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Thu Oct 16 17:53:48 2014 UTClccn-n852409720.00[Letters]0.791.00Nugæ viatoriæ. [A letter addressed to Robert Phillimere, describing towns in the South of France.]22982916Henry_Herbert,_4th_Earl_of_Carnarvonn 852409721648361Carnarvon.Carnarvon 1831-1890 Earl ofCarnarvon 1831-1890 LordCarnarvon, Earl of, 1831-1890Carnarvon, Henry H. of 1831-1890Carnarvon, Henry Herbert de 1831-1890Carnarvon, Henry Herbert Molyneux of 1831-1890Carnarvon, Henry Howard.Carnarvon, Henry Howard Molyneux Herbert 1830-1890 4th earl ofCarnarvon, Henry Howard Molyneux Herbert 1831-1890 4th Earl ofCarnarvon, Henry Howard Molyneux Herbert 1831-1890 Earl oCarnarvon, Henry Howard Molyneux Herbert 1831-1890 Earl ofCarnarvon, Henry Howard Molyneux Herbert, 4th earl of, 1830-1890Carnarvon, Henry Howard Molyneux Herbert, 4th Earl of, 1831-1890Carnarvon, Henry Howard Molyneux Herbert, Earl o, 1831-1890Carnarvon, Henry Howard Molyneux Herbert earl ofCarnarvon, Henry Howard Molyneux Herbert, Earl of, 1831-1890Carnarvon, Henry Howard Molyneux Herbert of 1831-1890Carnarvon, Lord, 1831-1890Herbert, Henry H. 1831-1890Herbert, Henry Howard Molyneux.Herbert, Henry Howard Molyneux 1831-1890Herbert, Henry Howard Molyneux 1831-1890 4th earl of CarnarvonHerbert, Henry Howard Molyneux 1831-1890 Earl of CarnarvonHerbert, Henry Howard Molyneux 4th earl of CarnarvonHerbert, Henry Howard Molyneux, 4th earl of Carnarvon, 1831-1890Herbert, Henry Howard Molyneux, comte de Carnarvon, 1831-1890Herbert, Henry Howard Molyneux Earl of CarnarvonHerbert, Henry Howard Molyneux, Earl of Carnarvon, 1831-1890Molyneux, Henry Howard.Molyneux, Henry Howard 1831-1890Molyneux, Henry Howard 1831-1890 Earl of CarnarvonMolyneux, Henry Howard, comte de Carnarvon, 1831-1890Molyneux, Henry Howard Earl of CarnarvonMolyneux, Henry Howard, Earl of Carnarvon, 1831-1890lccn-n50043480Chesterfield, Philip Dormer StanhopeEarl of1694-1773lccn-n82071860Dufferin and Ava, Frederick Temple BlackwoodMarquis of1826-1902lccn-n83035043De Kiewiet, C. W.(Cornelius William)1902-1986edtlccn-n86142184Underhill, Frank H.(Frank Hawkins)1889-1971edtlccn-n85240971Herbert, RobertSir1831-1905edtlccn-no2007002264Annand, William1808-1887lccn-n50035012Gordon, Peter1927-edtlccn-n50029083Howe, Joseph1804-1873lccn-no2007002265McDonald, Hugh1827-1899nc-oxford university pressOxford University PressprtCarnarvon, Henry Howard MolyneuxEarl of1831-1890DramaHistorySourcesDiariesRecords and correspondenceCriticism, interpretation, etcConstitutionArtists' booksBiographyPrometheus (Greek deity)Agamemnon (Greek mythology)Greek dramaCanadaGreek drama (Tragedy)Political scienceCarnarvon, Henry Howard Molyneux,--Earl of,Great BritainPrometheus bound (Aeschylus)Conduct of lifeAgamemnon (Aeschylus)Confederation of Canada (1867)AeschylusPoliticiansMythology, GreekCabinet officersEnglandChurch and collegeDissenters, ReligiousUniversities and colleges--Admission--Law and legislationUniversities and colleges--ReligionDufferin and Ava, Frederick Temple Blackwood,--Marquis of,DruzesYoung men--Conduct of lifeMurray, Gilbert,English dramaMilitary readinessTravelGreece--AthensGreece--Peloponnesus (Peninsula)GreecePrince Edward IslandGreat Britain.--Royal NavyReal propertyRailroadsCanadian Pacific Railway CompanyLand tenure--Law and legislationNova ScotiaClytemnestra (Greek mythology)ConstitutionsChesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope,--Earl of,South AfricaFijiLand tenureConstitutional historyStanmore, Arthur Hamilton-Gordon,--Baron,PhilosophyGovernorsTupper, Charles,--Sir,Church and education18311890184618561857185818591860186418661867186818691870187418751876187718781879188018831884188518861888188918901892189618971902190319241925192819551967196819691970197619801981198319841985198619872000200120072008200920112280128275882.01PA3825ocn003308447ocn006328323ocn000787808ocn011728601ocn007217562ocn002358278ocn044151243ocn021923937ocn457283273ocn457283268ocn00437826128712ocn004547003book19550.79Dufferin