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Address. "Cellini". Delivered in Colorado Springs
Address. "Cellini". Delivered in Colorado Springs
Address. "Dante". Delivered in Colorado Springs, MSS 33 p.
Address. "Dante". Delivered in Colorado Springs, MSS 33 p.
Article. "A Little Story About a Necklace". TSS 12 p.
Article. "A Little Story About a Necklace". TSS 12 p.
Article. "A Little Story About a Necklace". MSS 21 p.
Article. "A Little Story About a Necklace". MSS 21 p.
Article. "A Study of Gerhart Hauptmann", East & West, I, 4 (February, 1900), 108-116 2 copies
Article. "A Study of Gerhart Hauptmann", East & West, I, 4 (February, 1900), 108-116 2 copies
Article. "Music Study vs. Performance", Journal of Pedagogy, XVI, 1 (September, 1903), 59-63
Article. "Music Study vs. Performance", Journal of Pedagogy, XVI, 1 (September, 1903), 59-63
Article. "Sir Daniel Wilson", Review of Historical Publications Relating to Canada, V (1901) 19 p.
Article. "Sir Daniel Wilson", Review of Historical Publications Relating to Canada, V (1901) 19 p.
Article. "Some Reminiscences". MSS
Article. "Some Reminiscences". MSS
Article. "Some Reminiscences". TSS 21 p.
Article. "Some Reminiscences". TSS 21 p.
Article. "Summary of the Langton Family". MSS 9 p.; TSS, 2 copies 9 p. each
Article. "Summary of the Langton Family". MSS 9 p.; TSS, 2 copies 9 p. each
Article. "The true story of the building of Holy Trinity Church, Toronto". MSS, TSS and copy
Article. "The true story of the building of Holy Trinity Church, Toronto". MSS, TSS and copy
Article. Notes for "Comparison of the Gospels". MSS 74 p.
Article. Notes for "Comparison of the Gospels". MSS 74 p.
Article. "Remarks on the census of 1871" MSS, n.d. 6 p.
Article. "Remarks on the census of 1871" MSS, n.d. 6 p.
Article. "Some peculiarities in the formation of ice" MSS, 7 p.
Article. "Some peculiarities in the formation of ice" MSS, 7 p.
Correspondence
Correspondence
Correspondence. John Langton [to William Langton?], 1 July 1848, commenting on the current political crisis, his organization of a branch of hte British North American League int eh Peterborough area, and his wililngness to stand at another election. Copy
Correspondence. John Langton [to William Langton?], 1 July 1848, commenting on the current political crisis, his organization of a branch of hte British North American League int eh Peterborough area, and his wililngness to stand at another election. Copy
Correspondence. John Langton [to William Langton?], December 1, 1867, reporting on his new duties as an arbiter of the division of assets and liabilities between Canada East and Canada West. Copy.
Correspondence. John Langton [to William Langton?], December 1, 1867, reporting on his new duties as an arbiter of the division of assets and liabilities between Canada East and Canada West. Copy.
Correspondence. John Langton [to William Langton?], December 1843 [sic, 1843], forecasting either another rebellion or the breakup of Canada because of strife between the Governor and the Assembly; John Langton [to Wililam Langton?], 21 Oct 1844, reporting that an election has been called by Sir Charles metcalfe. Copies
Correspondence. John Langton [to William Langton?], December 1843 [sic, 1843], forecasting either another rebellion or the breakup of Canada because of strife between the Governor and the Assembly; John Langton [to Wililam Langton?], 21 Oct 1844, reporting that an election has been called by Sir Charles metcalfe. Copies
Correspondence. John Langton [to William Langton?], November 9 and November 12, 1856, relating anecdotes about Joseph Morrison, Chancellor (William Hume) Blake, and James Beaven. These were omitted from his book, Early Days in Upper Canada. Copy
Correspondence. John Langton [to William Langton?], November 9 and November 12, 1856, relating anecdotes about Joseph Morrison, Chancellor (William Hume) Blake, and James Beaven. These were omitted from his book, Early Days in Upper Canada. Copy
Correspondence. John Langton [to William Langton?], giving his estimate of William Cayley. Copy
Correspondence. John Langton [to William Langton?], giving his estimate of William Cayley. Copy
Correspondence. John Langton to William Langton, 1870, enclosing a memorandum giving background information on how the books were kept prior to and after Confederation. Copy (TSS) 9 p.
Correspondence. John Langton to William Langton, 1870, enclosing a memorandum giving background information on how the books were kept prior to and after Confederation. Copy (TSS) 9 p.
Correspondence. Letter from John Langton to Hugh Hornby, February 20, 1838 [sic, 1838], regarding the Rebellion of 1837 and the economic depression in Upper Canada. Copy
Correspondence. Letter from John Langton to Hugh Hornby, February 20, 1838 [sic, 1838], regarding the Rebellion of 1837 and the economic depression in Upper Canada. Copy
Diary. "England and Abroad". Holiday, 25 June - 3 Oct 1909; Sabbatical, 25 Jan 1912 - 8 Nov 1913
Diary. "England and Abroad". Holiday, 25 June - 3 Oct 1909; Sabbatical, 25 Jan 1912 - 8 Nov 1913
Diary. English and foreign trip.
