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The Marquess of QueensberryWilde's Nemesis$

Linda Stratmann

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(p.292) Bibliography

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The Marquess of Queensberry
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Archive sources

Bishopsgate Institute

Holyoake 2/42 1893 Diary of G. J. Holyoake 1893

Bodleian Library Oxford

Ms. Dep. Hughenden 125/1 ff. 230–240 Letter from Queensberry to Lord Beaconsfield, 7 Apr. 1879

Ms. Dep. Hughenden 125/1 ff. 241–244r Letter from Queensberry to Lord Beaconsfield, 10 Apr. 1879

British Library Manuscripts

26 Aug. 1841, Add. 40446 f. 17, Letter from Archibald Viscount Drumlanrig to Sir J. R. G. Graham

30 June 1846, Add. 40594 f. 503, Letter from Fanny Montgomery to Sir Robert Peel

18 Feb. 1848, Add. 44367 f. 81, Letter from Archibald Viscount Drumlanrig to W. E. Gladstone

c. 1852, Add. 43190 f. 379, Letter from Archibald Viscount Drumlanrig to Sir J. R. G. Graham

3 Jan. 1857, Add. 79735 f. 143, Letter from Sir J. R. G. Graham to Archibald, 8th Marquess Queensberry

18 Apr. 1881 unbound manuscripts, Add. 81731, Letter from W. E. Gladstone to Queensberry

24 Apr. 1883, Add. 44480 f. 242, Letter from Queensberry to W. E. Gladstone

Undated probably between 1884 and 1888, unbound manuscripts, Add. 81731, Letter from Queensberry to Lord Alfred Douglas

16 Nov. 1885, Add. 44493 f. 84, Letter from Queensberry to W. E. Gladstone

22 Dec. 1885, unbound manuscripts, Add. 81731, Letter from Herbert Spencer to Queensberry

7 Apr. 1889, Add. 44506 f. 154, Letter from Queensberry to W. E. Gladstone

11 Feb. 1891, Add. 44512 f. 92, Letter from Queensberry to W. E. Gladstone

14 Feb. 1891, Add. 44512 f. 103, Letter from Queensberry to W. E. Gladstone

22 Aug. 1893, unbound manuscripts, Add. 81723, Letter from Queensberry to Lord Percy Douglas

17 Sept. [1893?] unbound manuscripts, Add. 81723, Letter from Queensberry to Lord Percy Douglas

24 Nov. 1893, unbound manuscripts, Add. 81723, Letter from Edward St Clair Weeden to Lord Alfred Douglas

(p.293) 20 June [1894?], unbound manuscripts, Add. 81702, Letter from Sybil, Marchioness of Queensberry to Lord Alfred Douglas

Undated but probably Sept. 1894, unbound manuscripts, Add. 81702, Letter from Sybil, Marchioness of Queensberry to Lord Alfred Douglas

20 Jan. 1895, unbound manuscripts, Add. 81723, Letter from Queensberry to Lord Percy Douglas

14 Feb. 1895, unbound manuscripts, Add. 81723, Letter from Algy Bourke to Sybil Marchioness of Queensberry

18 Feb. 1895, unbound manuscripts Add. 81728, Letter from Queensberry to Lady A. M. Douglas

26 Feb. 1895, unbound manuscripts Add. 81728, Letter from Queensberry to Lady A. M. Douglas

27 Feb. 1895, unbound manuscripts Add. 81728, Letter from Queensberry to Lady A. M. Douglas

4 Mar. 1895, unbound manuscripts Add. 81728, Letter from Queensberry to Lady A. M. Douglas

6 Mar. 1895, unbound manuscripts Add. 81728, Letter from Queensberry to Lady A. M. Douglas

11 Mar. 1895, unbound manuscripts Add. 81728, Letter from Queensberry to Lady A. M. Douglas

12 Mar. 1895, unbound manuscripts Add. 81728, Letter from Queensberry to Lady A. M. Douglas

21 Mar. 1895, unbound manuscripts Add. 81728, Telegram from Queensberry to Lady A. M. Douglas

23 Mar. 1895, unbound manuscripts, Add. 81732, Letter from Queensberry to Lord Alfred Douglas

27 Mar. 1895, unbound manuscripts, Add. 81723, Letter from Queensberry to Lord Percy Douglas

10 or 16 Apr. 1895, unbound manuscripts, Add. 81732, Letter from Revd Lord Archibald Douglas to Lord Percy Douglas

