Found in 41 Collections and/or Records:
Journal of a voyage in the ship Bruce Grove of London. Wells, the ship's clerk, left the ship at Grenada on the return voyage. His journal is preceded (fo. 1v) by a list of officers and crew, and includes a series of engravings, maps, and sketches, some in colour, and a cutting from Chambers' Edinburgh Journal.
Journal of a tour of Japan, 29 July - 31 October 1892, 173 pages, some of which are unused. The volume contains inserted material, including trading cards, photographs, postcards, maps, and menus from RMS Empress of Japan. The diary is in English, but some of the additional items are in Japanese.
'Diary of a tour through Spain and the Mediterranean in the years 1808-1810', a typescript copy with illustrations. There are additional pages, containing 'Incidents in the life of F.S. Darwin' and letters.
Undergraduate lecture notes on physiology and biochemistry and a diary of a tour of North America.
Typescript transcription By H.S. Keating from the original material. (fo. i) introduction by H. S. Keating; (fo. 1) Sir Henry Singer Keating, narrative of travel in Madagascar, no date; (fo. 128) copies of letters from Sir Henry Singer Keating to Sir Henry Sheehy Keating, comprising account of travels in Greece, 2 Mar. - 5 July 1829; (fo. 218) ibid., account of travels in America, no date; (fo. 350) James Hastie, extracts from diary. Typescript. Verso generally blank.
Journals and notebooks of Hoare's extensive European tours, mainly through Italy.
Diaries, poems and juvenilia
Includes travel diaries and correspondence with family, friends and colleagues. Also included are numerous photographs and negatives of European churches and architectural features.
Extracts from letters written while travelling with the Duke of Bedford and others on the continent, between 1 December 1813 and June 1827, written in a contemporary hand, 182 folios: p. iii: portrait of Silver; p. vi: dedication to his wife; p. ix: list of places from which the letters were sent; p. x: extracts from obituary notices regarding Silver.
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