Great Britain -- History -- 19th century
Found in 3 Records:
Composite volume containing 1 manuscript tract (trial for sedition of Joseph Gerrald (1763-1796), a political reformer of Irish West Indian descent) and 7 separately printed pamphlets (occasional verse, politics, economics, philosophy, religion, science, first voyage of the Great Western steamship). Many of the items pertain to Bath, England.
Julius Charles Hare (1795-1855), archdeacon of Lewes in Sussex England, was a scholar, philosopher and theologian. This collection of his papers includes a piece of religious verse and a collection of 9 letters ranging in date from circa 1827 to 1852. Correspondents include the publishers John Taylor (1781-1853) and James Walton, the fine printer Samuel Bentley, the Reverend W. Carus of Trinity College, and Sir Robert Harry Inglis (1786-1855).
Journal used by William Frankland, who trained as a lawyer and served as Attorney-general in the Isle of Man and as private secretary to the secretary of state for home affairs in England. Topics covered in the journal include Frankland's attorney-general work, both in the Isle of Man and in London; continental travels, including in Belgium, Germany, and France; and his illness while in Cheltenham and Malvern, England.