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First Course Gatty Margaret. An Annotated Bibliography, Genet Jean. Poems Written in Berlin Gibbs Barbara. Slight foxing to some pages Gielgud John. New Theatre, Four Typed and fifteen Autograph Letters signed, to Clemence Dane, , and no year, discussing in particular his performance in The Doctor's Dilemma and regretting at length that he ccould not read an appeal Clemence Dane had written, together with an Autograph Christmas Card signed incorporating a photograph of him, together with eleven letters and a card signed by Katie Gielgud Gielgud Sir John.
A tribute to John D. Writing, Politics and Places Gordimer Nadine. Levine Rhoda , The Individualists: Together with a Christmas card, inscribed and signed.
Reminiscing about their Christmas together in Deya, and discussing personal news of his life and theirs', including gardening, Karl's health, and writing: I am trying to press on with new prose and poems. Robert, you know, remains one of the great examples to me, for that- his habits of steady work, even though sometimes I thought what he worked on wasn't worthy of his time and attention.
Merwin], postmarked 22 February Doubleday, Regarding an anonymous letter that Merwin received from Deya, Mallorca, requesting a poem written or inspired by the town as a contribution to a volume. He encloses the abovementioned poem to be passed on to the appropriate person and notes it is to be published in May in his book The Rain in the Trees.
I remember Rene saying that no doubt they would be better when I had acquired a little more experience, and I hope she was right. From James Reeves a Typed letter bearing autograph corrections, signed, 29 January , 2pp.
Amongst personal matters the letter provides various references to Reeves' writing as well as that of the literary circle in Deya, including his first "noteworthy essay" and his book Natural Need Seizin Press, , a book that Gay had apparently begun, and Laura Riding's Progress of Stories Seizin Press, Reeves concludes the letter as follows: Discussing the struggles associated with being a freelance author and events in Majorca: I won't minimise your losses- after all, it was your home Reeves writes of his friendship with Martin [Seymour Smith] and of other personal news.
He promises to send a personal copy of "Stickney" Homage to Trumbull Stickney; poems. Selected and Introduced by J. Heinemann, and asks for advice about distribution in America. He talks at length of the lives of mutual friends and of his writing: He refers to himself as "a bit of a pioneer" in regards to his annotated selection of the poetry of Emily Dickinson.
From Harry Kemp Autograph letter, signed, 6 December , mounted on page  of card bearing a photograph of Brighton Pavilion. Thinking to write after being asked by Richard Graves if he could send any information for "volume 11" [of his biography of his uncle: Robert Graves; The years with Laura From Michael Mott Broadside of "The Well" on orange card with typed letter and autograph note, signed, on the verso, 13 May Writing with news that he will be returning to Atlanta after spending the year at the college ofWilliam and Mary as writer-in-residence.
Boston, Houghton Mifflin, and adds "Another collection comes out soon" possibly Counting the Grasses. Anhinga Press, As printed below poem: Altho' I'm excluded from Spain now, and only hope that will change.
Little Brown, Boston, The poem seeks Gay's counsel concerning a "daft collector" who "Employs as spy in our Majorcan village!.
Paying him fifteen bucks a hundred words! For all the murkiest scandal of the cafe! That claims the slightest relevance to Graves. With news of Alan's "mild nervous breakdown" and of his "grimmish weeks in hospital". Hence writing without his knowledge so as not to trouble him, asking for payment for the "Grave-Riding correspondence". Other material a Invitation to memorial service for Robert Graves at St. James's Church, Piccadilly, 22 January Printed by hand at the New Seizin Press, Deia.
The invitation includes an extract from "To Be Poets". Together with Order of Service. The Clark Lectures ; also various essays on poetry and sixteen new poems Graves Robert.
Frost Robert , As it was; poems Graves Robert. Lucan, Janine Gray Alasdair. A humorous tale written principally by a lady of ninety Greenaway Kate.
An Entertainment Greene Graham. Visconti; an extract from Travels with my Aunt Greene Graham. A Dream Diary Greene Graham. Allain Marie-Francoise , Thomas Dylan , Hedylus [a novel] H. Rider and Lang Andrew. Baker Michael , Una Troubridge: A Mediterranean Cookbook Harley Belinda. Martial; poems Harrison Tony. A Scrapbook of History [a play] Harwood H.
