The following books, by or about Old Shirburnians and members of School Staff, are held in the Historic Library & Rare Book Collection at Sherborne School:

OLD SHIRBURNIANS

Patrick John MacAlister ANDERSON (1915-1979).
(School House 1929-1934).

Patrick Anderson, Dolphin Days: A Writer’s Notebook of Mediterranean Pleasures (London, Victor Gollancz Ltd., 1963).  Presented to Sherborne School Library by the author, January 1974.

Patrick Anderson, On This Side Nothing: A Collection of Verse (privately printed by the Caxton & Holmesdale Press, Sevenoaks).  No. 49 of a first edition of 100 copies.  Presented to Sherborne School Library by the author, July 1931.

Patrick Anderson, Over the Alps: Reflections on Travel & Travel Writing, with special reference to the Grand Tours of Boswell, Beckford and Byron (London, Rupert Hart-Davis, 1969).  Presented to Sherborne School Library by the author, January 1974.

Patrick Anderson, The Smile of Apollo: A Literary Companion to Greek Travel (London, Chatton & Windus, 1964).  Presented to Sherborne School Library by the author, January 1974.

Patrick Anderson, Snake Wine.  A Singapore Episode (London, Chatto & Windus, 1955).

John Anthony Charles ARDAGH (1928-2008).
(Abbey House 1942-1946).

John Ardagh, France in the 1980s: The Definitive Book (Penguin Books Ltd., 1984).

John Ardagh, Rural France: The People, Places and Character of the Frenchman’s France (London, Century Publishing, 1983).

Patrick William George BARNES (1915-2008).
(Westcott House 1928-1932).

Patrick Barnes, Tail of the Marathon (1998).

Patrick Barnes, Tail of the Triathlon (1998).

John Barnes BARTLETT (1834-1901).
(Sherborne School 1847-1850).

The Boy’s Own Annual, Volume 12, nos.560-610, 5 October 1889-20 September 1890 (London, Boy’s Own Paper Office).

Includes J.B. Bartlett, ‘A Yarn of the King’s School, Sherborne’, pp.455-456 (19 April 1890, vol. 12, no.588); and A.N. Malan, ‘Uncle Towser: A Story for Boys Young and Old’, pp.6-8,22-24, 40-42, 55-58, 75-77, 86-88, 97-99, 113-115, 131-133,153-154, 169-171, 182-183, 201-203, 217-218, 230, 245-246, 259-260, 275-277, 291-293, 311-314, 325-326, 341-342, 357-359, ‘Beware of the Hydrophagon! A Story of School and Country Life’, pp. 603-605, 619-620, 636-638, 649-650, 664-666, 685-687, 696-699, 714-716, 725-727, 742-744.

Also includes p.79, table of athletics results (mile, quarter mile, 100 yards, hurdles, throwing cricket ball, high jump, long jump) for public Schools for 1889; pp.474-475, School cricket; pp.735-736, A Boy’s Guide to School and School Life.

Anthony BERKELEY (1893-1971).
Pseudonym of Anthony Berkeley COX (1893-1971) (The Green 1907-1911).  Also wrote under the pseudonym, Francis Iles.

Anthony Berkeley, Mr Priestley’s Problem (Harmondsworth, Penguin Books, 1948).

Anthony Berkeley, Murder in the Basement (Harmondsworth, Penguin Books, 1947).

Nicholas BLAKE (1904-1972).
Pseudonym of Cecil DAY-LEWIS (1904-1972) (Harper House 1917-1923).

Nicholas Blake, The Beast Must Die (London, John Lehmann, 1938. Donated by H.W.M. Brewer.

Nicholas Blake, The Case of the Abominable Snowman (Harmondsworth, Penguin Books Ltd., 1954). Donated by H.W.M. Brewer.

Nicholas Blake, The Deadly Joker (London, Pan Books Ltd., 1972. Donated by H.W.M. Brewer.

Nicholas Blake, The Dreadful Hollow (New York, Harper & Row, 1979). Donated by H.W.M. Brewer.

Nicholas Blake, End of Chapter (London, The Crime Club, 1957). Donated by H.W.M. Brewer.

Nicholas Blake, Head of a Traveller (London, J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd., 1986). Donated by H.W.M. Brewer.

Nicholas Blake, Malice in Wonderland (London, Fontana Books, 1961). Donated by H.W.M. Brewer.

Nicholas Blake, Minute for Murder (London, Pan Books Ltd., 1953). Donated by H.W.M. Brewer.

Nicholas Blake, The Morning after Death (London, The Crime Club, 1966). Donated by H.W.M. Brewer.

Nicholas Blake, A Penknife in My Heart (London, The Crime Club, 1958). Donated by H.W.M. Brewer.

Nicholas Blake, The Private Wound (London, The Crime Club, 1968). Donated by H.W.M. Brewer.

Nicholas Blake, A Question of Proof (London, Fontana Books, 1963). Donated by H.W.M. Brewer.

Nicholas Blake, The Sad Variety (London, Pan Books Ltd., 1964). Donated by H.W.M. Brewer.

Nicholas Blake, The Smiler with the Knife (London, Fontana Books, 1965). Donated by H.W.M. Brewer.

Nicholas Blake, A Tangled Web (London, Fontana Books, 1958). Donated by H.W.M. Brewer.

Nicholas Blake, There’s Trouble Brewing (London, The Crime Club, 1937).  With a typescript note stuck to the front board ‘The interest of this book lies not in its merit as a detective story, which is no more than average, but in the identity of its author and its setting.  Nicholas Blake is the nom de plume of C. Day Lewis (OS) the well-known poet, and the story has certain recognisable references to the town of Sherborne (whether intentional or otherwise).’

Nicholas Blake, There’s Trouble Brewing (London, Pan Books Ltd., 1949). Donated by H.W.M. Brewer.

Nicholas Blake, Thou Shell of Death (London, Fontana Books, 1962). Donated by H.W.M. Brewer.

Nicholas Blake, The Whisper in the Gloom (New York, Harper & Row, 1977). Donated by H.W.M. Brewer.

Nicholas Blake, The Widow’s Cruise (New York, Dell Publishing Co., 1963). Donated by H.W.M. Brewer.

Nicholas Blake, The Worm of Death (Feltham, Hamlyn Paperbacks, 1980). Donated by H.W.M. Brewer.

Thomas Matthew BRADBY (b.1967).
(Abbey House 1980-1985).

Tom Bradby, Blood Money (London, Bantam Press, 2009).

Percy Warner James BUCKMAN (1865-1948).
(School House 1880-1883).

George C. Williamson and Percy Buckman R.M.S., The Art of the Miniature Painter (London, Chapman & Hall Ltd., 1926).

James Charles Critchell BULLOCK (1898-1953).
(Lyon House 1913-1916).

These books relate to J.C. Critchell Bullock’s expedition with John Hornby into the Canadian Barren Lands in 1924-1925:

Malcolm Waldron, Snow Man: John Hornby in the Barren Lands (New York, 1997).  With a new introduction by Lawrence Millman.

George Whally, The Legend of John Hornby (Toronto, Macmillan of Canada, 1977).

Clive Powell-Williams, Cold Burial: A True Story of Endurance and Disaster, (London, Penguin Books Ltd., 2002).

Barnabas James BUTTER (b.1940).
(School House 1953-1957).

Barney Butter, Good God Butter! Adventures in the Middle East and East Africa (Wells, St Andrews Press, 2015).

Alan Hugh CAMPBELL (1919-2007).
(School House 1932-1937).

Alan Campbell, Colleagues and Friends (Salisbury, Michael Russell Publishing Ltd., 1988).

Arthur William CARR (1893-1963).
(School House 1907-1911).

A.W. Carr, Cricket with the Lid Off (London, Hutchinson & Co. Ltd., 1935).  Purchased by Peter Lapping at a sale of old cricket books at the Cheltenham Cricket Festival.

Peter Wynne-Thomas, Arthur Carr: The Rise and Fall of Nottinghamshire’s Bodyline Captain (Chequered Flag Publishing, 2017).

Benjamin John Lionel CARVER (b.1941).
(Lyon House 1955-1959).

Ben Carver, Captain Charles Fryatt: Courageous Mariner of the First World War (Stroud, Amberley Publishing, 2016).  Signed by the author.

William Rowley CHADWICK (1934-2011).
(Harper House 1948-1951).

W.R. Chadwick, The Rescue of the Prague Refugees 1938/39 (Leicester, Matador, Troubadour Publishing Ltd., 2010).

Reginald Warren CHETHAM-STRODE (1896-1974).
(Abbey House 1910-1913).

Warren Chetham-Strode, Three Plays and a Prologue (A Play for Ronnie, The Guinea-Pig, Background) (London, Heinemann, 1960).  Presented to the author and inscribed by him, September 1966.

Victor Vaughan Reynolds Geraint CLINTON-BADDELEY (1900-1970).
(Harper House 1913-1918).

V.C. Clinton-Baddeley, Plays (Aladdin, The Pride of the Regiment, Jolly Roger ) (London, The Westminster Press, 1931).  Donated and signed by the author, July 1933.

V.C. Clinton-Baddeley, Sherborne Story: A Chronicle Play (Winchester, Warren & Son Ltd., 1950).

Kenneth de Burgh CODRINGTON (1899-1986).
(The Green 1913-1917).

K. de B. Codrington, Cricket in the Grass (London, Faber & Faber, 1959). Ex dono A.B. Gourlay, 1971.

Christopher Arthur COLDREY (b.1928).
(Abbey House 1941-1945).

Christopher & Victoria Coldrey, Breaking and Training Young Horses (Swindon, The Crowood Press, 1990).  Signed by the authors, 1991.

Charles Henry COLLINGWOOD (b.1943).
(Westcott House 1957-1960).

Charles Collingwood and Alison Maloney, Brian and Me (Michael O’Mara Books, 2009).

Patrick Anthony John CORDINGLEY (b.1944).
(The Green 1958-1963).

Sue Limb & Patrick Cordingley, Captain Oats: Soldier and Explorer (London, B.T. Batsford Ltd., 1982).

Peter Edward Brazil COY (1922-2014).
(The Green 1937-1940).

Peter Coy, Village in Modern Mexico: San Nicolás Tlaminca (2009). Donated to Sherborne School Library by Peter Coy.

Marcus Crossley CUMBERLEGE (b.1938)
(Harper House 1952-1956).

Marcus Cumberlege, Selected Poems 1963-2009 (Uitgeverij Van de Wiele, Brugge).  Inscribed: ‘For Sherborne School, presented by Sir John Weston on behalf of Marcus Cumberlege (the best poet as a Sherborne boy of his generation) 28/9/13 National Poetry Day.’

Ronald Charles Elliot CUNNINGHAM (1915-2007).
(School House 1929-1933).  Stagename ‘The Great Omani’.

