of the third class at the School. Also includes a list of candidates for the post of Writing and Second Arithmetical Master in the King’s College School.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C35

1849

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Applications for choral exhibitions which were to open to the sons of clergymen or members of the learned professions who received free education at King’s College School in return for singing in the College choir.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C36

1849 Jul 24-1849 Aug 20

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters from John William Cunningham, College Secretary, mainly regarding the College Calendars.

4pp


KA/IC/C37

1850

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including accounts from Robert Hicks, builder, for work carried out around the College.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C38

1851

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Thomas Swinburne Carr, Assistant Master of King’s College School, regarding the appointment of a new headmaster. Also includes letters regarding the appointment of Henry Chamberlain as the Workshop Engineer.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C39

1852 Oct 12-1853 Apr 14

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the death of Edward Shickle Cowper (1790-1848), Professor of Manufacturing Art and Machinery, and the purchase of his models.

16pp


KA/IC/C40

1852

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Samuel Crowther Junior, son of Samuel Ajayi Crowther ([1807]-1891), Bishop of West Africa, requesting permission to attend lectures at the College.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C41

1852 Nov 23 - 1852 Nov 29

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Juan Calderon for the Chair of Spanish Language and Literature.

4pp


KA/IC/C42

1853

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including an estimate from Cutler & Son for the supplying the College with ‘Candy’s Patent Ventilating Stove’; the resignation of John Edward Cock, Curator of the George III Museum; the successful application of George Webbe Dasent (1817-1896), for the Chair of English Literature and Modern History.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C43

1854

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C44

1854 Sep 28 -1854 Nov 11

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the unsuccessful application of John Joseph Cotman (1814-1878) for the Chair of Landscape Drawing and Perspective.

3pp


KA/IC/C45

1855

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including rough minutes of the meetings of College Council.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C46

1856

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Applications for the Choral exhibitions (choral exhibitioners were sons of clergymen or members of the learned professions who received free education at King’s College School in return for singing in the College choir).

1 bundle


KA/IC/C47

1857

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the successful application of Thomas Sampson Carte for the post of Assistant Master at King’s College School; Henry James Castle (1809-1891), Professor of Land Surveying and Levelling, regarding rate increases under the Local Management Act, previously the College only paid Poor Rates

1 bundle


KA/IC/C48

1857

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Applications from students in the General Literature and Science Department and Applied Science Department for the AKC (Associateship of King’s College London), the College’s own academic award.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C49

1858

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the Metropolitan Light Company regarding the College’s gas supply during the marriage of Princess Royal Victoria to Fredrick William of Russia; the resignation of Ellen Carroll, servant at the College, after violent treatment by Samuel Watkins, College Manciple.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C50

1860-1861

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including a list of committee members; printed circular from the Secretary to the staff explaining the reasons for wage cuts due to College debts; Charles Robert Cockerell, President of the Royal Institute of British Architects recommending Robert Kerr (1823-1904) for the vacant Chair of the Art of Construction.

4pp


KA/IC/C51

1862

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript draft and final copies of Mr Giffard’s opinion (George Markham Giffard, a leading chancery junior counsel of Frere Forester & Co, solicitors) regarding the College’s suggestion that its shares be converted into donations.

2 items


KA/IC/C52

1862

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Applications from students in the General Literature and Science Department for the AKC (Associateship of King’s College London), the College’s own academic award.

6pp


KA/IC/C53

1862-1867

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Applications for the choral exhibitions (choral exhibitioners were sons of clergymen or members of the learned professions who received free education at King’s College School in return for singing at evening and Sunday services).

1 bundle


KA/IC/C54

1862

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C55

1863

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the successful application of Thomas Sampson Carte for the post of Master of the lower second class at King’s College School; Theo[dore] Carter regarding the Evening classes’ contribution to the Lancashire Relief Fund. Also includes unsuccessful applications for the Chair of Classics.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C56

1863 Jan

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London comprising applications for the Chair of Classical Literature.