and Ava, Frederick Temple BlackwoodDufferin-Carnarvon correspondence, 1874-1878HistorySourcesRecords and correspondence2654ocn060714550file18960.86Carnarvon, Henry Howard MolyneuxEssays, addresses and translations19713ocn077554104file18670.82Howe, JosephLetter addressed to the Earl of Carnarvon by Mr. Joseph Howe, Mr. William Annand, and Mr. Hugh McDonald stating their objections to the proposed scheme of union of the British North American provincesHistory15111ocn006328323book18900.74Chesterfield, Philip Dormer StanhopeLetters of Philip Dormer fourth earl of Chesterfield, to his godson and successor ; edited from the originals, with a memoir of Lord ChesterfieldSourcesRecords and correspondence1104ocn003308447book18900.79Chesterfield, Philip Dormer StanhopeLetters of Philip Dormer, fourth earl of Chesterfield, to his godson and successor : now first edited from the originals, with a memoir of Lord Chesterfield7610ocn004663594book18600.74Carnarvon, Henry Howard MolyneuxRecollections of the Druses of the Lebanon. And notes on their religion+-+9751942696646ocn004663595book19020.79Carnarvon, Henry Howard MolyneuxSpeeches on Canadian affairs589ocn070585740book18670.77Great BritainBritish North America, H.L. a bill intituled An act for the union of Canada, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick and the government thereof and for purposes connected therewithConstitution426ocn014929721book18670.84Carnarvon, Henry Howard MolyneuxThe confederation of the British North American provincesHistorySources4210ocn009649139book18750.77Montgomery, James FAn experiment in communism, and its results a letter to the Right Honourable the Earl of Carnarvon, secretary of state for the colonies, on the Prince Edward Island Land Commission413ocn011728601book18690.84Carnarvon, Henry John George HerbertReminiscences of Athens and the Morea : extracts from a journal of travels in Greece in 18394110ocn015862830book18970.74Carnarvon, Henry Howard MolyneuxThe defence of the empire, a selection from the letters and speeches of Henry Howard Molyneux, fourth earl of Carnarvon377ocn010432643book18770.79Correspondence relating to the Canadian Pacific Railway267ocn085749067book18670.79Correspondence respecting the proposed union of the British North American provincesHistory211ocn004378261book18790.47AeschylusAgamemnonCriticism, interpretation, etcDramaAgamemnon makes a powerful impact on most audiences, even if they are unacquainted with the techniques of Aeschylean tragedy. Its subject is the human condition in its widest aspect215ocn697992087file18900.74Chesterfield, Philip Dormer StanhopeLetters to his godson and successor Edited from the originals, with a memoir of Lord Chesterfield185ocn317726462book18670.74Carnarvon, Henry Howard MolyneuxThe confederation of the British North American provinces by the Right Hon. the Earl of Carnarvon; a speech delivered in the House of Lords on moving the second reading of the bill, 19th Feb., 1867History175ocn587661804book20090.79Carnarvon, Henry Howard MolyneuxThe political diaries of the fourth Earl of Carnarvon, 1857-1890, Colonial Secretary and Lord-Lieutenant of IrelandDiariesSources"It is generally recognized by historians that Henry Herbert Molyneux, fourth Earl of Carnarvon (1831-1890), figured prominently in Conservative high politics during the second half of the nineteenth century, serving under three Prime Ministers in all the Conservative governments between 1858 and 1886. He was also a member of the Cabinet in three of them, appointed as Colonial Secretary twice, and Lord Lieutenant of Ireland during the Home Rule crisis of 1885-1886. This book is based on the comparatively neglected diaries that he meticulously kept throughout his life. They show