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St John’s College L.30 (James 381)

Jeremiah Markland, Letters. English, 1756-75

Jeremiah Markland, Fellow of Peterhouse (1693-1776): letters to various correspondents on classical, medical and New Testament subjects. Apparently an artificial collection, although the predominance of letters to Heberden may indicate that the papers were presented by him:

  1. To ‘Dr [?John] Burton’ at Eton College; no place, 16 Nov. 1756
  2. To unidentified recipient; no place, 18 Feb. 1762
  3. To [William] Heberden [1710-1801, Fellow of St John’s College], incomplete; no place, no date
  4. To Heberden at his house in the Strand; [Darking], 24 Feb. 1762
  5. To Heberden at his house in the Strand; [Darking], 28 Feb. 1762
  6. To Heberden; no place, 16 Mar. 1762
  7. To [Edward] Barnard [1717-81, Fellow of St John’s and later Provost of Eton] at Richmond; [Darking], 4 Apr. 1762
  8. To Heberden at his house in the Strand, incomplete; [Darking], 22 Apr. 1762.
  9. To Dr Barnard at Eton; no place, 2 May 1762
  10. To Heberden at his house in the Strand; [Darking], 30 May 1762
  11. To Heberden at his house in the Strand, with an enclosure; [Darking], 19 Sep. 1762
  12. To Heberden at his house in the Strand; [Darking], 12 Oct. 1762
  13. To Heberden at his house in the Strand; [Darking], 24 July 1763
  14. To Heberden at his house in the Strand; [Darking], 27 Oct. 1768
  15. To Heberden at his house in the Strand; [Darking], 18 Nov. 1768
  16. To Heberden at his house in Pall Mall; [Darking], 9 June 1771
  17. To Barnard at Eton; ?Milton, 16 Apr. 1775
  18. To Heberden at his house in Pall Mall; no place, no date
  19. To Heberden at his house in the Strand, incomplete; [Darking], no date
  20. To Heberden at his house in Pall Mall, incomplete; [Darking], no date
  21. ‘Mr Markland’s Note on Euripidis Supplices, 456’
Supplementary information 

265x210 mm. 38 fos. College bookplate (1792) inside front cover.

Autograph, with the exception of item 20. Paper. Red morocco on boards.

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