The Great Omani (Roy Cunningham), The Crowd Roars: Tales from the Life of a Professional Stuntman (Brighton, QueenSpark Books, 1998).

Cyril Were DAVSON (1881-1969).
(The Green 1895-1897).

Cyril W. Davson, The Physics of the Primary State of Matter and Application through the Primary Technique (London, Elverton Books, 1956).  Presented to Sherborne School library by the author, November 1962.

Cecil DAY-LEWIS (1904-1972)
(Harper House 1917-1923).  Also wrote under the pseudonym, Nicholas Blake.

Cecil Day-Lewis and Charles Fenby (ed.), Anatomy of Oxford (London, Jonathan Cape, 1938).  Inscribed to G.J.B. Watkins, Oxford, 17 April 1942.

Cecil Day-Lewis (ed.), A Book of English Lyrics (London, Chatton & Windus, 1961).

Cecil Day-Lewis, Country Comets (London, Martin Hopkinson & Co. Ltd., 1928).

Duffers Jubilee 1898-1948.  Includes ‘H.R.K., Sherborne and the Duffers’ by C. Day-Lewis, pp.23-34.

Cecil Day-Lewis, The Buried Day (London, Chatto & Windus, 1960).

Cecil Day-Lewis, A Hope for Poetry (Oxford, Basil Blackwell, 1942).

Cecil Day-Lewis, An Italian Visit (London, Jonathan Cape, 1953).

Cecil Day-Lewis, Noah and the Waters (London, Hogarth Press, 1936).

Cecil Day-Lewis, The Otterbury Incident, illustrated by Edward Ardizzone (Penguin Books Ltd., 1970).

Cecil Day-Lewis, We’re Not Going to Do Nothing (a reply to Mr Aldous Huxley’s pamphlet, ‘What are you going to do about it?’) (London, Left Review, 1936). [The pamphlet was in fact written by Rex Warner as Day-Lewis did not have the time]

Jill Balcon (ed.).  C. Day Lewis: Selected Poems (London, Enitharmon Press, 2004).

Sean Day-Lewis, C. Day-Lewis:  An English Literary Life (London, Unwin Paperbacks, 1982).

Victor Hugo, Poèmes Choisis 1922-1865 (London, J.M. Dent & Co, 1908).  Inscribed ‘C. Day Lewis, May 1921’ and ‘D.E.C. Russell, March 1940’.

Kevin More DESMOND (b.1950).
(Lyon House 1963-1968).

Kevin Desmond, Gustave Trouvé: French Electrical Genius (1839-1902), foreword by John Devitt (Jefferson, McFarland & Co. Inc., 2015).

Harold Giles DIXEY (1893-1974).
(Abbeylands 1907-1910).

Giles Dixey, Cento Poetae (Oxford, H.G. Dixey, 1949).  Inscribed ‘G.O’H from H.G.D. Christmas ‘49’.

Giles Dixey, Clipt Yews (Oxford, H.G. Dixey, 1948).  Inscribed ‘G.O’H. from H.G.D. You were right – one keeps on! Christmas ‘48’.

Giles Dixey, Exigua Musa (Oxford, H.G. Dixey, 1956).  Inscribed ‘G.O’H. from G.D., Christmas ’56 – a pendant to our card!’

Giles Dixey, Flashes from the Files of a Section Morse Class in the R.N. Auxiliary (formerly Minewatching) Service (Oxford, H.G. Dixey, 1965).  Inscribed ‘G.O’H with all good wishes from H.G.D., June ‘65’.

Giles Dixey, Fūrin: Collected Verses (Oxford, B.H. Blackwell, Ltd., 1948).

Giles Dixey, He Sent Back “Rats!” (Oxford, H.G. Dixey, 1969).  Inscribed ‘To G.O’H. from the author with love, Aug ‘69’.  With covering letter from Giles Dixey to Geoffrey O’Hanlon, 17 August 1969.

Giles Dixey, Hymns without Faith (Oxford, H.G. Dixey, 1946).  Inscribed ‘G.O’H from H.G.D. 1946’.

Giles Dixey, Minims Retrieved (Oxford, H.G. Dixey, 1966).  Inscribed ‘G.O’H from G.D. May ‘66’.

Giles Dixey, More Haikaics (Oxford, H.G. Dixey, 1964).  Inscribed ‘G.O’H from H.G.D., July ‘64’.

Giles Dixey, Retrospect and Other Verses (Oxford, H.G. Dixey, 1932).  Inscribed ‘From H.G.D. with best wishes for Christmas and the New Year, 1932’.

Giles Dixey, The Tale of Eros and Psyche Retold (Oxford, H.G. Dixey, 1931).  Inscribed ‘G.O’H from H.G.D.’

Giles Dixey, This Impertinence (Oxford, H.G. Dixey, 1967).  Inscribed ‘G.O’H. from G.D. July ‘67’.  With a covering letter from Giles Dixey to Geoffrey O’Hanlon, 18 July 1967.

Giles Dixey, A Passage in Square Rig (Oxford, H.G. Dixey, 1958).  Inscribed ‘G.O’H. from H.G.D. 1958’.  With a covering letter from H.G. Dixey to Geoffrey O’Hanlon, 16 May 1958.

Giles Dixey, Proofs of Endeavour (Oxford, H.G. Dixey, 1963).  Inscribed ‘G.O’H. from Giles Dixey with all good wishes, Aug ‘63’.  With a covering letter from Giles Dixey to Geoffrey O’Hanlon, 17 August 1963.

Giles Dixey, Rejoinders (Oxford, H.G. Dixey, 1959).  Inscribed ‘G.O’H from H.G.D. Oct ‘59’.  With a covering letter from Giles Dixey to Geoffrey O’Hanlon, 9 October 1959.

Giles Dixey, Small Events and Other Verses (Oxford, H.G. Dixey, 1950).  Inscribed ‘G.O’H. from H.G.D., Oct ‘50’.

Giles Dixey, Sonnets from the Levant (Oxford, H.G. Dixey, 1946).  Inscribed ‘G.O’H. from H.G.D. 1946’.

Giles Dixey, Sonnets from Libyan Tripoli (Oxford, H.G. Dixey, 1946).  Inscribed ‘G.O’H. from H.G.D. 1946’.

Giles Dixey, Sonnets from the Western Desert (Oxford, H.G. Dixey, 1946).  Inscribed ‘G.O’H. from H.G.D. 1946’.

Giles Dixey, Sonnets in Sand, (Oxford, H.G. Dixey, 1946).  Inscribed ‘G.O’H. from H.G.D. 1946’.

Giles Dixey, Versions and Afterthoughts (Oxford, H.G. Dixey, 1934).  Inscribed ‘G.O’H. from H.G.D., Feb ‘35’.

Giles Dixey, A View of Poetry (Oxford, H.G. Dixey, 1950).  Inscribed ‘G.O’H. from H.G.D. May ‘50’.

Stanley John Harper DURNFORD (1920-1995).
(School House 1934-1938).

John Durnford, A Form of Consolation Poems, 1942-1945 (1984). Presented by the author to Sherborne School Library, May 1984.

John Durnford, Immortal Diamond (Ilfracombe, Arthur H. Stockwell Ltd., 1975).  Signed by the author, 12 June 1975.

Richard Frere EBERLIE (b.1932).
(School House 1945-1950).

R.F. Eberlie, Growing up in a Doctor’s Family. The Memoirs of Dick Eberlie: Part 1, 1932 to 1956 (2014). Signed by the author.

R.F. Eberlie, District Officer in Tanganyika. The Memoirs of Dick Eberli: Part 2, 1956 to 1960 (Bluemoon Print and Promotions, Cornwall, 2014).  Signed by the author.

R.F. Eberlie, The Winds and Wounds of Change. The Memoirs of Dick Eberlie: Part 3, 1961 to 1965 (Bluemoon Print and Promotions, Cornwall, 2016).

R.F. Eberlie, Aden: The Curtain Falls.  Memoirs of Dick Eberlie: Part 4, 1965 to 1967 ((Bluemoon Print and Promotions, Cornwall, 2016).

Dick Eberlie and Christopher Jary, Bullshit Baffles Brains.  An Account of the Dorsets in Hong Kong 1952-54 (Bluemoon Print & Promotions, 2015).

Zachary EDWARDS (1838-1909).
(School House 1854-1857).

Zachary Edwards, Avilion, and other poems (London, Chapman & Hall, 1907).  Inscribed: ‘Rev. F.B.  Westcott with compliments from Zachary Edwards 21 June 1907’.

Richard Charles Hastings EYRE (b.1943).
(Westcott House 1956-1961).

Richard Eyre, National Service: Diary of a Decade at the National Theatre (Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2004). Donated by Harry Brewer.

Edward Cambridge FFOOKS (1896-1956).
(School House 1910-1912).

E.C. Ffooks, The Family of Ffooks of Sherborne in the County of Dorset (Privately Printed, 1958).  Ex dono A.G. Gourlay, 1971.

William FORSYTH (1812-1899).
(Attended Sherborne School c.1828).

William Forsyth, Hortensius: or The Advocate. An Historical Essay (London, John Murray, 1849).  Inscribed ‘Presented to the King’s School Library by the author, 25 March 1868’.

Robert HANDS (b.1974).
(Abbey House 1987-1992).

Robert Hands, Rugby Football at Sherborne School (Sherborne, Sherborne School, 1991).  Signed by the author and presented by him to M.R.G. Earls-Davis.

Robert Charles HANROTT (b.1939).
(The Green 1952-1957).

Robert Hanrott, The Things I Haven’t Forgotten (Washington DC, 2009).

Peter William HARLEY (1910-1944).
(Abbey House 1923-1927).

Joseph Hood Bowman (OS), Peter William Harley: A Memoir (Privately printed by Spottiswoode, Ballantyne & Co. Ltd., 1946).  Presented to Sherborne School Library by the author, October 1946.

Timothy Villiers HEALD (1944-2016).
(Lyon House 1957-1962).

Tim Heald, Brian Johnston: The Authorised Biography (Methuen London, 1995). Donated by Harry Brewer.

Tim Heald, The Duke: A Portrait of Prince Philip (London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1991).

Tim Heald, A Life of Love: The Life of Barbara Cartland (London, Siinclair-Stevenson, 1994).

Tim Heald, Networks: Who We Know and How We Use Them (London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1983).

Tim Heald (ed.), The Newest London Spy (London, Frederick Muller, 1988).

Randle Fynes Wilson HOLME (1864-1957).
(School House 1878-1883).

Randle Holme, Some Things I Have Done (Printed for private circulation by Hepburn & Sons, Ltd., London, 1949).  Inscribed ‘A.B. Gourlay from Randle Holme. A token of admiration for “A History of Sherborne School”, August 1951’.  Ex dono A.B. Gourlay, 1971.

