MS LAT - Latin Manuscripts
UCL Special Collections
Early 19th century-mid 19th century
Manuscript volume, 19th century [before 1876]: Richard Troward's 'Latinum inverso ordine vocabularium' (Latin vocabulary in reverse order), possibly in his own hand.
1 volume containing 282 leaves + 12 blank
Sarah, younger daughter of the solicitor Richard Ironmonger Troward and sister of Richard Troward, the author of this manuscript, married the classicist Thomas Hewitt Key (1799-1875) in 1824.
Bequeathed to University College London by Thomas Hewitt Key and received in 1876. At the beginning of the manuscript is pasted a letter from his son, announcing the gift of this manuscript, together with MS LAT 14.
This item requires conservation treatment and is not fit for production.
Dorothy K Coveney, A Descriptive Catalogue of Manuscripts in the Library of University College London (London, 1935); handlist at University College London Special Collections.
The manuscript is referred to in Thomas Hewitt Key's Language: its origin and development (London, 1874), p 44.
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