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

KA/IC/M1-158

Secretary’s in-correspondence from correspondents with surnames or on topics beginning with the letter M, 1828-1919. This sub-series also contains papers regarding the Medical Department; Medical Library; applications for posts at King’s College School.


KA/IC/M1

1828

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including James Heywood Markland (1788-1864), College Solicitor, thanking the College for his appointment; John Morrison offering his services as the accountant or clerk in the Secretary’s office; John Masterman recommending Robert Harris as a publisher for the College; anonymous letter from ‘FHM’ informing the College of the benefits of building student residences; Robert Morrell enclosing the donation of the Bishop of Oxford; John Morlock & Sons enclosing the names of subscribers in Cambridge.

13pp


KA/IC/M2

[1828]

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

Printed copies of E Statutis Collegii regalis Medicorum Excerpta (extracts from the statutes of the Royal College of Physicians, England, in Latin).

4pp


KA/IC/M3

1829

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including William Manning (1763-1835), merchant, accepting a seat on the College Council; James Heywood Markland (1788-1864), College Solicitor, regarding the purchase of the Strand Site and the College charter; John Murray (1785/6-1851), writer on science and public lecturer, presenting his book on atmospheric electricity to the College [A treatise on atmospherical electricity : including lightning rods, and paragrêles (London, 1830)]. Also includes an anonymous letter withdrawing his subscription due to the location of the College.

19pp


KA/IC/M4

1830

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Thomas MacKreth naming subscribers in Lancaster, Lancashire; the successful application of John Richardson Major (1797-1876) for the post of Headmaster at King’s College School; the unsuccessful application of Henry Malden (1800-1876) for the Chair of Classical Literature; the successful application of Herbert Mayo (1796-1852) for the Chair of Anatomy and Physiology, including letters regarding the purchase of the ‘Sommerring’ museum (the collection of Samuel Thomas von Sömmerring (1755-1830), German physician) from Frankfurt, Germany; T J Millar offering a house on Surrey Street for the use of members of the College; the successful application of Henry Moseley (1801-1872) for the Chair of Experimental Philosophy.

29pp


KA/IC/M5

1831

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

Manuscript letters and printed papers sent to the Secretary of King’s College London including John Richardson Major (1797-1876), Headmaster of King’s College School, regarding the formation of the School and the appointment of Joseph Edwards as his Assistant Master; William Manning (1763-1835), member of the College Council, presenting books to the College; Herbert Mayo (1796-1852), Professor of Anatomy, giving an account of the arrest of a group of men who presented an ‘intentionally destroyed’ body of a boy to the Medical school for dissection (two of the men, John Bishop and Thomas Williams, were later executed for murdering the boy in a notorious case dubbed the ‘Italian Boy’ which led to the Anatomy Act 1832) ; Robert McClure offering to privately tutor students; Henry Moseley (1801-1872), regarding his appointment as Professor of Experiment Philosophy and Chaplain.

61pp and 1 item


KA/IC/M6

1832

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including John Richardson Major (1797-1876), Headmaster of King’s College School, regarding his income and recommending the appointment of John Fearnley (1800-1869) as an Assistant Master; Martin & Barker regarding their delivery of coal to the College; Samuel Minns, Secretary of King’s College School, Nassau, Bahamas, thanking the Council for their support.

21pp


KA/IC/M7

1832 Nov 2-1835 Feb

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

Manuscript letters and printed papers sent to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the Medical Department including a report of the Medicine Faculty of the University College, London, 1834-1835; a report and appendix of the University College, London, 1835 Feb; a statement regarding Charing Cross Hospital, 1832 Nov 2; an extract from the minutes of the meeting of the Medical Professors of King’s College regarding the professors being allow to teach at other schools.

2 items and 3pp


KA/IC/M8

1832-1835 Oct 28

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the Medical Department and its formation, including the Department accounts; press cuttings regarding the Anatomy Bill, 1832; letters regarding the proposal for a dedicated teaching ward in Charing Cross Hospital for the use of the College’s medical students; draft list of rules for the Medical Reading Room; papers regarding the possibility of allowing the department to award medical degrees.

1 file


KA/IC/M9

1833

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Donald Mackay removing his son from the school to emigrate to a plantation in British Guiana; John Richardson Major (1797-1876), Headmaster of King’s College School, regarding vacations at the School; Herbert Mayo (1796-1852), Professor of Anatomy, regarding fees paid by students; Basil Montagu (1770-1851), author and legal reformer, regarding his reasons for not paying his donation.

11pp


KA/IC/M10

1834

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including John Richardson Major (1797-1876), Headmaster of King’s College School, regarding the School, including the resignation of William Hayes, Assistant Master of King’s College School; Charles Moss & Co regarding the possible donation of an elephant skeleton to the College by a prince from Calcutta.

34pp


KA/IC/M11

1834 Jan 15- 1834 Jan 31

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the proposed amalgamation of the duties of the Curator of the Museum and the attendant in the dissecting room, with letters from Robert Ferguson (1799-1865), Professor of Obstetric Medicine; Joseph Henry Green (1791-1863), Professor of Principles and Practice of Surgery; Francis Hawkins (1794-1877), Professor of Principles and Practice of Medicine.

4pp


KA/IC/M12

1835

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

King’s College London Secretary’s in-correspondence from correspondents with surnames or topics beginning with the letter M, including William Marsden (1754-1836), orientalist and numismatist, donating his library to the College; Henry Moseley (1801-1872), Professor of Natural Philosophy and Astronomy, regarding the structure of his classes and requesting permission to lecture to the Manchester Mechanics Institute; Thomas Mears presenting some ‘Martin busts’ to the College Library; James Heywood Markland (1788-1864), College Solicitor, with an outline of charges owed to the Ironmongers’ Company. Also includes a petition from the medical Professors for an additional museum to hold the natural history and natural philosophy collections.

23pp


KA/IC/M13

1836

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including John Richardson Major (1797-1876), Headmaster of the King’s College School, informing the College Council of the changes the length of the school day; the wife of William Marsden (1754-1836), orientalist and numismatist, informing the College of his death and transferring his collection to the College; the Metropolitan Police regarding robes stolen from the College, including the ‘Daily Police Report’ No 2514, 1836 Feb 3; a copy of a Power of Attorney from Thomas Mears, an employee at the College, to Daniel Fryett junior. Also includes a printed circular regarding the City of London Truss Society for the Relief of the Ruptured Poor.

25pp


KA/IC/M14

1836 Aug

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the resignation of Herbert Mayo (1796-1852), Professor of Physiology, in response to fellow Professors of the Medical Department following his application for the Chair of Anatomy at University College London; a petition from students requesting Mayo’s re-election; letters from the Professors of the Medical department regarding the reorganisation of the department (see KA/IC3/5-6).

13pp


KA/IC/M15

1837 Oct 3, 1838 Nov 2

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

Borrowers’ vouchers from the College Medical Library.