Oliver Deverell HOLT (1909-1997).
(School House 1923-1928).

Oliver Holt, Nowell Smith and his Sherborne: A Memoir (Oxford, Oxonian Press, 1955).  Signed by the author.

Oliver Holt, Pipers Hill: Memories of a Country Childhood (Marston Magna, Marston House, 1992).

Oliver Holt, Sherborne Abbey: a reflection (c.1994).

Oliver Holt, Three Sherborne Memoirs (1987). Presented to Sherborne School Library by the author, 14 March 1991.

Michael John HOPKINS (b.1935).
(Westcott House 1949-1952).

David Jenkins, Mound Stand Lord’s Cricket Ground.  Photographer Dave Bower (London, 1991).

David Jenkins, Schlumberger Cambridge Research Centre.  Photographer Dave Bower (London, 1993).

Charles Edward HUDSON (1892-1959), (The Green 1905-1910).
Miles Matthew Lee HUDSON (1925-2010), (Harper House 1939-1943).

Two Lives 1892-1992.  The Memoirs of Charles Edward Hudson, VC, CB, DSO, MC, and Miles Matthew Lee Hudson (York, Wilton 65, 1992).

Miles Hudson, The Extraordinary Life of Charles Hudson VC: Soldier, Poet, Rebel (Sutton Publishing, Stroud, 2007).

Archibald Anthony de Courcy HUNTER (b.1929).
(Lyon House 1943-1947).

Archie Hunter, A Life of Sir John Eldon Gorst: Disraeli’s Awkward Disciple (London, Frank Cass, 2001).  Signed by the author.

Francis ILES (1893-1971).
Pseudonym of Anthony Berkeley COX (1893-1971), (The Green 1907-1911).  Also wrote under the pseudonym, Anthony Berkeley.

Francis Isles, Before the Fact: A Murder Story for Ladies (London, Victor Gollancz, 1978).

Stanley Patrick JOHNSON (b.1940).
(Lyon House 1954-1958).

Stanley Johnson, Stanley I Presume (London, Fourth Estate, 2010).

John Caldwell JOHNSTON (later known as John CALDWELL-JOHNSTON) (1881-1943).
(School House 1894-1900).

J.C. Johnston, The Book of the Beloved.  A Modern Epic Poem (London, Lund, Humphries & Co. Ltd., 1923).  Inscribed by J.C. Johnston, 2 February 1925.

J.C. Johnston, The Book of the Beloved.  A Modern Epic Poem (London, Lund, Humphries & Co. Ltd., 1923).  Inscribed ‘To the Masters and Boys of Sherborne School cordially J.C. Johnston, 3 XI 1923’.  Presented by J.C. Johnston to Sherborne School, November 1923.

John LE CARRÉ.
Pseudonym of David John Moore CORNWELL (b.1931), (Westcott House 1945-1948).

John le Carré, A Delicate Truth (London, Penguin Books, 2014). Donated by Harry Brewer.

John Le Carre, The Honourable Schoolboy (Pan Books Ltd., 1978).  Donated by Harry Brewer.

Adam Sisman, John le Carré: The Biography (Bloomsbury Publishing, 2015).

John le Carré, The Pigeon Tunnel: Stories from My Life (Viking, 2016).

John LE MESURIER (1912-1983)
Stage name of John Elton Le Mesurier HALLILEY (1912-1983), (Lyon House 1926-1930).

John Le Mesurier, A Jobbing Actor (London, Sphere Books, 1985).

Graham McCann, Do You Think That’s Wise? The Life of John Le Mesurier (London, Aurum Press, 2012).

Trevor N. Stewart, The Legacy of the Le Mesurier and the Halliley Families to Bedford 1834-1927 (October 2015).

Alan Tindal LENNOX-BOYD, 1st Viscount Boyd of Merton (1904-1983).
(Lyon House 1918-1923).

Philip Murphy, Alan Lennox-Boyd: A Biography (London, I.B. Tauris, 1999).

Edward Neville Brown MACREADY (1836-?) & Walter Francis Sheil MACREADY (1840-1853), sons of William Charles Macready (1793-1873).
(Attended Sherborne School as Foundationers 1850-1851).

Sir Frederick Pollock (ed.), Macready’s Reminiscences and Selections from His Diaries and Letters (London, Macmillan & Co., 1875).  Includes details of the time Macready and his family spent in Sherborne.

Arthur Noel MALAN (1846-1933).
(School House 1857-1865).

A.N. Malan, Schooldays at Highfield House (London, The Religious Tract Society, n.d.).  A note on the inside cover that ‘This rare book was bought for 6d. in 1955 (about right for its literary merit).  The author was in School House 1857-65, and later was a successful prep. Headmaster.  His brother was the notorious E.C. Malan (See history of Sherborne School, p.166 seq.).’

John Charles MARSON (1896-1915).
Harper House (d) April 1910-July 1913.

David Sutcliffe, The Keys of Heaven. The Life of Revd Charles Marson: Socialist Priest and Folk Song Collector (Nottingham, Cockasnook Books, 2010).  Signed by the author.

John Robert McCRUM (b.1953).
(Abbey House 1966-1971).

Robert McCrum, The Fabulous Englishman (London, Picador, 1994).  Donated by H.W.M. Brewer.

Keith Arundel MCDOUGALL (b.1934).
(Harper House 1947-1952).

Keith McDougall, Middle Marsh: A Norfolk Miscellanea (Norfolk, Chalk Hill Fine Art, 1991).  Text and illustrations by Keith McDougall.  Signed by the author, September 1991.

Keith McDougall, A Special Kind of Light: Norfolk and Scottish Landscapes (Solihull, Roseworld Productions Ltd., 2008).  No.359 of a First Edition limited to 450 copies.  Signed by the author.

Hugh David MELLER (b.1940).
(School House 1954-1959).

Hugh Meller, The Country Houses of Devon (Credition, Black Dog Press, 2015) (2 vols).

Hugh Meller & Brian Parsons, London Cemeteries. An Illustrated Guide and Gazetteer (Stroud, The History Press, 5th ed., 2011)

Ian Cassan MESSITER (1920-1999).
(School House 1934-1937).

Ian Messiter, My Life and Other Games (London, Fourth Estate, 1990).

William Innes MOBERLEY (1911-1986).
(School House 1924-1929).

Colonel W.I. Moberley, Raj and Post Raj: Low Level Reminiscence of Life in Two Armies (Edinburgh, The Pentland Press, 1985).

Charles Carmichael MONRO (1860-1929).
(School House 1871-1876).

Patrick Crowley, Loyal to Empire: The Life of General Sir Charles Monro, 1860-1929 (Stroud, The History Press, 2016). Signed by the author.

Lewis MORRIS (1833-1907).
(School House 1850-1851).

Lewis Morris, The Works of Lewis Morris (London, Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co. Ltd., 1894).  [Note on inside of cover that Lewis Morris was at Sherborne 1850 to 1851, one of those who accompanied Harper from Cowbridge.  This edition of his poems is not the final one, and has not such poems as ‘For a school register’, ‘For a school magazine’, ‘Sherborne – an ode’, all of which deal directly with the School].

Lewis Morris, The Works of Lewis Morris (London, Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co. Ltd., 15th ed., 1904).

MSWATI – Makhosetive Dlamini, King Mswati III of Swaziland (b.1968).
(Sherborne International, 1983-1986).

Z.R. Ginindza, King Mswati III. A Pictorial Biography of the new King of Swaziland (Swaziland, Macmillan, 1988).

Peter MUMFORD (1922-1992).
(Lyon House 1936-1941).

Peter Mumford, Quick-eyed Love, Observing: Recollections and Reflections by Bishop Peter Mumford (c.1992).

John Mason NEALE (1818-1866).
(Attended Sherborne School c.1834).

J.M. Neale, Tales Illustrative of the Apostles’ Creed (Oxford, A.R. Mowbray & Co. Ltd., 1904).

J.M. Neale, Theodora Phranza or The Fall of Constantinople (London, Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1903).

Adrian Roger Dudley NORMAN (b.1938).
(Westcott House 1952-1957).

Adrian R.D. Norman, Computer Insecurity (London, Chapman & Hall, 1983).  [2013/015]

James Martin & Adrian R.D. Norman, The Computerised Society: An Appraisal of the impact of Computers on Society over the next Fifteen Years (Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 1970).

Roger John NORMAN (b.1948).
(Harper House 1962-1966).

Roger Norman, Albion’s Dream (London, Faber & Faber, 1990).  Presented to Sherborne School Library by the author, 22 March 1990.

Simon Harcourt NOWELL-SMITH (1909-1996).
(Westcott House 1922-1928).

Simon Nowell-Smith, The House of Cassell, 1848-1958 (London, Cassell & Co., 1958).

Peter Alan OBORNE (b.1957).
(Harper House 1970-1974).

Peter Oborne, Basil D’Oliveira. Cricket and Conspiracy: the Untold Story (Little Brown, 2004). Donated by Harry Brewer.

Peter Oborne and Tom Roberts, How Trump Thinks: His Tweets and the Birth of a New Political Language (London, Head of Zeus Ltd., 2017).

David James PAYNE (b.1931).
(School House 1945-1949).

David Payne, A Garland of Verse (Dianthus Publishing Ltd., Cirencester, 2006). Donated by David Payne.

Benjamin William Jackson PERKINS (b.1932).
(Westcott House 1945-1950).

Benjamin Perkins, A Secret Landscape. Diary of Lapwing Meadows (Savitri Books Ltd., 1986).

John Devon Roland PERTWEE (1919-1996).
(Abbeylands 1933-1934).  Stage name, Jon Pertwee.

Jon Pertwee, Moon Boots and Dinner Suits (2013, Fantom Films).

John Roland POWELL (1890-1980).
(School House 1904-1906).

J.R. Powell, The Navy in the English Civil War (London, Archon Books, 1962).  Presented by the author.

Albert Reginald POWYS (1881-1936).
(The Green 1895-1899).

A.R. Powys, Repair of Ancient Buildings (J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd., 1929)

A.R. Powys, From the Ground Up: Collected Papers of A.R. Powys.  With an introduction by John Cowper Powys (JM Dent & Sons Ltd., 1937).

A.R. Powys, The English House (The Powys Society, 1992).

John Cowper POWYS (1872-1963).
(Wildman’s House/Mapperty 1886-1891).

John Cowper Powys, After My Fashion (London, Pan Books Ltd., 1980).

John Cowper Powys, All or Nothing (London, Macdonald, 1960).

John Cowper Powys, All or Nothing (London, Village Press, 1973). Presented to Sherborne School Library by M.R. Meadmore, April 1984.

John Cowper Powys, Autobiography (London, Macdonald, 1967).  With an introduction by J.B. Priestley.

John Cowper Powys, The Brazen Head (London, Macdonald, 1969).

John Cowper Powys, In Defence of Sensuality (London, Victor Gollancz Ltd., 1930).

