Intellectual History Archive

Institute of Intellectual History

Author Files

These files were created while Patricia James was working on her biography of Malthus, and are organised in terms of authors who were contemporaries and critics of Mathus.

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James Archive V 6, pp. 6100-6257
James Archive V 6, pp. 6100-6257
One file labelled 'Jones, Whewell, West' containing notes and photocopies relating to Richard Jones, Malthus's successor at East India College, including copies of letters from Maria Edgeworth to Jones and a letter from Henry Malthus to Whewell, copies of Malthus's letters to Whewell (as well as an offprint of N. de. Marchi and R. P. Sturges article reprinting these letters).
James Archive V 7, pp. 6258-6446
James Archive V 7, pp. 6258-6446
One file labelled 'Wilmot Horton - Gouger' consisting of an annotated copy of R. N. Ghosh's article on Malthus's letters to Wilmot Horton on emigration, Malthus's evidence to the Select Committee on Emigration, together with marked photocopies of the originals held at Derby, and notes on the British Library holdings of pamphlets on emigration and colonisation by Wilmot Horton and Robert Gouger. There are also notes and photocopies relating to Charles Duchatel which are less obviously related to the other material in the file.
James Archive V 8, pp. 6447-6664
James Archive V 8, pp. 6447-6664
One file labelled 'Hazlitt - De Quincey - J. S. Mill - Statistics' containing notes and photocopies of works by and about Edward Coplestone, William Hazlitt, Thomas De Quincey, Robert Torrens, Joseph Priestley, and J.S.Mill, together with notes on modern authorities on population and national income statistics.
James Archive V 9, pp. 6665-6937
James Archive V 9, pp. 6665-6937
One file labelled 'Sismondi, 1979' containing the text of a lecture by James on "Malthus and Sismondi" together with notes and photocopies of works by and about Sismondi and Jean-Baptiste Say.

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