William Manning (1732-1825), of Ormesby, Norfolk. The journals are of a young boy on tours in Norfolk, 1744, and in the eastern counties, 1745. Manning records history, topography, architecture, art, artefacts and trade in places visited.
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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.9457
Scope and Contents
1744: Yarmouth - Norwich - Swanton - Blickling - Wolterton - Holt - Cley - Stiffkey - Wells - Holkham - Brancaster - Houghton - Raynham - Hillington - Kings Lynn - Narford - Downham - Denver Sluice - Littleport - Ely - Cambridge - Barnwell - Newmarket - Bury St. Edmunds - Ickworth - Culford - Euston - Thetford - Wymondham - Norwich - Yarmouth. 1745: Yarmouth - Kings Lynn - Holbeach - Halfway House - Lincoln - Gainsborough - Sandbeck - Sheffield - Attercliff - Wentworth Woodhouse - Wakefield...
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