him to be a shrewd observer of events, and the records of his conversations with the leaders of the Conservative Party, as well as with political opponents, are of the greatest interest. Few such political diaries of Cabinet ministers on this scale and significance have survived. This study has also drawn on many archive collections containing Carnarvon's correspondence and memoranda. As a reformer, he took an interest in such causes as women's franchise, religious toleration, educational reform, and the movement for promoting anti-vivisection. As a man of letters, he was well acquainted with many of the celebrated literary figures of his time, including Browning and Tennyson. His passion for archaeology was transmitted to his son, who was closely involved in the discovery of the Tutankhamun treasures. This book will be of value to political, colonial, and social historians, as well as of great interest to those concerned with all aspects of nineteenth-century Britain."--Jacket+-+4059466705173ocn014507561book18920.39AeschylusPrometheus boundCriticism, interpretation, etcDramaArtists' booksOne of the greatest of the classical Greek dramas, based on the Greek legend of the Titan demi-god who, against the will of Zeus, stole fire from the gods for the benefit of man. His terrible punishment by Zeus, and his continuing defiance of Zeus in the face of that punishment, remain universal symbols of man's vulnerability in any struggle with the gods163ocn007217562book18890.82Chesterfield, Philip Dormer StanhopeLetters of Philip Dormer, fourth earl of Chesterfield, to his godson and successor; now first ed. from the originals, with a memoir of Lord Chesterfield by the Earl of Carnarvon1884ocn466341299book20090.79Carnarvon, Henry Howard MolyneuxThe political diaries of the fourth Earl of Carnarvon, 1857-1890, Colonial Secretary and Lord-Lieutenant of IrelandDiariesSources"It is generally recognized by historians that Henry Herbert Molyneux, fourth Earl of Carnarvon (1831-1890), figured prominently in Conservative high politics during the second half of the nineteenth century, serving under three Prime Ministers in all the Conservative governments between 1858 and 1886. He was also a member of the Cabinet in three of them, appointed as Colonial Secretary twice, and Lord Lieutenant of Ireland during the Home Rule crisis of 1885-1886. This book is based on the comparatively neglected diaries that he meticulously kept throughout his life. They show him to be a shrewd observer of events, and the records of his conversations with the leaders of the Conservative Party, as well as with political opponents, are of the greatest interest. Few such political diaries of Cabinet ministers on this scale and significance have survived. This study has also drawn on many archive collections containing Carnarvon's correspondence and memoranda. As a reformer, he took an interest in such causes as women's franchise, religious toleration, educational reform, and the movement for promoting anti-vivisection. As a man of letters, he was well acquainted with many of the celebrated literary figures of his time, including Browning and Tennyson. His passion for archaeology was transmitted to his son, who was closely involved in the discovery of the Tutankhamun treasures. This book will be of value to political, colonial, and social historians, as well as of great interest to those concerned with all aspects of nineteenth-century Britain."