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Collection Overview

Title: Wyse family papers, 1816 - circa 1942Add to your cart.

ID: 01/01/MSS00073

Primary Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte (1826-1892)

Other Creators: Wyse, Nellie Bonaparte, Wyse, Thomas, Sir (1791-1862)

Extent: 13.3 Cubic Feet

Arrangement:

This collection is arranged in the following series:

Series 1: Manuscripts and notebooks

Series 2: Books, pamphlets, and broadsides

Series 3: Correspondence

Series 4: Photographs

Items that are not listed in the contents of a particular box are shelved in UL6S, pending a move to reunite them with the rest of the Wyse collection.

Date Acquired: 00/00/1965

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The archives of the Wyse family, a prominent Irish literary family of Waterford, Ireland, contain diaries and journals, unpublished literary works, account and letter-books, as well as published volumes and photographs. There is a great deal of literary material, ranging from the poetry, travel accounts, and other papers of Sir Thomas Wyse, a politician and diplomat of the early nineteenth century, to the mid-twentieth century verse of his great-granddaughter, Nellie Bonaparte Wyse.

The most important figure in the collection is Sir Thomas's son, William Charles Bonaparte Wyse, who played an important part in the Provencal literary movement known as the Felibrige. In the collection are many manuscripts with much unpublished poetry, diaries containing copies of correspondence with English, French, Provencal and Catalan writers and accounts of talks with them, scrapbooks with autograph letters from various literary figures, accounts of his reading, with critical remarks, catalogs of his personal library, photograph albums with signed pictures of Provencal and Catalan authors, many with original verse, and letters, as well as his published works, most of which are extremely rare and hard to find.

Correspondents of William Wyse include other writers such as George Meredith, Edmund Gosse, Stephane Mallarme, and the Irish poet Aubrey de Vere, as well as his intimates of many years, Frederic Mistral, Joseph Roumanille, Donnadieu and other felibres of the revival of Provencal poetry in the nineteenth century. His papers provide numerous insights into a movement which has had a major influence upon modern poetry in the English language.

Biographical Note

Son of Sir Thomas Wyse of Ireland, William Charles Bonaparte Wyse became one of the guiding spirits of the Provencal literary movement known as Felibrige.  After Mistral and Aubanel, he can be rated as one of the half-dozen most important poets among the some two hundred writers engaged in this movement, and as one of the most creative in his use of form and symbolism.

He was for many years an intimate of Mistral, Roumanille, Donnadieu, and other felibres of the revival of Provencal poetry in the nineteenth century.

Administrative Information

Repository: University of Illinois Rare Book & Manuscript Library

Access Restrictions: Open to researchers.

Use Restrictions:

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The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted materials.

Under certain conditions specified in the law, libraries and archives are authorized to furnish a photocopy or other reproduction. One of these specified conditions is that the photocopy or reproduction is not to be "used for any purpose other than private study scholarship or research." If a user makes a request for, or later uses, a photocopy or reproduction for purposes in excess of "fair use," that user may be liable for copyright infringement.

This institution reserves the right to refuse to accept a copying order if, in its judgement, fulfillment of the order would damage materials or involve violation of copyright law.

Acquisition Method: Purchased in 1965.

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Series 2: Books, pamphlets, and broadsidesAdd to your cart.
Box 1Add to your cart.
Item 78: Lou vin di felibre, [1866]Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

Later put to music and sung at meetings of the Felibre.

Location: Aubanel fr., Avignon]

Language: Provencal.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte.
Processing Information: Date Inputted: 2004/04/06
Item 79: Traduccio inglesa de la "Balada de Cataluna" de Ventura Ruiz Aquilera, 1868Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

English translation by W. C. Bonaparte Wyse; first edition, original printed blue wrapper.

Location: Charles Clark, Bath

Language: English.

Creator: Aquilera, Venura Ruiz.
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Item 80: The hoe. An ode. By Blue Butterfly, 1868Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

First edition, original printed blue wrapper; L.H. Bonaparte Wyse's copy with his signature on front cover.

