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Content: Holger Hoock, Empires of the Imagination: Politics, War, and the Arts in the British World, 1750-1850 (London: Profile Books, 2010). ISBN 978 1 86197. Bibliography For reasons of space, a bibliography could not be included in the book. This bibliography is divided into two main parts: I. Archives consulted (1) for a range of chapters, and (2) for particular chapters. [pp. 2-8] II. Printed primary and secondary materials cited in the endnotes. This section is structured according to the chapter plan of Empires of the Imagination, the better to provide guidance to further reading in specific areas. To minimise repetition, I have integrated the bibliographies of chapters within each sections (see the breakdown below, p. 9) [pp. 9-55].
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I. ARCHIVES
1. Archives Consulted for a Range of Chapters
a. State Papers
The National Archives, Kew [TNA]. Series that have been consulted extensively
appear in ( ).
ADM
Admiralty (1; 7; 51; 53; 352)
CO
Colonial Office (5; 318-19)
FO
Foreign Office (24; 78; 91; 366; 371; 566/449)
HO
Home Office (5; 44)
LC
Lord Chamberlain (1; 2; 5)
PC
Privy Council
T
Treasury (1; 27; 29)
WORK
Office of Works (3; 4; 6; 19; 21; 24; 36; 38; 40-41; 51)
PRO 30/8
Pitt Correspondence
PRO 61/54, 62, 83, 110, 151, 155 Royal Proclamations
b. Art Institutions
Royal Academy of Arts, London Council Minutes, vols. I-VIII (1768-1838) General Assembly Minutes, vols. I ­ IV (1768-1841)
Royal Institute of British Architects, London
COC
Charles Robert Cockerell, correspondence, diaries and papers, 1806-62
MyFam
Robert Mylne, correspondence, diaries, and papers, 1762-1810
Victoria & Albert Museum, National Art Library, London R.C. V.11­14: British Institution
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2. Archives Consulted for Particular Chapters
Prelude
British Library, London
Add. MS 28855
Standing Orders for the Campaigns 1760-61
Eg. 2672
Peter Oliver, `Journal of a Voyage to England in 1776, and of a
Tour through part of England', 2 vols, 1776­80
Lambeth Palace Library, London MSS 1130/I
The National Archives LC 2/30/1 LC 2/32 PC 1/15/20 WORK 21/1
National Maritime Museum, Greenwich MS 52/061 Capt. William Owen, Narrative [of his] Voyages and Travels: Part 2 1761-1771
I. War, Art, and Commemoration (c.1750-1815)
Archives Nationales, Paris F/13/204 F/21/576
Beinecke Library, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.
MSS 5171, 5279, 5282 Flaxman papers
MS 15918
Benjamin West funeral papers
OSB MSS Files, 13985
British Library, London
Add. MSS 28333 30804, fos 7-8 31158 32684 34907, 34930, 34990-34992 36498-36500 37844 38678 38759, fos 85-8 39780-91 40377, fos 217-8
Letters of Lord Nelson to his wife etc. W. Hersee to W. Haley Jervis Papers Draft abdication speech, George III Nelson Papers Cumberland Papers Windham Papers Collections concerning E. H. Baily, R.A. Journal of Col. Abercromby, 21-28 March 1801 (copy) Flaxman Papers Subscription list for Picton monument, Camarthen, 1825
Egerton MSS Eg. 2240 Eg. 2669
Letters of Lord Nelson to Alexander Davison, 1797-1805 Elisha Hutchinson Diary
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Cambridge University Library Add. 9389/6/H/16, Prince Hoare to Ignatius Bonomi, 10 Apr. 1816.
