Letters from J.H. Round

Scope and Content

  • /1 9 Jul 1892, Personal/Scholarly: To MacColl: Review of 'Geoffrey de Mandeville'.
  • /2 6 Jan 1898 Scholarly: F W Maitland, A W Prothero.
  • /3 24 Jan 1899, Scholarly: R L Poole, Hubert Hall.
  • /4 26 Jan 1899, Scholarly.
  • /5 21 Oct 1906, Personal/Scholarly: Victoria County History.C.W. C. Oman 'Political History of England'. 'Charter Rolls Calendar'.
  • /6 27 Jan 1910, [1906?]Academic: 'Schools of History'.
  • /7 3 Jan 1910, Academic: 'An historical laboratory'.
  • /8 27 Jun 1911, Personal/Scholarly: Thanks for 'Flintshire'. Needs of history.
  • /9 16: Mar 1912, Scholarly: Peerage.
  • /10 23 Mar 1912, Scholarly: Peerage.
  • /11 6 May 1914, Personal: Thanks for 'The present state of Medieval Studies' 'John deHalton','Thomas Hodgkin', Hilary Jenkinson.
  • /12 30 May 1914, Personal: Thanks for Edward II
  • /13 16 My 1914, Personal: Red Book of the Exchequer. HubertHall.
  • /14 11 Jul 1914, Personal: Alison Phillips. Lecky chair of modern history, Dublin. C.H.Firth.
  • /15 21 Oct 1914, Scholarly: Pipe Roll Society.
  • /16 10 Nov 1914, War/Personal: C.U.P. Carnegie Trust. Society of Antiquaries.
  • /17 12 Jul 1915, Scholarly: 'House of Lords and the Model Parliament'. English Historical Review. 'Recent Peerage' .
  • /18 7 Nov 1916, Scholarly: Local History. 'Lestrange Records'.
  • /19 15 Dec 1916, Scholarly: Pipe Rolls.
  • /20 6 Feb 1917, Scholarly.
  • /21 21 Apr 1920, Personal/Scholarly: thanks for Chapters....
  • /22 27 Apr 1920, Personal/Scholarly: unpublished family studies.
  • /23 26 Jul 1922, Scholarly: Chapters...
  • /24 21 May 1925, Personal: Manchester School of History. The War and historicaldevelopment.

Administrative / Biographical History

John Horace Round (1854-1928), historian.