John Cowper Powys, The Diary of John Cowper Powys 1931 (London, Jeffrey Kwintner, 1990).

John Cowper Powys, Dorothy M. Richardson (London, Village Press, 1974). Presented to Sherborne School Library by Gerald Pollinger, September 1977.

John Cowper Powys, Dostoievsky (London, John Lane The Bodley Head, 1946).

John Cowper Powys, Ducdame (London, Village Press, 1974).

John Cowper Powys, A Glastonbury Romance (London, Macdonald, 1966).

John Cowper Powys, Homer and the Aether (London, Macdonald, 1959). Presented to Sherborne School Library by Gerald Pollinger, September 1977.

John Cowper Powys, The Inmates (London, Village Press, 1974). Presented to Sherborne School Library by M.R. Meadmore, April 1984.

John Cowper Powys, In Spite of.  A Philosophy for Everyman (London, Village Press, 1974). Presented to Sherborne School Library by Gerald Pollinger, October 1977.

John Cowper Powys, Jobber Skald.  A Novel (London, John Lane The Bodley Head, 1935).

John Cowper Powys, Lucifer. A Poem (London, Village Press, 1974). With wood engravings by Agnes Miller Parker. Presented to Sherborne School Library by Gerald Pollinger, September 1977.

John Cowper Powys, Maiden Castle (London, Cassell & Co. Ltd., 1937).

John Cowper Powys, Maiden Castle (Cardiff, University of Wales Press, 1990). The First Full Authoritative Edition.  Introduction by Ian Hughes.

John Cowper Powys, Mandragora Poems (London, Village Press, 1975).

John Cowper Powys, The Meaning of Culture (London, Village Press, 1974). Presented to Sherborne School Library by Gerald Pollinger, September 1977.

John Cowper Powys, Mortal Strife (London, Jonathan Cape, 1942).

John Cowper Powys, Mortal Strife (London, Village Press, 1974). Presented to Sherborne School Library by Gerald Pollinger, September 1977.

John Cowper Powys, Morwyn or The Vengeance of God (London, Village Press, 1974).

John Cowper Powys, Owen Glendower: An Historical Novel (London, John Lane The Bodley Head, 1941).

John Cowper Powys, The Owl, The Duck, and – Miss Rowe! Miss Rowe! (London, Village Press, 1975. Presented to Sherborne School Library by Gerald Pollinger, October 1977.

John Cowper Powys, Paddock Calls. A Play (London, Greymitre Books Ltd., 1984).

John Cowper Powys, A Philosophy of Solitude (London, Jonathan Cape, 1933).

John Cowper Powys, The Pleasures of Literature (London, Cassell & Co. Ltd., 1946).

John Cowper Powys, Poems 1899 (London, Village Press, 1975).  Presented to Sherborne School Library by Gerald Pollinger, October 1977.

John Cowper Powys, A Selection from His Poems (London, Macdonald, 1964). Edited with an introduction by Kenneth Hopkins.

John Cowper Powys, Porius: A Romance of the Dark Ages (London, Macdonald, 1951).

John Cowper Powys, Porius: A Romance of the Dark Ages (London, Village Press, 1974).  Presented to Sherborne School Library by M.R. Meadmore, April 1984.

John Cowper Powys, Rabelais (London, The Bodley Head, 1948).

John Cowper Powys, Real Wraiths (London, Village Press, 1974). Presented to Sherborne School Library by Gerald Pollinger, October 1977.

John Cowper Powys, The Religion of a Sceptic (London, Village Press, 1975).  Presented to Sherborne School Library by Gerald Pollinger, October 1977.

John Cowper Powys, Suspended Judgments. Essays on Books and Sensations (London, Village Press, 1975). Presented to Sherborne School Library by Gerald Pollinger, September 1977.

John Cowper Powys, Three Fantasies (Manchester, Carcanet Press Ltd., 1985).

John Cowper Powys, Two & Two (London, Village Press, 1974). Presented to Sherborne School Library by Gerald Pollinger, September 1977.

John Cowper Powys, Up and Out (London, Macdonald, 1957). Presented to Sherborne School Library by Gerald Pollinger, September 1977.

John Cowper Powys, Visions and Revisions: A Book of Literary Devotions (London, Macdonald, 1955).

John Cowper Powys, Visions and Revisions: A Book of Literary Devotions (London, Village Press, 1974). Presented to Sherborne School Library by Gerald Pollinger, September 1977.

John Cowper Powys, Weymouth Sands. A Novel (Cambridge, Rivers Press, 1973). Presented to Sherborne School Library by Gerald Pollinger, October 1977.

John Cowper Powys, Wolf Solent (London, Jonathan Cape, 1929).

John Cowper Powys, Wolf Solent (London, Macdonald, 1961). Donated to Sherborne School Library by A.B. Gourlay, 1971.

John Cowper Powys. Wolf’s-Bane. Rhymes (London, Village Press, 1975). Presented to Sherborne School Library by Gerald Pollinger, September 1977.

John Cowper Powys, Wood and Stone. A Romance (London, Village Press, 1974).

Iorwerth C. Peate (ed.), John Cowper Powys Letters 1937-54 (Cardiff, University of Wales Press, 1974).

Louis Wilkinson (ed.), Letters of John Cowper Powys to Louis Wilkinson (London, Macdonald, 1958).

Louis Wilkinson (ed.), Letters of John Cowper Powys to Louis Wilkinson, 1935-1956 (London, Village Press, 1974). Presented to Sherborne School Library by Gerald Pollinger, September 1977.

Malcolm Elwin (ed.), Letters of John Cowper Powys to His Brother Llewelyn, 1902-1925. Vol. 1 (London, Village Press, 1975).

Malcolm Elwin (ed.), Letters of John Cowper Powys to His Brother Llewelyn, 1925-1939. Vol. 2 (London, Village Press, 1975).

Arthur Uphill (ed.), John Cowper Powys Letters to Nicholas Ross (London, Village Press, 1974). Presented to Sherborne School Library by Gerald Pollinger, September 1977.

Ronald Hall, Letters to Henry Miller from John Cowper Powys, (London, Village Press, 1975). Presented to Sherborne School Library by Gerald Pollinger, September 1977.

C.B. Roberts, Letters from John Cowper Powys to C. Benson Roberts (London, Village Press, 1975). Presented to Sherborne School Library by Gerald Pollinger, September 1977.

Clifford Tolchard, Letters to Clifford Tolchard from John Cowper Powys, with a memoir by Clifford Tolchard (London, Village Press, 1975). Presented to Sherborne School Library by Gerald Pollinger, September 1977.

Anthony Head (ed.), The Letters of John Cowper Powys to Ichiro Hara (London, Cecil Woolf, 1990).

Robert Blackmore (ed.), The Letters of John Cowper Powys to G.R. Wilson Knight (London, Cecil Woolf, 1983).

Cedric Hentschel (ed.), The Letters of John Cowper Powys to Sven-Erik Täckmark (London, Cecil Woolf, 1983).

Paul Roberts (ed.), The Letters of John Cowper Powys to Hal W. and Violet Trovillion (London, Cecil Woolf, 1990).

Malcolm Elwin (ed.), Confessions of Two Brothers. John Cowper Powys & Llewelyn Powys (London, Sinclair Browne, 1982).

Derek Langridge, John Cowper Powys: A Record of Achievement (London, The Library Association, 1966).

Laurence POWYS, pseudonym of Francis Llewelyn POWYS (1909-1998).
Not an Old Shirburnian.

Laurence Powys, At the Harlot’s Burial. Poems dedicated to Sylvia Townsend Warner & Charles Prentice (London, E. Lahr, 1930).

Littleton Charles POWYS (1874-1955).
(Wildman’s House then Abbey House, 1886-1893).

Littleton C. Powys, The Joy of It (London, Chapman & Hall Ltd., 1937). Presented to Sherborne School Library by Sam Hey.

Littleton C. Powys, The Joy of It (London, Chapman & Hall Ltd., 1937).

Littleton C. Powys, Still the Joy of It (London, MacDonald, 1956). Donated to Sherborne School Library by A.B. Gourlay, 1971).

Littleton C. Powys, The Letters of Elizabeth Myers (London, Chapman & Hall, 1951).

Littleton Powys, The Powys Family: Being a Lecture Given by Him to the Swansea and South Wales Bookman’s Association in May, 1945, with some additions.  Inscribed ‘With all best wishes Littleton C Powys, Oct. 18 1952’.  Presented to Sherborne School, October 1952.

Littleton Powys, The Powys Family: Being a Lecture Given by Him to the Swansea and South Wales Bookman’s Association in May, 1945, with some additions.  Inscribed ‘With all best wishes Littleton C Powys, Oct. 18 1952’.

Llewelyn POWYS (1884-1939).
(The Green 1899-1903).

Llewelyn Powys, A Baker’s Dozen (London, John Lane The Bodley Head, 1941).

Llewelyn Powys, Black Laughter (New York, Harcourt, Brace & Co., 1924).

Llewelyn Powys, Black Laughter (London, Jonathan Cape, 1929).

Llewelyn Powys, The Cradle of God (London, Jonathan Cape, 1929).  Ex Libris, A. Cope.

Llewelyn Powys, Damnable Opinions (London, Watts & Co., 1935).

Llewelyn Powys, Dorset Essays (Bristol, Redcliffe Press Ltd., 1983).

Llewelyn Powys, Earth Memories (Bristol, Redcliffe Press Ltd., 1983).

Llewelyn Powys, Ebony and Ivory (London, The Richards Press, 1960).

Llewelyn Powys, Henry Hudson (London, John Lane The Bodley Head, 1927).

Llewelyn Powys, The Pathetic Fallacy. A Study of Christianity (London, Watts & Co., 1931).

Llewelyn Powys, Skin for Skin and The Verdict of Bridlegoose (London, The Bodley Head, 1948).

Llewelyn Powys, Somerset and Dorset Essays (London, Macdonald, 1957). With a foreword by John Cowper Powys.

Llewelyn Powys, Swiss Essays (London, John Lane The Bodley Head, 1947).

Llewelyn Powys, Thirteen Worthies (Bristol, Redcliffe Press Ltd., 1983).

Kenneth Hopkins (ed.), Llewelyn Powys.  A Selection from his Writings (London, Macdonald, 1952).

Louis Wilkinson (ed.), The Letters of Llewelyn Powys (London, John Lane The Bodley Head, 1943).

Malcolm Elwin, The Life of Llewelyn Powys (London, John Lane The Bodley Head, 1946).

Theodore Francis POWYS (1875-1953). 
Not an Old Shirburnian.