14pp


KA/IC/C57

1862 Jan 9- 1863 Nov 8

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Samuel Cheetham (1827-1908) for the Chair of Pastoral Theology, including a testimonial from John Saul Howson (1816-1885), biblical scholar and Dean of Chester.

9pp


KA/IC/C58

1864

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the resignation of William Fairlie Clarke, Surgical Registrar of King’s College Hospital; Joseph Cundall, publisher, offering to sell photographs of prominent people to raise funds for King’s College Hospital; Clayton & Bell, stained glass window manufacturers, regarding the new windows in the College Chapel. Also includes circulars from William Henry Monk, organist and Director of the College Choir, regarding a charity concert in aid of the fund to replace the organ in the College Chapel.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C59

1865

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Printed report for the first season of the Civil Service Department Musical Society.

1p


KA/IC/C60

1865

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Richard Carr on the death of his father Thomas Swineburne Carr, Assistant Master at King’s College School; Georgina Chadwick of Kensington requesting permission to take in boarders from the College; Thomas Sampson Carte, Assistant Master of King’s College School, regarding the condition of the school dining room; the successful application of William Henry Coxe for Chair of Sanscrit [Sanskrit] Language and Literature, and his later resignation; Clayton & Bell, stained glass window manufacturers, regarding the new windows in the College Chapel; Theo[dore] Carter of the London & Brazilian Bank Ltd, recommending the College appoint A J Da Costa Ricci to teach Portuguese at the College (he was appointed at Portuguese Lecturer in the Evening Class Department); Henry James Castle (1809-1891), Professor of Land Surveying and Levelling, recommending his son, Edward James Castle, be appointed his assistant; Edward James Castle, Lecturer of Land Surveying and Levelling, regarding his reasons for leaving the post. Also includes a statement from the University of London regarding the examination of medical students.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C61

1866 Sep 24

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Dr Edmund Alleyne Cooke for post of Demonstrator of Chemistry and Curator of the Chemical Laboratory.

2pp


KA/IC/C62

1866 Sep 21-1866 Sep 28

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London comprising of applications for post of Demonstrator of Chemistry and Curator of the Chemical Laboratory.

9pp


KA/IC/C63

1866

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Robert Cheere, College solicitor, regarding the procedures for appointing a new Arithmetical and Writing Master for the King’s College School.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C64

1867 Dec 26 -1868 Apr 3

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letter to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the application of George Cutcliffe for the AKC (Associateship of King’s College), the College’s own academic award.

3pp


KA/IC/C65

1867

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Applications to be choral exhibitions (choral exhibitioners were sons of clergymen or members of the learned professions who received free education at King’s College School in return for singing at evening and Sunday services).

18pp


KA/IC/C66

1867

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London, including the successful application of William Fairlie Clarke for post of Assistant Surgeon in King’s College Hospital; Charlotte Close thanking the College for caring for her ill son who was a pupil at King’s College School.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C67

1868

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London, including the resignation of Edmund Alleyne Cooke, Demonstrator of Chemistry; J Cohen requesting the refund of part of his son fees as he was Jewish and did not attend the College Chapel; Clayton & Bell, stained glass window manufacturers, regarding new windows for the College Chapel. Also includes applications for the Classics and Modern History lectureship.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C68

1868

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

King’s College London Secretary’s in-correspondence comprising of the 3rd report to Council of the College’s Committee of Enquiry into the duties of the Principal (set up following the retirement of Richard William Jelf (1798-1871), Principal).

4pp


KA/IC/C69

1869

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C70

1869

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the dismissal for misconduct of Thomas Oswald Cocknayne (1809-1873), Assistant Master at King’s College School.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C71

1870-1871

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the College Commemoration Day, 1871 including circulars, posters, and invitations for the events (Commemoration Day was a day of events including the presentation of prizes to students, a service in the College Chapel and a dinner to which friends and past members of the College were invited).