2pp


KA/IC/M16

1837

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including John Richardson Major (1797-1876), Headmaster of King’s College School, regarding his staff, the appointment of George Hutton and the accounts of the Drawing Class; regulations for the porters of the Anatomy Museum and George III Museum. Also includes bills from Millikin & Co for the cleaning of medical apparatus.

14pp


KA/IC/M17

1832-1840

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding lists prize winners and examination result for all the departments of the College, King’s College School and results of scholarship for schools in union (‘schools in union’ were district and other grammar schools which the College awarded an annual scholarship and other privileges).

1 file


KA/IC/M18

1836-1838

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

Manuscript letters and printed papers sent to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding applications for the Chair of Forensic Medicine and the Chair of Materia Medica, including successful applications from William Augustus Guy, (1810-1885), and John Forbes Royle, (1798-1858). Other applications include James Hunter Lane, ([1806]-1853), physician and medical journalist; William Richard Basham, (1807-1877) physician; Walter Hayle Walshe (1812-1892), physician; William Gregory (1803-1858), chemist and psychic investigator.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M19

1834 June 12-1844 Mar 44

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

Manuscript correspondence with Henry Moseley (1801-1872), Professor of Natural Philosophy, including his application for the post and the formation of the Civil Engineering Department.

23pp


KA/IC/M20

1838

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including James Heywood Markland (1788-1864), College Solicitor, giving his suggestions for how shares in the College could be transferred. Also includes an estimate from Thomas Mears for repairs in the Anatomy Department.

31pp


KA/IC/M21

1838

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

Manuscript letters and printed papers to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding applications for a post of Assistant Master at King’s College School.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M22

1839

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Henry Moseley (1801-1872), Professor of Natural Philosophy, regarding the Civil Engineering Classes; David William Murray, 3rd Earl of Mansfield, (1777 - 1840) giving permission for students from the Civil Engineering Department to survey in Kenwood House, Hampstead Heath; D Maclure of All Souls and Marylebone District Grammar School, requesting his school be brought into union with the College (‘schools in union’ were district and other grammar schools which the College awarded an annual scholarship and other privileges); a petition from the Masters of King’s College School for the Council to improve the school playground. Also papers regarding the Medical Department including a report from the medical professors on the proposed Hospital.

43pp


KA/IC/M23

1840

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including John Richardson Major (1797-1876), Headmaster of King’s College School, regarding the administration of the School include recommending the dismissal of George Hutton, Assistant Arithmetical and Writing Master, due to his increasing deafness, complaining about the smell coming from other departments in the College, requesting additional staff be provided to cater for the increasing numbers of pupils, and donating various classical and theological books to the College Library; the successful application of George Theo. Manning for a clerkship in the Secretary’s Office. Also includes papers regarding the Medical Department, including a report on the Chairs of Medicine and Surgery, vouchers of books purchase for the Medical Library, and the purchase of ‘Arnold’s plates of the brain’ (possibly prints by Philipp Friedrich Arnold (1803 -1890), a German Anatomist); a petition from the Master of King’s College School demanding more staff be employed at the School due to the retirement of George Hutton, Assistant Master.

44pp


KA/IC/M24

1836 Jun 14- 1840 Jan 1

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of George Budd (1808-1882), for the Chair of the Principles and Practice of Medicine, including testimonials from James Cumming (1777-1861), chemist, William Clark (1788-1869), anatomist, John Haviland (1785-1851), physician.

7pp


KA/IC/M25

1840

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

Printed booklet University of London, First Examination for the Degree of the Bachelor of Medicine, in the Year 1840.

1 item


KA/IC/M26

1841

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including John Richardson Major (1797-1876), Headmaster of King’s College School, requesting additional staff to teach the increasing number of pupils at the School, informing the College of the closure of the School due to an outbreak of Scarlet Fever; Alexander McCaul (1799-1863) accepting the Chair of Hebrew and Rabbinical Literature; Henry Moseley (1801-1872), Professor of Natural Philosophy, on the creation of a Civil Engineering Department; Sir James Grigor, first baronet (1771-1858), military surgeon, offering an appointment to Thomas Inman (1820-1876), a King’s medical student who won the Leathes prize in 1841. Also includes papers regarding the Medical Department including Thomas Stephen ([1791]- ), Medical Librarian, ordering medical publications and equipment for the Department, Robert Bentley Todd (1809-1860), Professor of Physiology, and John Forbes Royle (1798-1858), Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, regarding the requirements for medical graduates wishing to join the armed services; a petition from the medical professors requesting additional accommodation for medical students; an application from the medical professors for grants to purchase bodies for dissection; papers regarding the binding of books in the Medical Library; list of the subdivision of tuition and Hospital fees between the Professors of the Medical Department; vouchers for books bought for the Medical Library.

64pp


KA/IC/M27

1842

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including John Richardson Major (1797-1876), Headmaster of King’s College School, on the administration of the School including the Arithmetic Department of the School, the post of Drawing Master and the poor condition of the School playground; Samuel Minns, Secretary of King’s College School, Nassau, Bahamas, on the appointment of a new Headmaster. Also includes papers regarding the Medical Department including letters regarding the appointment of William Allen Miller (1817-1870), Demonstrator of Chemistry; papers regarding the Medical Department including notes on a scheme of regulations for extended accommodation for residential students.

31pp


KA/IC/M28

1838 Mar 20-1842 Mar 12

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the unsuccessful application of Dr H McIntyre for the Chair of Botany.

4pp


KA/IC/M29

1842 May 10-1852 Nov 29, 1863 March 13

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from John Richardson Major (1797-1876), Headmaster of King’s College School, regarding the administration of the School, including his request for his pupils to be allowed to attend chemistry lectures at the College.

12pp


KA/IC/M30

1843

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including John Richardson Major (1797-1876), Headmaster of King’s College School, regarding the singing classes of John Pike Hullah (1812-1884), Professor of Vocal Music and the resignation of William Allsup, Assistant Master; the resignation of George Theodore Manning (1818-1887), a clerk in the secretary’s Office; Henry Moseley (1801-1872), Professor of Natural Philosophy, requesting permission to teach a course of lectures in Astronomy, mechanics and hydrostatics to students in the General Literature and Science Department. Also includes printed papers regarding the Medical Department.

62pp


KA/IC/M31

1843-1844

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

Manuscript and typescript applications for tickets to attend lectures at the College sent to the Secretary of King’s College London from members of the medical staff in the armed forces.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M32

1844

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including John Richardson Major (1797-1876), Headmaster of King’s College School, requesting permission to close the school on the 24 September 1844, and enclosing a list of his boarders; the resignation of Henry Moseley (1801-1872), Professor of Natural Philosophy; Samuel Minns, Secretary of King’s College School, Nassau, Bahamas, enclosing a report on the School. Also includes papers regarding the Medical Department including the publication of the handbook for medical students.

