MS.Add.8315: Sermons of B.F. Westcott (1 box)
Sermons preached in Peterborough Cathedral, 1878-1879, and Westminster Abbey, 1884-1889, and a few as Bishop of Durham. There are also some Greek prize poems, the manuscript of Westcott's commentary on Hebrews, and a memorandum on foreign missions.
MS.Add.8316: Family papers (3 volumes and 2 boxes)
Papers relating mainly to B.F. and Arthur Westcott. Bishop Westcott's papers are comprised primarily of personal and professional letters sent to him, some of which were kept for their autograph value, supplemented by letters belonging to other individuals and signatures cut from letters and papers. The correspondents include many peers, several bishops and a few scholars. There are series of letters from the 3rd Marquess of Bute; County Durham landowners such as the 9th Lord Barnard, the 6th Marquess of Londonderry and the 2nd Earl of Ravensworth; and Arthur Westcott in India, 1889-1901. Amongst the autographs is a series to Marjoribanks (probably Dudley Marjoribanks, 1st Baron Tweedmouth), and a collection of proxy voting forms for peers, 1804-1820. The papers also include a collection of Westcott's pamphlets.
Arthur Westcott's papers include personal and professional letters from friends whom he met at Pembroke College, Cambridge, and St Augustine's College, Canterbury, and letters to him as a missionary priest in India. There is a long series of letters written to his mother, 1881-1901, and a set of letters received from his younger brother, Foss Westcott, 1885-1934. There are also letters about the Life of Westcott, in appreciation and contributing information, and a series from George A. Macmillan of Macmillan&Co. about the publication of the Life and other works. As well as correspondence, the papers include two scrapbooks of newcuttings from Indian newspapers, 1888-1903, on aspects of Christianity and Hinduism.
MS.Add.8317: Letters to B.F. Westcott (1 box-file)
Letters from, among others, Dorothea Beale, George Bradley, William Moore Ede, George Kitchen, William Lake, Henry Savage, Arthur P. Stanley, Charles Vaughan, Henry Wace and Gerald Wellesley. There is also a collection of autographs containing many letters of German, French and Italian theologians and Church historians.