12pp and 7 items (all outsized)


KA/IC/C72

1870

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the application of Thomas Carter for the post of Porter at King’s College Hospital; R Callarder, Assistant Secretary of the HM Office of Works informing the College they had no objection to the construction of a doorway in the hoarding between the College and the Thames Embankment. Also includes applications for Assistant Demonstrator of Chemistry.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C73

1871

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

List of invitees to the College Commemoration Day, 1871 including circulars, posters, and invitations for the events (Commemoration Day was a day of events including the presentation of prizes to students, a service in the College Chapel and a dinner to which friends and past members of the College were invited).

1p


KA/IC/C74

1871

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London requesting prospectuses for the College and the King College School.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C75

1862 Jan 6 -1871 Dec 299

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Ramon Castellote ([1843]-1931), for the post of Gymnasium Master of King’s College School, including testimonials from Horace Wigan (1815/16-1885), actor and playwright; William Crookes (1832-1919), chemist and science journalist; Thomas Hewitt Key (1799-1875), Latin scholar.

8pp


KA/IC/C76

1871

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including applications for the Classical Lectureship.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C77

1872

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Archibald Campbell Tait (1811-1882), Archbishop of Canterbury, forwarding a letter from C E Maurice requesting permission to use documents at the College to write a memoir of his father, Frederick Denison Maurice (1805-1872), former Professor of English Literature and History; W D Craven, student, regarding half fares for students on the North London Railway.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C78

1873

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Thomas Cordes donating his brother’s shell collection to the College museum (see KA/IC/IJ49); the resignation of Ernest Chaveau de Natoye, Second French Master of King’s College School. Also includes applications for tickets for services in the Chapel.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C79

1874 Apr 9 - 1874 Apr 10

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Samuel Hamilton Cartwright, for the post of Dental Surgeon at King’s College Hospital.

5pp


KA/IC/C80

1870-1874

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding a survey into King’s College London by the Royal Commission on Scientific Instruction and the Advancement of Science, including a statement by University College London and papers regarding endowments related to the teaching of science. (The Commission reported on the state of scientific instruction following serious concern about the inadequacy of science teaching in schools.)

1 bundle


KA/IC/C81

1874

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the College Commemoration Day, 1874, including posters; a list of attendees; seating arrangements; order of service for the celebration of Communion; printed circulars (Commemoration Day was a day of events which included the presentation of prizes to students, a service in the College Chapel and a dinner to which friends and past members of the College were invited).

9pp and 2 items (all outsized)


KA/IC/C82

1874

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the successful application of Samuel Hamilton Cartwright for post of Dental Surgeon at King’s College Hospital.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C83

1875 Jan 18 -1875 Jan 27

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Victoriano Carrias for the post of Spanish Lecturer in the Evening Classes Department.

6pp


KA/IC/C84

1875 Nov

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript petition to the Secretary of King’s College London from N W Craighead and other students, requesting permission for all students to be allowed to wear the King’s College hood.

3pp


KA/IC/C85

1875

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Thomas Sampson Carte, Assistant Master at King’s College School, asking for leave to recover his health; W R Cooper of the Society of Biblical Archaeology publicising classes in Egyptian and Assyrian; Robert Brudenell Carter FRCS (1828-1918), physician, regarding a tablet to be erected in the College Chapel in memory of Francis Edmund Anstie (1833-1874), physician at Westminster Hospital, who was a student at the College; the successful application of Francis Richardson Cross for the post of Medical Tutor and Sub-Dean; Jean Jacques Edmond Cerisier, Assistant French Master at King’s College School, thanking the College for his appointment; R W Craighead, on behalf of W R Fenn, asking for copies of the certificates he won at the College which were lost in the burning of the ‘Goliath’, a training ship, moored off Grays, Essex, used to prepare boys for the sea.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C86

1876

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Ellen Carte stating her husband, Thomas Sampson Carte, Assistant Master at King’s College School, would not return to his post due to his failing health and requesting help to pay for his hospital fees; the resignation of Jean Jacques Edmond Cerisier, Assistant French Master at King’s College School, to move to the south of France for his health; Robert Brudenell Carter FRCS (1828-1918), physician, regarding a tablet to Francis Edmund Anstie (1833-1874), physician at Westminster Hospital, erected in the chapel; Archibald Campbell Tait (1811-1882), Archbishop of Canterbury and College Visitor, regarding the death of John Taylor Coleridge (1790-1876), Life Governor, and appointing Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne-Cecil, third marquis of Salisbury (1830-1903), as his replacement; E Cheere regarding the death of his brother, Robert Cheere, member of the Council; J E Currow of the Somerset Hotel, informing the College he no longer needed to use the cellars under the College. Also includes an extract from the will of Robert Cheere, member of College Council, leaving £1000 to the College.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C87