Theodore. Essays on T.F. Powys. With a story by T.F. Powys, The Useless Woman, and some letters of T.F. Powys to Littleton C. Powys and Elizabeth Myers (Saint Albert’s Press, 1964). Contributors: Neville Braybrooke, Harry Coombes, Kenneth Hopkins, Elizabeth Muntz, Francis Powys, John Cowper Powys, Louis Wilkinson, Joy Wilson.

H. Coombes, T.F. Powys (London, Barrie and Rockliff, 1960).

POWYS family.

A.B. Gourlay, ‘The Powys Brothers at Sherborne School’.  Reminiscences read by Kenneth Hopkins from a script prepared by A.B. Gourlay, 26 October 1974.

Kenneth Hopkins, The Powys Brothers. A Biographical Appreciation (Norfolk, Warren House Press, 1972).  Presented to Sherborne School Library by the author.

Richard Perceval Graves, The Brothers Powys (London, Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1983).

Gerald Anthony RAWLINS (1922-1944).
(Abbey House 1936-1940).

Anthony Rawlins, This Petty Pace (London, A.H. Stockwell, 1943).  Presented by the author to Sherborne School Library, 1943.

Roy Michael Frederick REDGRAVE (1925-2011).
(The Green 1939-1943).

Roy Redgrave, Balkan Blue: Family & Military Memories (Pen & Sword Select, 2003). Donated by H.W.M. Brewer.

Peter Clifton RICHARDS (1909-?).
(Abbey House 1923-1927).

Peter C. Richards, Spanish Verbs (etc.) abridged and simplified. (post-WW2 reprint) . Presented to Sherborne School Library by the author.

Peter C. Richards, Where Am I Going? Preliminary Draft Memoires (1982). Presented to Sherborne School Library by the author, June 1984.

Timothy John Godfrey ROGERS (1927-2006).
(Abbeylands 1940-1945).

T.J.G. Rogers, Rupert Brooke: a reappraisal and selection from his writings, some hitherto unpublished (London, Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1971).

Lawrence Richard SAIL (b.1942).
(The Green 1956-1961).

Lawrence Sail, Devotions (London, Secker & Warburg, 1987).

Lawrence Sail, Opposite Views (London, J.M. Dent & Sons., 1974).  Presented to the School Library by J.H.P. Gibb.

David Stuart SHEPPARD (1929-2005).
(Lyon House 1942-1947).

David Sheppard, Bias to the Poor (London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1983).

David Sheppard, Built as a City: God and the Urban World Today (London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1974).

David Sheppard, Parson’s Pitch (Hodder & Stoughton, 1964).

David Sheppard, Steps Along Hope Street. My Life in Cricket, the Church and the Inner City (Hodder & Stoughton, 2002). Donated by H.W.M. Brewer.

Ronald Draycott SHERBROOKE-WALKER (formerly Ronald Draycott Walker) (1897-1984).
(Abbeylands 1911-1914).

Ronald Sherbrooke-Walker, Khaki and Blue (London, The Saint Catherine Press Ltd., 1952).  With covering letter from Ronald Sherbrooke-Walker to The Editors of The Shirburnian enclosing a complimentary copy of his book, 19 May 1952.

Robert Spencer SIMPSON (b.1939).
(Harper House 1953-1958).

Robert Simpson, Videowalls (London, Focal Press, 1991).

Hyla Bristow STALLARD (1901-1973).
(Lyon House 1914-1919).

H.B. Stallard, Eye Surgery (Bristol, John Wright & Sons Ltd., 1946).

Henry STIBY (1843-1934)
Foundationer and School House (a) 2nd term 1854-?

Robin Ansell, Henry Stiby: his Life and Times (Museum of South Somerset Historical Monograph, no.1l. 1997).

Jonathan Peter STOCK (b.1966).
(Abbey House 1979-1984).

Jon Stock, Dead Spy Running (London, Blue Door, 2010).  Donated by H.W.M. Brewer.

Arthur Cecil TEMPERLEY (1877-1940).
(School House 1891-1896).

A.C. Temperley, The Whispering Gallery of Europe (London, Collins, 1938).

Harold William Vazeille TEMPERLEY (1879-1939).
(Abbey House 1893-1898).

Harold Temperley and Lillian M. Penson, Foundations of British Foreign Policy from Pitt (1792) to Salisbury (1902) or Documents, Old and New (Cambridge University Press, 1938).

Harold Temperley, Frederic the Great and Kaiser Joseph (London, Frederick Cass & Co., 1968).

John D. Fair, Harold Temperley: A Scholar and Romantic in the Public Realm (Newark, University of Delaware Press, 1992).

Hugh Swynnerton THOMAS (later Lord THOMAS of SWYNNERTON) (1931-2017).
(Lyon House 1945-1950).

Hugh Thomas (ed.), Madrid.  A Travellers’ Companion (New York, Athenaeum, 1990).

Hugh Thomas, The Slave Trade. The History of the Atlantic Slave Trade: 1440-1870 (London, Picador, 1997).

Hugh Thomas, An Unfinished History of the World (London, Hamish Hamilton, 1979).

Robert Dalzell Dillon THOMAS (1922-1944)
(Day boy and Abbey House 1936-1941).

R.D.D. Thomas, The Notebook of a Lieutenant in the Italian Campaign’, n.d. [Privately published, 1946]

Julian Howard Atherden THOMPSON (b.1934).
(School House 1948-1952).

Julian Thompson, The Royal Marines. From Sea Soldiers to A Special Force (London, Pan Books, 2001).  Donated by H.W.M. Brewer.

Julian Thompson, The Imperial War Museum Book of Victory in Europe: The North-West European Campaign 1944-1945 (Sidgwick & Jackson, 1995). Donated by H.W.M. Brewer.

Julian Thompson, The Imperial War Museum Book of War Behind Enemy Lines (London, Pan Books, 1999). Donated by H.W.M. Brewer.

Giles Henry Rupert TILLOTSON (b.1960), (The Green 1974-1978).
Michael John Stebbing BEADEL (b.1959), (The Green 1972-1977).

Booklet: ‘Timbre, Toccata by Giles Tillotson; Dull Roots and Spring Rain by Michael Beadel’ (n.d., c.1976)

Jonathan Huntriss TOLSON (b.1939).
(School House 1953-1957).

Chip Tolson, Pebbles. Short Stories (Peterborough, Spiderwize, 2016).

Alan Mathison TURING (1912-1954).
(Westcott House 1926-1931).

Sara Turing, Alan M. Turing (Cambridge, W. Heffer & Son, 1959). Donated to Sherborne School [by E.S. Turing] January 1960.

Sara Turing, Alan M. Turing (Cambridge, W. Heffer & Son, 1959). Donated to Sherborne School by D.B. Eperson.

Sala [sic] Turing, Alan M. Turing.  Japanese edition, n.d. [c.1959].  Donated to Sherborne School by E.S. Turing, 1967.

Sara Turing, Alan M. Turing. Centenary Edition. (Cambridge University Press, 2012).

Paul Backhouse, ‘Alan Turing. Guildford’s best kept secret’ (2016). Signed by the author.

Jeremy Bernstein, The Analytical Engine.  Computers – Past, Present and Future (New York: Random House, 1964).  Donated to Sherborne School by E.S. Turing, 1967.

Donald Birkby Eperson, Music and Mathematics (The Book Guild Ltd., Sussex, 2002).

Bonhams, New York, ‘Alan Turing: the hidden wartime manuscript by the father of computing’, 13 April 2015.

F.H. Hinsley and Alan Stripp (ed.), Codebreakers: The Inside Story of Bletchley Park (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993).

Andrew Hodges, Alan Turing: The Enigma (London, Burnett Books Ltd., 1983).

Andrew Hodges, Alan Turing: The Enigma (London, Vintage Books, 2012).

Andrew Hodges, Turing, A Natural Philosopher (London: Phoenix, 1997).

Simon Lavington, A History of Manchester Computers (British Computer Society, 1998). Donated by Mrs Katherine Barker.

David Leavitt, The Man Who Knew Too Much: Alan Turing and the Invention of the Computer (London: Phoenix, 2006).  Signed by the author.

Paul Morris, Time Traveller Danny and the Codebreaker (Seven Acres Publishing, 2012).

Maboth Moseley, Irascible Genius.  A Life of Charles Babbage, Inventor.  Foreword by B.V. Bowden (London: Hutchinson & Co., 1964).  Donated to Sherborne School by E.S. Turing, 1967.

James R. Newman (ed.), The World of Mathematics, 4 volumes (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1956). Includes in Vol.4, part XIX, p.2099, A.M. Turing’s ‘Can a Machine Think?’

Paul Strathern, Turing and the Computer (London: Arrow Books, 1997).

John Dermot TURING (b.1961).
(Westcott House 1974-1978).

Dermot Turing, Prof: Alan Turing Decoded (The History Press, 2015).

Dermot Turing, Alan Turing: The Life of a Genius (Pitkin Guide, 2017).

Lionel Peter Winterton TWISS OBE (1921-2011).
(Abbey House 1935-1940).

Peter Twiss, Faster than the Sun (London, MacDonald, 1963).  Donated to the School Library by A.B. Gourlay, 1971.

Alexander Raban WAUGH (1898-1981).
(School House 1911-1915). Son of Arthur Waugh and brother of Evelyn Waugh.

Alec Waugh, The Balliols (London, Cassell & Co. Ltd., 1934).

Alec Waugh, The Best Wine Last: an autobiography through the years 1932-1969 (London, W.H. Allen, 1978).

Alec Waugh, Brief Encounter (London, W.H. Allen & Co. Ltd., 1975).

Alec Waugh, The Early Years of Alec Waugh (London, Cassell & Co. Ltd., 1962).

Alec Waugh, Eight Short Stories (London, Cassell & Co. Ltd., 1937). Arthur Waugh bookplate.  Inscribed: ‘Here is my new book, dear Parents, with my love. Alec 1937.’

Alec Waugh, A Family of Islands (London, Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1964).  Inscribed: ‘To The Sherborne School Library from Alec Waugh O.S. (a) 1911-1915. Nov. 1964’.

Alec Waugh, The Fatal Gift (London, W.H. Allen, 1973).

Alec Waugh, Fuel for the Flame (New York, Farrar, Straus & Cudahy, 1960). Inscribed: ‘For Joan with love from Alec.’

Alec Waugh, Fuel for the Flame (London, Cassell & Co. Ltd., 1960).

Alec Waugh, Going Their Own Ways (London, Cassell & Co.  Ltd., 1938). Arthur Waugh bookplate.  Inscribed: ‘For his parents anonymously.’

Alec Waugh, Guy Renton (New York, Farrar, Straus & Young, 1952). Inscribed: ‘For his mother with the author’s love. A.  March. 7. 1953.’

Alec Waugh, His Second War (London, Cassell & Co. Ltd., 1944). Inscribed: ‘Alec Waugh.  Baghdad, July 13 1944’.  With two black and white photographs of the Alec Waugh in Spears’ Mission Building.

