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Henry Campion: Student's note book

 Fonds
Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.3455

Scope and Contents

Notebook concerning studies at Trinity College Cambridge and matters of Naval administration. Includes: (fo. 1v) Campion's signature, followed by terms of measurement; (fos 2-39, 46-8) mathematical notes; (fos 42v-45, 49v-74) 'The art of pleasing in conversation' (English and French exercises); Reversing vol.: (fos 192-191v) astronomical notes; (fos 190v-161v) mathematical notes; (fos 158-153v) patent of commissioners for victualling Navy; (fos 151v-140v) duties of the principal officers and comptrollers of the Navy; (fo. 140v) instructions to Thomas Savery, treasurer 'to the commissioners for sick and wounded'; (fos 139v-137v) instructions for Henry Rowlandson, agent for victualling the West Indies fleet; (fo. 136v) instructions to Wilkins, agent at Portsmouth, for victualling; (fo. 135v) instructions to Benjamin Bowles, agent-victualler at Gibraltar, 18 June 1707; (fo. 134v) instructions to Alonzo Vere, agent at Gibraltar, 21 Oct. 1709; (fos 133v-131v) instructions to H. Mordaunt, treasurer of ordnance; (fos 121v-102v) French grammatical notes. Note of Campion's marriage, 8 June 1702, inside back cover.

Dates

  • 1700-1709 (Circa)

Conditions Governing Access

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Extent

1 volume(s) (1 volume paper) : paper

Language of Materials

English

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Purchased from William Smith, 26 Mar. 1897, for 9s.
Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin

Repository Details

Part of the Cambridge University Library Repository

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