The collection comprises one letter from the Duke of Rutland to 'Crathorne' (MS 52/1), and twoletters to the Duke from B.E. Sparke and S. Perceval. The letters are accompanied by 9ff of versesand prose essays on various subject, apparently student exercises.
Letters to and from John Henry Manners (1778-1857) 5th Duke of Rutland,1795-1797
- This material is held at
- ReferenceGB 159 MS 52
- Dates of Creation1795-1797
- Language of MaterialEnglish, Latin, Italian, and Modern Greek (1453-).
- Physical Description18 ff
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Administrative / Biographical History
John Henry Manners was born in 1778. He became the 5th Duke of Rutland in 1787 on the death ofhis father Charles (1754-1787), the 4th Duke. John Henry married Lady Elizabeth Howard, daughter ofthe 5th Earl of Carlisle. He was a colonel of the Leicestershire militia, recorder for Grantham,Cambridge and Scarborough and a trustee of the British Museum. He was succeeded on his death in 1857by his eldest son, Charles Cecil. John Henry lived at Belvoir Castle in Leicestershire.
The items in the collection have been arranged chronologically.
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LANGUAGE: English, Latin, Italian and Greek
The collection was acquired by The University of Nottingham's Library in June 1951.