Scope and Content

Material relating to Edmund Burke, compiled mainly by John Brooke, some notes for History of Parliament project.

4b/1 Copies and notes. (typescript) Burke, Isham papers, Lamport Hall, Northants, n.d.

4b/2 Paper, (typescript), John Brooke, 'Edmund Burke and Lord Rockingham', n.d.

4b/3 Copies, (typescript) n.d.: Portland Mss.; Wentworth Woodhouse muniments; Spencer Mss.; E.B. de Fonblanque, Political and Military Episodes from the life and correspondence of the Rt. Hon. J. Burgoyne; mainly relate to Burke

4b/4 Transcripts (typescript), n.d.: Wentworth Woodhouse Muniments, Dowdeswell Papers; mainly relate to Burke.

4b/5 Transcripts (typescript), n.d.: The Private Correspondence of Lord McCartney, Governor of Madras,; Stopford-Sackville Mss.

4b/6 Review, Namier, The Correspondence of Edmund Burke Volume I, April 1744 - June 1768, ed. Thomas W. Copeland, 1958

4b/7 Typescript notes , Burke Mss. at Lamport Hall, Northants n.d.

4b/8 Notes, (typescript) annotated, John Brooke essay on Burke's early career, n.d.

4b/9 Copies and notes, Mss and photocopies, Sheffield City Library, Wentworth Woodhouse mss n.d. [possibly removed form file of History of Parliament].

4b/10 Carbon copies of draft History of Parliament biographies of William Burke, Ralph Verney, W G Hamilton.

4b/11 Copies and notes on Burke, n.d.

4b/12 Typescript proposals for publication of Burke's correspondence, n.d. [before 1954?j.