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Commonplace book,

Extracts and translations from English, French, German, and Italian prose and verse, made by Maria Elizabeth Thomas during her travels in France, Belgium and Italy, 1819-1825, with an index (ff. 138-47 verso) and two untitled rough pencil sketches (ff. 150-1).

Maria Elizabeth Thomas.

Glynne of Hawarden estate records

  • GB 0210 GLYNNE
  • Fonds
  • 1304-1899

Estate records, including deeds and documents, 1304-1887, relating to the estates of the Glynnes in Flintshire and elsewhere. The first three centuries covered by the deeds relate largely to the Ravenscroft family, their property, and their legal transactions. A large body of the documents relate to the period when Sir John Glynne, 6th bart., was the occupier of the estate. Other estate records include accounts, rentals, estate, household, and personal accounts, inventories, election expenses, colliery accounts, lists of charities distributed, estate maps, plans, surveys, bills, vouchers, etc., 1690-1872, including rentals of the lordship of Hawarden, 1686-1886. -- Amongst the personal papers are the diaries and account books of Sir John Glynne, 1753-1757, the diaries of the Rev. Stephen Glynne, 1798-1824, Mary Glynne, afterwards Lady Lyttelton, 1824-1831, Stephen Richard Glynne, 1825-1874, and W. H. Gladstone whilst at Eton College, 1856-1857; travel journals through North Wales, 1824, South Wales, 1824, Scotland, 1839, Germany, Italy, France, Spain, Switzerland, Belguim, Greece and Austria, 1834-1866, Turkey, 1848, Egypt, 1850, and Palestine, 1850. -- The archive also includes election papers such as lists of voters, canvass returns, accounts, relating to Flintshire elections, 1727-1837, letters written by and to members of the Glynne family and to Gladstone; notes on history, genealogy and ecclesiology; ships' log-books, 1727-1730 and 1734-1739. -- A separate group of legal papers which belonged to a lawyer named Dovey, relate mainly to bankrupts, and their immediate relevance to the Glynne family is not very obvious.

Glynne family, of Hawarden

Holiday in France

An exercise book containing an account entitled 'A Journal of a holiday in France, August 1st to August 26th, 1926', together with a memo book containing an abbreviated account of the same.

Journal

Journal, 1 September 1853-28 December 1854, 10 April-3 June 1855, of Lady Charlotte Guest (later Schreiber), in Canford, Dowlais, London, France and Italy.
Also included are loose notes for a journal, 1858-1860 (9 ff.).

Journal

Journal of Lady Charlotte Schreiber, September 1879-November 1881, including tours in Holland, Germany, Belgium, Sweden and France; also Canford, London and Margam (pp.1-106); together with records of purchases, September-October 1879, September-November 1880, September-November 1881 (pp. 1-42 at end of volume, inverted text).

Journal of a tour,

Two volumes bound in parchment containing a detailed journal by David Pennant, Downing of a tour of France, Belgium, Holland, Germany, Austria, Italy and Switzerland. The recorded tour began at Dover on 5 July 1819 and ended at Brussels on 16 June 1820. At the end of each volume are daily weather observations and other memoranda.

Journal of a tour,

A journal of a tour of Holland, Germany and France undertaken between 16 July and 17 November 1837. The tour began at Rotterdam and included visits to Scheveringen, Katwig [Katwijk], La Haye [The Hague], Leyden [Leiden], Haarlem, Amsterdam, Broek, Utrecht, Arnheim [Arnhem], Cleves, Dusseldorf, Cologne, Bonn, Andernach, Coblenz [Koblenz], St Goar, Bingen, Rhudesheim [Rudesheim], Wiesbaden, Wiesbaden, Francfurt [Frankfurt], Fulda, Eisenach, Gotha, Weimar, Leipsig [Leipzig], Meissen, Dresden, Chemnitz, Reichenbach, Bayreuth, Nuremberg [Nurnberg], Ratisbonne [Ratisbon], Landshut, Munchen (Munich), Augsbourg [Augsburg], Ulm, Stutgard [Stutgart], Carlsruhe [Karlsruhe], Baden Baden, Strasbourg, Sarrebourg, Nancy, St Desier, Rheims, Ch√Ęteau Thierry and Paris. Among the persons mentioned in the text are Lord and Lady Cawdor, Lord Emlyn and Lady Caroline. At the end of the volume are a few pencil illustrations and an index of places (p. 267).

Tour journal

A journal kept by Sir John Henry Scourfield on a tour through parts of Holland, the Rhineland, Switzerland and France.

Tour journals

  • NLW MS 23063C
  • File
  • 1842-1844

Journal of John Matthews of Birmingham, describing a tour which he made through France, Germany, Switzerland and Austria from May to October 1842 with his wife, Hannah Maria Matthews (1799?-1890) (ff. 1-86), and their tour in Wales, May to September 1844 (ff. 88-127), the latter section being illustrated with engravings, 1841-1842.

Matthews, John, 1790 or 1791-