1876

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the College Commemoration Day, 1876 Jul 27, including printed circulars; tickets; order of service; posters (Commemoration Day was a day of events which included the presentation of prizes to students, a service in the College Chapel and a dinner to which friends and past members of the College were invited).

15pp (all outsized)


KA/IC/C88

1877

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the College Commemoration Day, 1877 Jul 20, including printed circulars; tickets; order of service; posters (Commemoration Day was a day of events which included the presentation of prizes to students, a service in the College Chapel and a dinner to which friends and past members of the College were invited).

10pp and 6 items (all outsized)


KA/IC/C89

1877

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including S M Castle regarding the absence of Henry James Castle (1809-1891), Professor of Land Surveying and Levelling, after he fell from an omnibus; P Choomsai, former student at the College, informing the College he wished to give a prize to an engineering student who designed the best wrought iron bridge; Cecil W Cunningham, Hon. Secretary of the King’s College Magazine, soliciting College Council’s support for the newly formed publication; Francis Richardson Cross, Medical Tutor, thanking College Council for appointing him the Lecturer of Physiology in the Evening Classes; Charles E Cooper, Headmaster of Observatory House School, requesting his school be brought into union with the College (‘Schools in Union’ were district and other grammar schools awarded an annual scholarship and other privileges by the College).

1 bundle


KA/IC/C90

1878

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Printed papers and manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding Commemoration Day, 1878 Jun 20, including a poster; circulars; order of the service for the celebration of Communion (Commemoration Day was a day of events including the presentation of prizes to students, a service in the College Chapel and a dinner to which friends and past members of the College were invited).

7pp and 2 items (all outsized)


KA/IC/C91

1878

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the resignation of Francis Richardson Cross, Medical Tutor and Sub Dean of the Medical Department; Samuel Hamilton Cartwright, Professor of Dental Surgery, requesting permission for his brother Alexander Cartwright to take his lectures while he was out of the country on urgent business.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C92

1879

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Printed poster and tickets for the Commemoration luncheon on Commemoration Day 1879 (Commemoration Day was a day of events including the presentation of prizes to students, a service in the College Chapel and a dinner to which friends and past members of the College were invited).

3 items (all outsized)


KA/IC/C93

1879

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London, including Ellen Carte announcing death of her husband Thomas Sampson Carte ([1829]-1879), former Assistant Master of King’s College School; Edward Chamberlain requesting a refund in his tuition fees after being ejected from the Civil Service Department classes for being hard of hearing; Robert Craighead on preparations for the King’s College Dinner; the resignation of Thomas Astley Cock ([1812]-1885), Lecturer of Mathematics; F Crisp, Secretary of the Royal Microscopical Society, regarding the rental of rooms in the College. Also includes a printed circular from Chapman & Hill, publishers, enclosing a list of handbooks produced by the Science and Art Department of the Committee of Council on Education.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C94

1880

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the resignation of Henry James Castle (1809-1891), Professor of Land Surveying and Levelling.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C95

1880 Jun 11-1883 Mar 18

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letter to the Secretary of King’s College London from Victoriano Carrias ([1834]-1890), Spanish Evening Class Lecturer.

4pp


KA/IC/C96

1880 May 29- 1880 Jun 4

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of William Jones Clarke for the post of Assistant Master at King’s College School.

6pp


KA/IC/C97

1881

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the Archbishop Canterbury regarding the appointment of George William Daniell ([1853]-1931) as Lecturer of the Exegesis of the New Testament; the successful application of George Herbert Curteis for the Chair of Exegesis of the New Testament; John F S Cuttance, Headmaster of Kilburn Colligate School, requesting his school be brought into union with College (‘Schools in Union’ were district and other grammar schools awarded an annual scholarship and other privileges by the College).

