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

KA/IC/R1-90

Secretary’s in-correspondence from correspondents with surnames or on topics beginning with the letter R, 1828-1917


KA/IC/R1

1828

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including an anonymous letter from ‘Rugbiensis’ suggesting the proposed College should be built in the Inner Circle area of Regent’s Park.

3pp


KA/IC/R2

1829

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Captain William Ronald of the HM Observatory, Cape of Good Hope, South Africa, giving his reasons for becoming a subscriber to the College.

4pp


KA/IC/R3

1830

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Francis Henry Ramsbotham (1801-1868), obstetrician, donating to the College Library notes on cases which had occurred in the eastern district of the Royal Maternity Charity; James Rennie (1787-1867), Professor of Natural History, thanking the College for his appointment; George Roberts requesting permission to dedicate his Latin Grammar to the College.

9pp


KA/IC/R4

1831

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including John Radford & Son forwarding samples of gowns worn by professors at Cambridge University; James Rennie (1787-1867), Professor of Natural History, supporting the admission of women to lectures at the College, citing examples of Colleges who admitted women to their lectures; Renshaw & Rush, Booksellers and publishers, offering to supply medical books to the College; Frederick Bolingbroke Ribbans, later appointed Landscape Drawing Master at King’s College School, regarding his terms for teaching drawing; Captain William Ronald donating specimens collected from the Cape of Good Hope, South Africa, to the College; the Royal Society requesting permission to use the eastern terrace of Somerset House as a meteorological observatory.

19pp


KA/IC/R5

1832

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the Royal Asiatic Society presenting a mummy to the College; William Ryan and William Dobson informing the College why they removed the remaining ‘decaying wall’ of 161 and 162 Strand without the College’s permission (161 and 162 Strand were demolished by the College in 1829 to make an entrance to the College site).

10pp


KA/IC/R6

1832-1833

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

Two printed catalogues of the Fellows, Candidates and Licentiates of the Royal College of Physicians sent to the Secretary of King’s College London.

2 items


KA/IC/R7

1833

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Edward Read offering a collection of fishes, shells and coral to the College; James Rennie (1787-1867), Professor of Natural history, presenting the College with printed copies of his lectures and informing the College that he had been cleared the charges of piracy made against him (John Curtis (1791-1862), entomologist, brought a lawsuit against Rennie claiming that his Conspectus of British butterflies and moths infringed his copyright). Also includes a petition from students of the Medical Department requesting postponement of payment for an instalment in their tuition fees.

14pp


KA/IC/R8

1832-1836

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Canon Rogers presenting books to the College Library; John Forbes Royle (1798-1858), Professor of Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, on his introductory lectures. Also includes a draft of the College Library’s reading regulations.

1 bundle


KA/IC/R9

1834

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Francis H Ramage refusing to continue to pay his subscription for shares in the College due to the poor condition of the Medical Department.

4pp


KA/IC/R10

1835 Dec 5- 1836 Feb 6

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from Giuseppi Rossi’s requesting the return of his testimonials for his unsuccessful application for the Chair of Italian Language and Literature.

3pp


KA/IC/R11

1835

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London relating to the application of John Montague Randall for the first 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).

5pp


KA/IC/R12

1836

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from Hugh James Rose (1795-1838), Principal, including a draft of advertisement for posts at King’s College School, Nassau, Bahamas.

3pp


KA/IC/R13

1837

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London mainly from Hugh James Rose (1795-1838), Principal, regarding the administration of the College including the appointment of College servants; the livery of the clerical and domestic staff at the College; the regulations for residential students. Also includes letters from Frederick Bolingbroke Ribbans (1800-1883), Arithmetic and Writing Master, and William Allsup, Assistant Arithmetic and Writing Master at King’s College School, giving their opinions on the proposals for the Mathematical Master at the School to be paid from the fees they received.

21pp


KA/IC/R14

1837-1839

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the resignation of Frederick Bolingbroke Ribbans (1800-1883), Arithmetic and Writing Master at King’s College School after being accused of fraud.

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KA/IC/R15

1838

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London mainly from Hugh James Rose (1795-1838), Principal, regarding various topics including the proposals for students in the Civil Engineering being required to attend the Chapel and regulations for resident students.