Mar.–May 1895 unbound manuscripts, Add. 81723, Letters and telegrams between Queensberry and Stoneham

12 May 1895, unbound manuscripts, Add. 81728, Letter from Queensberry to Lady A. M. Douglas

14 May 1895, unbound manuscripts, Add. 81728, Letter from Queensberry to Lady A. M. Douglas

15 May 1895, unbound manuscripts, Add. 81732, Letter from Queensberry to Revd. Walters

28 June 1895, unbound manuscripts, Add. 81732, Letter from Lord Alfred Douglas to W. T. Stead

29 June 1895, unbound manuscripts, Add. 81728, Letter from Queensberry to Lady A. M. Douglas

Undated letters [c1895?], unbound manuscripts, Add. 81723, Queensberry to Lord Percy Douglas

c. July or Aug. 1895, Add. 81654, Oscar Wilde by Lord Alfred Douglas, typescript of unpublished article

Undated, but probably 1895, unbound manuscripts, Add. 81732, Letter from Lord Percy Douglas to the committee of the Army and Navy Club

Undated but probably 1895, unbound manuscripts, Add. 81702, Letter from Sybil, Marchioness of Queensberry to Lord Alfred Douglas

25 Dec. 1895, unbound manuscripts, Add. 81723, Letter from Queensberry to Lord Percy Douglas

15 Jan. 1896, unbound manuscripts, Add. 81723, Letter from Queensberry to Lord Percy Douglas

(p.294) 19 Dec. 1899, unbound manuscripts, Add. 81733, Letter from Lady Florence Dixie to Lord Percy Douglas

20 Dec. 1899, unbound manuscripts, Add. 81733, Letter from Lady Florence Dixie to Lord Percy Douglas

Undated but either Dec. 1899 or January 1900, unbound manuscripts, Add. 81702, Letter from Sybil, Marchioness of Queensberry to Lord Alfred Douglas

2 July 1911, unbound manuscripts, Add. 81736, Letter from Revd Lord Archibald Douglas to Lord Alfred Douglas

Copy of Oscar Wilde His Life and Confessions, with memories of Oscar Wilde by Bernard Shaw, by Frank Harris, with undated pencil annotations by Lord Alfred Douglas, Add. 81673

Douglas Family Collection

Letter from Lord Alfred Douglas to Lord Percy Douglas, 19 Aug. 1894

Telegram from Queensberry to Lord Percy Douglas, 16 Feb. 1895

Letter from Lord Alfred Douglas to Lord Percy Douglas, 5 Aug. 1897

Library of Congress, Washington, Dc

Moreton Frewen Papers, Manuscript Division, Box 43 ‘Miscellaneous 1889’

