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  1. Proofs

    Proof: The Charge of the Light Brigade

    Copy in Emily, Lady Tennyson's hand, with corrections and alterations in Alfred Tennyson's hand.

    Physical Description: 17.9cm. MS Single sheet folded.

    Date: 1854

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: 1854 TRC/P/60

  2. Proofs

    Proof: [The Charge of the Light Brigade]

    In Emily, Lady Tennyson's hand, with corrections and alterations in Alfred Tennyson's hand.
    At top right hand corner of recto is 'First Draft'.

    Physical Description: 22.5cm. ms. Single sheet.

    Date: 1854

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: 1854 TRC/P/61

  3. Proofs

    Proof: The Charge of the Light Brigade

    Copy in Emily, Lady Tennyson's hand.

    Physical Description: 17.8cm. ms Single sheet folded.

    Date: 1854

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: 1854 TRC/P/62

  4. Proofs

    Proof: [The Charge of the Light Brigade]

    Copy of the poem in Emily, Lady Tennyson's hand. Duplicate reference, also TRC/M/58

    Physical Description: 25.2cm. ms. Single sheet of blue paper, folded.

    Date: 1854

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: 1854 TRC/P/63

  5. Proofs

    Proof: The Charge of the Light Brigade

    Proof copy for The Examiner, with corrections in the hand of John Forster.

    Date: 1854

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: 1854 TRC/P/64

  6. Proofs

    Proof: The Charge of the Light Brigade

    Galley proof of the poem which appeared in The Examiner, Saturday 9th December, 1854.
    Corrections in Alfred Tennyson's hand.

    Physical Description: 25.9 cm.

    Date: 1854

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: 1854 TRC/P/65

  7. Proofs

    Proofs: Maud and Other Poems

    pp151-154.
    Trial or proof copy of for 1st edition.

    Physical Description: 16.5cm. Bound in brown calf with gilt tooling, there is no title page.

    Date: 1855

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: 1855 TRC/P/217

  8. Proofs

    Proof: The Charge of the Light Brigade

    Printed in two columns, incorporates corrections, but shows an alteration in the 5th stanza.

    Physical Description: 22.9cm.

    Date: 1854

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1854 TRC/P/67

  9. Proofs

    Proof: The Charge of the Light Brigade

    Copy of the poem as it first appeared in 'The Examiner' of the 9th December, 1854.
    Alterations in Emily, Lady Tennyson's hand.
    With a note, 'Presented by the late Willingham Rawnsley. MA, JP.'

    Physical Description: 21.8cm.

    Date: 1854

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: 1854 TRC/P/68

  10. Proofs

    Proof: The Charge of the Light Brigade

    Corrected proof.
    Attached is a note in the hand of John Forster, dated 8th August 1855.

    Physical Description: 28.1cm. Single sheet folded.

    Date: [1855]

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: [1855] TRC/P/69

  11. Proofs

    Ms of letter from Alfred Tennyson to the 'Brave Soldiers'

    Added to the 2,000 copies of Charge of the Light Brigade sent to the troops in October 1855.
    There is an added note in Emily Tennyson's hand.

    Physical Description: 20cm.

    Date: undated [c1855]

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: undated [c1855] TRC/P/70

  12. Proofs

    Proof: The Charge of the Light Brigade

    Privately printed.Note duplicate reference number, appears in Nancie Campbell as TRC/W/3875

    Physical Description: 25.8cm

    Date: 1855

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: 1855 TRC/P/71

  13. Proofs

    To the Queen

    Page proofs for Tennyson's poem 'To the Queen' with substantive autograph revisions and reconsidered readings bound with the text of an ms unpublished letter from Tennyson to Queen Victoria in an unknown hand, and an unrelated autograph letter signed by 'AT' to Knowles dated July 1878. Notes on the proof by Professor Aidan Day are included.

    Physical Description: 22.5cm. Bound in brown calf with VR gilt tooling on the front and the back

    Date: 1872

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: 1872 TRC/P/222

  14. Proofs

    Proof: The Charge of the Light Brigade

    Galley proof of the poem which appeared in The Examiner, Saturday 9th December, 1854.
    Corrections in Alfred Tennyson's hand

    Note duplicate reference.
    Appears in Nancie Campbell, Tennyson in Lincoln as TRC/W/3868

    Physical Description: 25.9 cm.