Location: Isaiah W.N.  Keys & Son, Plymouth

Language: English.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte. Publisher: Isaiah W.N.  Keys & Son, Plymouth.
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Item 91: The old fisherman of Logh Rea (a semi-realistic study), [1871]Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. Unbound as issued; 60 copies printed. Dedicated to his cousin, Thomas Wyse, who was drowned in the lake several years later. Alterations in Wyse's autograph.

Location: [W. & P. Daly, Galway]

Language: English.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte. Publisher: [W. & P. Daly, Galway].
Physical Description: 4 p.
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Item 92: Limerick old-town. Impressions of a tourist, [1871/02/10]Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. Unbound as issued. A note in his bibliography states that his was printed in Dublin. A commentary, in verse, on the general squalor of Limerick (a condition which still prevails).

Location: [Limerick]

Language: English.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte.
Physical Description: 4 p.
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Item 95: Lou chaine-verd, [1875]Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. Printed in gold. This was reprinted the following year as the first item in "L'Arc-de-Sedo?".

Location: [Aubanel fr., Avignoun]

Language: Provencal.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte.
Physical Description: 2 p.
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Item 96: Li viei (Les veillards), [1876]Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. Unbound as issued. Poem in Provencal with prose translation in French. Dated from Plymouth, November 1876.

Location: [Imprimerie Centrale du Midi (Hamelin Freres), Montpellier]

Language: Provencal, French.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte. Publisher: [Imprimerie Centrale du Midi (Hamelin Freres), Montpellier].
Physical Description: 4 p.
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Item 97: La cabeladuro d'or. Pouesio prouvencalo per Guihen-C. Bonaparte-Wyse, 1876Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. Original printed gray wrappers. In Provencal verse with translation into French prose.

Location: Emprimerie Centralo dou Miejour, Mount-Pelie

Language: Provencal, French.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte. Publisher: Emprimerie Centralo dou Miejour, Mount-Pelie.
Physical Description: 10 p.
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Item 98: L'arc-de-sedo dou chaine-verd, 1876Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. Original dark blue wrappers printed in gold. Text printed in blue with red borders on yellow tinted paper. Autograph inscription on inside front wrapper, "Au Chancelie dou Felibrige ? WCBW".

Location: A l'Ensigno di Miau, Tettigopolis

Language: Provencal, English.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte, and others. Publisher: A l'Ensigno di Miau, Tettigopolis.
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Item 99: La cansoun capouliero dou felibrige seguido d'un brinde pourta lou jour de Santo Estello in Avignoun, 1877Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. Sent to the Grand assembly of the Felibrige held at Avignon on May 21, 1876.

Location: Enco de L. W. N. Keys a Fieu, Plymouth

Language: Provencal.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte. Publisher: Enco de L. W. N. Keys a Fieu, Plymouth.
Physical Description: 8 p.
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Item 100: Les deux touristes, 1879Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. Original printed tan wrappers. Based upon an incident that happened to Wyse and his wife. Dedicated to Mrs. Wyse. Madame Coote was "Membre d'honneur et Dame patronesse des Councours litteraire.

Location: J. Marchand, Antibes

Language: French.

Creator: Coote, C.-D.
Physical Description: 16 p.
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Item 101: Lord Brougham et Cannes, 1879Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. Unbound as issued. Unopened. Translation into French prose of his Provencal verses which won first prize at the "Centenaire de Lord Brougham," in 1879.

Location: Typographie et Lithographie Marius Olive, Marseille

Language: French.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte. Publisher: Typographie et Lithographie Marius Olive, Marseille.
Physical Description: 7 p.
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Item 102: In memoriam of the Prince Imperial of France. Four sonnets, by a grand-nephew of Napoleon the GreatAdd to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed., privately printed. Original printed wrappers. Text printed on ribbed, bluish-gray paper. A note in his manuscript bibliography: "Scribner sent me a check for 10 pounds for these four sonnets".

Location: Isaiah W.N.  Keys, Plymouth

Language: English.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte. Publisher: Isaiah W.N.  Keys, Plymouth.
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Item 108: Vox clamantis: or, letters on the Land League, ? with a letter from James Anthony Froude on the present crisis in Ireland, 1880Add to your cart.