44pp


KA/IC/M33

1845

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Samuel Minns, Secretary of the King’s College School, Nassau, Bahamas, regarding the prizes awarded by the College and applications for the post of headmaster of the King’s College School, Nassau, The Bahamas. Also contains papers regarding the Medical department, including a list of fees received, 1835-1844; extracts of the minutes of the general meetings of the Medical Department.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M34

1842 Nov 15- 1845 Nov 12

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of William Allen Miller (1817-1870), Chemist for the Chair of Chemistry, including letters regarding the development of his course; his resignation of the post of Demonstrator of Chemistry. Also includes testimonials from John Forbes Royle (1798-1858), Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics; Thomas Graham (1805-1869), Chemist; Charles Wheatstone (1802-1875), Professor of Experimental Philosophy; William Thomas Brande (1788-1866), Chemist; Justus Von Liebig (1803-1873), Chemist.

36pp


KA/IC/M35

1845 Jan 11-1845 Feb 11

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from Samuel Minns, Secretary King’s College School, Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas, regarding a prize book awarded by the College which was never received.

3pp


KA/IC/M36

1846 Dec 4

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from William Allen Miller (1817-1870), Professor of Chemistry, requesting money for his course.

1pp


KA/IC/M37

1846

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including William Masters, Curator of the Anatomy Museum, enclosing a list of equipment required and the costs of taxidermy. Also includes applications for the post of Second Mathematics Master at King’s College School.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M38

1848

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the London Marble and Stone Working Company regarding tablets in memory of ‘Wm. Brooks of Oxford’ and William Hayes, Assistant Master at King’s College School; Thomas Markby (1824-1870), Assistant Master of King’s College School, thanking the College for appointing him College Censor; William Henry Monk (1823-1889) accepting the position of Director of the Choir and listing the anthems required for the use of the choir; the Masters of King’s College School informing the College of the decreasing numbers of boarders; a petition from students of the General Literature and Science Department requesting longer opening hours for the Library; applications for the Chair of Military Science, including Capt. Frederick Augustus Griffiths ([1795]-1869), who was appointed to the post. Also contains letters regarding the Medical Department, including applications for the post of Demonstrator of Anatomy, including Henry Lee (1817-1898) who was appointed; a petition from medical students requesting accommodation to be provided; list of medical prize winners.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M39

1848 June 23 -1870 Jun 24, [1990-2000]

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from William Allen Miller (1817-1870), Professor of Chemistry, regarding the administration of the chemistry course and his work as Dean of the Applied Science Department. Also includes an undated typescript transcript of a few of Miller’s letters by Barbara Becker, the Department of the History of Science, John Hopkins University, Maryland, USA.

48pp


KA/IC/M40

1848

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

Tickets for the meeting of the Training Institution for Nurses for Hospitals, Families and the Poor on 1848 July 13.

2 items


KA/IC/M41

1849

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including William Henry Monk (1823-1889), Director of the King’s College Choir, regarding the progress of the choir; William Allen Miller (1817-1870), Professor of Chemistry, complaining about the noise caused by the school during their break times.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M42

1849

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

Manuscript letters and papers sent to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the post of Professor of Military Science.

1 item and 3pp


KA/IC/M43

1846 Mar 10-1862 Dec 12

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from Alexander McCaul (1799-1863), Professor Hebrew and Rabbinical Literature (1841-[1846]), Professor of Divinity (1846-1853), Professor of Hebrew and the Exegesis of the Old Testament (1853-1863), and Professor of Ecclesiastical History (1853-1863), on various topics including his appointment as Professor of Divinity; list of prize winners from his classes; his son’s tuition; proposed Evening Classes.

17pp


KA/IC/M44

1849

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

Manuscript letter to the Secretary of King’s College London from ‘MD’ complaining about the poor state of the water closets at the College.

1pp


KA/IC/M45

1849

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

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

1 bundle


KA/IC/M46

1850 Jun 6 - 1850 Sep 9

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from William Allen Miller (1817-1870), Professor of Chemistry regarding the Chemical Laboratory and the infirmity of William Quye, the Laboratory Assistant.

4pp


KA/IC/M47

1850

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the resignation of Thomas Markby (1824-1870), Censor; William Henry Monk (1823-1889), Director of the Choir, requesting a place for the choir boys to wash their hands before performing in the Chapel and the extension of the working hours of the Organ blower. Also papers regarding the Medical Department, including a report into the role of the Demonstrator of Anatomy.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M48

1850 Mar 5-1850 Mar 12

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the application of Charles Everard Moore for the Worsley Scholarship, founded by Major General Sir Henry Worsley, army officer in the East India Company, to fund the education of missionaries to India.

8pp


KA/IC/M49

1851 Apr 15, 1857 Jun 10

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

Manuscript letter to the Secretary of King’s College London from William Allen Miller (1817-1870), Professor of Chemistry, requesting the adaptation of the Chemical Laboratory to accommodate his duties of assaying gold and silver for the Master of the Mint, including a report by William Augustus Guy, Dean of the Medical Department, into the work carried out in the Chemical Laboratory.

2pp


KA/IC/M50

1851 Jan 21-1852 Dec 20

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from Joseph Benjamin McCaul (1827-1892), including his application for an AKC (Associateship of King’s College), the College’s own academic award; letters regarding his appointment as Censor, Reader, and Lecturer of Divinity; his resignation from the Lectureship of Divinity.

3pp


KA/IC/M51

1851

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including John Richardson Major (1797-1876), Headmaster of King’s College School, requesting the College provide new lockers for the School; Thomas Markby, Assistant Master of King’s College School, complaining about the lack of heating in his classroom; Herbert Merivale from the Colonial Office enclosing the tuition fees of W Edmund Lofus from the Governor of Ceylon; William Henry Monk (1823-1889), Director of the Choir, informing the College Council of the poor health of the Chapel’s organ-blower. Also includes testimonials for the successful application of Henry Worsley ([1798]-1854) for the Chair of Landscape Drawing and Perspective.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M52

1852

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from John Richardson Major (1797-1876), Headmaster of King’s College School and William Allen Miller (1817-1870), Professor of Chemistry.

11pp


KA/IC/M53

1852

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

Manuscript and typescript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Thomas Markby, Assistant Master of King’s College School, complaining about the condition of the Dining Hall and regarding the School’s important role in the finances of the College; James Cosmo Melville (1792-1861), East India Company servant, donating of models of vessels from India previously on display at the Great Exhibition (1851) to the College; William Henry Monk (1823-1889), Director of the Choir, regarding the regulations for the choral exhibitioners. Also includes a petition from students complaining about the poor condition of meals served in the College Dining Hall.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M54

1853

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

Manuscript and typescript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including John Richardson Major (1797-1876), Headmaster of King’s College School, regarding the resignation and death of Francois Hubert Gassion, Assistant French Master; the resignation of David McAnally, Lecturer of Divinity; a petition from students requesting that Leone Levi (1821-1888) be made the Professor of Commercial Law. Also includes papers regarding the Medical Department including a petition by the Medical Professors for changes to the Chair of Physiology; applications for the Warnford Scholarship.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M55

1853 Oct 8 -1853 Nov 15

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the dismissal of Frederick Denison Maurice (1805-1872), Professor of English literature and Modern History and Professor of Ecclesiastical History, including a transcript of the correspondence between Maurice and Richard William Jelf (1798-1871), Principal.

