The English Letters collection is now available in the Past Masters database. These are publications from Oxford University Press.
The English Letters collection contains papers and correspondence of prominent writers from medieval times through to the mid-twentieth century. A selection is given below.
- The Philosophers contains works by George Berkeley, F.H. Bradley, Adam Ferguson, David Hume, Adam Smith, Herbert Spencer, Henry Sidgwick.
- The Latin Background 1100-1550. Latin texts and correspondence of Thomas a Becket, John of Salisbury, Richard Fox, Roger Bacon and John Wycliffe.
- The Emerging Tradition. Correspondence from sixteenth and seventeenth century England. Includes Walter Raleigh, Dorothy Osborne, Anne Conway and Andrew Marvell.
- The Eighteenth Century. Correspondence of figures such as James Boswell, Edmund Burke and Daniel Defoe.
- The Collected Letters of William, Mary and Dorothy Wordsworth.
- The Correspondence of Jonathan Swift, edited by Harold Williams. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1963-65.
- Dickens, Charles. The Letters of Charles Dickens. Pilgrim edition. Oxford: Clarendon Press. 1965.
- Newman, John Henry. The Letters and Diaries of John Henry Newman. Oxford University Press, 1978.
- The Modern Era: 1800-1950. Collected letters and papers of many prominent authors including Charlotte Bronte, Thackeray, Rossetti, Trollope, Wilfred Owen, Katherine Mansfield, and I. A. Richards.