Browse by Addressee

Photograph of David Livingstone and Anna M. Livingstone, c.1857-1866. Copyright Wellcome Library, London. CC BY 4.0

Cite page (MLA): "Browse by Addressee." Livingstone Online. Adrian S. Wisnicki and Megan Ward, dirs. University of Maryland Libraries, 2018. Web.

This page allows users to browse our digital collection by the individuals to whom the given items are addressed. Note: this section to does not provide access to all the items in our digital collection as some items (e.g., maps, diaries, etc.) do not have an addressee.

  • Eardley, Culling E., 1805-1863 (1) - Religious liberal and philanthropist. Served as M.P. for Pontefract 1830-31. Was longtime Treasurer of the London Missionary Society.
  • Eastlake, Lady Elizabeth, 1809-1893 (2) - Author and critic. With her husband, Charles Eastlake, center of the "Eastlake Circle" of artists and writers.
  • Ebury, Lord, 1801-1893 (1) - Robert Grosvenor. Created Baron Ebury 1857. Religious reformer within the Church of England. Presided over the revision of the Book of Common Prayer in 1874.
  • Eisdell, Rebecca (1) - Educator. With younger sister Roseanne, ran a select establishment for young ladies at The Cedars in Church Street, Epsom. Was headmistress and taught general literature. Best known pupils were Livingstone's children.
  • Elliot, Gilbert Wray, 1833-1910 (1) - Civil servant. Served as Deputy Commissioner of Customs.
  • Ellis, William, 1794-1872 (1) - Missionary and member of the London Missionary Society. Worked in what would become French Polynesia, the Hawaiian Islands, and Madagascar. Married the writer Sarah Stickney and himself became known as a keen scientific and ethnographic observer through his publications.
  • Elwin, Whitwell, 1816-1900 (3) - Prose writer. Rector of Booton 1849-1900. Edited the Quarterly Review 1853-60. Also edited various poetical works.
  • Everybody in the House [Family] (1)