Book.

1st ed. Anti Land League, Anti Parnell. Also contains original poems, "God Help Ireland," and "The Loyal City.".

Location: William Ridgway, London

Language: English.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte.
Physical Description: 59 p.
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Item 111: The Hyaena-Ass; or, Hibernia flagellata. By Outis Nemo, 1881Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

A few copies of "God Help Ireland," "Hip, Hip, Hurray!", "Who can Doubt It." and "Gall-Stones," were bound up together with this general title for the collection.

Location: Printed for Intimates only, Tomi (Plymouth)

Language: English.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte.
Physical Description: 2 leaves
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Item 112: Hip, hip, hurrah! 1881. (Another song for the times). By Outis Nemo, 1881Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. Anti Parnell.

Location: Privately printed, Tomi (Plymouth)

Language: English.

Creator: Wyse, Willliam Charles Bonaparte].
Physical Description: 7 p.
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Item 113: Who can doubt it? (Yet one more song for the times). By Outis Nemo, 1881Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. An attack on the Home-Rule Policy of Gladstone and his Land-Bill.

Location: Privately printed, Tomi (Plymouth)

Language: English.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte.
Physical Description: 7 p.
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Item 114: Gall-stones. A mental pain delivery. By Outis Nemo, 1881Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. Contains fourteen poems, one of which is in Provencal, all venting his exasperation with the state of Ireland.

Location: Privately printed, Tomi (Plymouth)

Language: English.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte.
Physical Description: 20 p.
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Item 115: Lou cap incoumparable." Is estajan urous dou cap d'Antibo, 1881Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. Original printed blue wrappers. Poem in Provencal followed by a translation into French.

Location: Isaian W.N. Keys, Plymouth

Language: Provencal, French.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte. Publisher: Isaiah W.N. Keys, Plymouth.
Physical Description: 14 p.
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Item 116: On occasion of Roumania constitutiong herself a kingdom. An ode .. With a french translation by Constant Hennion., 1881Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. Original printed violet wrappers. Queen Elizabeth (Carmen Sylva) was an old friend.

Location: Isaiah W.N.  Keys, Plymouth

Language: English, French.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte. Publisher: Isaiah W.N.  Keys, Plymouth.
Physical Description: 12 p.
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Item 117: Dos fantasie felibrenco. Lou cant de cieune de belladoun e la deificacioun dou vent-terrau, 1881Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. Original printed gray wrappers. The two poems first appeared in Revue des Langues romanes.

Location: Imprimerie Centrale du Midi (Hemelin Freres), Montpellier

Language: Provencal.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte. Publisher: Imprimerie Centrale du Midi (Hemelin Freres), Montpellier.
Physical Description: 16 p.
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Item 119: Epithalamium on occasion of the nuptials of the Marquis de Villeneuve-Esclapon-Vence and of the Princess Jeanne Bonaparte. By W.C.B.-W., 1882Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. Original printed pink wrappers. Printed in pink-tinted papers. Contains also a translation of the poem into French.

Location: Isaiah W.N.  Keys, Plymouth

Language: English, French.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte. Publisher: Isaiah W.N.  Keys, Plymouth.
Physical Description: 15 p.
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Item 120: La cansoun dou paire dis Arquin, 1881Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. Original printed blue wrappers. In Provencal and French verse.

Location: Enco de l'Epops, Nephelecoccygio (Plymouth)

Language: Provencal, French.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte. Publisher: Enco de l'Epops, Nephelecoccygio (Plymouth).
Physical Description: 9 p.
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Item 121: Les felibres. Sir Bonaparte-Wyse, 1882Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. Original printed tan wrappers. Seems to be the earliest separately printed monograph on Wyse and his poetry. 3 page bibliography at end which contains partial list of his publications to 1878.

Location: J.-C. Richaud, Gap

Subject: Felibrige

Language: French.

