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Elwin, Whitwell (1816-1900), Anglican clergyman, editor of 'Quarterly Review'

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Surname: Elwin
Forenames: Whitwell
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 1816
Death Date: 1900
Biography: ODNB link for Elwin, Whitwell (1816-1900), Anglican clergyman editor of 'Quarterly Review'
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/P125463 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/P9315 )
  Description Held by Reference Further information
1849-59: corresp rel to Quarterly Review
National Library of Scotland, Manuscript Collections
1843-54: letters from JG Lockhart
National Library of Scotland, Manuscript Collections
1856-88: family corresp and papers
Norfolk Record Office
19th-20th cent: misc corresp and papers with copy letters by William Thackeray to Elwin and to John Forster
Norfolk Record Office
See Annual Return 2010
1841-52: corresp with Edwin Chadwick
London University: University College London (UCL) Special Collections
NRA 21653 Chadwick
1855-57: corresp with James Forbes
St Andrews University Library
NRA 13132
1855-74: corresp with WE Gladstone
British Library, Manuscript Collections
1854-86: letters to Sir Austen Layard
British Library, Manuscript Collections
letters to Frederick Locker-Lampson
Huntington Library
See See NRA 12288 Appendix II
1855-60, 1872-87: corresp with 1st and 2nd Lords Lytton
Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies
NRA 4598
1868-94: letters to Sir Norman Moore
Collection held privately: enquiries to The National Archives, Archives Sector Development
NRA 29440 Moore

See HMC corresp file - Moore, Dr Norman
1856-59: letters to Sir William Napier
Oxford University: Bodleian Library, Special Collections
NRA 13979 Napier
corresp with Countess of Westmorland
Kent History and Library Centre
NRA 15266
1856-96: letters (29)
Huntington Library
See Guide to literary MSS 1979

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