6pp


KA/IC/R16

1839-1840

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including George and John Rennie, Civil Engineers, giving permission for Civil Engineering students to visit their works; the successful application of Edward Holroyd Roberts for the post of Assistant Master of Arithmetic and Writing at King’s College School; Ann Rose, wife of Hugh James Rose (1795-1838), former Principal, stating which furniture in the Principal’s residence belonged to her husband; J W Rumsey requesting permission to take in boarders; the unsuccessful application of John Rutherford Alcock (1809-1897), diplomatist, for the Chair of Surgery; John Montague Randall, Worsley Scholar, resigning his scholarship due to ill health.

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KA/IC/R17

1841-1842

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Henry Charles Angelo (1780-1852), Professor of Fencing, requesting that his son, Henry Charles Angelo, be recognised as the joint Professor of Fencing. Also includes a draft of the annual report of College Council given at the annual meeting of the General Court, 1842.

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KA/IC/R18

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 R

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the resignation of Edward Holroyd Roberts, Assistant Arithmetic and Writing Master at King’s College School. Also includes drafts of the annual reports of College Council to be submitted to the annual meeting of General Court, 1843-1844.

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KA/IC/R19

1843 Mar 29

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

Manuscript letter to the Secretary of King’s College London from Gabriele Rossetti (1783-1854), Professor of Italian Language and Literature, requesting a leave of absence due to illness.

1pp


KA/IC/R20

1845 Nov 6

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

Printed and manuscript examination certificate from the Royal Military College, Sandhurst, for Capt. William Walker, who was appointed the Professor of Military Science in 1849.

1pp


KA/IC/R21

1845

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

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

1 bundle


KA/IC/R22

1846

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

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

1 bundle


KA/IC/R23

1848

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including George Granville Waldergrave, Baron Radstock (1786-1857), accepting a seat on College Council; John Forbes Royle (1798-1858), Professor of Materia Medica, regarding a collection of fossils donated to the College.

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KA/IC/R24

1849

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London George Rust, Assistant Master at King’s College School, thanking the College for his appointment and requesting permission to take in boarders.

1 bundle


KA/IC/R25

1850

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

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

1 bundle


KA/IC/R26

1851

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the successful application and resignation of George Kettilby Rickards (1812-1889) for the Chair of English Law and Jurisprudence.

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KA/IC/R27

1852

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Jane Smith Russell asking for financial support from the College for the rebuilding fund of Dunlewey Church, County Donegal in memory of her husband James Russell.

1 bundle


KA/IC/R28

1853

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

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

1 bundle


KA/IC/R29

1854

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including J Rock enclosing a printed pamphlet A Memorandum respecting Clinical Instruction at King’s College Hospital criticizing the Hospital.

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KA/IC/R30

1855

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including William Raimondi, Office Manager of the St Clement Danes Holborn Estate Charity, complaining that the new College buildings blocked the light coming into his offices on Surrey Street; Henry Roberts of the War Office calling for medical students to join the army; James Rose, Principal of The Southern Academy, Glasgow, requesting his college 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); John Forbes Royle (1798-1858), Professor of Materia Medica requesting permission for his assistant, Dr Headland, to take his lectures due to the demands of his duties at the Office of the India Company.

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KA/IC/R31

1856

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

Manuscript and printed papers sent to the Secretary of King’s College London consisting of papers regarding the opinions of ‘Mr Bennett’ on whether the College should pay paving rates under the Paving Act, 1817.

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KA/IC/R32

1856

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Alfred M Randall informing College Council of the changes to the regulations for examinations by the Royal College of Surgeons; the resignation of John Forbes Royle (1798-1858), Professor of Materia Medica.

1 bundle


KA/IC/R33

1857

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the unsuccessful application of Almaric Rumsey ([1826-1899]) for a Mathematical Lectureship (later appointed Professor of Indian Jurisprudence in 1879).

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KA/IC/R34

1858

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Granville Augustus William Waldegrave, third Lord Radstock (1833-1913), regarding the death of his father, George Granville Waldegrave, second Baron Radstock (1786-1857), a member of College Council; Thomas Robinson, the Master of the Temple, accepting a seat on College Council.

1 bundle


KA/IC/R35

1862

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the unsuccessful application of A G Reid for the Chair of Hindustani, including an article by Reid Which way; or an exposition of the practical effect of error in faith and the absence of general communion amongst Christians.

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KA/IC/R36

1863

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including A S Richards, Clerk of the College Finance Committee, on a dispute between the manual staff over the dusting of books.