Creator: Roque-Ferrier, Alphonse. Publisher: J.-C. Richaud, Gap.
Physical Description: 11 p.
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Item 122: Un felibre irlandais. W.-C. Bonaparte-Wyse, 1882/11Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. Original printed gray wrappers. Titlepage printed in red and black. First substantial appreciation of Wyse's work. Review his growth as Provencal poet from his meeting with Mistral in 1859.

Location: Imprimerie Pitrat Aine, Lyon

Subject: Felibrige

Language: French.

Creator: Marieton, Paul. Publisher: Imprimerie Pitrat Aine, Lyon.
Physical Description: 19 p.
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Item 125: Left out in the cold:" ou la preface dou Marquis de Villeneuve-Esclapon-Vence a "Li piado de la princesso" de William-C. Bonaparte-Wyse, 1882Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. When the "Piado" was eventually issued it was dedicated to Vaseli Alecsandri and the preface was by Roque-Ferrier.

Location: Imprimerie d'Isaiah W.N. Keys, Plymouth

Language: French.

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Library Notes: 2 copies, one soft-bound, one hard-bound.

Creator: Villeneuve-Esclapon-Vence, Marquis de. Publisher: Imprimerie d'Isaiah W.N. Keys, Plymouth.
Physical Description: 25 p.
Item 126: Discours fa dins la vilo coumtalo de fourcauquie I jo flourau de prouvenco (14 de Mai de 1882), 1882Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. Original printed bluish-gray wrappers. Wyse's Presidential address in Provencal and French.

Location: Empremarie Centralo dou Miejour (Hemelin Fraire), Mount Pelie

Language: Provencal, French.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte. Publisher: Empremarie Centralo dou Miejour (Hemelin Fraire), Mount Pelie.
Physical Description: 21 p.
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Item 128: Soulou levant. Pouemo, 1883Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. Original printed gray wrappers. Poem in Provencal with a translation into French prose.

Location: Imprimerie Pitrat, Lioun

Language: Provencal, French.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte. Publisher: Imprimerie Pitrat, Lioun.
Physical Description: 11 p.
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Item 129: Tararara poun-poun ?", 1883/11Add to your cart.

Tiny broadside.

On verso: "Lou Paire dis Arquin (Bon- -i- le)".

Location: Cinoun

Language: Provencal.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte.
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Item 130: The greased plank: or projected liberal legislation for Ireland. By Hibern Pessimistes, 1884Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. Attack, in verse, on Home-Rule. Evidently the copy given to his son, Lucien as it bears his name in Wyse's autograph.

Location: Privately printed, Akman-Chester (Bath)

Language: English.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte.
Physical Description: 4 leaves
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Item 132: Les poetes de la langue d'oc. Portraits litteraires. William-Charles Bonaparte-Wyse, 1884Add to your cart.

Book.

1st ed. Original printed tan wrappers. Most extensive study of his poetry made during his lifetime. Donnadieu had offered, a year earlier, to be his literary executor.

Location: Imprimerie Centrale du Midi, Hamelin Freres, Monpellier

Language: French.

Creator: Donnadieu, Frederic. Publisher: Imprimerie Centrale du Midi, Hamelin Freres, Monpellier.
Physical Description: 68 p.
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Item 135: Divertimen eleni, frances e prouvencau imagine per William-C. Bonaparte-Wyse a prepaus de la quaranto-tresenco odo d'Anacreoun e a l'ounour du premie centenari de la mort de l'Abat Favre, 1885Add to your cart.

Broadside.

1st ed. Printed in parallel columns.

Location: Estampa per li Fraire Hamelin, Mount-Pelie,

Language: French, Greek, Provencal.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte. Publisher: Estampa per li Fraire Hamelin, Mount-Pelie.
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Item 138: The welcome of the loyalists of Waterford to their future king and queen, on occasion of their auspicious visit to Curraghmore. April the 14th, 1885. By Kalomeros Sapiens, 1885Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. Visit of Edward and Alexandra to Ireland.

Location: "Standard" Steam-Printing Works, Waterford

Language: English.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte. Publisher: "Standard" Steam-Printing Works, Waterford.
Physical Description: 4 leaves
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Item 144: Loyal staves in commemoration of the Jubilee of Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria, 1887Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. Original printed red wrappers.