Alec Waugh, Hot Countries (New York, Farrar & Rinehart, 1930). Inscribed: ‘Presented to the Sherborne Library by its author, Alec Waugh, 1939’.

Alec Waugh, Hot Countries (London, Pan Books Ltd. 1948).

Alec Waugh, In Praise of Wine (London, Cassell & Co. Ltd., 1959). Inscribed: ‘For Joan who has regaled her guests at Edrington with so many of these wines – herself renewed with Dry Martinis. With love from Alec, 1959.’

Alec Waugh, Island in the Sun (New York, Farrar, Straus & Cudahy, 1955). Inscribed: ‘For Joan with Alec’s love, Jan. 3. 1956’, ‘Joan Waugh, Edrington, Silchester, nr Reading, January 11th 1956.’

Alec Waugh, Island in the Sun (London, Cassell & Co. Ltd., 1956).

Alec Waugh, Jill Somerset (London, Cassell & Co. Ltd., 1936). Inscribed: ‘With my love, dear Joan, Alec, 21.10.36.’

Alec Waugh, Jill Somerset (London, Cassell & Co. Ltd., 1936). Arthur Waugh bookplate.  Inscribed: ‘For my Parents my 14th novel, Alec. Oct. 29 1936.’

Alec Waugh, The Lipton Story (New York, Doubleday & Co. Ltd., 1950). Inscribed: ‘For Joan with love from Alec, Jan 17 1950.’

Alec Waugh, The Lipton Story (New York, Doubleday & Co. Ltd., 1950). Inscribed: ‘For his mother with the author’s love, Alec. Jan 19 1950.’

Alec Waugh, The Lonely Unicorn (London, Grant Richards Ltd., 1922). Alexander Raban Waugh bookplate (designed by Evelyn Waugh).  Inscribed: ‘Alec Waugh, May 1922.’  Written on the cover: ‘EDITIO PRINCEPS 12.5.22.’

Alec Waugh, The Loom of Youth (London, Grant Richards Ltd., August 1917 reprint).  Presented to Sherborne School Library by J.A.L. Hardcastle (Abbeylands 1913-1915).

Alec Waugh, The Loom of Youth (London, Grant Richards Ltd., August 1917 reprint). Presented to Sherborne School by Sam Hey, Assistant Master 1926-1973.

Alec Waugh, The Loom of Youth (London, Grant Richards Ltd., November 1917 reprint). Inscribed: ‘A.A. Elder from G.E.P.E. 1918’; ‘to Arnold Thorne Waite.’

Alec Waugh, The Loom of Youth (London, Grant Richards Ltd., October 1918 reprint). Inscribed: ‘Sidney Dark with the very best wishes for 1920 from Alec Waugh, January 1920’; Ex dono A.B. Gourlay, 1971.

Alec Waugh, The Loom of Youth (Harmondsworth, Penguin Books Ltd., 1941).

Alec Waugh, The Loom of Youth (London, Mayflower Books Ltd., n.d. c.1960).

Alec Waugh, The Loom of Youth (London, Geoffrey Bles, 1972 reprint).

Alec Waugh, The Loom of Youth (London, Methuen, 1984 reprint).

Alec Waugh, Love in These Days (New York, George H. Doran Co., 1927).

Alec Waugh, Married to a Spy (London, W.H. Allen, 1976).

Alec Waugh, Most Women… (London, Cassell & Co. Ltd., 1931). Arthur Waugh bookplate. Inscribed: ‘Dear Father – here is my new book.  I hope that it may lure you down to Villefranche, Billy, May 1931.’

Alec Waugh, The Mule on the Minaret (London, Cassell & Co. Ltd., 1965). Inscribed: ‘Dearest Joan – Here is my new book – with my love.  I hope that you will like it.  ARW. Oct. 1. 1965.’

Alec Waugh, My Brother Evelyn and Other Profiles (London, Cassell & Co. Ltd., 1967). Proof copy.

Alec Waugh, My Brother Evelyn and Other Portraits (New York, Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1967).

Alec Waugh, My Brother Evelyn and Other Profiles (London, Cassell & Co. Ltd., 1967). Inscribed: ‘For Joan with very much love, ARW. October. 1967.’

Alec Waugh, My Brother Evelyn and Other Profiles (London, Cassell & Co. Ltd., 1967). Inscribed: ‘To the Sherborne School Library from Alec Waugh. O.S. (a) 1911-1915’, November 1967.

Alec Waugh, My Place in the Bazaar (London, Cassell & Co. Ltd., 1961). Inscribed: ‘Joan Waugh, Edrington, Silchester, Hampshire. 1961.’

Alec Waugh, No Quarter (London, Cassell & Co. Ltd.), 1932.

Alec Waugh, Nor Many Waters (London, Chapman & Hall Ltd., 1928). Pasted inside front cover: typescript letter from Maurice Healy to ‘My dear Corinthian’ [Alec Waugh], 28 July 1935.

Alec Waugh, No Truce with Time (New York, Farrar & Rinehart, Inc., 1941). Inscribed: ‘With all my love Joan dearest, Alec.’

Alec Waugh, No Truce with Time (London, Cassell & Co. Ltd., 1941). Arthur Waugh bookplate.  Inscribed: ‘For my Father – a novel that he would not have dared to publish during the [?Ieuslove]-era at no.11, 1941, ARW.’

Alec Waugh, No Truce with Time (London, Guild Books, 1947).

Alec Waugh, On Doing What One Likes (Kensington, The Cayme Press, 1926). Alexander Raban Waugh bookplate [designed by Evelyn Waugh].

Alec Waugh, Pleasure (London, Grant Richards Ltd., 1921). Inscribed: ‘J.A.L. Hardcastle 5/8/21’.

Alec Waugh, Portrait of a Celibate (New York, Doubleday, Doran & Co. Inc., 1929).

Alec Waugh, The Prisoners of Mainz (London, Chapman & Hall, Ltd., 1919). Inscribed: ‘Constance Waugh, Feb: xix: 1919, AW.’

Alec Waugh, The Prisoners of Mainz (The Naval & Military Press Ltd. Ltd.,c.2010).

Alec Waugh, Public School Life (London, W. Collins Sons & Co. Ltd., 1922). Inscribed: ‘For Mother with love from Alec. Sept. 13 1922.’

Alec Waugh, Resentment Poems  (London, Grant Richards Ltd., June 1918).

Alec Waugh, “…’Sir’, She Said” (London, Chapman & Hall, Ltd., 1930).  Inscribed: [Arthur] ‘Waugh’.

Alec Waugh, “…’Sir’, She Said” (London, Chapman & Hall, Ltd., 1930).

Alec Waugh, A Spy in the Family (London, W.H. Allen, 1970).

Alec Waugh, The Sugar Islands (New York, Farrar, Straus & Co., 1949). Inscribed: ‘Presented to the School Library by Alec Waugh (O.S.) January 1949’.

Alec Waugh, The Sunlit Caribbean (London, Evans Bros. Ltd., 1948).

Alec Waugh, These Would I Choose. A Personal Anthology ((London, Sampson Low, 1948). Inscribed: ‘To the Sherborne School Library within whose walls so many of these poems were read for the first times. Alec Waugh. Sept. 1949. “That which the fountain gives forth, returneth again to the fountain” ‘

Alec Waugh, Thirteen Such Years (London, Cassell & Co. Ltd., 1932). Arthur Waugh bookplate.  Inscribed: ‘Dear Father – This, with my love and your promise that it shall not be leant, Alec, May 12 1932.’

Alec Waugh, Thirteen Such Years (New York, Farrar & Rinehart Inc., 1932). Inscribed: ‘For Joan with my love, this account of the years before I knew her, which belong now to such a distant past, Wuddles, 1932.’

Alec Waugh, Tropic Seed (New York, Farrar & Rinehart Inc., 1932). Arthur Waugh bookplate.  Inscribed: ‘Here dear Father is an unlikely book from the night-club novelist, but very fittingly from one who thirty years ago ‘shot faces out’, Alec.’

Alec Waugh, Unclouded Summer (New York, Farrar, Straus & Co., 1948).

Alec Waugh, A Year to Remember: A Reminiscence of 1931 (London, W.H. Allen, 1975).

Alec Waugh, A Year to Remember: A Reminiscence of 1931 (London, W.H. Allen, 1975).

Arthur WAUGH (1866-1943).
(School House 1879-1885).  Father of Alexander Raban Waugh and Evelyn Waugh.

Arthur Waugh, Alfred Lord Tennyson. A Study of His Life and Work (London, William Heinemann, 1892).

Arthur Waugh, A Hundred Years of Publishing, being the story of Chapman & Hall, Ltd. (London, Chapman & Hall, 1930).

Later Poems from Punch 1887-1908, with an introduction by Arthur Waugh (London, George G. Harrap & Col, 1909).  Presented by the author to Sherborne School Library, November 1909.  Signed by the author with a poem.  Inscribed: ‘To Sherborne School Library with many grateful memories from Arthur Waugh, November 1909’.

Arthur Waugh, One Man’s Road. Being a Picture of Life in a Passing Generation (London: Chapman & Hall Ltd., 1931).

Arthur Waugh, One Man’s Road. Being a Picture of Life in a Passing Generation (London: Chapman & Hall Ltd., 1935).  Inscribed: ‘To W. Horsfall Carter with all best wishes from Arthur Waugh, August xxx: 1937.  New generations tread the tracks we made,/Till one man’s road becomes a cavalcade. A.W.’

Arthur Waugh, One Man’s Road. Being a Picture of Life in a Passing Generation (London: Chapman & Hall Ltd., 1931).  Presented to Sherborne School Library by A.B. Gourlay, 1971.

Arthur Waugh, Reticence in Literature and other Papers (London, J.G. Wilson, 1915).  Presented by the author to Sherborne School Library, 1915.  Inscribed ‘To Sherborne School Library, where he first learnt something of Literature if not of Reticence, from the Old Guesten Hall’s Grateful Pensioner, Arthur Waugh, Easter: 1915’.

Ian Mackenzie, Forgotten Places, with an introduction by Arthur Waugh (London: Chapman & Hall Ltd., 1919).  [Ian Hume Townsend Mackenzie (1898-1918) was a friend of Alec Waugh’s at Sandhurst].

WAUGH FAMILY

Paula Byrne, Mad World. Evelyn Waugh and the secrets of Brideshead (London, Harper Press, 2009).

Michael Davie (ed.), The Diaries of Evelyn Waugh (Harmondsworth, Penguin Books Ltd., 1979).

Philip Eade, Evelyn Waugh. A Life Revisited (London, Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 2016).

Alexander Waugh, Fathers and Sons (London, Headline Book Publishing, 2005).

Philip Lester WAYRE (1921-2014).
(The Green 1935-1938).

Philip Wayre, The Private Life of the Otter (B.T. Batsford Ltd., London, 1979).