Corporation of London Record Office MSS 55.2: Minutes of Committee 1778­83
Geheimes Staatsarchiv Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Berlin GStA PK/HA I, GZ, Rep. 89, 20854 GStA PK/HA I, Rep. 89, 20863
Guildhall Library, Archives, Aldermanbury, London
GL London L 12, St Paul's Cathedral: Sketchbooks, correspondence; Statutes and Record Books; Chapter Act and Minute Book (DCPD), Minutes 1660-1784; Services and Sermons in the Cathedral; Admissions, appointments, elections and subscriptions of dignitaries and officials; choir and music; papers of J.S. Bumpus, Maria Hackett, Bishop Gibson.
Uncatalogued boxes [CF 3, 7, 25, 27, 36, 41, 46, 48, 49, 54-8, 61-2, 66-9, 73, 76, 85-6, 89, 92-3, 106-7]: a very extensive amount of C17-20th material re. fabric and decoration, property holdings, services, appointments, Dean & Chapter finances, administrative procedures, monuments, state occasions, Cathedral music, receipts of visitors' fees etc.
GL MSS 481 22298 25664/5-6 31590-3
Plan for arming the inhabitants of London, 1797; plan for the procession on 19 Dec. 1797 Pridden's Topographical Collections. St Paul's Cathedral St Paul's Cathedral, Dean & Chapter Muniment Books (1775-1796; 1796-1826) Patriotic Fund Archives
Guildhall Library, Print Room Box marked `St. Paul's, Rossi & Burgess'
Huntington Library, San Marino, California [HUN MSS]
HM 31201, v.1­17 Anna Larpent Diary, 17 vols, 1773­86, 1790­1830
HM 9567­85
New York State Society of Cincinnati Papers
POR 2168
Jane Porter [1803].
National Army Museum Archives, London
6807-74
Anon., Expedition to Egypt in 1801, MS notebook, n.d.
6807-336
Notebook and Diary of Ensign (afterwards Lt.) Thomas Blackwell,
1804-10
6807-345
Sir John Moore papers, 1808
7301-94
Abercromby correspondence, 1801
7406-34
Henry Murray letters, 1813-15
7407-142
Cadogan correspondence, 1812
8011-40
James Brown, Letters, 1798-1801
National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh
Dep 268
Records of the Highland Society of London
MS 3835
Abercromby-Dundas correspondence
MS 11159
Journal of Lord Minto, 1793
MS 11696
Correspondence Sir Robert Rollo Gillespie with Lord Minto
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National Maritime Museum, Greenwich
Some materials of 1790s and 1800s, also relevant to chapters 5­6, esp. Egypt.
ADM/L/B.187
Log of HMS Brunswick, Capt. Harvey, 1793-94
AGC/25/18
Plan indicating position of Collingwood's tomb in St Paul's in relation
to Nelson's
AGC/W/2
Thomas Wilkes correspondence
BGR/8
MS memoirs of William Clarke, Lieut. of Marines, written 1839
BGR/12
A rough Statement from rather imperfect Recollection of
Lieutenant David O'Brien Casey's Services and Sufferings in Her
Majesty's Navy, 22 November 1839
BGR/B/7
MS memoirs of George Lewis Browne, Capt. R.N.
COL/1, 14, 15
Collingwood Correspondence, 1792-1809
DAV/2/43-48
Frances Nelson to Alexander Davidson
DAV/3/1-5
Alexander Davidson
HIS/35
Illustrated poecket book, Lt Lewis Stephen Davis, 1794-1801
HOW/4, 11
Howe Papers
HSR/C/5
Events of the War between Denmark & England from the 30th of
March 1801 till the commencement of the Armistice negotiated on the
2nd of April According to official details & the testimony of eye
witnesses collected by K.H. Seidelin
HSR/Z/6
Joseph Brodie, Account of Camperdown, 11 Oct. 1797
JER/3, 4
Jervis Papers, 1797-8
JOD/156/1-3
The Wandering Sailor, MSS, 3 bound vols.
KEI/15/4
Keith--Elgin Correspondence
LBK/7
Lady Hamilton's correspondence with Alexander Davison, 1806-14
MID/11/5
Nicholas Pocock, Narrative of the Transactions of His Majesty's
Squadron, under the command of ... Nelson, on the First of August
1798, As illustrative of two pictures, ... designed by Nicholas Pocock
(n.d.)