Location: Isaiah W.N.  Keys, Plymouth

Language: English.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte. Publisher: Isaiah W.N.  Keys, Plymouth.
Physical Description: 14 p.
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Item 145: Cansoun prouvencalo per lou Jubileu de la Reino-Emperairis Victoria, 1887Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. Poem in Provencal with a literal translation into English.

Language: Provencal, English.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte.
Physical Description: 3 leaves
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Item 149: William-Charles Bonaparte-Wyse, 1887Add to your cart.

Pamphlet (?).

1st ed. Original printed gray wrappers. This material first appeared in the "Pantheon du Merite" for May 16, and in the "Echo-des-Bouches-du-Rhone" for July 17, 1887.

Location: Achille Makaire, Librarie Felibreene, Aix

Language: French.

Processing Information: Date Inputted: 2004/04/06

Library Notes: unopened

Creator: Gantelmi d'Ille, Charles, marquis de.
Item 150: Three dreams of home rule, viz:- I. -The dream of Tim Flanagan of Poolphoula, II. -The dream of Father Tynn of Ballybullpost, and III. -The author's dream, 1888Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. Original printed blue wrappers. Satirical verses on Irish politics, "The Dream of Tim Flanagan" is in dialect.

Location: Printed at the Union Offices, Dublin

Language: English.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte.
Physical Description: 16 p.
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Item 161: Un prince ecrivain. William-Charles Bonaparte-Wyse., [1891]Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. Original printed gray wrappers. The manuscript and proofs were revised by WCBW. See Journals for this year.

Location: Au "Semeur", Paris

Language: French.

Creator: Fuster, Charles.
Physical Description: 11 p.
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Item 162: Embassy to Provence, An, 1893Add to your cart.

'Book.

Location: Century Co, New York

Language: English.

Creator: Janvier, Thomas. Publisher: Century Co, New York.
Physical Description: 132 p.
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Item 168: Dicours prounouncia is oussequi dou Prince Guihen Bonaparte-Wyse, majourau dou felibrige, lou 7 Desembre de 1892, 1892Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

Location: Estamperie F. Robaudy, Cano

Language: Provencal.

Creator: Raimbault, Maurici. Publisher: Estamperie F. Robaudy, Cano.
Physical Description: 8 p.
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Item 172: Catalogue of miscellaneous & general literature, being portion of the library of the late Mr. William C. Bonaparte-Wyse, of the Manor of St. John's, Waterford., 1893Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

Location: J.H. Keys, Plymouth

Language: English.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte. Publisher: J.H. Keys, Plymouth.
Physical Description: 33 p.
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Item 173: Eloge d'en Bonaparte-Wyse ?, 1893Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

Location: Roumanille, Avignoun

Language: Provencal.

Creator: Mouzin, A. and Louis Astruc.
Physical Description: 14 p.
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Item 188: Un felibre irlandais. William Bonaparte-Wyse: sa correspondance avec Mistral, 1917Add to your cart.

'Book.

Location: Alphonse Lemerre, Paris

Language: French.

Creator: Charles-Roux, J.
Physical Description: 350 p.
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Item 191: Anthologie du felibrige provencal ? tome premier. Les fondateurs du felibrige et les premiers felibres, 1920Add to your cart.

'Book.

Location: Librarie Delagrave, Paris

Language: French.

Creator: Julian, Ch.-P and P. Fontan.
Physical Description: 460 p.
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Item 192: Viceregal committee of enquiry into primary education (Ireland) 1918. Report of the committee, 1919Add to your cart.

'Book.

Location: Dublin

Language: English.

Creator: Wyse, Andrew Nicolas Bonaparte.
Physical Description: 2 vols
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Item 214: Le Canal de Panama, 1886Add to your cart.

Book.

Autographed presentation copy.

Location: Librairie Hachette et Cie, Paris

Language: English.

Creator: Wyse, Lucien N.B.
Processing Information: Date Inputted: 2004/04/29
Box 2Add to your cart.
Item 189: William Bonaparte-Wyse "Un felibre irlandais" ? and a chapter on "The Wyses of Waterford", 1917Add to your cart.