1 bundle


KA/IC/C98

1881 Sep 29-1881 Oct 4

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the appointment of Arthur James Comyn, Assistant Lecturer in the Civil Service Department.

5pp


KA/IC/C99

1882

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including William Martin Coats complaining that his son Francis Coats, a medical student, came home feeling unwell due to the lack of light and ventilation in his room in the College which over looked the Anatomy Theatre; City and Guilds of London Institute regarding their grants to the College; the Clothworkers’ Company regarding the prize they sponsored at the College.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C100

1883

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including John Curnow (1846-1902), Professor of Anatomy, regarding the fitting of a teaching room in King’s College Hospital; John Curnow requesting his assistant Alexander Symons Kenny ([1854]-1901) be appointed the Demonstrator of Anatomy; City and Guilds of London Institute regarding their grant to the College; the Clothworkers’ Company regarding the prize they sponsored at the College; the Committee of Works informing the College of the police force’s concern about the security problems at the entrance to the College from the Embankment; Currie & Co regarding the conveyance of 10 Grange Court near King’s College Hospital; petition from the College cricket club and football team requesting the Council to rent a sports field. Also includes circulars from the Civil Service Commission.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C101

1883 Sep 20-1883 Oct 11

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding applications for the post of Curator of the Anatomical Museum, including the successful candidate, Edgar Thurston (1855-1935).

17pp


KA/IC/C102

1884

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Edward White Benson (1829 -1896), Archbishop of Canterbury, approving the appointment of John Mee Fuller as the Professor of Ecclesiastical History; the City and Guilds of London Institute regarding their grant to the College.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C103

1885

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the Church of England Young Men’s Society nominating Charles Moss for the vacant post of gate porter; the City and Guilds of London Institute regarding their grant to the College; Currie & Co regarding the sale of 2-3 Grange Court near King’s College Hospital. Also includes letters from applicants for the Carter (Botany) Prize.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C104

1886

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the Church of England Scripture Readers’ Association requesting use of a room in the College for their meetings; the City and Guilds of London Institute regarding their grant to the College; Sydney W Comyns, former pupil of King’s College School regarding the expenditure of the College Football Club.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C105

1887

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the resignation of Samuel Hamilton Cartwright (1842-1907), Professor of Dental Surgery; the Church of England Scripture Readers’ Association, regarding the use of a room in the College for meetings; the City and Guilds of London Institute regarding their grant to the College; Arthur James Comyn (1857-1927), Assistant Lecturer in Civil Service Department, complaining about the inadequate gas lighting in his Department; Edwin March Crookshank (1859-1928), Professor of Bacteriology and Comparative Pathology, regarding the formation of the Bacteriology course.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C106

1887

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London comprising of applications for the post of Professor of Fine Art.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C107

1887

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Draft copy of printed submission by the Charity Commission to the Committee of Council on Education for the foundation of a school in Chipping Barnet and covering letter requesting King’s College London provide a governor.

2 items


KA/IC/C108

1887

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Printed copy of the submission by the Charity Commission to the Committee of Council on Education for the foundation of Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, Chipping Barnet and a covering letter announcing its approval.

2 items


KA/IC/C109

1888

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the successful application of Albert Carless (1861-1936) for the post of Assistant Surgeon at King’s College Hospital; the Christian Evidence Society requesting permission to hold a meeting in the College; the City and Guilds of London Institute regarding their grant to the College; the Civil Defence Rifle Volunteer Corps requesting permission to use an area at the College for musket practice.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C110

1889

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including John Curnow (1846-1902), Professor of Anatomy and member of the King’s College Medical Board, recommending Ferdinand Simeon Le Quesne (1863-1950), former medical student who won the VC for a Fellowship; the successful application of George Lenthal Cheatle (1865-1951) for the post of Sambrooke Surgical Registrar of King’s College Hospital; the Church of England Scripture Readers’ Association requesting permission to hold a meeting in the College; the City and Guilds of London Institute regarding their grant to the College.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C111

1889

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Typescript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from the Charity Commission regarding the City of London Parochial Charities Act 1883.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C112

1889 Jun 1

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Albert Carless (1861-1936) for the post of Assistant Surgeon at King’s College Hospital.

