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Princeton University. Library. Special Collections
Consists primarily of selected correspondence of the Duke of Wellington, chiefly with Robert Dundas, 2nd Viscount Melville. Wellington is best known as the British general who defeated Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo (1815).
Box p-000151, Folder 6
Consists of a group of engravings and drawings related to Mormon history. There are drawings of the houses of Brigham Young and Joseph Smith, the Nauvoo Temple, and the Nauvoo Expositor office. There are also engravings depicting numerous famous Mormon figures and their homes. The creators/collectors of these materials are unknown.
Box b-001683, Folder 1
This is an early 19th-century English manuscript biographical dictionary of notable people involved in the French Revolution. There is an index recording entries for over 150 names in the volume. Engravings are pasted in and illustrate descriptions of the people listed in the volume. The engravings are published by M. Jones and dated 1806-1808. There are a number of tipped-in newspaper clippings throughout to expand on biographical descriptions, and at the front of the volume is pasted in a printed handbill advertising a work entitled "Mock Court of St. Cloud, With real and assumed Names of its illustrious Members," printed for Bowdery Kerby, 190, Oxford Street; and J. Rodwell, New Bond Street, [1812].