Diary. English and foreign trip.
Diary. European travels
Diary. European travels
Diary. Indices to diaries. "Recorded in diaries as sharing entertainment either in our house or in theirs or perhaps with a mutual friend"
Diary. Indices to diaries. "Recorded in diaries as sharing entertainment either in our house or in theirs or perhaps with a mutual friend"
Diary. Indices to diaries. Holidays and travel
Diary. Indices to diaries. Holidays and travel
Diary. Private. Volume I
Diary. Private. Volume I
Diary. Private. Volume II
Diary. Private. Volume II
Diary. Rockies and Yellowstone
Diary. Rockies and Yellowstone
Diary. Trip to Mediterranean and Eastern Europe
Diary. Trip to Mediterranean and Eastern Europe
Diary. Trip to south-western U.S.A. 14 pp
Diary. Trip to south-western U.S.A. 14 pp
Diary. Visit to England
Diary. Visit to England
List of illustrations, taken from a book about the Langton family, which are reproduced below
List of illustrations, taken from a book about the Langton family, which are reproduced below
Memorial Service. "'Pure' In memoriam of the late William Langton, Esq", Sunday Evenings at the Free Trade Hall, Manchester, No. 439 pp. 103-116
Memorial Service. "'Pure' In memoriam of the late William Langton, Esq", Sunday Evenings at the Free Trade Hall, Manchester, No. 439 pp. 103-116
Obituaries
Obituaries
Obituary. The Manchester Guardian
Obituary. The Manchester Guardian
Poem. "At times we read, with backward gaze", with later revised copy
Poem. "At times we read, with backward gaze", with later revised copy
Poem. "Copy of verses jotted down at intervals from the end of 1939", with separate copies of each of the verses: "When Jesus died upon the tree", December, 1939; "We turn to thee in danger and distress", February, 1940; "Not the vain shadow of earthly bliss", November, 1940; "We cannot serve Thee as we would", February, 1941; "the shadows gather round, darkness is near", May, 1941; "When flesh and blood are young, and spirits high"
Poem. "Copy of verses jotted down at intervals from the end of 1939", with separate copies of each of the verses: "When Jesus died upon the tree", December, 1939; "We turn to thee in danger and distress", February, 1940; "Not the vain shadow of earthly bliss", November, 1940; "We cannot serve Thee as we would", February, 1941; "the shadows gather round, darkness is near", May, 1941; "When flesh and blood are young, and spirits high"
Poem. "Less known is not less loved"; "O thou who for the sin of man dost grieve"
Poem. "Less known is not less loved"; "O thou who for the sin of man dost grieve"
Poem. "Like dreams that fade before the waking eye", with a second slightly revised version
Poem. "Like dreams that fade before the waking eye", with a second slightly revised version
Poem. "Somewhere she lives, though far beyond our ken".
Poem. "Somewhere she lives, though far beyond our ken".
Poem. "The Grace of God! It rests on all the earth", slightly revised copy of (16); "Like notes that float in circumambient air", November 3, 1941 [one copy, which appears to be an earlier version, is written on paper dated January 7, 1942 [au verso]
Poem. "The Grace of God! It rests on all the earth", slightly revised copy of (16); "Like notes that float in circumambient air", November 3, 1941 [one copy, which appears to be an earlier version, is written on paper dated January 7, 1942 [au verso]
Poem. "The Grace of God! It rests upon the earth".
Poem. "The Grace of God! It rests upon the earth".
Poem. "When trouble overtakes us"
Poem. "When trouble overtakes us"
Profession. Province of Canada, Board of Audit. Minute, February 1 and September 29, 1856; correspondence between John Langton, Chairman, and William Cayley, Inspector General, February 1 and July 18, 1856
Profession. Province of Canada, Board of Audit. Minute, February 1 and September 29, 1856; correspondence between John Langton, Chairman, and William Cayley, Inspector General, February 1 and July 18, 1856
Profession. Province of Canada. Legislative Assembly. return to an Address of the 19th June, 1856; for copy of all correspondence relative to the charge made by the Commissioner of Crown Lands in his place, in Parliament, against hte Auditor of Public Accounts. 26 June 1856. Annotated
Profession. Province of Canada. Legislative Assembly. return to an Address of the 19th June, 1856; for copy of all correspondence relative to the charge made by the Commissioner of Crown Lands in his place, in Parliament, against hte Auditor of Public Accounts. 26 June 1856. Annotated
Sir Daniel Wilson's Journal.  Photocopy of B1965-0014/003(01), p. 1-107
Sir Daniel Wilson's Journal. Photocopy of B1965-0014/003(01), p. 1-107
Sir Daniel Wilson's Journal. Photocopy of B1965-0014/003(01), p. 108-211
Sir Daniel Wilson's Journal. Photocopy of B1965-0014/003(01), p. 108-211
Speech. Given during the last session of Parliament, along with a letter of July 1, 1854, announcing his candidacy in the upcoming elections; both printed in the Peterborough Dispatch, July 4, 1854
Speech. Given during the last session of Parliament, along with a letter of July 1, 1854, announcing his candidacy in the upcoming elections; both printed in the Peterborough Dispatch, July 4, 1854