Chambers David , Cranford Hassall Joan. Gaskell Mrs , Poems Hawkins Spike. Hasler Charles , Halcyon Herbart Pierre. The Candle; a poem Heyen William. Maximov Vladimir , [Poems] Holloway John. A Holme Charles, editor. Further Correspondence Hopkins Kenneth. More Emanations from Emily Hopkins Kenneth. Soyle for an Orchard Horticulture. Howard de Walden Lord. Letter hole-punched and stapled not affecting text Hughes Glyn.
Woodcock George , Two autograph letters signed, [c. Portrait of a Family Isherwood Christopher. An Education in the Thirties Isherwood Christopher. Short Stories Jacobson Dan. Collected Plays Johnston Denis.
Williams-Ellis Clough , Collection of sixteen more or less ephemeral items including catalogues, in memoriam items and criticism, details available on request Jones David. A Literary Quarterly devoted to the increase of the gaiety of nations Joyce James. A Biography Kerouac Jack. Tributes on the Occasion of his Seventieth Birthday Birthday; with a bibliographical check list of his publications Keynes Sir Geoffrey. King [catalogue of an exhibition] King Jessie M.
Letters from a Lecture Tour Kingsley Charles. Letters of Travel Kipling Rudyard. Further details on request. Lawrence and Amy Lowell Lawrence D. Lawrence to Martin Secker Lawrence D. Penguin Books Ltd Lawrence D. Aldington Richard , J. Arrow John , The D. I come rarely and unexpectedly. The ring is a tea-cup [presumably on the cover of a book], I think: Wine glasses are rarely over-spilled. Lawrence to Bertram Rota: Clements Frank ,  Maggie Lawrence T.
Lawrence in Life and Death Lawrence T. An Alphabet; a facsimile Lear Edward. Kiven and the Gentle Kathleen Lear Edward. A Story from the Chinese Legrand Edy. Autobiography I Lehmann John. Where is your Vortex? Section I Lewis Wyndham. A Native Quarterly Literary Periodical. Number Three Literary Periodical. Number Four Literary Periodical.
Edited by Eugene Jolas Literary Periodical. An International Review Literary Periodical. A Magazine of Verse Literary Periodicals. A treatment for a film Logue Christopher. Studies in Contemporary Literature Lowell Amy. Rudnick Lois Palken , Zones: Ramous Mario , Minima Marsh Edward. La Ferronnerie Martinie Henri.
Reprints from The Cambridge Magazine, No. Collected Longer Prose Mathews Harry. The Collected Essays Mathews Harry. Poems Mathews Harry. Continent of Conjecture McAlmon Robert. Collie Michael , Two Poems: Meynell Francis , Two autograph letters, signed, 30 Januaray and no date Middleton Christopher. The Waters Reglitterized Miller Henry.
Schnellock, Blueprints for Living Miller Henry. Versions of Irish Poetry Montague John. This Neutral Realm Montague John. Poet of Affection Moore Marianne. The Rout of the Amazons. To Leda and other odes. Theseus, Medea and Lyrics Moore T. Altdorfer Albrecht , Affectionate Cousins: Legge Sylvia , Theory and Practice; a paper read Cobbett William , Paumanok Morley Christopher. Typescript letter from Roosevelt, signed, 5th February , pleased to appoint Morley as an alternate public member of the National War Labor Board and give him the opportunity to continue "your excellent service to your government in a field most vital to the war effort".
The letter has been mounted onto card, as it hung, according to Morley's son, J. It is somewhat foxed at the edges but the text and signature are unaffected. Carbon typescript of letter to Roosevelt, 8th September , regretfully tendering his resignation from the War Labor Board for "private reasons": Carbon typescript of letter to William H. Davis, Chairman of the National War Labor Board, 8th September , enclosing his letter of resignation to be forwarded to the President and explaining that he must honour his "obligation and responsibility" to his colleagues by returning to his company after six months absence.
Typescript letter from Roosevelt, signed, 18th September , accepting, with regret, Morley's resignation but adding that he understands and appreciates the circumstance which prompted his decision: Typescript letter, signed, from Frederick H. Bullen, Executive Secretary of the Board of Mediation for State of New York Department of Labor, 17th April , announcing Morley's selection to serve as a member of the panel of arbitrators for the board and expressing gratitude for his willingness to contribute to "the furtherance of orderly collective bargaining and peaceful industrial relations".
