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Letter from William Haylett, 'Honble East India Company's Ship 'Warren Hastings' Steering up the British Channel', to his aunt Mrs Smith, addressed to William Smith, Thorpe Cottage, near Norwich, Norfolk

Describes massacre of foreigners in Manilla in October 1820, Chinese two-headed 'monster' aged 16 seen at Macao, different varieties of tea and details of cargo. 6.945. Postmarked 29 May 1822.

Volume 3

Covers period spent almost entirely in India, including Banagalore, Myosre and Madras, but also includes visit to Hotel de Paris, Ootacamund in May 1894.


During 1861 Quevillart began studying medical books and manuscripts in his leisure time. Opthalmia a serious problem in the camp in November, Quevillart accompanied opthalmic patients to the 'blind camp' at Goolouwall.From March to Octob...

Autographs and letters of prominent East Anglians, with newspaper cuttings, and biographical sketches about the same.

Lucy Aggs of NorwichTwo letters from Miss Aggs and advertisement for books and portraits including one of Miss Aggs, c 1854.John Aiken, doctor and writer of NorfolkLetter to Joseph Cooper Walker enclosing a recent book of Aiken's, 1804, and b...

Robert Brady; ? 1627-1700; historian, court physician; Denver, Norfolk, and Caius College, Cambridge, Cambridgshire

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