[PHILLIPPS, Sir Thomas (1792-1872)]. A collection of Phillipps manuscripts, including a gathering of correspondence of Sir Thomas Phillipps, most in Middle Hill Boards, comprising:
'Avvertimenti Lasciati dall'Imperator Carlo V a suo figlio', in Spanish, in an elegant 16th-century italic hand, 19ff., with a related text in Italian, 17th Century, 14ff. (Ph.5169)
'De Conquestu Anglie per Hispanos tempore Elizabethe Regine', in Italian, and seven related texts, in Spanish or Latin, 19th-century transcriptions, 37ff. (Ph.25664); with a longer printed text of 'De Conquestu Angliae' (1869), 12ff.
'Relacion de l'entrada de l'Almirante de Yngalaterra en Valladolid ... 1605', with three other papers, in Spanish, Italian and Latin, 19-th century transcriptions, 25ff (Ph.21873)
Mathematical exercise book of John Phillips, with 'Statement of Accounts of Thos Phillipps Esqr late of Manchester 1797' (annotation in hand of Sir Thomas Phillipps), and other papers, 60ff. (no Ph. number);
A book of 20 lottery tickets for St Brigid's Orphanage, Dublin, annotated by Sir Thomas Phillipps 'A Specimen of the Lottery Ticketts by which the Jesuit Roman Catholics swindled the foolish Protestants out of 400.000 £ to build their convents and Monasteries 1867' (marked III.d.27)
Sir Thomas Phillipps. Two autograph letters (one signed, 1847, the other an incomplete draft to Henry Petrie at the Record Office, concerning extracts from Henry de Bodenham, 1826) and 15 letters to him, and one other, 1820-1847, relating to the history and antiquities of Oxfordshire and the Middle East (including four from correspondents in Bombay, one from Tabriz, Persia), and other antiquarian matters, 43ff.
And 32 printed works relating to or owned by Sir Thomas Phillipps, including Phillipps's annotated proof copy of Index to Cartularies (Middle Hill Press, 1839); 17th-century pamphlets concerning the Earl of Perth; and modern reference works.