1 bundle


KA/IC/R37

1864

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the resignation of Reinhold Röst (1822-1896), Professor of Arabic Language and Literature.

1 bundle


KA/IC/R38

1865

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Willoughby Raimondi (1800-1885), manager of St Clement Danes Charity, complaining about the unacceptable behaviour of the College’s students; John Rae informing the College of the debts of Robert Day, College chimney sweep; Reinhold Röst (1822-1896), former Professor of Arabic Language and Literature, giving his reasons for leaving the College.

1 bundle


KA/IC/R39

1866

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

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

1 bundle


KA/IC/R40

1867

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including George Ricks of the Church Schoolmasters and Schoolmistresses Metropolitan Choral Society requesting the use of the a room in the College for a conference.

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KA/IC/R41

1868

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the unsuccessful application of George Rawlinson (1812-1902), historian, for the post of Principal; George Rust (1819-1874), Assistant Master of King’s College School, thanking College Council for appointing him the Master of the Lower Division.

1 bundle


KA/IC/R42

1869

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the resignation of Anselmo José Da Costa Ricci (1821-1903), Portuguese Evening Class Lecturer; Reinhold Röst, (1822-1896), Professor of Sanscrit Language and Literature, thanking College Council for his appointment; George Rust (1819-1874), Assistant Master of King’s College School, making suggestions for management of the new dining room; an anonymous letter from ‘CJNR’, complaining about the dangerous condition of the outdoor water closets at the College.

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KA/IC/R43

1869 Apr 17 -1869 Nov 21

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of William Rutherford (1839-1899) for the Chair of Physiology, including testimonials from John Hughes Bennett (1812-1875), physician and physiologist; Sir James Young Simpson, first baronet (1811-1870), physician and obstetrician; John Hutton Balfour (1808-1884), botanist; John Struthers (1823-1899), anatomist and medical reformer; James Spence (1812-1882), surgeon; Arthur Gamgee (1841-1909), physiologist; Patrick Heron Watson (1832-1907), surgeon; Thomas Grainger Stewart (1837-1900), physician; William Rutherford Sanders (1828-1881), physiologist; Douglas Argyll Robertson (1837-1909); John Scott Burdon Sanderson (1828-1905), physiologist; Alexander Dickson (1836-1887), botanist; James Matthews Duncan (1826-1890), obstetric physician; James Syme (1799-1870), surgeon.

27pp


KA/IC/R44

1870

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

Manuscript and printed letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the unsuccessful application of James Smith Reid (1846-1926), classical scholar, for the Chair of Classical Literature; George Rust (1819-1874), Master of the Lower Department of King’s College School, regarding his wages; William Rutherford (1839-1899), Professor of Physiology, demanding more funding for his course.

1 bundle


KA/IC/R45

1848-1871Jul 5

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

Manuscript and typescript letters in English and German to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Gustav Adolph Reinicke ([1831]-1919) for the post of German Master at King’s College School.

8pp and 1 item


KA/IC/R46

1871

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

Manuscript and typescript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the successful application of Gustav Adolph Reinicke ([1831]-1919) for the post of German Master at King’s College School; C Rennick, Secretary of the College Union Society, enclosing a list of the rules the Society; the resignation of A S Richards, Clerk of the Finance Committee, George Kettilby Rickards (1812-1889), former Professor of English Law and Jurisprudence, accepting a seat on College Council; George Russell, Secretary of the HM Office of Works, informing College Council of the danger of people going on the terrace or roof of the College to watch processions pass the building; George Rust (1819-1874), Master of the Lower Department of King’s College School, regarding the equipment required by Ramon Castellote ([1843]-1931), Gymnasium Master; William Rutherford (1812-1889), Professor of Physiology, on the Physiology Laboratory.

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KA/IC/R47

1871 Mar 21

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

Manuscript and printed letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Vincent Charles Reynell Reynell (1848-1929) for an Assistant Master Post at King’s College School.

3pp


KA/IC/R48

1872

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including William Rutherford (1812-1889), Professor of Physiology, on the physiology Laboratory.

1 bundle


KA/IC/R49

1873 Nov 17

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of William Harvey Ross for the post of Clerk of the Workshop.

3pp


KA/IC/R50

1873

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including George Rust (1819-1874), Master of the Lower Department of King’s College, regarding the wages of the school porter; William Rutherford (1812-1889), Professor of Physiology, on the Physiology Laboratory.