6pp


KA/IC/C113

1890

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Edward White Benson (1829-1896), Archbishop of Canterbury, agreeing to the appointment of Henry Cary Shuttleworth (1850-1900) as the Professor of Pastoral Theology; Carpenters’ Company proposing a carpentry course to be taught at the College; the Church of England Scripture Readers’ Association requesting permission to use the College dining room to hold their annual tea meeting; the resignation of Thomas Clarkson, Demonstrator of Metallurgy.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C114

1890 July 9-1890 July 10

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript and typescript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of David Sing Capper (1864-1926) for the Chair of Mechanical Engineering.

6pp


KA/IC/C115

1891

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript and typescript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Carpenters’ Company regarding the carpentry course and scholarship at the College; the Spanish Consulate on the death of Victoriano Carrias ([1834]-1890), Spanish Evening Class Lecturer; the Charity Commission; the resignation of George Lenthal Cheatle (1865-1951), Sambrooke Surgical Registrar at King’s College Hospital; Church of England Scripture Readers’ Association requesting the use of a room in the College for a meeting; the City and Guilds of London Institute regarding their grant to the College; the Clothworkers’ Company regarding their scholarship at the College; Crossley Brothers Ltd regarding the purchase of a 7 HP “Otto” gas engine; J F Cunningham, student, regarding his mistreatment by Alexandre Louis Dupuis ([1840]-1906), Assistant French Master of King’s College School and Evening Class Lecturer (see KA/IC/D88); John Duke Coleridge (1820-1894), member of College Council and supporter of the Anti-Vivisection Society, enquiring if the College’s ‘experimental research’ involved vivisection. Also includes a report by David Sing Capper (1864-1926), Professor of Mechanical Engineering, on workshop management.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C116

1891 Sep 22-Sep 25

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Alfred Caldercott (1850-1936) for the Chair of Logic and Mental Philosophy.

6pp


KA/IC/C117

1891

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the application of Fred Charles, for an academic post at the College.

3pp


KA/IC/C118

1891

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of William Cunningham (1849-1919) for the Tooke Chair of Economic Science and Statistics.

9pp


KA/IC/C119

1891

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London comprising applications for the post of Commercial Master at King’s College School.

1 file


KA/IC/C120

1892

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the Carpenters’ Company regarding the carpentry course and prize they sponsored at the College; Thomas Carter regarding the poor health of Auguste Peixoto ([1823]-1893), Evening Class Lecturer of Portuguese; City and Guilds of London Institute on their grant to the College. Also includes the printed annual report and accounts of the Anatomical Committee.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C121

1893 Jul 17 - 1893 Jul 20

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript and typescript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of George Lenthal Cheatle (1865-1951) for the post of Assistant Surgeon at King’s College Hospital.

19pp


KA/IC/C122

1893 Nov 4-1893 Nov 9

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of William Edward Collins (1867-1911) for the Chair of Ecclesiastical History.

13pp


KA/IC/C123

1893

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript and typescript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the Carpenters’ Company regarding the carpentry course and prize they sponsored at the College; City and Guilds of London Institute regarding their grant to the College; City Surveyor’s Office concerning the College’s lease of 4 Albion Place, Blackfriars Bridge for the Civil Service Department; Civil Service Commission thanking the College for the use of the George III Museum and the Physics Laboratory; J B Barraclough of the Christian Help for Christian Jews Society regarding the payment of fees for Bachshi Issac Rahim, a theology student at the College; George Baird, Director of the Oriental Department of the City Institute offering a set of oriental alphabet charts to the College; the Church Missionary Society requesting permission to use a room in the College for a meeting; George Herbert Curteis (1824-1894), Professor of the Exegesis of New Testament, offering to continue teaching at the College even though he had reached retirement age; Thomas Carter regarding the death of Auguste Peixoto ([1823]-1893), Portuguese Evening Class Lecturer; the Clothworkers’ Company regarding the prize at the College; Edgar March Crookshank (1859-1928), Professor of Bacteriology, regarding the ‘Berridge’ grant for the Bacteriology Laboratory.

