Mrs Conybeare’s commonplace book
Pocket common-place book with Locke's index
Vansittart, W. (autograph)
Manuscripts, EnglishWomen travelers--Europe--History--19th century
Europe--Description and travel
Hugo, Victor, 1802-1885
, 10, , 32, 5-9, 33-126, 126-157,  p.
Commercially produced diary printed at London for Taylor and Hussey.
Pages 5, 7 & 9 (2nd group) and [1, 5, 7, 9 & 11] (3rd group) blank; p. 84-85 (6th group) wanting.
Contemporary quarter binding, over paper.
Cursive script; varying number of lines per page.
Written by at least two hands in English in pencil, black, and blue ink, with some explanatory diagrams; the majority of the diary is the work of Mrs Conybeare.
Preliminary p. , 1-10 (2nd group), [1-13] (3rd group) a school Greek assignment.
Principally a travel diary of Mrs Conybeare's sojourns in England and on the continent.
Includes a description of a visit with Victor Hugo (p. 49-50, 6th group).
With two letters laid in.
With the autograph of W. Vansittart, Ch. Ch.
The gift of William Johnston, 1 Feb. 1996.