Duplicated typescripts, for press release, of speeches given by Morley. Opening by quoting Jungle Book, "we be of the one blood, thou and 1" in order to explain his reason for speaking to members of the printing industry. His speech describes the history and changing role of the Board as its task of stabilizing wages developed. Throughout, he places particular emphasis on the power of the "printed word" and its potential influence to ensure wartime resourcefulness does not diminish with the return of peace.
He defends the criticised levels of absenteeism and strikes as an inevitable percentage of "misfit and failure" as well as showing a "large measure of self-control". He also urges pride and tolerance of the workforce and defends the government's so-called "timidity" in labor relations as the "very essence of democracy".
He concludes by saying "on any frontiers of the future, I trust we'll be all right. Birkedal Uffe , The Books of William Morris described with some account of his doings in literature and the allied crafts Morris William.
Contemporary print from the original glass plate negative, signed by the photographer in white ink in the lower left-hand corner and bearing his studio stamp, "Howard Coster, Photographer of Men" on the verso. In excellent condition Munnings Sir Alfred. No year Murdoch Iris. Romantic Rationalist Murdoch Iris. A Family Chronicle Nabokov Vladimir. His Life in Art Nabokov Vladimir. Poems Nemerov Howard. Summerson John , Incorporated Stage Society membership application form x c.
Contemporary print from the original glass plate negative, signed by the photographer in white ink in the lower right-hand corner and bearing his studio stamp, "Howard Coster, Photographer of Men" on the verso. A Personal Record Northcliffe Viscount. John Norton, Old Stile Press. Kirk Robert , Two Nonsense Stories: Selected Poems Ondaatje Michael. A Fairy Story Orwell George. John Osborne Osborne John. Hayman Ronald , The Fine and the Wicked: The Life and Times of Ouida Ouida.
Hamilton Walter , Shades of Albany: A Facetious Phantasy Parsons I. A Series of Essays Pater Walter. The Proust Screenplay Pinter Harold. Borestone Mountain Poetry Awards A Compilation of Original Poetry By a Bostonian Poe Edgar Allan. Letters from Beatrix Potter Potter Beatrix. A Catalog of an Exhibition Pound Ezra. Sophokles, Venusberg Powell Anthony. Richardson Powys John Cowper. A Note Powys Brothers. Hopkins Kenneth , Welsh Ambassadors: Powys Lives and Letters Powys Brothers.
Wilkinson Louis , [Poems] Price Jonathan. Wells [ a memorial address] Priestley J. A Retrospective Survey Printing and Typography. Howe Ellic and Harold E. Moran James , Stanley Morison: Moran James , Henry George: Printer, Bookseller, Stationer and Bookbinder, Westerham c. Morris William , Deposito Cornuti Typographici; a mirthful play performed at the confirmation of a journeyman Printing and Typography.
Rist Johann , Perverse Proverbs Nos. Roberts Lawley , B. A Tale of Revolution, no less Printing and Typography. Ryder John ,  Stanley Morison: Schmoller Hans and Steinberg S. Ein geschichtlicher Uberlick Printing and Typography. Merker and Ward Ritchie Printing and Typography. Herz und Antlitz einer Stadt Pritchett V. The Clark Lectures for Pritchett V.
Literary Essays Pritchett V. Quelques Echanges et Temoignages Proust Marcel. Notes on his life and a check-list of his books Publishing. Their Juvenile Books and Chapbooks Publishing. Dream Palace; a novella Purdy James. Wagner Richard , Rich Raine Craig. Selections From his Historie of the World, his Letters, etc. Arthur Ransome Ransome Arthur. A Critical Essay Reznikoff Charles.
Richardson Richardson Dorothy M. The Proceedings of the Parliament of Scotland upon it: Faithfully extracted from the Records of Parliament. Lettres a un jeune peintre Rilke Rainer Maria.
Past and Present Robins William. Andersen Hans , c. Romains Jules , Dartmoor Rodker John. A Catalogue of an Exhibition Blumenthal Joseph , Bruce Rogers: Designer of Books Rogers Bruce. Warde Frederic , Poems Rogers Samuel. A Victorian Melodrama [a play in two acts] Rosser Austin. A True Story Roth Philip. The History of the Coronation, reprint, ; Wood F. The Coronation, ; Souvenir Programme Discours aix manes de Marat. Avec notices biographiques et bibliographiques Sade D.