22pp and 2 items


KA/IC/M56

1854

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including J R Major, Secretary of the Photographic Society, on the formation of an Photography course at the College; the successful application of Alphonse Mariette for the Lectureship of French Language and Literature; the resignation of Thomas Markby, Assistant Master of King’s College School; Alexander McCaul (1799-1863), Professor of Divinity, thanking the Council for appointing him the Professor of Ecclesiastical History; the unsuccessful application of Peter Goldsmith Medd (1829-1908), ecclesiastical historian, for the Lectureship of Divinity; W Leslie Meville of the East India Company, requesting the College nominate a medical student for the post of assistant surgeon to the Company; William Henry Monk (1823-1889), Director of the Choir, regarding the chapel expenses and the possible move of the organ. Also includes applications for the post of Mathematical Master at King’s College School, including George Robert Smalley, who was appointed to the post.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M57

1854

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

Printed and manuscript booklets of testimonials for the successful application of Alphonse Mariette for the Lectureship of French Language and Literature.

2 items


KA/IC/M58

1854 Mar 6

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

Manuscript letter to the Secretary of King’s College London from William Allen Miller (1817-1870), Professor of Chemistry, giving his opinion of the candidates for the post of Demonstrator of Chemistry, including Charles Loudon Bloxam (1831-1887) who was appointed.

1pp


KA/IC/M59

1854 Apr

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

Manuscript petition from students of the College requesting the use of a room to hold a soiree for students from University College, London and other London Colleges.

1 item


KA/IC/M60

1855 Oct 17, 1855 Nov 3

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

Manuscript letter to the Secretary of King’s College London from William Allen Miller (1817-1870), Professor of Chemistry, regarding his election as a Fellow of King’s College London.

2pp


KA/IC/M61

1855

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the unsuccessful application of Maxwell Tylden Masters (1833-1907), botanist and journal editor, for the Chair of Botany.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M62

1856

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Frederick Denison Maurice (1805-1872), former Professor of Ecclesiastical History and English Literature and Modern History, asking for the fees owed to him by the College be transferred to the funds of King’s College Hospital; John Richardson Major (1797-1876), Headmaster of King’s College School, informing the College Council that Charles Underwood Dasent, Assistant Master, had possession of his former home and wished to take in his boarders; Alphonse Mariette, Lecturer of French Language and Literature, requesting permission to also hold the Chair of French Language and Literature at Queen’s College, London and thanking the College Council for appointing him to the Chair of French Language and Literature.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M63

1852-1856

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Charles Murchison (1830-1879) for the post of Assistant Surgeon at King’s College Hospital, including testimonials from John Hutton Balfour (1808-1884), botanist, Henry Spencer Smith (1812-1901), physician; Francis Sibbson (1814-1876), physician; Sir Edward Henry Sieveking (1816-1904); John Scott Burdon Sanderson (1828-1905), pathologist and physiologist; Hugh Falconer (1808-1865), palaeontologist and naturalist; Charles Handfield Jones (1819-1890), physician and histologist; James Alderson (1794-1882), physician; William Pulteney Alison (1790-1859), physician and social reformer; James Young Simpson (1811-1870), physician and obstetrician; Robert Christison (1797-1882), toxicologist and physician; Thomas Stewart Traill (1781-1862), physician and specialist in medical jurisprudence; James Miller (1812-1864), surgeon; Allen Thomson (1809-1884), anatomist and embryologist; William Tennant Gairdner (1784-1848), physician. Also includes an offprint Contributions to Morbid Growths by Charles Marchison (London, 1852).

63pp and 1 item


KA/IC/M64

1857 May 8

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

Typescript document ‘Copy of Memorial presented to the Council on Friday May 8 1857’ from the Professors of the Medical Department demanding action to improve the ‘depressed condition’ of the Department.

1 item


KA/IC/M65

1857

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the resignation of John Richardson Major, Assistant Master of King’s College School; John Lockhart Morton on the course of lectures he taught at the College on agricultural management; a petition from the staff of King’s College School opposing the tax on their wages to support the College. Also includes a letter regarding proposals for changes in the Military Department.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M66

1858

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including William Henry Monk (1823-1889), Director of the College Choir, thanking the College for appointing the College Organist and giving his opinion on College Council’s decision to discontinue daily services in the College Chapel; John Lockhart Morton presenting his book, The resources of estates: being a treatise on the agricultural improvement and general management of landed property (1858) to the College.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M67

1858 Jul 12-1863 Dec 10

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from Alexander Israel McCaul, Lecturer of Military Science, 1858-[1863] and the Lecturer of Divinity, 1858-[1863], regarding various topics including his appointment as the Lecturer of Military Science; the health of his father, Alexander McCaul (1799-1863), Professor of Hebrew and the Exegesis of the Old Testament and Ecclesiastical History; his successful application for the Lectureship of Hebrew and the Exegesis of the Old Testament.

6pp


KA/IC/M68

1861- 1862

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including a tender from George Myers for the refurbishment of the College Chapel; William Allen Miller (1817-1870), Professor of Chemistry regarding changes in his Department; James Clerk Maxwell, Professor of Natural Philosophy, regarding the printing of exam papers.

4pp


KA/IC/M69

1862 Jan 18, 1864 Jan 23-1865 Oct 6

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from William Henry Monk (1823-1889), Director of the College Choir and Organist, regarding various topics including the Choral Exhibitioners; the purchase of a new organ for the College Chapel.

26pp


KA/IC/M70

1862

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the successful application of Francis Mason (1837-1886) for the post of Assistant Surgeon at King’s College Hospital; J C C McCaul of the Civil Service Commission donating samples of different handwriting to the College; Alfred Meadows (1833-1887), Assistant Physician for the Care of Women and Children at King’s College Hospital, requesting the Council to allow him to be re-elected to the post; William Henry Monk (1823-1889), Director of the Choir, regarding the preparations for the College’s Christmas Concert.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M71

1863

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including John MacGregor, Captain of the London Scottish Rifle Volunteers, requesting permission to use a room in the College to hold a conference; John Richardson Major (1797-1876), Headmaster of King’s College School, regarding the condition of the food and service in the school dining room and the possible admission of Muslim pupils into the school; the successful application of Thomas Ansell Marshall for the post of Assistant Master at King’s College School; the resignation of Alfred Meadows (1833-1887), Assistant Physician for the Care of Women and Children at King’s College Hospital; E D Michael, Secretary of the 18th (King’s College) Company of Queen’s Westminster Rifle Volunteers, requesting extra funding; William Allen Miller (1817-1870), Professor of Chemistry, regarding the methods to appoint assistant surgeons and physicians at King’s College Hospital; William Henry Monk (1823-1889), Director of the Choir, regarding the position of the organ in the King’s College Chapel. Also includes applications for the Chair of Obstetrics Medicine.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M72

1863

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from James Clerk Maxwell (1831-1879), Professor of Natural Philosophy; and William Allen Miller (1817-1870), Professor of Chemistry.