MS89/009
List of Subscribers to a fund for the relief of wounded and relatives of
men killed at the battle of the Nile, Oct. 1799
PVS/5
Anon., Britannia Triumphant, a poem in honour of England's naval victories in
the French Revolutionary Wars (1798)
REC/57
Journal of Proceedings of HM Frigate Amazon 36 Guns Robert
Carthew Reynolds Esq, Commander that was wreck'd in Hodierne Bay
on the Coast of France, 14 Jan. 1797
RUSI/216
Nelson funeral ticket, 1806
RUSI/235/ER
Edward Riou Papers
RUSI/235/R
Philip Riou Papers
St Paul's Cathedral Library, St Paul's, London Cathedral guides Chapter Minute Books 1833-1990 Dean's Virger's desk diaries Order of services Music Succentor's quarterly reports and accounts and other records relating to Vicars' Choral Scrapbooks and albums Sidney Smith correspondence
Society of Antiquaries, London
MS 690
MS Records of St Paul's Cathedral, 1620-1797
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The National Archives, Kew
Admiralty
ADM 7/343
Memorials and Reports, 1787-99
ADM/101/102/10 Miscellaneous Journal by L. Gillespie, Naval Hospital, Martinique,
8 Nov. 1798 to 26 July 1800
Audit Office AO 12-13
American Loyalists Claims
Lord Chamberlain LC 2/37 LC 2/38 (2) LC 2/40/1-81
Funeral of Viscount Nelson Funeral Expenses, Viscount Nelson 1806 Funeral of Viscount Nelson
Maps & Prints MPD/1/78
National Monuments: Drawings, Contracts etc., 1798; 1814
Office of Works WORK 3/3 WORK 4/18-19 WORK 6/23-4 WORK 6/362/5
Letter Book, Misc., Lord Chamberlain 1786 to Aug. 1797 Minutes and Proceedings, 1793-1806 Misc., 1796-1809 Removal of Burgess monument into St Paul's Cathedral crypt, 1897
Privy Council PC 1/40/130
Privy Council, Non-Colonial Bundles, Nov. 1797, Miscellaneous
PRO misc. MSS AO/1/2501/452 PRO 30/8
Accounts for work on Nelson's tomb, 1816 Pitt Correspondence
Treasury T 1/815-955 T 1/4029 T2 T3 T 27/42-83 T 29/60-192
Treasury Papers Long Bundle National Monuments Registers of Papers Skeleton Registers General Out-letters, 1791-1820 Minute Books, 1789-1820
War Office WO 1/345
`Articles de la Capitulation proposйe par Abdoulahy Jacques Franзois Menou Gйnйral en Chef de l'armйe franзaise actuellement а Alexandrie'
Westminster Abbey Muniments Chapter Minutes for 1779, 1782 Funeral Fee Books 1760­1783, 1783-1811
York City Archives Acc. 163, Diary of Dr William White
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II. Empire, Archaeology, and Collecting (c.1760-c.1850)
The Mediterranean and the Near East
Archives Nationales, Paris F17 1101, dossier 3T British Library, London
Add. MSS 21026 25658-9 29859 30095-30144 30977 34582 36461-3 36488 C 38931-39164, 38975-81 40100-2 40565, 40574 43039-58 46839 47490 53724 58149-202 70849
Dr Thomas Young Correspondence James Burton Papers Papers relating to Robert Hay's Egyptian Expedition Papers of General Sir Robert T. Wilson Misc. Papers and Accompts re. to Layard Excavations Newton Correspondence J. C. Hobhouse Papers George Scharf, Journal of Journey to Asia Minor (1843-44) A. H. Layard Papers Henry Dundas Papers Robert Peel Papers Aberdeen Papers Inventory of Egyptian antiquities in the possession of the French authorities at Alexandria (fos 12­13) John Lee Papers Charles Fellows Papers Supplementary Layard Papers McCrimmon Collection