1 bundle


KA/IC/R51

1874 Mar 26 -1874 Apr 9

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

Manuscript and printed letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of William Rutherford (1812-1889), Professor of Physiology, for the post of Assistant Physician at King’s College Hospital (Rutherford resigned the post in the same year, see KA/IC/R52).

7pp


KA/IC/R52

1874

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

Manuscript and printed letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including G Ramsey of the Phoenix Fire Office regarding insurance policy of the College Chapel; the resignation of James Craigie Robertson (1813-1882), Professor of Ecclesiastical History; Emily M Rust regarding the death of her husband, George Rust (1819-1874), Master of the Lower Division of King’s College School; the resignation of William Rutherford (1812-1889), Professor of Physiology and Assistant Physician at King’s College Hospital (see KA/IC/R51).

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KA/IC/R53

1875

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

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

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KA/IC/R54

1876 Apr 7

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from the James Blyth, Secretary of the Royal Free Hospital supporting the successful application of William Rose (1847-1910) for the post of Assistant Surgeon at King’s College Hospital.

2pp


KA/IC/R55

1876 Apr 21-1876 Dec 8

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

Manuscript and printed letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of William Beauclerk Robinson (1848-1932) for the post of Assistant Master at King’s College School.

4pp


KA/IC/R56

1876

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the successful application of William Beauclerk Robinson (1848-1932) for the post of Assistant Master at King’s College School; the successful application of William Rose (1847-1910) for the post of Assistant Surgeon at King’s College Hospital.

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KA/IC/R57

1877

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

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

1 bundle


KA/IC/R58

1878

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including George Raymond, Superintendent of the Boys’ Home, regarding the College’s order of firewood, including a price list of products manufactured by the Boys’ Home; the resignation of Vincent Charles Reynell Reynell (1848-1929), Assistant Master of King’s College School; Owen Roberts, Clerk to the Clothworkers’ Company informing College Council of the new prizes offered by the Company for Evening Class Students.

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KA/IC/R59

1879

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including George Raymond, Superintendent of the Boys’ Home, regarding the College’s order of firewood, including a price list of products manufactured by the Boys’ Home; resignation of Reinhold Röst (1822-1896), Professor of Sanscrit Language and Literature, due to lack of demand for his course; the successful application of Almeric Rumsey for the Chair of Indian Jurisprudence.

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KA/IC/R60

1880

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

Manuscript and typescript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Gustav Adolph Reinicke ([1831]-1917) German Master at King’s College School, regarding his wages; Mrs Reynolds regarding her intention to carry on her late husbands’ business and supply refreshments to the College and on complaints about her pastries.

1 bundle


KA/IC/R61

1880

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding funds received in 1872 which had not been paid into the College accounts by A S Richards, former clerk of the College Finance Committee.

8pp


KA/IC/R62

1880, 1899

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

Manuscript and typescript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of Henry Robinson (1837-1915) for the Chair of Land Surveying and Levelling. Also includes a letter requesting the return of his testimonials, 1899.

9pp


KA/IC/R63

1881

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Mr Rogario informing College Council he was removing his son from King’s College School due to bullying; W Ruck of the Grocers’ Company regarding their donation for the proposed Women’s Department; J Rusby informing College Council of his son’s complaint about the poor quality of food served in the dining room. Also includes a testimonial from James Craigie Robertson (1813-1882), former Professor of Ecclesiastical History, in support of the successful application of George Herbert Curteis (1829-1894), for the Chair of the Exegesis of the New Testament.

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KA/IC/R64

1882

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

Manuscript and typescript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including William Beauclerk Robinson (1848-1932), Assistant Master of King’s College School, complaining about the College’s assessment of his wages.

1 bundle


KA/IC/R65

1883

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

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

1 bundle


KA/IC/R66

1884

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including a printed pamphlet A brief statement of the origin, object and character of the Royal Naval Female School.

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KA/IC/R67

1885

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including G M Robinson, Treasurer of the King’s College School Old Boys’ Club, requesting permission to use the Great Hall to hold a benefit in aid of King’s College Hospital; Emily M Rust, widow of George Rust (1819-1874), Master of the Lower Division of King’s College School, informing College Council that she was unable to accept any more boarders.