National Archives, London

ADM 6/472 Records of Royal Naval College

ADM 38/3797 Ship's muster, HMS Illustrious, 1 Jan. 1858–30 June 1858

ADM 38/3798 Ship's muster, HMS Illustrious, 1 July 1858–31 Dec. 1858

ADM 38/5487 Ship's muster, HMS Aboukir Jan.–Sept. 1860

ADM 38/5737 Ship's muster, HMS Britannia Jan.–Dec. 1859

ADM 38/6090 Ship's muster, HMS Edgar 11 July 1862–Mar. 1863

ADM 38/6091 Ship's muster, HMS Edgar Apr.–Dec. 1863

ADM 38/6092 Ship's muster, HMS Edgar Jan.–June 1864

ADM 38/6093 Ship's muster, HMS Edgar July–Dec. 1864

ADM 38/6730 Ship's muster, HMS Nile July–Dec. 1862

ADM 38/7334 Ship's muster, HMS Victory Apr.–June 1862

ADM 38/7337 Ship's muster, HMS Victory to 31 Mar. 1863

ADM 38/7338 Ship's muster, HMS Victory 1 Apr. 1863–30 June 1863

ADM 38/7434 Ship's muster, HMS Aboukir, 25 May 1859–15 Oct. 1862

ADM 38/7719 Ship's muster, HMS Cadmus 14 May 1859–6 May 1863

ADM 38/8031 Ship's muster, HMS Emerald 12 May 1859–7 Nov. 1863

ADM 38/8149 Ship's muster HMS Forte 14 Jan. 1860–8 Sept. 1864

ADM 38/8876 Ship's muster, HMS Rinaldo 3 May 1861–10 Feb. 1865

ADM 38/9247 Description book of HMS Vesuvius 13 May 1862–8 Nov. 1864

ADM 50/284 Journal of Admiral Keppel

ADM 50/317 Journal of Admiral Keppel

ADM 50/329 Journal of Admiral Robert Smart

ADM 53/6261 Ship's log HMS Illustrious, 12 July 1857–16 July 1858

ADM 53/6262 Ship's log HMS Illustrious, 17 July 1858–31 Dec. 1858

ADM 53/7357 Ship's log HMS Aboukir 26 May 1859–28 Nov. 1859

ADM 53/7358 Ship's log HMS Aboukir 29 Nov. 1859–26 May 1860

ADM 53/7623 Ship's log HMS Cadmus 17 Dec. 1862–6 May 1863

ADM 53/7751 Ship's log HMS Emerald, 29 Apr. 1861–5 Dec. 1861

ADM 53/7752 Ship's log HMS Emerald, 6 Dec. 1861–27 July 1862

ADM 53/7792 Ship's log HMS Britannia 1 Jan. 1859–31 Dec. 1860

(p.295) ADM 53/7904 Ship's log HMS Nile 21 July 1861–7 June 1862

ADM 53/7905 Ship's log HMS Nile 8 June 1862–25 Mar. 1863

ADM 53/8005 Ship's log HMS Forte from 28 Jan. 1860–31 Oct. 1860

ADM 53/8006 Ship's log HMS Forte from 1 Nov. 1860–23 May 1861

ADM 53/8007 Ship's log HMS Forte 24 May 1861–6 Mar. 1862

ADM 53/8046 Ship's log HMS Vesuvius 13 May 1862–17 Dec. 1862

ADM 53/8149 Ship's log HMS Rinaldo, 4 Jan. 1862–6 Sept.1862

ADM 53/8150 Ship's log HMS Rinaldo, 7 Sept. 1862–6 June 1863

ADM 53/8223 Ship's log HMS Revenge 15 Jan. 1862–9 Oct. 1862

ADM 53/8402 Ship's log HMS Edgar 30 May 1863–20 Feb. 1864

ADM 53/8403 Ship's log HMS Edgar 21 Feb. 1864–5 Dec. 1864

ADM 53/8760 Ship's log HMS Victory, 1 Jan. 1862–3 Jan. 1863

ADM 53/16349 Ship's log HMS Triumph 1 Jan. 1885–25 Apr. 1886

ADM 101/223 Medical journal of HMS Rinaldo 1 July–31 Dec. 1862 by Dr Archibald Leslie Archer, surgeon.

ADM 115/1 Ship record and establishment book, HMS Aboukir 25 May 1859–25 Aug. 1862

ADM 115/2 Ship record and establishment book, HMS Aboukir 25 May 1859–25 Aug. 1862

ADM 115/131 Ship record and establishment book, HMS Britannia, 1 Jan. 1859–31 Dec. 1863

ADM 115/132 Ship record and establishment book, HMS Britannia, 1 Jan. 1859–31 Dec. 1863

ADM 115/147 Ship record and establishment book, HMS Cadmus 7 May 1859–6 May 1863

ADM 115/320 Ship record and establishment book, HMS Edgar 11 July 1862–14 Dec. 1865

ADM 115/331 Ship record and establishment book, HMS Emerald 12 May 1859–7 Nov. 1863

ADM 115/407 Ship record and establishment book, HMS Forte 24 Jan. 1860–8 Sep. 1864

ADM 115/829 Ship record and establishment book, HMS Rinaldo 13 May 1861-10 Feb. 1865

ADM 115/1029 Ship record and establishment book, HMS Victory 1 Jan. 1862–31 Dec. 1866

ADM 196/15 Naval officers' service records (Queensberry)

ADM 196/37 Naval officers' service records (Queensberry)

ADM 196/43 Naval officers' service records (Percy Sholto Douglas)

B 9/428-9 Bankruptcy papers, Oscar Wilde

CRIM 1/41/6 Trial of Marquess of Queensberry for libel

DPP 1/96 Correspondence concerning possibility of prosecuting Lord Alfred Douglas

HO 45/24516 Correspondence concerning possibility of prosecuting Lord Alfred Douglas

