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1. Letter from Agnes Ibbetson to Miss Welling, n.d.
2. Five letters from George Augustus Ibbetson to Thomas Madden Stone dated 5 April 1870, 13 April 1870, 9 July 1872, 17 March 1883, and 14 April 1883. Letter from Ibbetson to James Shuter regarding the Stone Testimonial, 15 January 1883.
3. Letter from Henry Ibbetson to an unnamed recipient, 26 April 1845.
4. Letter from W. T. Iliff to an unnamed recipient, declining the Botanical Chair at the Western Hospital, 17 June 1834.
5. Letter written by Wyndham Dunclair on behalf of the Imperial Institute of the United Kingdom, the Colonies and India to H. N. Ridley, discussing the use of kô-sam seeds for dysentary, 5 December 1917.
6. Unsigned, undated letter written by Jean Inglow to an unnamed recipient.
7. Letter from Jan Ingehousz to James Lind, discussing the results of burning phosphorus in a round globe, 1 January 1793.
8. Letter from Sir Edward Augustus Inglefield regarding some artic charts needed for a lecture, n.d.
9. Letter from Sir Robert Harry Inglis to Dr. William Jackson Hooker, 16 January 1844.
10. Letter from Alexander Irvine to someone called Buckland regarding the sanitary aspects of churchyards, 12 February 1844.
11. Three letters from George Washington Isaac to unnamed recipients, 9 January 1901, 4 December 1901, and 5 January 1902.
Agnes Ibbetson (1757-1823). Vegetable physiologist.
George Augustus Ibbetson (1815-1894). Dental surgeon. Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, and president of the Odontological Society.
Henry Ibbetson (1816-1886). Botanist.
W. T. Iliff (fl. 1834).
Imperial Institute of the United Kingdom, the Colonies and India.
Jean Inglow (1820-1897). Poet.
Jan Ingenhousz (1730-1799). Dutch physician and physicist.
Sir Edward Augustus Inglefield (1820-1894). Admiral. Fellow of the Royal Society.
Sir Robert Harry Inglis (1786-1855). Conservative politician. Fellow of the Royal Society.
Alexander Irvine (1793-1873). Botanist.
George washington Isaac (fl. 1901).