'Book.

Location: The Waterford News, Ltd., Waterford

Language: French and English.

Creator: Connolly, John A.
Physical Description: 57 p.
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Item 199: The golden eagle. A historic romance, 1956Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

Location: Privately Printed [Dolmen Press, Glenageary]

Language: English.

Creator: Wyse, Nellie Bonapart[e].
Physical Description: 4 leaves
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Item 200: St. Jude Thaddeus, 1958Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

Location: Privately Printed [Dolmen Press, Dublin]

Language: English.

Creator: Wyse, Nellie Bonaparte.
Physical Description: 2 leaves
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Item 201: Maire Macushla. Poetical and musical recital, 1968Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

Location: Privately Printed [Dolmen Press, Dublin]

Language: English.

Creator: Wyse, Nellie Bonaparte.
Physical Description: 3 leaves
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Item 202: The spell of the Baba Yaga; the death witch of Russian folk-lore, 1958Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

Location: Privately Printed [Dolmen Press, Dublin]

Language: English.

Creator: Wyse, Nellie Bonaparte.
Physical Description: 3 leaves
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Item 203: La Nereide. A poetical & musical interlude, 1959Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

Location: Privately Printed [Dolmen Press, Dublin]

Language: English.

Creator: Wyse, Nellie Bonaparte.
Physical Description: 3 leaves
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Item 204: Ecclesville, 1961Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

Location: Dolmen Press, Dublin

Language: English.

Creator: Wyse, Nellie Bonaparte.
Physical Description: 2 leaves
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Item 213-1t: From: The Northern Whig and Belfast Post. To: Wyse, May Bonaparte., 1930-?Add to your cart.

Clippings.

Engagement and honeymoon photos of May Bonaparte Wyse, daughter of Andrew Napoleon.

Location: Belfast

Language: English.

Processing Information: Date Inputted: 2004/04/13

Library Notes: embrittled

Physical Description: 2 newspaper clippings
Item 213-1u: From: The Northern Whig and Belfast Post. To: Wyse, Andrew., 1939/06/08Add to your cart.

Clippings.

Location: Belfast

Language: English.

Processing Information: Date Inputted: 2004/04/13

Library Notes: embrittled

Physical Description: 1 newspaper clipping
Item 213-2d: Wateford sonnets, 1917/09/21 [-1917/10/05?]Add to your cart.

Clippings.

Language: English.

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Library Notes: embrittled

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte
Physical Description: 4 newspaper clippings
Item 213-2h: From: The Wheel on the Fly. To: The Morning Post., 1925/12/15Add to your cart.

Clippings.

Language: English.

Physical Description: 1 newspaper clipping
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Item 213-2m: Les poetes francais contemporains (Nouvelle Bibliotheque Populaire)., [1889?]Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

Location: Henri Gautier, Paris

Language: English.

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Library Notes: embrittled

Creator: Simond, Charles (ed.?)
Physical Description: 32 p.
Item 213-2y: Poetes provencaux contemp. (Nouvelle Bibliotheque Populaire, n. 97), 189-Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

Location: Henri Gautier, Paris

Language: French, Provencal.

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Library Notes: embrittled

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte
Physical Description: 32 p., + autograph description of same
Item 213-2zAdd to your cart.

Photographs.

Language: French.

Physical Description: 2 photographs
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Item 27: Historical sketch of the late Catholic Association of Ireland, 1829Add to your cart.

Book.

WCBW's copy with his bookplate. The Association had been formed by TW's great-grandfather, Thomas Wyse, with Dr. John Curry and Charles O'Conor of Ballenagar.

Publisher: Henry Colburn, London

Language: English.

Creator: Wyse, Thomas, Sir. Publisher: Henry Colburn, London.
Physical Description: 2 vols.
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Item 33: Saunders' portraits and memoirs of eminent living political reformers, 1840Add to your cart.

Book.

WCBW's copy with note and initials on end-leaf. Contains an account of TW's parlimentary activities and a portrait engraved by Scriven after Duppa.

Publisher: J. Dowding, London

Subject: Politics; Thomas Wyse

Language: English.

