Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:
Source material on the economies of South Africa, Central Africa, Ceylon [later Sri Lanka], India and Pakistan.
Observations made on a voyage [of the schooner of HMS Providence] between June 1797 and May 1798 by William Chapman.
International Alert was founded to campaign against genocide and other mass human rights abuses.
The correspondence mainly concerns Uganda and Sri Lanka.
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.
Comprising pen-and-ink and watercolour sketches.
Including views of Dartmouth; Albania; the Seychelles; Ceylon (Sri Lanka); Aden; India; and Corfu in the Ionian Islands.
Speeches mostly relating to reform of the Commission. Also includes the Aneurin Bevan Lecture and statements on Indonesia, Vietnam and Sri Lanka.
Written from HMS Goliath, including England, the voyage out to Hong Kong via the Suez Canal and Sri Lanka, Hong Kong, China, Japan and South Korea.
Written from HMS Repulse, HMS Canopus, HMS Goliath, HMS Albemarle, HMS King Alfred and from the British Embassy, Tokyo, including England, Northern Ireland, Ireland, Morocco, Gibraltar, Sri Lanka, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, Malta, Sicily and Italy.
The collection is comprised of nine volumes of journal entries and notes written during the voyage of the 'Marchesa' and one volume of notes for Guillemard's biography of Ferdinand Magellan. Some of the volumes include lists of letters sent home by Guillemard during his voyage to eastern Asia, China and Japan, which provide a rough itinerary of his journey.
Meteorological observations taken at various meteorological stations and at Colombo, January 1872, and observations taken hourly, 3-10 February 1872.
Nyasaland, British Honduras, Trinidad, Tanganyika, Iraq, Hong Kong, Nigeria and Straits Settlement, 1924-11 - 1929-07
The collection contains Leach's published and unpublished writings, research papers relating to his fieldwork in China, Botel Tobago, Burma, Ceylon, India and Nepal, and papers concerning his academic career.
Correspondence and other papers of Tupman's expedition to Ceylon for the total solar eclipse of 11 December 1871.
Includes correspondence with David Astor, Shah Nawaz Bhutto (son of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, former President and Prime Minister of Pakistan), Patrick Cosgrave (Special Adviser to MT), Prime Minister (Morarji) Desai of India, Hugh Trevor Roper, Ian Trethowan, Patrick Wall MP (including report of his trip to Iran and Sri Lanka, April 1975) and Nicholas Wolfers
And cuttings relating to his visits to British Guiana, 1962-63, and Dublin, May 1963
Souvenir photo album of unveiling of King George V statue in south Ceylon [later Sri Lanka].
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.