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KA/IC/R68

1886

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Frederick Reeves complaining about the condition of his brother’s school uniform.

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KA/IC/R69

1886

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

Manuscript report sent to the Secretary of King’s College London by Professor Henry Robinson (1837-1915) giving his opinion of potential candidates for the post of Professor of Geometrical, Engineering and Architectural Drawing, including Frederick Edward Hulme (1841-1909) who was appointed.

6pp


KA/IC/R70

1887

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Henry Robinson (1837-1915), Professor of Civil Engineering, on the death of Charles Loudon Bloxam (1831-1887), Professor of Chemistry; Sir Albert Kaye Rollit (1842-1922) accepting a place on College Council; the Royal College of Surgeons giving their decision on the request of King’s College and University College London to be allowed to confer medical degrees.

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KA/IC/R71

1888

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

Printed programme for the King’s College London Recitations.

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KA/IC/R72

1888

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Henry Robinson (1837-1915), Professor of Civil Engineering, regarding the loan of apparatus from the College; William Rose (1847-1910), Demonstrator of Principles and Practice of Surgery, regarding his appointment as Professor of Principles and Practice of Surgery.

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KA/IC/R73

1889

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Dr Richter, Silver City, Idaho, USA, requesting information about a doctor in the USA who worked under several names and claimed to have graduated from the College.

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KA/IC/R74

1890

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Henry Robinson (1837-1915), Professor of Civil Engineering, requesting permission to give his lectures in the Large Hall due to the size of the apparatus needed; the resignation of James Edwin Thorold Rogers (1823-1890), Tooke Professor of Economic Science and Statistics.

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KA/IC/R75

1891

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Owen Roberts of the Clothworkers’ Company informing College Council of changes in the scholarships offered by the Company; Gustav Adolph Reinicke ([1831]-1917), German Master of King’s College School, requesting leave due to partial paralysis; Charles Rideal proposing he teach a series of lectures at the College on Practical Journalism, including extracts from Dry Toast: Some thoughts upon subjects not general dealt with (London, 1891) and Women of the Time: being a dictionary of authenticated biographical records of eminent women of the day (London, 1891) by Rideal; R Roberts of the London Society for the Extension of University Teaching, regarding the proposed ‘Albert University’.

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KA/IC/R76

1891 Sep

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

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

8pp


KA/IC/R77

1891 Sep-1892 Mar

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the application of Edward Ridding for a domestic post at the College.

4pp


KA/IC/R78

1892

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

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

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KA/IC/R79

1893

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

Manuscript and typescript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the successful application of George Rowell (1864-1918) for the post of anaesthetist at King’s College Hospital, including testimonial from Frederic William Hewitt (1857-1916), anaesthetist.

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KA/IC/R80

1893

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including the successful application of Lionel Vernon Cargill (1866-1955) for the post of Sambrooke Surgical Registrar at King’s College Hospital.

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KA/IC/R81

1894

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

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

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KA/IC/R83

1895

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

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

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KA/IC/R84

1895

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

Printed and manuscript report relating to the Oxford and Cambridge School Examinations at King’s College School.

12pp


KA/IC/R85

1895 Oct 23

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

Printed circular informing the public of the proposed changes to regulations of the College allowing the non-attendance of students at services in the College Chapel on the grounds of conscientious objection.

1pp


KA/IC/R86

1903-1907

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

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

6pp


KA/IC/R87

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 R

Manuscript and typescript papers sent to the Secretary of King’s College London regarding the Royal Sanitary Institute Congress held at Blackpool, Lancashire.

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KA/IC/R88

1914-1915

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including a printed copy of The Royal Sanitary Institute’s examinations in sanitary science; Elizabeth Robinson informing the College of the death of her husband, Henry Robinson (1837-1915), Professor of Civil Engineering.

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KA/IC/R89

1914 Oct

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

Manuscript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London from people requesting tickets to a lecture by Luigi Ricci, Professor of Italian.

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KA/IC/R90

1915-1917

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

Manuscript and typescript letters to the Secretary of King’s College London including Mrs Ricci regarding the death of her husband, Luigi Ricci ([1842]-1915) Professor of Italian; E S & A Robinson Ltd, paper manufacturer, ‘wishing peace to all Britons at Christmas’; the Russian Society regarding their members attending lectures at the College; the YMCA requesting volunteers to give lectures to the British armed forces in France.

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