John Wolley (1823-59), ornithologist, especially of Lapland
 Notebook, MS extracts in pencil from published works describing the Dodo, started
1846 (see 129-130 below for two further notebooks of extracts).
 Journal of visit to Lapland, 16 APR 13 JUN 1853, continued to 21 JUL in brief
form on two sheets of paper; with list of distances in Finland and other notes.
 Journal of visit to Lapland, 21 AUG 1856 30 JUN 1857, with loose note for 3 SEP
 Account book, 1856-57.
 Printed almanac, Almanakka Buonna, for 1857.
 A catalogue of some carefully authenticated eggs, collected in Lapland, by John
Wolley which will be sold by auction, by MR. J.C. Stevens, 26 JAN 1855.
[7-9] Personal papers: pencil sketch of male head and torso, endorsed 'Edinburgh Decr
2nd 1847'; invitation card for Professor Balfour's conversazione, 7 DEC 1847; CV and
application for first medical examination, Edinburgh, 28 FEB 1850.
[10-16] Prospectus of the Ray Society; papers for BAAS meeting in Edinburgh, 1850.
[17-34] Lists of eggs sent or desired.
[35-42] Lists of birds, locations, ornithologists, keepers.
[43-48] Measurements of animals, birds.
 Draft about griffon vulture.
[50-54] Notes from other writers.
 Pencil and watercolour drawing, life size Caspian tern, 'sent by AN to J.W.'
[56-58] Scraps of notes.
 Comparative notes on the Resurrection, from the 4 Gospels.
 Genealogy of Judge Jeffreys' family.
 Advertisement for Jarrett's improved embossing press.
[62-75] MS writings: essays, talks, articles
 Mesmerism and supposed animal magnetism.
 Address to Edinburgh Medical Society, on being elected Senior President, and draft.
 On a neglected fact in the digestive oeconomy.
 My recollections of Lola Montes. Edinburgh, 22 FEB 1848.
 Drafts towards essay On a fresh form of crystallisation which takes place in fallen
snow under severe cold, with cutting of essay from Report of the British Association,
 On an arrangement of the stones on some kinds of level ground, as observed in
 Some observations on the birds of the Faroe Islands (2 versions).
 Essay on John Ray's translation of Francis Willoughby's Ornithology.
 Note on Uria lachrymans.
 To the Editor of the Times. The sea serpent.
 Notes towards On species in organized beings.
 Offprint from Zoologist, FEB 1854, p. 4203, AN, 'Extracts from letters of John
Wolley, Esq., now in Lapland'.
 Translation of Wolley's observations on the swarming of bees, in Forhandlinger vid
de Skandin: Naturf:, Christiania, 1857.
 Translation of Wolley's paper on the improvement of tame reindeer by breeding, in
same journal, 1857.
[76-91] Letters to Wolley:
[76-77] CARL EMIL DAHLERUP (1813-90) (Governor, Faroes, 1849-61). Letters to
John Wolley (1858)
 RICHARD DANN. Letter to John Wolley (1854)
 SIR WILLIAM JACKSON HOOKER (1785-1865) (Director, Royal Gardens,
Kew, 1841-65; father of Sir Joseph Hooker). Letter of acknowledgement to John
 STINA FREDERIKA KIHLANGE. Letter to John Wolley (1854)
 WILLIAM KIRK (Hart Point lighthouse). Letter to John Wolley (1854)
[82-84] H. MÜLLER. (Thorshavn). Letters to John Wolley (1858-59)
[85-86] SIR EDWARD NEWTON (1832-97) (colonial governor, ornithologist).
Letters to John Wolley (1854)
[87-90] ANDERS ADOLF RETZIUS (1796-1860) (Swedish anatomist, anthropolo-
gist). Letters to John Wolley (1854)
 J. ROBERTSON (Kaafjord). Letter to John Wolley (1854)
 J. WILLIAMSON (natural history dealer?). Letter to John Wolley (n.d.)
 M. WINTHER. Letter to John Wolley (1858)
 JOHN WOLLEY. Letter to Edward Hurt (uncle) (1857)
 JOHN EVANS. Copy letter to John Wolley (1852)
 JOHN WOLLEY. Copy letter to Norwegian Minister on Laps (1857)
 JOHN WOLLEY. Transcript of letters (1859)
[98-108] MRS. CHARLES CLARKE (Matlock). Copy letters to her, from John Wolley
[109-111] Specimens of feathers, 1 'from Knoblock Septr or Octr 1857'.
[112-132] AN, papers relating to Wolley:
 Note about bee-eater's eggs, 1860.
[113-114] Draft and printed in memoriam card, for gifts by AN from JW's collection to
 Lithograph (6 copies) of sea shore, for Ootheca Wolleyana.
[116-123] Pencil sketches in Lapland, by JW[?], 1853-55, and lithographs of them for
Ootheca Wolleyana: osprey's nest, goshawk's nest, crane's nest, old Lapp altar (sketch
only), bird of prey (lithograph only).
[124-126] Watercolours of lesser white-fronted goose, by Joseph Wolf, 1860, for
 Watercolours of wood duck and harlequin duck.
[128-129] Bird sketches by Joseph Wolf, 1899.
 Plate, portrait photograph of John Wolley.
 Plates and description from Lapland altars in 1673.
 Pencil drawing of buildings at Muoniovara, AUG 1853, 'copied Oct / 83 by A.
Shrubbs from J.W.'s original drawing lent me by Mrs Charles Clarke' (AN).
[133-134] Notebooks, transcripts from printed sources about solitaire and dodo, 1847
(found with Edward Newton's letter-books).
 Measurements of a hippopotamus (1852)
 V. FINSEN, transcript of entries in a Reykjavik journal for 1808.
 Letter of introduction for Wolley in Finnish.
 Wolley, draft instructions for Ludwig, 1859.
 AN, copy of notes by Wolley, n.d.
 Wolley's marked copy of Yarrell's 2nd edition, List of British birds, 30 DEC 1850.
 Envelope addressed to Wolley, 9 JUL 1857.
 [?] HJALTELIN (Reykjavik). Letter to John Wolley (1858)
 CARL EMIL DAHLERUP (1813-90). MS translation of Baron von Hompesch's
voyage to the Faroe Islands, 1808, sent to Wolley by Dahlerup in Danish, 1858.
 John Wolley, passport, 1845, signed by Earl of Aberdeen.
 Specimen of a nest found by Wolley in 1857