6pp


KA/IC/M73

1864

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the successful application of Streynsham Mosley Master for the post of Assistant Master of King’s College School. Also includes a printed circular from William Henry Monk (1823-1889), Director of the Choir, publicizing a concert in aid of a fund to purchase a new organ for the College Chapel.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M74

1864 Jan 12 - 1864 Oct 21

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

Manuscript letter to the Secretary of King’s College London from William Allen Miller (1817-1870), Professor of Chemistry.

3pp


KA/IC/M75

1864 Apr 21-1866 Nov 15

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from George Frederick Maclear (1833-1902), Assistant Master of King’s College School, including his successful application for the post of Headmaster at the School.

20pp


KA/IC/M76

1864 Mar 2 -1865 Nov 3

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from John Richardson Major (1797-1876), Headmaster of King’s College School, including letters regarding the unofficial absence of Thomas Ansell Marshall, Assistant Master.

18pp


KA/IC/M77

1865

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including J J C McCaul, regarding the College Musical Society; Samuel McCaul, Evening Class Lecturer of the Civil Service Class, on the organisation and funding of his classes; Alexander Israel McCaul, Lecturer of Hebrew and the Exegesis of the Old Testament, resigning his evening class duties; the successful application of William McTurk for the post of Master of Fencing at King’s College School; E D Michael, Secretary of the 18th (King’s College) Company of Queen’s Westminster Rifle Volunteers, regarding the finances of the Company. Also includes letters regarding the resignation of Thomas Ansell Marshall, Assistant Master of King’s College School and applications for the post of Assistant Master at King’s College School.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M78

1865 May 8-1865 Dec 4

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from Henry Morley (1822-1894), Lecturer of English Language and Literature, including a letter requesting permission to also hold the Chair of English Language and Literature at University College London as well as the post he held at King’s.

3pp


KA/IC/M79

1866 Oct 16 -1867 Jul 27

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of George Frederick Maclear (1833-1902), Assistant Master of Kings’ College School, for the post of Headmaster of the School, including letters regarding his proposed reorganisation of the School.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M80

1866

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including John Richardson Major (1797-1876), Headmaster of King’s College School, regarding his retirement and thanking the College for proposing a memorial window in the Chapel in his honour; the Medical Committee requesting that the number of assistant posts at the Hospital be reduced; the resignation of George Everard Morphett, Writing and second Arithmetical Master at King’s College School. Also includes applications for the post of Writing and Arithmetical Master at King’s College School, including Alexander Hall who was appointed.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M81

1866 Jan 13 - 1868 Jul 10

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from John Richardson Major (1797-1876), Headmaster of King’s College School, on the administration of the School including letters recommending the introduction of class books by George Frederick Maclear, (1833-1902), Assistant Master at the School ([appointed Headmaster in 1866 on Major’s retirement); the formation of the Cricket Club; recommending the College provide something more substantial than cakes and buns for his pupils to eat during the school day; asking the College appoint a school master who was interested in sports; regarding his retirement and donating his portrait to the College presented to him by the school pupils; requesting the College provide him with a pension in light of his long service to the College.

39pp


KA/IC/M82

1866 Jan 6 -1868 Jul 2

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from William Allen Miller (1817-1870), Professor of Chemistry, including letters informing the College of the death of Edward Ash Hadow, Demonstrator of Chemistry; complaining about the inadequacy of the Chemical Laboratory; his proposals for changes to the methods of scientific teaching in the College; regarding the appointment of a new Demonstrator of Chemistry and his opinion of each of the applicants for the post, including James Thomson Bottomley MA (1845-1926) who was appointed.

10pp


KA/IC/M83

1867

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Benjamin Mayon, a student, suggesting a new colour for the College hood, enclosing a sample of the silk; Samuel McCaul, Evening Lecturer of the Civil Service Class, regarding the financial condition of the course and the Civil Service Musical Society. Also includes printed reports of the Medical Committee regarding the registrar posts at the King’s College Hospital and the curator posts at the College; the privileges of medical students at King’s College London, University College London and the University of Edinburgh.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M84

1864-1869 Apr 8

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Richard Morris for the post of Assistant Master at King’s College School, including his schoolmaster certificate from the Committee of the Privy Council on Education.

7pp


KA/IC/M85

1868

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Streynsham Mosley Master, Assistant Master of King’s College School, resigning his evening class duties; Alexander Israel McCaul, Professor of Latin, complaining that his classroom was occupied by ‘Applied Sciences men’; John J C McCaul regarding the Civil Service Musical Society. Also includes a printed list of prizewinners in the Medical Department.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M86

1866 Feb 21-1869 Jul 27

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from George MacDonald (1824-1905), regarding his work as the Lecturer of English Literature in the Evening Class Department.

9pp


KA/IC/M87

1869 Apr

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

Manuscript applications sent to the Secretary of King’s College London for the post of Assistant Master at King’s College School.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M88

1869 Nov 26 -1870 Feb

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

Manuscript and printed letter to the Secretary of King’s College London from N MacLeod, Secretary to Science and Art Department of the Committee on the Council of Education, South Kensington, regarding the Whitworth Exhibition (funded by Sir Joseph Whitworth (1803-1887) for students with a mechanical aptitude who wished to receive training in principles of pure and applied science.

3pp


KA/IC/M89

1869

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including John Richardson Major, former Headmaster of King’s College School (1797-1876), regarding his pension; the Metropolitan Board of Works certifying the College’s Dining room as a dangerous structure (in 1869 the entire roof of the dining hall collapsed, burying the College kitchen below and costing the College £1700 in repairs); William Allen Miller (1817-1870), Professor of Chemistry, informing the College of the appointment of Clement Higgins, Demonstrator of Chemistry.

7pp


KA/IC/M90

1869

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

Manuscript letters of application for the Chair of Mathematics sent to the Secretary of King’s College London.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M91

1869

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including George Frederick Maclear (1833-1902), Headmaster of King’s College School, regarding the provisions for Chemistry lectures at King’s College School and the dismissal of Thomas Oswald Cockayne (1809-1873), Assistant Master at King’s College School; the resignation of Streynsham Mosley Master, Assistant Master of King’s College School; Samuel McCaul, Evening Class Lecturer of the Civil Service Class, regarding the Civil Service Musical Society; William Henry Monk (1823-1889), Director of the College Choir, requesting permission to use his Psalter in the services in the College Chapel; Richard Morris, Assistant Master of King’s College School, accepting an appointment as English Lecturer in the Evening Class Department.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M92

1869

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

Manuscript letters of application for posts at King’s College School sent to the Secretary of King’s College London.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M93

1870

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including, George MacDonald (1824-1905) proposing to withdraw his son, Greville, from King’s College School after he had been removed from the College Choir; George Frederick Maclear (1833-1902), Headmaster of King’s College School, on issues surrounding his staff’s wages; Joseph Bickersteth Mayor, (1828-1916) thanking the College for appointing him Professor of Classical Literature; Alphonse Mariette, Professor of French Language and Literature, regarding his feelings on the political situation in France; Samuel McCaul, Evening Class Lecturer of the Civil Service Class regarding the Civil Service Musical Society.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M94

1867 Dec 3- 1870 May 6

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Joseph Bickersteth Mayor (1828-1916) for the Chair of Classical Literature, including testimonials from Henry John Roby (1830-1915), educational reformer; Edward Bickersteth (1814-1892), archdeacon of Buckingham; John Robert Seeley (1834-1895), historian; Henry Whitehead (1841-1917), headmaster of Shrewsbury School; Fenton John Anthony Hort (1828-1892), biblical scholar and theologian.

