Found in 39 Collections and/or Records:
Inside front cover: sketch map of a part of Lyons. Inside back cover: notes in English and French of names and addresses.
The journal (c. 305 pages) begins in September 1747, describing the voyage out to India, and concludes with the return of Royal Duke to England on 5 June 1750. The volume includes navigational exercises, transcribed sailing directions and pencil landfalls, and a sketch of the British settlement at Oriocopong.
Includes pamphlets, articles, newspaper cuttings, maps and a final report. Authors: Michael Potts, Timothy Pritchard, Gary Baker, Kemlin Furley and Louise Semple.
Draft of article relating the history of pagods, aurioles and umbrellas in Asia. A large part of the article is devoted to umbrellas and the early role they played in lives of people in China, India, and Tibet.
The collection includes manuscripts of several of Ricardo's works, correspondence between Ricardo and James Mill, letters to Thomas Malthus ans letters to Ricardo's brother in law, J.H. Wilkinson. Also included is correspondence and papers from the twentieth-century concerning the Ricardo Papers.
Written on blank spaces of a printed almanac. Attached at beginning is a journal by Romilly of a tour in Holland and Belgium, Sep. 1818.
Diary of a journey through Germany, 8-29 September , apparently in Baly's hand, 122 folios. On fo. 2 is an explanatory note in the hand of the donor. Running from the end of the volume are notes on the geological formations in the districts visited and financial accounts for travel expenses.
Includes correspondence, sermons, lectures, articles and other miscellaneous papers.
Photocopy of a typescript diary of a visit to Moscow and Leningrad, 1928, 94 pages, with an index at the end. There are two accompanying pieces of correspondence with the donor, in English, 21 May 1986 and 2 June 1986, regarding the gift of the collection to Cambridge University Library.
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.
Seven soft-bound pocket notebooks in Bateson's hand that he used for documenting his tour of 'the Steppe'. Some have original numbers on the covers which are given in the following descriptions. Entries are mostly in pencil, with occasional use of ink. The content is often exceptionally detailed, with general observations, accounts of incidents, and notes on flora and fauna (sometimes with sketches). A large proportion of the entries are dated.
Journal by Harriet Miller of tours on the continent with her husband, Professor W.H. Miller, 1856 and later.
The archive contains photographs, postcards, and notes from the Soviet Union, Herbert Clinch's own articles on the trip, with additional ephemeral material such as money, cigarettes, and posters advertising Clinch's talk on his trip and his candidature for local elections.
Letters from James Dixon to his father John sent whilst he was travelling, mostly on the Continent. The letters have been guarded and bound. All are originals, and are addressed to John Dixon at 50 Fenchurch Street, London, except for /36 which is addressed to 6 Mecklenburgh Square. They give a detailed account of James Dixon's foreign travels, particularly of his sojourns in Vienna and Paris
Letters from John Smart in America to his mother, pasted into scrapbooks with additional material, including postcards, photographs, newscuttings and printed items, with comments and explanations by Smart.
Travel journal, 1802. 'Journal of a Tour in France begun July 23rd 1802'. From internal evidence the writer was an English army officer. Fos 48-50 and 85-94 are blank. 94 fos 8 x 5.75 in.
fo. 4: journal addressed 'To the He. L.', begins: 'Having settled my Affairs in Arca so ...', and ends: '... the very worst Country I ever saw.' fo. 19: 'Some Particulars relating to the present Situation of Affairs at Tunis.' Apparently unprinted. On cover is the name 'William Mart ...', in an 18th-cent. hand. The surname has been partly erased.
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