J 77/532/16267 Annulment of Queensberry's marriage with Ethel

National Archives of Scotland

GD164/1942 Letter from Queensberry to Earl of Rosslyn

SC 15/41/11 p.p. 310–324 Testamentary papers of Archibald William Douglas

SC15/41/26 p.p. 1078–1086 Testamentary papers of John Sholto Douglas

SC15/41/28 p.p. 516–518 Additional inventory of John Sholto Douglas

SC15/41/28 p.p. 1262–1264 Additional inventory of John Sholto Douglas

CS116/43/2/1887 Scottish divorce papers

(p.296) National Library of Scotland, Rosebery Collection

MS 10075 f. 171 Letter from Queensberry to Earl of Rosebery 1879

MS 10076 f. 30 Letter from Queensberry to Earl of Rosebery May 1880

MS 10079 f. 122 Letter from Queensberry to Earl of Rosebery 16 Nov. 1882

MS 10083 f. 300 Letter from Queensberry to Earl of Rosebery 21 Sept. 1885

MS 10084 f. 191 Letter from Queensberry to Earl of Rosebery 23 Nov. 1885

MS 10085 f. 36, Letter from Queensberry to Earl of Rosebery 30 Jan. 1886

MS 10085 f. 69 Letter from Queensberry to Earl of Rosebery 15 Feb. 1886

MS 10065 f. 39 Letter from Queensberry to HM Queen 17 July 1893

MS 10098 f. 117 Copy of letter sent by Queensberry to W. E. Gladstone 20 Oct. 1894

MS10098 ff. 140–141 Letter from Ellis to Earl of Rosebery 22 Oct. 1894

MS 10089 f. 25 Letter from Drumlanrig to Earl of Rosebery 24 Mar. 1891

MS 10097 f. 241 Letter from Drumlanrig to Earl of Rosebery 18 Sept. 1894

MS 10016 f. 129 letter from Prince of Wales to Earl of Rosebery 2 Sept. 1893

MS 10176 ff. 255–259 Earl of Rosebery memorandum Aug. 1893

MS 10176 ff. 260–261 Copies of letters from Queensberry to Earl of Rosebery Aug. 1893

MS 10097 ff. 267–270 Letter from Henry Foley to Earl of Rosebery 21 Sept. 1894

MS 10049 ff. 42–44 Letter from Sir George Murray to Earl of Rosebery 19 Oct. 1894

MS 10049 ff. 45–48 Letter from Sir George Murray to Earl of Rosebery 22 Oct. 1894

MS 10098 ff. 183–6 Letter from Neville Waterfield to Earl of Rosebery 27 Oct. 1894

National Museum of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth

Item 303/79 Log HMS Aboukir, kept by C. A. Browne, Master's Mate June 1859–Oct. 1862

Royal Archives Windsor

PPTP/PP/QV/MAIN/1894/10728 Letter from Queensberry to Queen Victoria, 22 Oct. 1894

VIC/MAIN/A/25/117 Letter from Lord Palmerston to Queen Victoria, 8 July 1856

VIC/MAIN/C/28/58 Letter from Lord Aberdeen to Queen Victoria submitting Archibald Lord Drumlanrig's name as comptroller, 26 Dec. 1852

VIC/MAIN/D/42/104 Letter from Lord Rosebery to Queen Victoria, 12 June 1893

VIC/MAIN/L/21/83, 84, 86, 87, 87A Correspondence concerning the Drumlanrig peerage, 1893

VIC/MAIN/Y/60/234 Letter from Rosebery's secretary to the Queen from Bad Homburg, 29 Aug. 1893

VIC/ADDA5/423, 438 Letters from the Prince of Wales to Alfred Montgomery, possibly 1884 and 1886

Senate House Library, University of London

Herbert Spencer Archives undated letters 791/332

Southampton University, Palmerston Archives

RC/F/741/1 Letter to Lord Palmerston from Queen Victoria, 9 July 1856

PP/RC/FF/ 29/1, p. 1 Letter from Lord Palmerston to Queen Victoria, 14 June 1855

University of Tulsa, Oklahoma

Richard Ellmann Papers, Coll. No. 1988–012, Department of Special Collections and University Archives, McFarlin Library

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Ward, E. M., Memories of Ninety Years, Hutchinson, London, 1925

Warwick, Frances Countess of, Life's Ebb and Flow, Hutchinson, London, 1929

Watson, R. P., Memoirs of Robert Patrick Watson, Smith, Ainslie, London, 1899

West, Sir Algernon, Contemporary Portraits, T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1920