11pp


KA/IC/M95

1871

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including George Frederick Maclear (1833-1902), Headmaster of King’s College School, complaining about members of the public using the toilets in the School; John Richardson Major (1797-1876), former headmaster of King’s College School, regarding the death of his son John Richardson Major, former Assistant Master at the School; Henry C Manning, Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster, requesting that a Catholic priest be permitted to visit patients at King’s College Hospital outside normal visiting hours; William Marshall, Lecturer of Surveying and Land Levelling, regarding his duties and wages; the resignation of Samuel McCaul, Evening Class Lecturer of the Civil Service Class; the resignation of John Rickards Mozley, Lecturer of Classical Literature and Modern History.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M96

1871

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

Manuscript letters of application for posts at King’s College School sent to the Secretary of King’s College London.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M97

1871 Jan 8- 1871 Mar 4

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding a loan taken out by John Richardson Major (1797-1876), former Headmaster of King’s College School, from the Sovereign Life Assurance Company.

9pp


KA/IC/M98

1872

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including George Frederick Maclear (1833-1902), Headmaster of King’s College School, requesting permission to reduce class sizes and regarding Chemistry teaching at the School and the death of Charles Hamlet Cunningham, Assistant Master of King’s College School; C E Maurice, son of Frederick Dennison Maurice (1805-1872), requesting information from the College to write a biography of his father; William Henry Monk (1823-1889), Director of the Choir, regarding his wages; S M Mayhew regarding the British Archaeological Association, enclosing an annual report of the Society.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M99

1873 Feb -1873 Apr

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

Manuscript letters of application for posts at King’s College School sent to the Secretary of King’s College London.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M100

1873 Nov -1873 Dec

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

Manuscript letters of application for posts at King’s College School sent to the Secretary of King’s College London.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M101

1873

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including George MacDonald (1824-1905) requesting permission to temporarily remove his son, Greville MaDonald (1856-1944), from the King’s College School to join him on his tour of the USA; George Frederick Maclear (1833-1902), Headmaster of King’s College School, regarding the wages of William Hayes, Assistant Master at the School, the school service in the Chapel and the appointment of Alexandre Louis Dupuis as a replacement for Ernest Chaveau de Natoye, Assistant French Master; Joseph Bickersteth Mayor (1828-1916), Professor of Classical Literature, on the refurbishment of the student’s Common Room; William Henry Monk (1823-1889), Director of the Choir, regarding the proposed ventilation in the Chapel and requesting the employment of a man, instead of a woman, to clean the Chapel and a ‘blower’ for the Organ. Also includes a list of temporary appointments at King’s College Hospital.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M102

1873

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

Bills and expenses relating to ‘British Medical Association’ (possibly for a conference held at the College).

1 bundle


KA/IC/M103

1874

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Don Jose De Santa Maria, Spanish Evening Class Lecturer, requesting leave due to illness; H M Mathison regarding the formation of a College of Engineering in Japan; Joseph Bickersteth Mayor (1828-1916), Professor of Classical Literature, on the refurbishment of the student’s Common Room; the unsuccessful application of Peter Goldsmith Medd (1829-1908), ecclesiastical historian, for the Chair of Ecclesiastical History; William Henry Monk (1823-1889), Director of the Choir, thanking the College Council for appointing him to the Chair of Vocal Music and proposing the formation of a musical association to discuss musical science.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M104

1863 Sept 17 -1874 Dec 19

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Charles Maxted for the post of Arithmetic and Writing Master at King’s College School, including samples of his writing and a printed music sheet Hymns selected from the Hymnal Companion set to music by Maxted.

10pp and 1 item


KA/IC/M105

1874 Nov 6 -1874 Nov 10

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

Manuscript testimonials supporting the application of Charles Morris for an unknown manual post at the College.

4pp


KA/IC/M106

1873 Jul, 1874 Jul

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the suspension of Herbert William McLeod, King’s College School pupil, after he was absent from school on his birthday. Also includes certificates of the requirement of the applicants for the Warnford Scholarship, 1873.

6pp


KA/IC/M107

1875

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including George Frederick Maclear (1833-1902), Headmaster of King’s College School, regarding recent appointments at the School and the resignation of Richard Morris, Assistant Master; T Hunter Menzies requesting donations to erect a statue of Dr David Livingstone (1813-1873) in Edinburgh; Frederick D Miller regarding the death of George Augustus Timme, Curator of the George III Museum; Henry Morley (1822-1894), former English Lecturer, thanking the College Council for electing him an Honorary Fellow of the College; the resignation of Richard Morris, Assistant Master at King’s College School. Also includes papers regarding the Medical Department including the resignation of Samuel Cartwright, Professor of Dental Surgery and his replacement Samuel Hamilton Cartwright.

1 bundle


KA/IC/M108

1875 May 13-1875 Jun 17

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Theodore Hastings Morris, student of King’s College London, for the Worsley Scholarship, founded by Major General Sir Henry Worsley (1768-1841), army officer in the East India Company, in 1834, to fund the education of missionaries to India.

10pp


KA/IC/M109

1876 Feb - 1876 Mar

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

Manuscript letters of application for posts at King’s College School sent to the Secretary of King’s College London.

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KA/IC/M110

1876

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including George Fredrick Maclear (1833-1902), Headmaster of King’s College School, regarding the death of Robert Randolph Judd, Assistant Master of the School; Amy Major regarding the death of her father, John Richardson Major (1797-1876), former Headmaster of King’s College School; Maple & Co, furnishers, regarding furnishings bought by the College; C E Maurice, requesting permission to look at the College correspondence for a biography of his father, Frederick Denison Maurice (1805-1872), former Professor of Ecclesiastical History; Norman McLeod, Secretary South Kensington Museum, requesting the loan of scientific apparatus for an exhibition.

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KA/IC/M111

1877

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including George Frederick Maclear (1833-1902), Headmaster of King’s College School, regarding the death of Johann Scheider, Assistant German Master and the illness of Thomas Sampson Carte, Assistant Master at the School; E Malcolm removing her son from the School due to her husband’s death in a railway accident; Joseph Bickersteth Mayor (1828-1916), Professor of Classic Literature, requesting his duties be limited to spend more time on his literary work; Alphonse Mariette, Professor of French Language and Literature, regarding the payment of his income tax.

