Found in 86 Collections and/or Records:
Compiled by War Office, reprinted by Royal Engineers. Printed on linen-backed paper.
Account of climbing the Matterhorn during a visit to Zermatt, Switzerland, 1946, visiting the Eastern Vilayets, Turkey, 1948, and visiting Canada with Leo Amery, 1949, which was not included in the published volume. Includes a few original letters from JA to his parents.
Account of JA's visit to Turkey, 1948, which was intended to be chapter 51, but was not included in the published volume.
Letters on LSA's visit to the Balkans and his first resulting article, with correspondents including: Sir [Charles] Howard Vincent; William Courtney, Editor of the Fortnightly Review; Count Leon Ostrorog on Russian influence in Turkey and the chances of a more liberal Turkish constitution; Chedomille Mijatovich [Serbian Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Britain] advising LSA on contacts for his trip; Samuel Barnett; James Bryce.
Note; by Charles Robert Darwin of queries no 1-14 concerning British Museum specimens
As far then as the principle of gradation throws any light on the steps by which the splendid feathers in the peacocks tail were developed hardly anything more can be desired
Note; by Charles Robert Darwin; written at B[ritish] Museum
Birds-114 Note, Queries concerning sexual differences in plumage, numbered 5-15, 1847-01-01 - 1882-04-30
[queries [and answers? by Bartlett?] numbered 5-15 concerning sexual differences in plumage of birds]
Note; by [Elizabeth 'Bessy' Darwin?] pp-and Charles Robert Darwin
Wild male Turkey all feathers erected - tail expanded like fan showing its brown & black transverse bars
Note; by Charles Robert Darwin; written at Z[oological] Gardens
Correspondence and papers about Lloyd's personal business interests and those of the government.
Subjects include: the deadlock on the Western Front; progress of the war after six months; Russia and Constantinople [later Istanbul, Turkey]; the importance of Alexandretta [Iskenderun, Turkey] as a future base; Mesopotamia [Iraq, and parts of southeast Turkey, southwest Iran and Syria]; lists of war commissions and committees.
HAP's logbook as Naval Attaché at Athens [Greece], Ankara [Turkey], Belgrade [Yugoslavia, later Serbia], with letter to HAP from N Christitch, and HAP letters to JP.
2 letters from Admiral of the Fleet Sir [Alfred] Dudley Pound [1st Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Staff] to HAP.
Correspondence regarding foreign observatories, including those in Czechoslovakia, Italy, Mexico, Switzerland, Argentina, Turkey, Portugal, Japan, Germany, Belgium, Finland and Denmark.
Correspondence regarding foreign observatories, including observatories in Turkey, Italy, Poland, Argentina, Belgium, Sweden and India.
Correspondence regarding foreign observatories, including observatories in Turkey, Sweden, Egypt and Pakistan.
Two newspaper reports from the 'Guardian' on Greek-Cypriot relations with Turkey.
Papers comprising diaries, correspondence, official papers, lectures, articles, broadcasts and photographs
Also including papers of Commander John Somerville about his father, 1950-91
Comprising pencil and pen-and-ink drawings.
Including views of Vigo, Spain; Aden (Yemen); Corfu and Zante (Zakinthos) in the Ionian Islands; Rhodes in the Dodecanese Islands; Suez from the Canal (Egypt); Gibraltar; Malta; Turkey, including Adalia (Antalya); and Salonica (Thessaloniki), Greece.
Reports and correspondence.
These volumes were apparently acquired by Lord Lloyd towards the end of his period as commercial attaché at Constantinople. They contain copies of the telegrams which passed between the Sublime Porte and its ambassadors and were probably kept by the telegraph office at Constantinople.