    Date: 1854

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: 1854 TRC/P/65

  15. Proofs

    Proof: The Charge of the Light Brigade

    Corrected proof.
    Attached is a note in the hand of John Forster, dated 8th August 1855.

    Note duplicate reference.
    Appears in Nancie Campbell, Tennyson in Lincoln as TRC/W/3874

    Physical Description: 28.1cm. Single sheet folded.

    Date: [1855]

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: [1855] TRC/P/69

  16. Proofs

    Proof: The Charge of the Light Brigade

    Galley proof of the poem which appeared in The Examiner, Saturday 9th December, 1854.
    Corrections in Alfred Tennyson's hand

    Note duplicate reference.
    Appears in Nancie Campbell, Tennyson in Lincoln as TRC/W/3868

    Physical Description: 25.9 cm.

    Date: 1854

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: 1854 TRC/P/65

  17. Proofs

    Proof: The Charge of the Light Brigade

    Corrected proof.
    Attached is a note in the hand of John Forster, dated 8th August 1855.

    Note duplicate reference.
    Appears in Nancie Campbell, Tennyson in Lincoln as TRC/W/3874

    Physical Description: 28.1cm. Single sheet folded.

    Date: [1855]

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: [1855] TRC/P/69

  18. Proofs

    Proof: The Charge of the Light Brigade

    Proof copy for The Examiner, with corrections in the hand of John Forster.
    Duplicate reference number, also TRC/W/3871 (as appears in Nancie Campbell).

    Date: 1854

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: 1854 TRC/P/64

  19. Proofs

    Proof: The Charge of the Light Brigade

    Printed in two columns, incorporates corrections, but shows an alteration in the 5th stanza.
    Duplicate reference number. Appears on elecetonic catalogue as TRC/P/67 and in nancie Capmbel as TRC/W/3870

    Physical Description: 22.9cm.

    Date: 1854

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1854 TRC/P/67

  20. Proofs

    Proof: The Charge of the Light Brigade

    Copy of the poem as it first appeared in 'The Examiner' of the 9th December, 1854.
    Alterations in Emily, Lady Tennyson's hand.
    With a note, 'Presented by the late Willingham Rawnsley. MA, JP.'
    Duplicate reference number. Appears on electonic catalogue as TRC/P/68 and in Nancie campbell as TRC/W/3873

    Physical Description: 21.8cm.

    Date: 1854

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: 1854 TRC/P/68

  21. Proofs

    Proof: The Charge of the Light Brigade

    Proof copy for The Examiner, with corrections in the hand of John Forster.
    Duplicate reference number, also TRC/W/3871 (as appears in Nancie Campbell).

    Date: 1854

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: 1854 TRC/P/64

  22. Proofs

    Proof: The Charge of the Light Brigade

    Galley proof of the poem which appeared in The Examiner, Saturday 9th December, 1854.
    Corrections in Alfred Tennyson's hand

    Note duplicate reference.
    Appears in Nancie Campbell, Tennyson in Lincoln as TRC/W/3868

    Physical Description: 25.9 cm.

    Date: 1854

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: 1854 TRC/P/65

  23. Proofs

    Proof: The Charge of the Light Brigade

    Printed in two columns, incorporates corrections, but shows an alteration in the 5th stanza.
    Duplicate reference number. Appears on elecetonic catalogue as TRC/P/67 and in nancie Capmbel as TRC/W/3870

    Physical Description: 22.9cm.

    Date: 1854

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1854 TRC/P/67

  24. Proofs

    Ms of letter from Alfred Tennyson to the 'Brave Soldiers'

    Added to the 2,000 copies of Charge of the Light Brigade sent to the troops in October 1855.
    There is an added note in Emily Tennyson's hand.

    Physical Description: 20cm.

    Date: undated [c1855]

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: undated [c1855] TRC/P/70

  25. Proofs

    Proof: The Charge of the Light Brigade

    Copy of the poem as it first appeared in 'The Examiner' of the 9th December, 1854.
    Alterations in Emily, Lady Tennyson's hand.
    With a note, 'Presented by the late Willingham Rawnsley. MA, JP.'
    Duplicate reference number. Appears on electonic catalogue as TRC/P/68 and in Nancie campbell as TRC/W/3873

    Physical Description: 21.8cm.

    Date: 1854

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: 1854 TRC/P/68

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