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KA/IC/M112

1878

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including George Frederick Maclear (1833-1902), Headmaster of King’s College School, regarding the poor health of Francis Bartlett Proctor, Writing and Second Arithmetical Master and Robert Anthony Sigismund Teutschel, Assistant German Master, and the diminished size of the Lower School; P H Meade informing the College Council of the Secretary of State for the Colonies decision that all candidates for the Hong Kong Civil Service will attend Chinese lectures at the College; William Henry Monk (1823-1889), Professor of Vocal Music, on the organ in the College chapel. Also includes letters regarding lectures given by H D McLeod on Credit and banking and a printed circular regarding the Middle Temple Scholarships.

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KA/IC/M113

1879

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including George Frederick Maclear (1833-1902), Headmaster of King’s College School, regarding the retirement of William Hayes, Assistant Master at the School, the return of Francis Bartlett Proctor, Writing and Second Arithmetical Master, the appointment of a new drawing master, and the small size of the classrooms; Alphonse Mariette, Professor of French Language and Literature, informing the College of the death of Napoléon Eugène, Prince Imperial, son of Napoleon III of France who attended a course of lectures at the College, and requesting leave due to his bad health; the resignation of Joseph Bickersteth Mayor (1828-1916), Professor of Classical Literature, to dedicate more time to literary work; James Meldrum offering to sell to the College a portrait of William Ewart Gladstone (1809-1898), Prime Minister, by Tavernor Knott; William Henry Monk (1823-1889), Professor of Vocal Music, regarding the formation of an evening class on harmony and requesting the College purchase an engine to power the bellows of the Chapel organ; Theodore Hastings Morris, Worsley Scholar, resigning his Scholarship due to ill health. Also includes a report of the Medical Board into the Chair of Comparative Anatomy and a report of the Museum Committee.

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KA/IC/M114

1880

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the resignation of George Frederick Maclear (1833-1902), Headmaster of King’s College School; J Mann of the Philosophical Society, requesting permission to borrow Charles Wheatstone’s electromagnetic machines from the College for an exhibition at the Society on utilization of gas and electricity; Maple & co, carpet manufacturers and upholsterers, enclosing a sample of cloth ordered by the College; the successful application of Valentine Matthews for the post of Sambrooke Surgical Registrar at King’s College Hospital; Miss O’Mahony requesting information on the College’s lectures for ladies; Malcolm MacDonald McHardy (1852-1913), Professor of Ophthalmology, thanking the Council for his appointment; William Henry Monk (1823-1889), Professor of Vocal Music, on his lectures for ladies. Also includes a list of the members of the College Medical Society.

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KA/IC/M115

1879 Oct 30-1880 June 10

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Alfred Williams Momerie (1848-1900), for the Chair of Mental and Moral Philosophy, including a testimonial from Alfred Marshall (1842-1924), Principal of University College, Bristol; extracts from reviews on Momerie’s writings Personality and The Origin of Evil and other Sermons.

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KA/IC/M116

1852 - 1880 Feb 7

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Malcolm MacDonald McHardy (1852-1913) for the post of Professor of Ophthalmology and Ophthalmic Surgeon at King’s College Hospital, including a certificate of his baptism; testimonials from Edward Nettleship (1845-1913), ophthalmic surgeon; Timothy Holmes (1825-1907), Surgeon; Sir Prescott Hewett (1812-1891), Surgeon.

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KA/IC/M117

1880

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

Postcards sent to the Secretary of King’s College London mainly requesting prospectuses.

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KA/IC/M118

1881

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

Manuscript applications sent to the Secretary of King’s College London for the Chair of Mathematics, including the successful application of William Henry Hoar Hudson (1838-1915).

30pp


KA/IC/M119

1881

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Charles Coleridge Mackarness (1852-1919), Lecturer of Exegesis of New Testament and Pastoral Theology, resigning the posts of Censor and Chaplain; Samuel McCaul regarding the end of the Civil Service Music Society; William Henry Monk (1823-1889), Professor of Vocal Music, regarding Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee Service at Westminster Abbey.

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KA/IC/M120

1882 Jun-1882 Jul

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

Manuscript applications for posts at King’s College School sent to the Secretary of King’s College London.

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KA/IC/M121

1882

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the resignation of Charles Coleridge Mackarness (1852-1919), Lecturer of Pastoral Theology and Exegesis of New Testament; Malcolm MacDonald McHardy (1852-1913), Professor of Ophthalmology and Ophthalmic Surgeon at King’s College Hospital, requesting if he could dispense with the services of a house surgeon in the Ophthalmic wards. Also includes a list of the costs of alterations to the Metallurgy Department.

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KA/IC/M122

1883

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Alphonse Mariette, Professor of French Language and Literature, regarding the death of Valerio Pistrucci, Professor of Italian Language and Literature, after falling from an omnibus; Markwald & Co, fishmongers, offering the College their exhibition from the International Fisheries Exhibition; the resignation of Joseph Bickersteth Mayor (1828-1916), Professor of Moral Philosophy; the Director of the Mission Egyptienne en France regarding the health of Mr Sidkey, who was employed by the College; William Henry Monk (1823-1889), Professor of Vocal Music, regarding his fees for organ lessons; Walter Jennings Milles (1854-1914), ophthalmic surgeon, proposing a brass tablet be erected in memory of fellow former student C B Lewis, who died of cholera whilst serving with the ‘army of occupation’ in Egypt.

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KA/IC/M123

1884

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Ernest Mariette regarding the College Football Club.

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KA/IC/M124

1884

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the Medical department including applications for the Chair of Materia Medica; Edwin Holthouse regarding his appointment as the Sambrooke Surgical Registrar at King’s College Hospital; details of a revised scheme for the duties of the House Surgeons, Senior Dressers and Accident Dresser at King’s College Hospital.

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KA/IC/M125

1881 Feb 10-1882 Apr 4

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from various staff members regarding the College’s possible purchase of a ‘testing machine’ for the College Workshop employed to measure the resistance of substances to different kinds of strain.

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KA/IC/M126

1885

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

Manuscript applications to the Secretary of King’s College London for the post of Master of the University of London Matriculation Class in King’s College School.

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KA/IC/M127

1885

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Jeremiah Head, President of The Institution of Mechanical Engineers, representing a copy of the proceedings of the Institution for the College Library; T Moss MacDonald, Secretary of King’s College Hospital, on the use of a fixed dietary system in the Hospital wards; the resignation of Alphonse Mariette, Professor of French Language and Literature; Walter George McMillian, Demonstrator of Metallurgy, regarding the King’s College School Old Boys’ Club; William Henry Monk (1823-1889), Professor of Vocal Music, regarding the formation of the King’s College Ladies Department.