Alfred North WHITEHEAD (1861-1947).
(School House 1875-1880).

A.N. Whitehead, The Aims of Education and Other Essays (London, Ernest Benn Ltd., 1962).

A.N. Whitehead, Essays in Science and Philosophy (London, Rider & Company, 1948).

A.N. Whitehead, An Introduction to Mathematics (Oxford University Press, 1953). Donated to Sherborne School Library, 1953.

A.N. Whitehead, Religion in the MakingLowell Lectures, 1926 (Cambridge University Press, 1927). Donated to Sherborne School Library, 1928.

A.N. Whitehead, Science and the Modern World. Lowell Lectures, 1925 (Cambridge University Press, 1928).

A.N. Whitehead, Symbolism. Its Meaning and Effect.  Barbour-Page Lectures, University of Virginia, 1927 (New York, Fordham University Press, 1985).

A.N. Whitehead, A Treatise on Universal Algebra, with Applications. Volume 1.  (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1898).  Inscribed: ‘John Blanch from his pupil the Author. Feb. 21. 1898.’ Donated to Sherborne School Library from the Library of Edwin Davis, 1933.

Dorothy Emmet, Whitehead’s Philosophy of Organism (London, Macmillan, 1966).

Ivor Leclerc, Whitehead’s Metaphysics. An Introductory Exposition (London, George Allen & Unwin Ltd., 1958).

Victor Lowe, Alfred North Whitehead. The Man and His Work. Volume 1: 1861-1910 (John Hopkins University Press, 1985). Presented to Sherborne School Library by the author, May 1985.

W. Mays, The Philosophy of Whitehead (London, George Allen & Unwin Ltd., 1959).

Robert M. Palter, Whitehead’s Philosophy of Science (University of Chicago Press, 1960).

Lucien Price, Dialogues of Alfred North Whitehead, recorded by Lucien Price (London, Max Reinhardt, 1954). Presented to Sherborne School Library, 8 February 1955.

Giles Quintin Sykes WHITTELL (b.1966).
(Wallace House 1979-1984).

Giles Whittell, Extreme Continental. Blowing Hot and Cold through Central Asia (London, Indigo, 1996).

William Toby WOOLRYCH (b.1935).
(Abbeylands 1949-1952).

Toby Woolrych, Spain – A New Life. An Andalucian Odyssey   Presented to Sherborne School Library by the author.  (Scotforth Books, 2002).

William George WOOTTEN (b.1971).
(Harper House 1984-1989).

William Wootten, You Have a Visitor (Worple Press, 2016).  Signed by the author.

William Wootten, The Alvarez Generation: Thom Gunn, Geoffrey Hill, Ted Hughes, Sylvia Plath, and Peter Porter (Liverpool University Press, 2015).

Francis St. Quinton WYLD (1884-1974).
(Abbey House 1898-1904).

Padre Wyld, Thirty Years in Assam. Extracts from the Diary of a Chaplain (1957).  Inscribed: ‘Francis Wyld, Abbey House 1898-1904, Sherborne School Library, June 1961. Commem!’, ‘F. Wyld, Old Mission, Tespur, Assam.’

Roland Keith YOUNG (1887-1953).
(School House 1902-1906).

Roland Young, Not for Children: Pictures and Verse by Roland Young, with an introduction by Ring Lardner (New York, Garden City Publishing Co., 1945).

 

MEMBERS OF SCHOOL STAFF

Charles Lightfoot BARNES (c.1859-1940).
Assistant master at Sherborne School, 1889-1891.

C.L. Barnes, Rock History.  A Concise Note-Book of Geology (London, Edward Stanford, 1884).  Inscribed: ‘Sherborne School Field Society from the Author, March 7th 1889’.  Presented by the author to Sherborne School, 1889.

James Robert Sterndale BENNETT (1847-1928).
Assistant master at Sherborne School (mathematics) and Director of Music, 1871-1877.

J.R. Sterndale Bennett, The Life of William Sterndale Bennett (Cambridge University Press, 1907). Inscribed: ‘Presented to the Sherborne School Library by the author’s great-grandson, B.M. Sterndale Bennett, School House 1952-1957’.

William James BENSLY (1874-1943).
Assistant Master, Sherborne School 1905-1913, 1919-1934.

W.J. Bensly (ed.), C. Iuli Caesaris commentariorum de bello civili liber primus/Caesar. Civil War. Book 1 (London, G. Bell & Sons, 1928).

Edward Stanley BLENKINSOP (1896-1981).
Assistant master, Sherborne School, 1944-1959.

E.S. Blenkinsop, Būrger’s Originality (Oxford, Basil Blackwell, 1936).

Reginald Theodore BLOMFIELD (1856-1942).
Official School architect, 1894-1936.

Sir Reginald Blomfield, Modernismus (London, Macmillan & Co. Ltd., 1934). Donated to Sherborne School Library, 1935.

Richard A. Fellows, Sir Reginald Blomfield. An Edwardian Architect (London, A. Zwemmer Ltd., 1985).

Alfred Charles CLAPIN (1826-1924).
Assistant master, Sherborne School, 1852-1854, 1856-1890.

A.C. Clapin, The School-Master Abroad in the Cotentin or, Sketches of Life and Scenery in Normandy (Sherborne, Chaffin & Son, 1887).

George Gordon COULTON (1858-1947).
Assistant Master, Sherborne School, 1889-1892.

G.G. Coulton, Fourscore Years. An Autobiography (Cambridge University Press, 1943).  Donated to Sherborne School Library by A.B. Gourlay, 1971.

G.G. Coulton, Public Schools and the Public Needs (London, Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co. Ltd., 1901).

Henry Martyn CUNDY (1913-2005).
Assistant Master (Mathematics), Sherborne School, 1938-1967.

Martyn Cundy, The Faith of A Christian. An Outline of Christian Belief (London, The Inter-Varsity Fellowship, 1945). Inscribed: ‘Presented by the author: 19 January 1946. H.M.C.’

Edwin DAVIS (1879-1933).
Senior Mathematics and Science Master, Sherborne School, 1903-1933.

Edwin Davies, ‘Die geometrische Addition de Stäbe in der hyperbolischen Geometrie’, (Greifswald, Druck von Julius Abel, 1904). Presented to Sherborne School Library by the author, 10 March 1904.  Ph.D. thesis.

Horace Dixon ELAM (1850-1916).
Assistant master, Sherborne School, May-December 1880.
Appears as Mr Olim in Ernest Raymond’s Mr Olim (1961).

Ernest Raymond, Mr Olim (London, Cassell, 1961), donated to the School library by A.B. Gourlay, 1971.

Donald Birkby EPERSON (1904-2001).
Mathematics Master and School Chaplain, Sherborne School, 1927-1938.

D.B. Eperson, Music and Mathematics (The Book Guild Ltd., 2002).

D.B. Eperson, Patterns in Mathematics (Basil Blackwell, 1988).

D.B. Eperson, Reminiscences of Barchester in the Twentieth Century (2000).

Patrick Simon FRANCIS (b.1953).
Assistant master (history), Sherborne School, 1976- 2017.

Patrick Francis, Vivat Shirburnia. Sherborne School and the Great War, 1914-1918 (London & Oxford, Impress, 2014).

GIBB, James Hamilton Percival (1919-2005).
Assistant Master (History, English), Sherborne School, 1948-1980.

J.H.P. Gibb, ‘The Anglo-Saxon Cathedral at Sherborne’, reprinted from The Archaeological Journal, volume 132 (1975).

J.H.P. Gibb, The Book of Sherborne (Buckingham, Barracuda Books Ltd., 1981).

J.H.P. Gibb, Fan Vaults and Medieval Sculpture of Sherborne Abbey (Friends of Sherborne Abbey), n.d.

J.H.P. Gibb, ‘The Fire of 1437 and the Rebuilding of Sherborne Abbey’, extract from Journal of the British Archaeological Association, vol. 138 (1985).

J.H.P. Gibb, ‘Hall House, Newland: A 14th-century Timber-framed Hall in Sherborne’, off-print from The Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society, volume 106 (1984).

J.H. Gibb, The Monastic Buildings of the Benedictine Abbey of Sherborne c.1530 (1998).

J.H.P. Gibb, ‘The Saxon Cathedral at Sherborne: An Account of Excavations carried out by Sherborne School Archaeological Society 1964-1968’, reprinted from The Shirburnian, 1969.

J.H.P. Gibb, ‘A Sherborne Bone of Contention’, off-print from The Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society, n.d.

J.H.P. Gibb, Sketches of Sherborne School (Sherborne, 1997).

David Frank GIBBS (1947-2016).
Assistant Master (Economics), Sherborne School, 1973-1983.

D.F. Gibbs, A History of Cricket at Sherborne School (1980).  Presented to Sherborne School Library by the author, April 1980.

D.F. Gibbs, A History of Football \at Sherborne School (1983).

Robert S. GLEN (1926-2008).
Assistant master, Sherborne School, 1960-1988, 1989-1991.

R.S. Glen, The Two Muses. An Introduction to Fifth-Century Athens by way of the Drama (London, Macmillan, 1968).

Arthur Bellyse GOURLAY (1907-1976).
Assistant Master (Classics, History, Philosophy), Sherborne School, 1929-1971.

A.B. Gourlay, A History of Sherborne School (Winchester, Warren & Son Ltd., 1951).

A.B. Gourlay, A History of Sherborne School (Sherborne, Sawtells of Sherborne  Ltd., 1971).  Signed by the author.

A.B. Gourlay, and D.F. Gibbs, Chief: A Biography of Alexander Ross Wallace, 1891-1982 (Sherborne, The Appeal Office, Sherborne School, 1983).

Vivian Hubert Howard GREEN (1915-2005).
Chaplain and History master, Sherborne School, 1942-1951. 

V.H.H. Green, The Commonwealth of Lincoln College 1427-1977 (Oxford University Press, 1979).

V.H.H. Green, The Hanoverians 1714-1815 (London, Edward Arnold Ltd., 1965).  First published 1948.

V.H.H. Green, A History of Oxford University (London, B.T. Batsford Ltd., 1984).

V.H.H. Green, The Later Plantagenet’s. A Survey of English History between 1307 and 1485 (London, Edward Arnold Ltd., 1956).

V.H.H. Green, Luther and the Reformation (London, B.T. Batsford Ltd., 1964).

V.H.H. Green, Oxford Common Room (London, Edward Arnold Ltd., 1957).

V.H.H. Green, Religion at Oxford and Cambridge (London, SCM Press Ltd., 1964).

Christopher GREENFIELD.
Principal of Sherborne International, 1997-2013.

Christopher Greenfield (ed.), The Bridge: The Story of the International College at Sherborne (Sherborne School, 2000).

Christopher Greenfield (ed.), The Bridge To Success: The Story of the International College at Sherborne since 1977 (Sherborne School, 2008).