1 bundle


KA/IC/C124

1894

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters and printed papers to the Secretary of King’s College London including Edward White Benson (1829-1896), the Archbishop of Canterbury, approving the appointment of Richard John Knowling (1852-1919) to the Chair of the Exegesis of the New Testament; the Church of England Scripture Readers’ Association requesting the use of a room in the College to hold a meeting; City and Guilds of London Institute regarding their grant to the College; W H Clarke & Co, wine and spirit merchants, concerning the College’s lease of 91a Waterloo Road for the Civil Service Department; the Clothworkers’ Company on the prize they sponsored at the College; John Curnow (1846-1902), Professor of Anatomy, forwarding the Anatomical Committee’s annual report; Edgar March Crookshank (1859-1928), Professor of Bacteriology, regarding the location of the money from the ‘Berridge’ grant; the ‘Coventry Protest’ against the withdrawal of grants to the College because of its religious restrictions; rough minutes of the meetings of College Council. Also includes an estimate for the provision of electric lights in the College Chapel.

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KA/IC/C125

1895

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the Carpenters’ Company regarding the carpentry course and prize they sponsored at the College; the City and Guilds of London Institute regarding their grant to the College; W H Clarke & Co, wine and spirit merchants, concerning the College’s lease of 91a Waterloo Road for the Civil Service Department; the Clothworkers’ Company regarding the prize they sponsored at the College. Also includes letters regarding the health and the resignation of John William Cunningham ([1819]-1901), Secretary.

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KA/IC/C126

1895 Oct 17-1895 Oct 19

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript and typescript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding College catering.

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KA/IC/C127

1895 Nov

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Printed papers and manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London relating to an appeal by the College to the Technical Education Board for a grant to aid technical teaching.

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KA/IC/C128

1903 Nov 8

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letter to the Secretary of King’s College London from William Edward Collins (1867-1911), Professor of Ecclesiastical History regarding his resignation to take up the Bishopric of Gibraltar.

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KA/IC/C129

1903-1904

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London, including Reginald George Vicat Cole (1870-1940), Lecturer of Landscape Drawing to the King’s College Women’s Department, submitting a design of wood and glass work for the drawing studio at Kensington Square, King’s College Women’s Department. Also includes a list of equipment required by resident students.

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KA/IC/C130

1907 Jul

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript and typescript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London mainly from businesses regarding their subscriptions to the College School of Chinese.

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KA/IC/C131

1907

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript and typescript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the Commercial Travellers’ School regarding payment of fees for their students attending the College; the Clothworkers’ Company regarding their prize they sponsored at the College.

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KA/IC/C132

1908

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the Clothworkers’ Company regarding the prize they sponsored at the College; the Commercial Travellers’ Schools enclosing the payment of fees for their students attending the College.

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KA/IC/C133

1913-1914

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including The Charing Cross and Strand Electricity Supply Corporation Ltd regarding the College’s electrical supply; the Civil Service Commission requesting permission to use the College’s chemical laboratory to hold their examinations; Collinson, Prichard & Barnes regarding the College’s lease of 15 Launceston Place in South Kensington; The Criterion Restaurant publicising the restaurant, including a small printed booklet about the restaurant. Also includes the printed annual report and accounts of the City Parochial Foundation and the Clerical, Medical and General Life Assurance Society.

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KA/IC/C134

1914-1915

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters and printed papers sent to the Secretary of King’s College London including the Chiswick Belgian Refugees Committee, regarding placing refugee students at the College; the Corona Lamp Works Limited, offering to sell lamps cheaper than ‘German owned’ companies.

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KA/IC/C135

1918

Secretary’s in-correspondence: Letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter C

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including from Eric T Cook stating that he would no longer attend lectures in the Evening Class Department as he had been called up for military service.

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