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KA/IC/M128

1885 Nov 7

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

Manuscript letter to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Louis Martin Moriarty for the Chair of French Language and Literature.

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KA/IC/M129

1886 Feb 10 - 1886 Apr 19

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the purchase of a dynamo machine for the Electrical Engineering Laboratory, including a petition from students and an estimate of the costs for installing the machine.

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KA/IC/M130

1886

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Macey & Sons, builders, regarding alterations in the kitchen of King’s College Hospital; Walter George McMillian, Demonstrator of Metallurgy, regarding the King’s College School Old Boys’ Club; William Henry Monk (1823-1889), Professor of Vocal Music, informing the College Council of the death of Charles Flatman Frye, Assistant director of the College choir, and complaining about the poor condition of the blowing engine on the organ in the Chapel.

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KA/IC/M131

1887

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

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

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KA/IC/M132

1888

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the resignation of Wyndham Monson Madden, Assistant Mathematical Master at King’s College School.

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KA/IC/M133

1889 Jul 24 - 1891Jun 26

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from Alfred Williams Momerie (1848-1900), Professor of Mental and Moral Philosophy, regarding his dismissal from the College due to the extremity of his views and violence of his language, including a printed flyer for a lecture by Momerie entitled ‘The Corruption of the Church’.

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KA/IC/M134

1889

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Hope Isidora Monk, regarding the death of her husband, William Henry Monk (1823-1889), Professor of Vocal Music; the resignation of Louis Martin Moriarty, Professor of French Language and Literature. Also includes a list of candidates for the post of Master of the Commercial Division at King’s College School.

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KA/IC/M135

1889

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding applications for the Chair of Forensic Medicine, including the applications of Forbes Benignus Winslow (1810-1874), psychiatrist, and William Robert Smith who was appointed to the post.

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KA/IC/M136

1890

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

Manuscript applications to the Secretary of King’s College London for the post of Master of the Normal Division at King’s College School.

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KA/IC/M137

1890 Jul 11

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

Manuscript letter to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the unsuccessful application of John Morris for the post of College Librarian.

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KA/IC/M138

1890

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including letters regarding Lester Thomas Mitchell who was practicing medicine in the US with a forged King’s College London diploma.

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KA/IC/M139

1891

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Edgar Thomas Marsh, Master of the Commercial Division of King’s College School, thanking the Council for his appointment.

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KA/IC/M140

1891 Jul 22

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Edgar Thomas Marsh for the post of Master of the Commercial Division of King’s College School.

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KA/IC/M141

1891 Nov 29-1891 Dec 15

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Alexander Edward Monro for the Lectureship of Mathematics, including testimonials from his uncle David Binning Monro (1836-1905), classical scholar, and John Hall Gladstone (1827-1902), physical chemist.

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KA/IC/M142

1891

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding applications for the Lectureship of Mathematics, including the application of Alexander Edward Monro, who was appointed to the post.

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KA/IC/M143

1891 Apr 13

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

Manuscript testimonial by Alfred Marshall, (1842-1924), Professor of Political Economy, University of Cambridge, for the successful application of William Cunningham, (1849-1919)for the Tooke Chair of Economic Sciences and Statistics.

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KA/IC/M144

1892

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the resignation of Edgar Thomas Marsh, Master of the Commercial Division of King’s College School; Walter George McMillian, former Demonstrator of Metallurgy, giving his opinion on the proposed ‘Albert University’.

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KA/IC/M145

1892 Dec 30-1893 Jan 4

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Greville MacDonald (1856-1944) for the Lectureship of the Diseases of the Throat and Nose and the post of Assistant Physician for the Diseases of the Throat at King’s College Hospital, including testimonials from Sir Jonathon Hutchinson (1828-1913), surgeon and Sir Felix Semon (1849-1921), laryngologist.

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KA/IC/M146

1893 Nov -1893 Dec

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Robert Arthur Poole Davison, Demonstrator of Metallurgy, giving the names of the students working in the Metallurgical Laboratory; the resignation of Alexander Edward Monro, Lecturer of Mathematics; the resignation of Charles Moss, anaesthetist at King’s College Hospital. Also includes an estimate from J & F May, engineers and contractors, for work to be carried out in the new College premises at Waterloo Road, (Civil Service Department).

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KA/IC/M147

1893

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

Manuscript and typescript applications to the Secretary of King’s College London for a lectureship in Mathematics.

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KA/IC/M148

1894 Jul 31- 1894 Sep 14

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Cresacre G Moor for the post of Demonstrator in the State Medicine Laboratory. Also includes the resignation of George Neville Huntley, the former Demonstrator.

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KA/IC/M149

1893-1894

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Capt. Upton informing the College of desperate financial situation of Pryce A Major, the only surviving son of John Richardson Major (1797-1876), former Headmaster of King’s College School; Metropolitan Asylums board, regarding the provision of a Bacteriology Board; Margaret A Milman regarding the donation of her father’s books to the College library (probably Henry Hart Milman, member of the College Council who died in 1868); Cresacre George Moor, Demonstrator in the State Medical Laboratory, thanking the Council for his appointment. Also includes a petition by the Medical Students calling for improvement to be made to the College’s water closets and a petition by the Assistant Master of King’s College School objecting to the high income tax placed on their wages.

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KA/IC/M150

1894-1895

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding Georgina Mallet and her non-payment of the School fees for her son, Percy George Mallet, a pupil at King’s College School.

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KA/IC/M151

1895

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the reports of the Medical Board and letters from the College Medical Society.

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KA/IC/M152

1895 Oct

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding a scholarship by the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge awarded to J S Peake to train as a medical missionary.

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KA/IC/M153

[1903]-1905

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including John Wesley Hales, Professor of English Language and Literature, regarding his retirement; Greville MacDonald (1856-1944), Professor of Laryngology, regarding a course of lectures on ‘The Law of Beauty’ to be delivered by him at the College; the Mazawattee Tea Co. Ltd providing their opinion on Frank A Gregory (possibly for a position at the College).

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KA/IC/M154

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 M

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including John Miller Ltd, stationers, enclosing samples of blotting papers.

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KA/IC/M155

1913-1915

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including P T Mackerton, Secretary of the Central Charities Commission of the Constitutional Club, requesting the College provide temporary employment for Belgian refugees; Matthews, Wrightson & Co. Ltd, insurance brokers, regarding the College’s insurance policy against damage caused by bombs and missiles from aircraft; Sidney Morton of the Kensington “War Hospital Supply depot’ regarding his use of 13 Kensington Square, (formerly the Ladies Department of King’s College London).

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KA/IC/M156

1915

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Margaret J Maynard, student, deferring her course until after the war, due to zeppelin attacks on London.

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KA/IC/M157

1916

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including A Moniz, Director of the Pioneer Commercial College, Lahore, Pakistan, regarding the possibility of King’s advertising at his College.

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KA/IC/M158

1917-1919

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including J C McWalter, regarding the possible admission of members of the armed forces into the Evening Class Department.

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