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Report of a Conversazione Bernard Quaritch [and] Bro. Thompson Sette of Odd Volumes. Bernard Quaritch [with an introduction by] Bro. An Annual Record of the Transactions of the Sette December 12, Sette of Odd Volumes.
Dinner, 26th April - With the M. Sette of Odd Volumes. Addleshaw Percy , Harmonies in Japanese Music Bevan Paul , Harmonies in Japanese Music Bevan Paul , Wilkie Collins: Read before Ye Sette of Odd Volumes Delivered at a Meeting of the Settte January 12th Sette of Odd Volumes. Holland Vyvyan , On the Subject of Bores: February 26th, Sette of Odd Volumes. Arne ; delivered at a meeting of the Sette May 5th Sette of Odd Volumes.
October 15th, Sette of Odd Volumes. Wilsey ,  The Lay of the Odd Volumes: Dedicated to the Sette Sette of Odd Volumes. November 22nd Sette of Odd Volumes. Nathan , The Mistery of St. May 28th, Sette of Odd Volumes. Delivered at the meeting of the Sette November the Fifth, Sette of Odd Volumes. Quaritch Bernard , Verulamania: Some Observations on the Making of a Modern Mystery. Read at the Meeting of the Sette of Odd Volumes Friday 22nd of November Sette of Odd Volumes.
January 27, [sic: Soby James Thrall , [Works]: John , Bernard Shaw: It accommodated under-fours, and girls up to eight. By , around children were daily attenders at a local board school. The Infirmary, situated at the south-west of the site, was a detached two-storey building erected in It had eight wards, four large and four small, containing twenty and seven beds respectively.
The infirmary had its own grass playing field. The Isolation Block, erected in to designs by Sidney R. Smith, was a single-storey building standing seventy feet from the infirmary.
The block received children from the school infirmary showing any signs of having infectious or contagious diseases. The four wards accommodated a total of ten children. A nurses' room between each pair of wards was provided with fixed inspection hatches, and the wards arranged with no direct communication between them.
A laundry and disinfecting oven were attached so that beds could be disinfected. The older Probation House, located near a small lake, was later used as a receiving house for children from the main workhouse. Over-fives arrived every day, while younger ones came three times a week. It contained two dormitories with 26 beds in each, two day rooms, and lavatories arranged with jets.
In , it was described as rather damp and cold. The newer Probation House received children after an initial period from the older one. The building, another Smith design erected in , had four bed dormitories, for day-rooms, and playing yards. The lavatories washrooms were fitted with a glazed stoneware trough having water jets above it, with a union valve for hot and cold water.
Each child had its own numbered towel. The New, or Main School, to the north, comprised two girls' blocks and two boys' blocks, separated by the administrative offices, superintendent's quarters, kitchen, dining-hall etc.
The children's blocks were three storeys high and each accommodated 72 children. On the ground floor of each block was a day room, heated by an open fire. Lockers were provided for the girls, though not for the boys. Seats were arranged around the sides of the room. The dormitories on the second and third floors each contained 36 beds in six-bed sections.
Under each bed was a wicker basket for the children's clothes at night. A single fire-place heated the whole dormitory. In the central block, beneath the dining-hall, was a steam-heated swimming bath used alternately by the boys and girls.
The boys also had an outdoor swimming bath. Each child had its own towel, brush and comb, but only a few were provided with toothbrushes. A dentist attended the school each month. All children were medically examined three times a week. On Sunday afternoons, a scripture class took place for an hour and a quarter, carried out by over forty ladies and gentlemen from local churches.
A Band of Hope was, for a number of years, conducted by one of the Guardians. Lambeth Norwood New Schools main block from the south-east, c. Technical training was not carried out to any great extent, preference being given to finding employment for those of an age to work.
Some tailoring, boot-making and carpentry were taught to the boys. Girls leaving to enter service were trained in domestic skills and cookery.
It was subsequently divided into a number of separate establishments. The southern part became the Lambeth Home for the Aged, with the south-eastern area subsequently being renamed Elderwood, and the south-western area becoming Norwood House — both these accommodated the elderly, with Norwood House also being used to house homeless families. Most of the former Norwood school buildings have now been demolished.
