Found in 133 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence A - L, 1926-12 - 1927-12
Correspondence about a trip to China, 1979 - 1980
With two black and white photographs.
Including correspondence with Brian Aldiss and Iris Murdoch.
Correspondence on instruments, 1853 - 1854
Correspondence on International Geophysical Year, 1952 - 1956
Correspondence on standards, 1858 - 1862
Correspondence on the Nautical Almanac Office, 1939 - 1956
Correspondence relating to payments to James Inman, including £100 for his passage from China, 1796 - 1811
Includes Regulations of the East India Company regarding the sums to be paid by passengers to and from India on the Company's ships.
Correspondence to siblings, [Charles] Waltham and Florence, 1899 - 1909
Written from HMS Repulse, HMS Goliath, HMS Canopus, HMS King Alfred, HMS Glory, HMS Albemarle and from the British Embassy, Tokyo, including Gibraltar, Hong Kong, China, Japan, Malta, Russia, Denmark and the Netherlands.
With a diary entry, 12-25 August 1900; an inventory of gifts, undated; a photograph of a polo player, undated; a copy insurance policy, undated; and sketches.
Correspondence: Valentine Chirol to LSA, 1899-10 - 1901-04
Letters from Chirol [Director of the Foreign Department of the Times] and also from George Buckle [Editor of the Times] on LSA's work as the Times war correspondent in South Africa, and also on events in China.
Correspondence with MPs and Peers, surnames "PLU"-"PRI", 1975-8, 1975 - 1978
Correspondence with [Neil] "Billy" McLean, 1944-08 - 1949-11
Subjects include: the formation of an Albanian National Committee; the principle of co-partnership; the political situation in India, Vietnam and Sinkiang [Xinjiang, China] (1946).
Cuttings and cartoons relating to WSC, both before and after the Conservative election defeat, 1929-01-22 - 1933-09-20
Dame Edith Lyttelton née Balfour: writings, 1884 - 1943
Political and personal correspondence and other papers.
CHAN 1, contains mainly papers of Hon Alfred Lyttelton and Dame Edith Lyttelton, with a smaller quantity of material of Oliver Lyttelton
CHAN II, consist mainly of papers of Oliver Lyttelton, with a smaller quantity of papers of Alfred and Edith Lyttelton
David Binnie: World tour diaries and photographs
Determination of latitude and longitude, 1772 - 1806
Papers concerned with determining longitude and latitude at sea, with miscellaneous observations.
Written from HMS Goliath, including China, Hong Kong, Macau, Japan and South Korea.
Written from HMS Goliath, including Hong Kong, Singapore, China, South Korea and Japan, the voyage home via Sri Lanka and the Suez Canal, and Sicily.
Written from HMS Goliath, including Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, China, South Korea, the Philippines and Indonesia.
With a pressed leaf.
Diary, 1907 - 1946
Written from HMS Goliath, including Singapore, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, Russia and China.
Mainly comprising diary entries for 1946.
With a business card.
Diary of Cadogan's first year in China. Subjects covered include: the ongoing difficult relationship between Japan and China and the importance of balancing British interests in the region; his promotion to Ambassador in June 1935; Cadogan's relationship with the Foreign Office and the impact of Frederick Leith-Ross' mission; the Chinese financial crisis and difficulties with journalists as well social and family events.
Diary, 1936-01-01 - 1936-09-09
Diary of a journey to Japan, China, Korea and Canada, 1929
Including references to the National Archives of Canada.
Entries for June, 1774-06-01 - 1774-06-30
The daily entries for June include many observations of lunar distance and of the ship’s speed by the log line. On 4 June Bayly also reports that they had spoken to Captain David Thomson of the Kent East Indiaman, which was returning from China [RGO 14/56: 135v].