--Jacket+-+4059466705902ocn830950550file18690.88Chase, D. PUniversity tests observations upon the bill of the solicitor-general and upon the counter-proposal of Lord CarnarvonHistory851ocn830989032file0.86Colonial defence commission under Lord CarnarvonMilitary history844ocn004296570book19250.79Hardinge, Arthur HenryThe life of Henry Howard Molyneux Herbert, fourth earl of Carnarvon, 1831-1890Biography71ocn035264503book19860.94Cope, R. LLocal imperatives and imperial policy : the sources of Lord Carnarvon's South African Confederation policy61ocn156141614book18660.84Tupper, CharlesA letter to the Right Honourable the Earl of Carnarvon ... in reply to a pamphlet entitled Confederation considered in relation to the interests of the EmpireHistoryRecords and correspondence61ocn709837810book20110.22Political diaries of the fourth earl of carnarvon, 1857-1890 : colonial secretary and lord-lieutenant of irelandHistoryDiariesSourcesThe so-far neglected diaries of Henry Herbert Molyneux, fourth Earl of Carnarvon, provide rare insight into nineteenth-century Conservative politics+-+447837670541ocn219204285book18970.47Carnarvon, Henry Howard MolyneuxThe defence of the Empire31ocn225659768book0.47Carnarvon, Henry Howard MolyneuxCarnarvon papers [PRO 30Records and correspondenceCorrespondence received while Secretary of State for Colonies, 1874-1878 covered subjects including annexation of Fiji and official appointments, return of British troops to Australia, honours and appointments, and Pacific labour trade. From 1879-1882 correspondencet covered the organisation of the Colonial Defence Commissi Commission, and colonial defences, and while Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 1885-1886 he wrote about denominational education in Australia11ocn701817608book18701.00Carnarvon, Henry Howard MolyneuxNugæ viatoriæ. [A letter addressed to Robert Phillimere, describing towns in the South of France.]11ocn639875058book19680.79Dufferin and Ava, Frederick Temple BlackwoodDufferin-Carnarvon correspondence, 1874-1878HistorySourcesRecords and correspondence11ocn227231277book19280.96Rutherford, JLord Carnarvon and South African Confederation, 1875-1880History11ocn225634281book1875Parkes, Henry[Letters]Records and correspondenceTwo letters, one from Parkes to Sir Hercules Robinson 1875 Feb. 5, Colonial Secretary's Office Sydney, requests that a set of photographs of Clarence River Aborigines accompanying letter be forwarded to the Secretary of State. The other from Sir Hercules Robinson to Lord Carnarvon, 1875 Feb. 11, Government House, Sydney stating he is enclosing Parkes' note11ocn221161834visu[Portrait of Henry Howard Molyneaux Herbert, Earl of Carnarvon]Portraits11ocn154274663book19240.47Carter, HowardHet graf van Tut-anch-amon : Ontdekt door Wijlen graaf Carnarvon en Howard Carter. Door Howard Carter en A[rthur] C[ruutenden] Mace. Vertaling onder toezicht en met een inleiding van H[erman] Th[eodorus] Obbink11ocn225707512mix0.47Stanmore, Arthur Hamilton-GordonStanmore papers [M1628-1637]ArchivesSourcesRecords and correspondencePrivate and official correspondence of Arthur Hamilton-Gordon between 1873 and 1896, particularly while Governor of Fiji. Consists mainly of dealings with the Colonial Office including discussions on the internal affairs of the colonies Gordon administered. Also includes a tribute to Gordon by Sir Francis Henry May in an address at the opening of the Council of Chiefs in Suva on the 23 April 191211ocn461630486book19761.00Colonial Defence Commission [under Lord Carnarvon 1881-82]Military history11ocn885465463file0.47Colonial defence commission under Lord CarnarvonMilitary history11ocn081895884mix1.00Carnarvon, Evelyn Stanhope HerbertEvelyn Stanhope Herbert, Countess of Carnarvon manuscript material : 2 itemsRecords and correspondence· To Abraham Hayward, essayist and translator : 2 autograph letters signed : ca. 1861-1875 : (MISC 3509-3510) : including references to D'Israeli and "household suffrage."11ocn795668325visu1890Earl of CarnarvonPortrait photograph, half length, of Henry Howard Molyneux, the Fourth Earl of Carnarvon. He sits at 45 degrees and wears dinner suit with carnation in left lapel. He is balding and has handlebar moustache+-+4059466705+-+4059466705Thu Oct 16 15:22:45 EDT 2014batch30221