Hugo Daniel HARPER (1821-1895).
Headmaster, Sherborne School, 1850-1877.

J.N.L. Baker, Jesus College Oxford 1571-1971 (Oxford, 1971).

Iolo Davies, ‘A Certaine Schoole’. A History of the Grammar School at Cowbridge Glamorgan (Cowbridge, D. Brown & Sons Ltd., 1967).

L.V. Lester, A Memoir of Hugo Daniel Harper, D.D. (London, Longmans, Green and Col, 1896).

Mrs Ernest Stewart Roberts, Sherborne, Oxford and Cambridge (London, Martin Hopkinson Ltd., 1934).

James Ewart Crawford HENDERSON (b.1966).
Director of Music, Sherborne School 2005-.

James Henderson, The Organs of Sherborne School (2012).

Robert LLOYD.
Assistant master, Sherborne School, 1962-1997.

J.R. Lloyd, Man and the Ecosystem (Hampshire, Macmillan Education Ltd., 1980).

Nigel W. LOWSON.
Assistant master, Sherborne School, 1984-1989.

Nigel Lowson, Structured Physical Geography Questions for GCE A-Level Courses (Burton upon Trent, Mercian Publications Ltd., 1984). Presented to Sherborne School Library by Robin Donnelly Macnaghten, 1988.

Stuart Petre Brodie MAIS (1885-1975).
Assistant Master. Sherborne School, 1913-1917.

S.P.B. Mais, All The Days of My Life (London, Hutchinson & Co., 1937).

S.P.B. Mais, Buffets and Rewards. An Autobiographical Record (1937-1951) (London, Hutchinson, 1952).

S.P.B. Mais, A Chronicle of English Literature (London, William Heinemann Ltd., 1956).

S.P.B. Mais, Do You Know? The Question Book (London, Brentano’s Ltd., May 1927).  Bequeathed to Sherborne School Library by M.E.K. Westlake.

S.P.B. Mais, The Education of a Philanderer (London, Grant Richards Ltd., 1919).  Donated to Sherborne School Library by A.B. Gourlay, 1971.  With a note by A.B. Gourlay ‘A tedious novel, but with an autobiographical element, revealing the author’s knowledge of Dorset and Sherborne.’

S.P.B. Mais, England’s Pleasance (London, Hutchinson & Co. Ltd., 1935).  Presented to Sherborne School by Sam Hey.

S.P.B. Mais, An English Course for Schools (London, Grant Richards Ltd., 2nd ed., September 1920).

S.P.B. Mais, Interlude (London, Chapman and Hall Ltd., 1917). Donated to Sherborne School Library by A.B. Gourlay, 1971.

S.P.B. Mais, A Public School in War Time (London, John Murray, 1916).

S.P.B. Mais, Some Books I Like (London, Richards Press Ltd., 1932).  Dedicated ‘To my darling Priscilla on her 16th birthday with fondest love in the hope that she too will always like them as much as I do’.

S.P.B. Mais, S.O.S. Talks on Unemployment (London, Putnam, 1933).

S.P.B. Mais, This Unknown Island (London, Putnam, January 1934).  Bequeathed to Sherborne School Library by Mrs Louisa Bow, September 1988.

Robson, Maisie.  An Unrepentant Englishman: The Life of S.P.B. Mais, Ambassador of the Countryside (Rotherham, The King’s England Press, 2005).

Nicholas Shakespeare, Priscilla: The Hidden Life of an Englishwoman in Wartime France (London, Harvill Secker, 2013).  Priscilla was the daughter of S.P.B. Mais and was born in Sherborne on 12 July 1916.

Frederick George MEE (1908-1991).
Assistant master, Sherborne School, 1934-1950.

Frederick G. Mee, Sound (London, William Heinemann Ltd., 1950).  In the preface Mee thanks Dr H. Martyn Cundy of Sherborne, and Mr H.H. Brown of Sherborne for his photographs.

Robert Theodore MILFORD (1862-1935).
Assistant Master (modern languages master), Sherborne School, 1910-1914.

R.T. Milford & D.M. Sutherland, A Catalogue of English Newspapers and Periodicals in the Bodleian Library 1622-1800 (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1936).

Louis Napoleon PARKER (1852-1944).
Music master/Director of Music, Sherborne School, 1873-1892.

Louis N. Parker, The Sherborne Pageant (Sherborne, F. Bennett, Printer, The Parade, 1905).

Louis N. Parker, Disraeli. The Story of the Play and of the Film (London, The Readers Library Publishing Co. Ltd., n.d.) [The film (1929) starred George Arliss who won an Oscar for his portrayal of Disraeli].

Louis N. Parker, Drake. A Pageant-Play (London, John Lane The Bodley Head Ltd., 1925). First published 1912. Dedicated to Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree.

Louis N. Parker, Several of My Lives (London, Chapman & Hall Ltd., 1928).

Louis N. Parker, Several of My Lives (London, Chapman & Hall Ltd., 1928).

Tom W. PAYNE (b.1971).
English teacher, Sherborne School.

Ovid, The Art of Love (Vintage Books, London, 2011).  Translated, annotated and introduced by Tom Payne, with a foreword by Hephzibah Anderson.

James RHOADES (1841-1923).
Assistant master, Sherborne School, 1880-1892.

James Rhoades, The City of the Five Gates (London, Chapman & Hall Ltd., 1913).  Donated to Sherborne School Library by the author, 19 November 1913.

James Rhoades, Collected Poems (London, T. Fisher Unwin Ltd., 1925). Presented to Sherborne School Library by Mrs Rhoades, 1925).

James Rhoades, Collected Poems (London, T. Fisher Unwin Ltd., 1925). Presented by Alice Rhoades to H.R. Tate, March 1925.

James Rhoades, Dux Redux or A Forest Tangle. A Comedy (London, Kegan Paul, Trench & Co., 1887).  Donated to Sherborne School Library by A.B. Gourlay, 1971.

James Rhoades, The Georgics of Virgil. Translated into English Verse (London, C. Kegan Paul & Co., 1881).  Bequeathed to Sherborne School Library by A.H. Trelawny-Ross.

James Rhoades, The Little Flowers of St Francis of Assisi and the Life of Brother Giles, rendered into English Verse by James Rhoades (Oxford University Press, 1925).    Dedicated to Louis N. Parker. Donated to Sherborne School Library by Mrs Rhoades, 1925.

James Rhoades, O Soul of Mine! (London, Chapman & Hall Ltd., 1912).  Donated to Sherborne School Library by the author, 19 November 1913.

James Rhoades, Poems (London, Macmillan & Co., 1870). Donated to Sherborne School Library by James Rhoades, June 1881.

James Rhoades, The Poems of Virgil, translated into English Verse by James Rhoades, (Oxford University Press, 1921).

James Rhoades, Timoleon. A Dramatic Poem (London, Henry S. King & Col, 1875).  Presented to Sherborne School Library by the author, June 1881.

James Rhoades, Words by the Wayside (London, Chapman & Hall Ltd., 1915).  Includes selected Pageant Poems from Sherborne, Dover, Bury St Edmunds, York, Warwick, and Colchester.

John Patrick RILEY.
Assistant master, Sherborne School, 1956-1990.
Commanding Officer of the School CCF, 1966-1990.

J.P. Riley, Schoolboys in Uniform.  A History of the Sherborne School Cadet Force 1888-1988.

 David S. SMART.
Assistant master (mathematics), Sherborne School, 1967-2004.

David Smart, Linear Algebra and Geometry (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1988).  Signed by the author.

Nowell Charles SMITH (1871-1961)
Headmaster of Sherborne School, 1909-1927.

Nowell Charles Smith, Members One of Another.  Sermons Preached in Sherborne School Chapel (London, Chapman and Hall Ltd., 1913).  Inscribed by D.B. Eperson.

Oliver Holt, Nowell Smith and his Sherborne: A Memoir (Oxford, Oxonian Press, 1955).

Alexander Hamelin TRELAWNY-ROSS (1884-1967).
Assistant Master, Sherborne School 1911-1946.

A.H. Trelawny-Ross, Their Prime of Life.  A Public School Study (Winchester, Warren & Son Ltd., 1956).

A.H. Trelawny-Ross, Fifty Years: Being the Main Decisions of the Sherborne Games Committee (1884-1934), together with Some Relevant Memoranda and an Outline of the Development of Games Organization (c.1934).

Alexander Ross WALLACE (1891-1982).
Headmaster of Sherborne School, 1934-1950.

A.R. Wallace, Christian Focus (London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1955).

A.R. Wallace, A Conversation about Christianity (London, John Gifford Ltd., 1946).

A.R. Wallace, The Three Pillars (London, Chapman & Hall, Ltd., 1940). With best wishes from the author, October 1940.

A.B. Gourlay and D.F. Gibbs, Chief: A Biography of Alexander Ross Wallace, 1891-1982 (Sherborne, The Appeal Office, Sherborne School, 1983).

Geoffrey J.B. WATKINS (1907-1992).
Assistant master (French, English, German), Sherborne School, 1930-1968.

G.J.B. Watkins, From Normandy to the Weser. The War History of the Fourth Battalion the Dorset Regiment, June 1944-May 1945 (n.d).

Frederick Brooke WESTCOTT (1857-1918)
Headmaster of Sherborne School, 1892-1908.

Brooke Foss Westcott, An Introduction to the Study of the Gospels (Cambridge & London, Macmillan & Co., 1881). [written by the father of Frederick Brooke Westcott]

William Beauchamp WILDMAN (1852-1922).
Assistant Master (Senior Classical Master), Sherborne School, 1877-1919.

W.B. Wildman, King Alfred’s Boyhood, and The Date of His Death (Sherborne, F. Bennett, 1898).

W.B. Wildman, Life of S. Ealdhelm. First Bishop of Sherborne (London, Chapman & Hall Ltd., 1905). Formerly owned by Arthur Field.

W.B. Wildman, A Short History of Sherborne from 705 A.D. (Sherborne, F. Bennett, 1896).

W.B. Wildman, A Short History of Sherborne from 705 A.D. (Sherborne, F. Bennett, 2nd ed., 1902).

W.B. Wildman, A Short History of Sherborne from 705 A.D. (Sherborne, The Abbey Book Shop, 1911, 3rd ed., 1911).

W.B. Wildman, A Short History of Sherborne from 705 A.D.  Town and Abbey Section (Sherborne, The Abbey Book Shop, 1930).

W.B. Wildman, A Short History of Sherborne from 705 A.D.  School Section (Sherborne, The Abbey Book Shop, 1930).

Edward Mallet YOUNG (1839-1900)
Headmaster of Sherborne School, 1878-1892.

Edward M. Young, Apis Matina. Verses Translated and Original by Edward M. Young (Cambridge, Macmillan & Bowes, 1900).

 

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