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3 archives found for Newton, Robert S.

42 LETTER BOOK containing sponge paper copies of letters by HMS, largely in Stanley's handwriting (July 1879 - January 1881), quarter green morocco, c. 410 pp., some torn out, 4to

Copy-letters from HMS to Col. Strauch (34), Edward Marston (4), Augustus Sparhawk (4), Edward King (1), Elder, Dempster & Co. (1), Andries de Bloeme (3), Hanken? (1), Gen. Sanford (1), W. H. Hathorne (2), J. W. Watson (1), Smith, Payne & Smiths (4), Robert S. Newton (1), Dr. Hermann Knoblauch (1), John Kirkbright (2), Blandy Bros. (1), Jane Deanes (1), Anton Greshoff (1), Louis Valcke (1) and S. Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington (1)

43 LETTER BOOK "Letters July 1879 to May 1880", secretarial transcripts of letters by HMS, corrected and revised in Stanley's handwriting, with list of possible titles and note by HMS in case of "these letters [should] ever be published" (July 1879 - May 1880), 187 pp., continued in 44, 45, 46 and 47, also an index of this volume in 47, folio

Copy-letters from HMS to Col. Strauch (20), Edward King (1), Elder, Dempster & Co. (1), Andries de Bloeme (3), Edward Marston (4), Hanken? (1), Gen. Sanford (1), Augustus Sparhawk (2), W. H. Hathorne (1), J. W. Watson (1), Robert S. Newton (1), Dr. Hermann Knoblauch (1) and Smith, Payne & Smiths (1)

48 LETTER BOOK containing typed transcripts of letters between HMS and officials of the Comité or members of the expedition, plus some other documents, revised in ink by HMS, with autograph title page: "My Congo Letters which gives a true History of the Congo Enterprise up to 1884" (November 1877 - September 1881), c. 340 pp., roughly fastened, 4to

Copy-letters from Comte Paul de Borchgrave to Edwin Arnold (1); Baron Solvyns (1) and Baron Greindl (12) to HMS; HMS to Col. Strauch (36), Edward King (1), Gen. Sanford (1), W. H. Hathorne (1), Robert S. Newton (1), Dr. Hermann Knoblauch (1), Andries de Bloeme (1), John Kirkbright (2), Augustus Sparhawk (3), Louis Valcke (1), Lieut. Braconnier (2), Lieut. Harou (2) and Otto Lindner (1); also an "Explanation" (7 pp. introduction draft in Stanley's autograph) and documents regarding Stanley's contract with the C.É.H.C.