——, Recollections 1832 to 1886, Harper & Brothers, New York and London, 1900

Whymper, Edward, The Ascent of the Matterhorn, John Murray, London, 1880

——, Scrambles amongst the Alps in the Years 1860–69, John Murray, London, 1893

——, The Valley of Zermatt and the Matterhorn, a Guide, John Murray, London, 1897

Wilde, Oscar, The Works of Oscar Wilde, Hamlyn, London, 1977

Wilmot, Admiral Sir Sydney Marow Eardley, An Admiral's Memories, Sampson Low, London, 1927

Winton, John, ‘Life and Education in a Technically Evolving Navy: 1815–1925’, in J. R. Hill (ed.), Oxford Illustrated History of the Royal Navy, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1995

Wolff, Sir Henry Drummond, Rambling Recollections, Macmillan, London, 1908

Wyndham, V., The Sphinx and her Circle, André Deutsch, London, 1963

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(p.301) Periodicals

Aberdeen Journal (Aberdeen Weekly Journal from 1876)

Agnostic Journal

Bailey's Monthly Magazine of Sports and Pastimes

Bat

Belfast Newsletter

Bells' Life in London, and Sporting Chronicle

Birmingham Daily Post

Bridgwater Independent

Bridgwater Mercury

Bristol Mercury

Bulletin

Caledonian Mercury

Cape Monthly Magazine

Chameleon

Champion and Weekly Herald

Cork Examiner

Court Journal

Daily Alta California

Daily Chronicle

Daily News

Daily Telegraph

Dublin Mail

Dumfries and Galloway Courier

Dumfries and Galloway Standard and Advertiser

Dumfries Standard

Dundee Courier

Eastbourne Gazette

Echo

Edinburgh Evening Courant

Era

Essex County Standard

Evening Herald

Evening News

Examiner

Freeman's Journal

Freethinker

Friend of India (Calcutta)

Fun

Gazetter and London Advertiser

Gentlemen's Magazine

Glasgow Herald

Glasgow Mail

Globe

Graphic

Hampshire Telegraph and Sussex Chronicle

Hobart Tasmania Mercury

Hull Packet

Illustrated London News

Illustrated Police News

Irishman

Johannesburg Star

Land and Water

(p.302) Leeds Mercury

Leicester Chronicle and Leicestershire Mercury

Liverpool Mercury

Lloyd's Weekly

London Daily News

London Figaro

Manchester Guardian

Manchester Times

Mercury (Hobart)

Moonshine

Moray and Nairn Express

Morning Chronicle

Morning Post

National Observer

New York Herald (European edn)

New York Herald (US edn)

New York Times

Northampton Mercury

Northern Echo

Northern Star (Australia)

Nottingham Evening Post

Pall Mall Budget

Pall Mall Gazette

Penny Illustrated Paper

Preston Guardian

Racing Times

Reynolds's Newspaper

Royal Cornwall Gazette and Falmouth Packet, Cornish Weekly News & General Advertiser

Sacramento Daily Union

San Francisco Call

San Francisco Chronicle

Satirist

Scotsman

Secular Review

South Australian Advertiser

Sporting Gazette

Sporting Life

Sporting Times

Standard

Star

St James's Gazette

Sun

Telegraph

The Times

Truth

Vanity Fair

Weekly Register

West Australian

Western Mail

Westminster Gazette

Whitehall Review

Worcestershire Chronicle

World

York Herald

(p.303) Genealogical Data

Baptismal record of South Bersted 1842 accessed Family History Centre London, film 0918259

Parish Registers of Cummertrees 1733–1855 accessed Family History Centre London, film 1067957

Acts of Parliament and Official Publications

The Metropolitan Police Act 1839 (2 & 3 Vict. c. 47)

Section 11, The Criminal Law Amendment Act 1885 (48 & 49 Vict. c. 69)

The Libel Act 1843 (6 & 7 Vict. c. 96).

Admiralty Circular No. 288, 23 Feb. 1857

Accessed http://freepagesgenealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~pbtyc/Navy_List_1870/Mid_Exams.html

Online Resources

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Information on St Peter's Church, Zermatt accessed 18 Mar. 2011. http://www.ics-uk.org/churches/Switzerland_Zermatt.shtml

Sinnott, Nigel, ‘The Rev. Stewart Headlam and Friends: Anglo-Catholics, Atheists, Actors, Aesthetes and Radical’, Talk given to the Existentialist Society Melbourne, 1 Aug. 2006, http://www.hadland.me.uk/sinnott_headlam.pdf accessed 1 Mar. 2012