Diaries -- 19th century
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 57 Collections and/or Records:
Commonplace book of Eliza Cooper, mid-19th century, including copies of poems, late 18th - mid-19th century, many by members of the George family of Bristol Intermittent diary entries by a woman, probably a member of the George family of Downside, near Bristol, 1875-84 Diaries of Elizabeth Hannah Otway (née Batt), written mainly in Ireland, 1850-8, 1870-5 …
Extents: 4 shelfmarks
Dates: 19th cent.
Papers of Colonel George and Mrs. Caroline Julia Baker, 1809-1857, mainly relating to the period of Colonel Baker's office as British representative on the Greek Boundary Commission.
Extents: 3.0 Linear metres (30 physical shelfmarks)
Archive of the papers of John Sankey, Viscount Sankey of Moreton
Extents: 14.7 Linear metres (147 physical shelfmarks)
Archive of Katharine Villiers, Countess of Clarendon, with letters of Lord Clarendon, and miscellaneous family papers
Correspondence, diaries and papers of Lady Katharine Clarendon, with some correspondence of her husband, George Villiers, 4th Earl of Clarendon, and some miscellaneous family papers, 1815-1892.
Extents: 18.26 Linear metres (166 physical shelfmarks)
Papers of Sir Robert William Hay, Edward William Auriol Drummond-Hay, Sir John Hay Drummond-Hay, Sir Robert Hay Drummond-Hay, Alice Emily Drummond-Hay and Cicely Eleanor Meade-Waldo.
Extents: 6.82 Linear metres (62 physical shelfmarks)
Political, semi-official, personal and family correspondence and papers of Sir Maurice de Bunsen, consisting of: De Bunsen's correspondence and papers, 1852-1932 (making up the bulk of this collection). They fall into two groups: letters written by de Bunsen to his family, and letters written to de Bunsen and his professional and private papers Social and family correspondence and papers of…
Extents: 24 shelfmarks
Pocket diaries of A.D. Godley, 1897-1924, and of his wife Amy, 1893-1931.
Extents: 50 shelfmarks
Diaries, with transcripts, of C.H. Hawes, relating to tours of: France, Belgium and Switzerland, 1897-8 The Far East: India, Burma, Ceylon, Australia, New Zealand, Philippines, Hong Kong, China, Japan, Siberia and Sakhalin, 1900-1 Greece, Turkey and Crete, 1904-5 Crete, 1909 The collection also contains an account book and…
Extents: 28 shelfmarks
Diaries of James Austin Roberts (1795-1872), a Congregational minister, along with diaries of members of his family.
Extents: 1.8 Linear metres (18 physical shelfmarks)
Diaries of Julia and Anne Marie Woodforde, written in a variety of printed pocket books.
Extents: 86 shelfmarks
Diaries of Lady Elizabeth Egerton, 1862-1919.
Extents: 52 shelfmarks
Diaries kept by members of the White family, consisting of: Diaries of Henry White at Fyfield, 1785, 1788 Diaries of Charles Henry White and Sampson White at Fyfield, 1790-1802 Diaries of Sampson White at Maidford, 1800-1823 Diary of Francis Henry White, 1804 Diary of Sampson Henry White, 1826 The diaries…
Extents: 13 shelfmarks
An illustrated personal diary or 'Log Book' kept at Monte Rosa Villa, Kingham, near Chipping Norton in Oxfordshire, and at 17 Hanover Terrace, Regent's Park, London, by Lieutenant Colonel John Barrow, including also his visits to various parts of England and the Continent. The period covered is from August 1864 to November 1898. The illustrations consist of photographs and engravings, and there are also a very large number of cuttings from the Times and other papers…
Extents: 64 shelfmarks
Papers of the Dixey family, mainly of F.A. and H.G. Dixey, consisting of: Thirty-six volumes of 'The Unique manuscript magazine', begun by H.G. Dixey and his brother Roger as children in 1904, and continued to the former's death in 1974 Journals and diaries, 1911-1914, 1956-1974 Letters from H.G. Dixey while serving on merchant ships, 1913-1915 Five notebooks…
Extents: 202 shelfmarks
Facsimiles of two volumes of a manuscript diary kept by John Lewis Mallet, marked 'volumes iv and v' and covering the period October 1821 to January 1825. The remainder of the diary has not survived.
Extents: 2 shelfmarks
Dates: copies of originals dating 1821-1825
Correspondence and papers of William Gilpin, with later Gilpin family papers, consisting of: Observations on the coasts of Hampshire, Sussex, and Kent, relative chiefly to picturesque beauty ... 1774 (London, 1804) Observations on several parts of the counties of Cambridge, Norfolk, Suffolk, and Essex. Also on ... North Wales; ... in two tours ...…
Extents: 295 shelfmarks
Papers of the Heber family, mainly correspondence of Reginald Heber and of his sons, Richard and Reginald. The collection also includes: Notes and verse by Reginald Heber Correspondence, 1793-1832, verse, 1768-1775, and a journal, 1786, of Mary, second wife of Reginald Heber Lists and catalogues of books, and bibliographical notes made by Richard Heber School…
Extents: 69 shelfmarks
Fair copy of part of a journal by an unidentified Frenchwoman, 16 September 1870-19 February 1871, written in Paris during the siege, with many pen-and-ink or water-colour portraits, including two portraits probably of the writer.
Extents: 4 shelfmarks
Dates: 16 September 1870-19 February 1871
Eight notebooks containing the journal of Henry Huntingford on a Continental tour.
Extents: 8 shelfmarks
Journal, possibly by Miss M. Lindsay, of a journey with her parents from Glasgow, and a visit to the West Country, 16 Nov. 1802-19 Feb. 1803, 26 Mar.-17 Apr. 1803. Her father has added place names, and the number of miles travelled, on the versos of leaves in the first volume, and his own diary entries, up to 13 Feb. 1803. A weather diary, 10 Dec. 1802-25 Mar. 1803.
Extents: 2 shelfmarks