Found in 953 Collections and/or Records:
Requesting Clive [?Carey]'s address in Calais 'as we go there for a rest in a few days time'
Has been given command of a company; hears [Sir Hubert] Parry has written 'some more part songs' [probably Songs of Farewell]; asks after V[aughan] W[illiams]; his head is full of music; Eddie Marsh is 'in despair, for his saccharine memoir of Rupert has been nipped in the bud'
Again missed Dent when on leave, but met Manny [Forbes], [Cyril] Rootham, Alan Gray and others, the latter in despair at the state of Cambridge; Beecham has heard of Vaughan Williams's new opera [Hugh the Drover] and shows interest, 'I suppose it would be too hideous a fate for it?'; saw a performance of Boris Godunov
Has been on leave in Paris, where he met Alphonse ?Kans and saw the latter's art collection; has so far failed to secure a staff job
The Kneller Hall post; Adrian Boult; his wind septet has been performed privately; progress of the war
Working for the claims commission as a rent officer; hopes to meet some old friends; the French peasantry; death of 'CB'
'This [accompanying sketch of an equestrian statue] gives a rough idea of what I should like erected on Market Hill after my demise - But it must be executed by a Royal Acadamician...'
Celebration of [King's College] Founder's Day; problems involved in cashing a cheque; unimpressed by most Belgian refugees; wet, muggy weather, with little to do
Very hot and dusty in Picardy; Beecham and his production of Seraglio; moves into the front line the next day as a company commander, a role he prefers
Will have to rest in hospital for a time; does not wish to be sent to 'any Red Cross show'
An indiscretion; has been painting: 'Buying painting materials in this absurd town was great fun.'
The prospect of leave and the amenities of an unidentified base town [Amiens?]; fighting in wet weather; 'Would you tell me the name of some nursery ballads you once played to me?'
Printed. Detailed information about the French army including French history, France, army conditions and recruitment, organisation, administration, military education, uniform, and the French navy.
Journal by Harriet Miller of tours on the continent with her husband, Professor W.H. Miller, 1856 and later.
Written in an early nineteenth century hand, and possibly a translation, 182 folios. Fos i, xi, 169, and the verso throughout are blank.
For broadcasts to Albania, Bulgaria, Denmark, France, Greece, Portugal, Rumania, Spain, Yugoslavia
France; Ms note attached to paper on 'German Tactics in France' provided by Dr Stenton based on his research)
'Delle historie memorabili contiene le Guerre d'Italia de' nostri tempi', possibly in the author's own hand.