Creator: Saunders, John. Publisher: J. Dowding, London.
Physical Description: 238 p.
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Item 59: Studolmina. Polka-Mazurka pour piano, [ca. 185-]Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

Dedicated "A Mme. La Cesse. Studholmina de Solms nee Bonaparte-Wyse." This was WCBW's half-sister, the illegitimate daughter of his mother by Captain Studholm John Hodgeson. She made a series of most.

Publisher: Prilipp, Paris

Language: French.

Creator: Reyer, E. (Louis Ernest Etienne Rey).
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Item 71: Scattered leaves: or, random records of many moods and many places, [1865-1870]Add to your cart.

Book.

With an autographed frontispiece. This book is a bibliographical nightmare. Wyse, in his manuscript bibliography, where the work is entered under this date, 1865, states: "This vol. was printed at dif.

Location: Isaiah W.N. Keys, Plymouth

Language: English.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte. Publisher: Isaiah W.N. Keys, Plymouth.
Physical Description: 331 p.
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Item 72: Scattered leaves: or, random records of many moods and many places, [1865-1870]Add to your cart.

Book, ann.

This was WCBW's working copy. It contains hundreds of alterations in his hand. A number of pages have been suppressed. Evidently revised for a new edition which was never published.

Location: Isaiah W.N. Keys, Plymouth

Language: English.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte. Publisher: Isaiah W.N. Keys, Plymouth.
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Item 82: Moans of a moribund, or sick-bed sonnets. By W.C.B.W., 1869Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. Autograph presentation copy to Mrs Wyse with the inscription: "To my own dear Ellen - my good wife, WCBW - thanks to her no moribund." In special binding. First sonnet crossed out.

Location: Pr. For the author, at Clark's Steam Printing Office, Bath

Language: English.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte.
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Item 87: La confession d'un poete, 1870Add to your cart.

'Book.

Location: Librairie Internationale, Paris

Language: French.

Creator: Semenow, Nicolas de. Publisher: Librairie Internationale, Paris.
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Item 90: Impressions of Greece ? and letters from Greece to friends at home by Arthur Penrhyn Stanley, 1871Add to your cart.

Book.

WCBW's copy with his bookplate. The introduction by T.W.'s niece, Winifrede Wyse, gives an interesting summary of his career as Ambassador to Greece.

Location: Hurst and Blackett, London

Language: English.

Creator: Wyse, Thomas, Sir. Publisher: Hurst and Blackett, London.
Physical Description: 332 p.
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Item 93: The good-natured bear ? with thirty illustrations by Ernest Griset, [1874]Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. In special presentation binding of purple cloth with "Lucien W.F.V. Bonaparte Wyse," on front cover and Wyse crest on back. Engraved portrait of Horne laid in. Unpub. verse in Horne's autogra.

Location: Alexander Strahan, [London]

Language: English.

Creator: Horne, Richard H. Publisher: Alexander Strahan, [London].
Physical Description: 46 p.
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Item 124: Li piado de la princesso. Per l'autour di "Parpaioun blu." Em un avans-prepaus Frances d'en Anfos Roque-Ferrier, 1882Add to your cart.

'Book.

Location: Empremarie Isaiah W.N. Keys, Plymouth

Language: Provencal.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte. Publisher: Empremarie Isaiah W.N. Keys, Plymouth.
Physical Description: XXXIV, 248 p.
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Item 140: Le canal de Panama, 1886Add to your cart.

'Book.

Location: Librarie Hachette et Cie, Paris

Language: French.

Creator: Wyse, Lucien Napoleon Bonaparte.
Physical Description: 403 p.
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Item 152: Overton Hall, a complimentary lyric by Blue Butterfly, 1889Add to your cart.

Pamphlet.

1st ed. Original printed wrappers. The inside back wrapper has a key to the residents of Overton Hall mentioned in the poem.

Location: W. Mate and Sons, Bournemouth

Language: English.

Creator: Wyse, William Charles Bonaparte]. Publisher: W. Mate and Sons, Bournemouth.
Physical Description: 4 p.
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