British Museum, London, Archives BM, C2691­2; 3560; 6475; 6519; 7628; 7844 BM, G.M. 1167 BM, O.P. XXIV-XLII BM, O.R. 41 Geheimes Staatsarchiv Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Berlin HA I, Rep. 81, VI.49-52 HA I Rep 89, GZ, 21351 HA III MdA III, 18422, 18766-7, 18770, 18778 HA III MdA I, 7197-8, 7313, 7369 PK, GZ I, 44a PK/ HA I, Rep. 76, Kultusministerium, V, Sect. 1, Tit. 11, Teil V B, Nr. 12, vols. I-III Huntington Library, San Marino, California [HUN MSS] FB 15­17, 52, 458 FV 51 National Archives of Scotland, Edinburgh GF45/4/45 Lt. G. Meredith to Maj.-Gen. Cavan, 6 Dec. 1801 Acc 12054 Sergeant William Newman's Journal, `The Hardships of War' (2 vols)
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National Army Museum Archives, London
6807-74
Anon., Expedition to Egypt in 1801, MS notebook, n.d.
6807-336
Notebook and Diary of Ensign (afterwards Lieut.) Thomas Blackwell,
n.p., 1804-10
7301-94
Abercromby correspondence, 1801
Royal Society of Literature Council Minutes vol. II.
Zentralarchiv der Berliner Museen, Berlin SBM-ZA, I/ДM 78, 80.
India Beinecke Library, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. MSS Vault Hilles/2 John Bacon to Charles Grant, 25 July 1804 British Library, India Office Records [IOR] F/4/186; 188; 193; 199; 222; 232; 454; 657 L/AG/1/1/1­87. P&D, Add. Or. 4174­6, P3110. British Library, Oriental and India Office Collections [OIOC] Bombay General Proceedings, III; VI; IX East India Company, Court Book 72 F/4/620; 699; 701; 776; 1118; 2645 L/P&J/3/37; 998; 1001 MSS Eur D108; 123 MSS Eur F128/202 MSS Eur F148 MSS Eur F218/213 MSS Eur, Mack Gen, vol. XVIII (recensions A and B) MSS Eur, Mack Misc 89-91 MSS Eur, Mack Private 2; 16; 74 III. Capital of Culture (1815-c.1850) The National Archives, Kew LC 1/6 T1/4029.6968 T27/74.174 WORK 21/8/1
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Holger Hoock, Empires of the Imagination (London, 2010). Bibliography © Copyright Holger Hoock 2009. II. Printed primary and secondary materials cited in the endnotes Materials I have used widely across the book include: Oxford Dictionary of National Biography Parliamentary records (parliamentary debates, journals, papers, select committee reports). Garlick, Kenneth, Angus Macintyre, Kathryn Cave (eds), The Diary of Joseph Farington, 16 vols (London and New Haven, 1978­84). [FD] Stephens, Frederic George and Mary Dorothy George (eds), Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires in the British Museum, 11 vols (London, 1870­1954). [BMC] The remainder of this bibliography is structured according to the chapter plan of Empires of the Imagination. Introduction: Sinews of Power and Empires of the Imagination Prelude. London, Autumn 1761 I. WAR, ART, AND COMMEMORATION (c.1750­1815) America (Introduction, chapters 1­2) Interlude Britain, Europe, Empire (chapters 3­4, Coda) II. EMPIRE, ARCHAEOLOGY, AND COLLECTING (c.1760­c.1850) The Mediterranean and Near East (Introduction, chapters 5­6) India (Introduction, chapters 7­8) III. CAPITAL OF CULTURE (1815­c.1850) (chapter 9) Conclusions: Cultural Politics, State, War, and Empire Epilogue: Empires Imagined at the Great Exhibition 9
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