However, the lodge and the front block of the old school survive and have been converted to residential use. An insight into the operation of the school in the s was provided by its chaplain, the Rev. Joseph Brown who recorded that the following regulations were placed in the entrance lodge:.
Religious instruction featured strongly in the daily routine. At around 6 a. Breakfast was eaten at around 6. At a quarter-past eight, they assembled for family prayer, beginning with a hymn, followed by the reading of a psalm or chapter from the Bible, then a prayer appointed for the service, ending with the Lord's Prayer.
The first hour of school was devoted to "reading the Scriptures, explanation thereof, or such other religious instruction as the several attainments of the children, arranged in their different classes, enable them to receive. In the school's kitchen, where some of the girls received instruction in the art of cooking a "plain dinner", the chaplain had compiled some useful maxims for each girl to commit to memory and to try and carry out in their future lives — in most cases, this would be in domestic service.
As regards to punishment for misbehaviour, the following code of suggestions was approved in Contents may not be reproduced without permission. A large new Brickhouse was built near Lambeth Butts , and opened , for receiving all the Poor of the Parish that receive Alms ; where there are now 60 Men, Women and Children, employ'd in spinning Mopp Yarn, the Old Men break the Wool with Stock Cards, as it requires more Strength than the Children have, and in this they are grown so expert, that several Turners who deal in Mopps, call for the Mopp Yarn as fast as it is Spun, with ready Money in their Hands, paying for it 7 Shillings a Dozen Pound since the Price of Wool is risen.
In the mean time, such Women as can be spar'd from the common Services of the House and Kitchen, spend their Time in Knitting Stockings for all the Family, on Yarn bought ready prepar'd out of the House. The Children are taught to Read, but not to Write. The Master and Mistress are careful to follow the Directions of a Committee of the Parish Officers, who meet Weekly, to oversee the Management of the House; and for the easier Noting the daily expence of Provisions, there is in the Steward's Room, instead of a Waste Book, a Slate with broad Brims, having the under mentioned Heads pasted on both sides of the Slate, to shew the quantities receiv'd on one side, and what is deliver'd out on the other side, viz.
They have conveniencies for Brewing, but a Brewer in the neighbourhood serving them with 10 s. Beer, at 7 s. Two Bakers in the Parish serve the House alternately, each their Month, for which they are so well paid, that they contend which shall do it best and cheapest.
The Porter is requested to attend to the following Regulations: To keep a daily register of the number of the order, and the name of the child from whom received. To deliver every evening the register and the orders. Not to admit any spirituous liquor, and to report the name of anyone attempting to introduce it. To prevent unnecessary delay in the admission of parents or others to see children. To attend Divine service as often as possible once at least on the Lord's day.
Family prayer to be every morning before the hour of school, and immediately after the dismissal of the monitor's class in the evening. A psalm or hymn to be sung, the children standing. The prayers as provided by the chaplain, ending with the Lord's Prayer; the children kneeling. Reading the Bible and other religious instruction, the first hour after commencement of school, except on Wednesday and Saturday; on which days it is from half-past ten till half-past eleven.
The first and second classes to have the above lesson last, on Friday afternoon. Divine Service every Sunday in the morning, and afternoon or evening; family prayer at half-past eight o'clock in the morning, and after supper in the evening. After morning family prayer, the children to assemble in their respective classes till half-past nine. First and second classes to say the collect. Third and fourth to say one hymn. Fifth and sixth to say one verse of Scripture and one of hymn. Seventh and eighth to say one verse of Scripture.
Every child may receive a Scripture ticket and leave the school as soon as the lesson appointed has been said. The monitors to take care the classes are supplied before service with a sufficient number of Bibles, prayer-books, and hymn-books.
The hymn tunes practised by the singing master on Friday, to be sung by the children on Sunday. Rules for the Kitchen. Do every thing at its proper time. Keep every thing to its proper use. Put every thing in its proper place. Call every thing by its proper name. Use every thing in a proper manner. It is your duty to be: No girl to receive a blow of any kind.
Not to be sent out of class for a smile, or look, or word, or error in judgment, or any act simply mischievous. No boy during school, or work, or drill, or play, to receive corporal punishment; but the offence to be inquired into after school hours, in the presence of Mr. Aubin and the senior teacher, who shall also be present during the punishment, if the child be convicted.
Punishment of this kind only to be carried into effect in extreme cases, and to be inflicted with leather on the palm of the left hand.
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