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Documents created by Neil Arnott (1788-1874), physician

Two documents. Letter dated 21 Aug 1835 written at Bedford Square to an unnamed recipient (addressed 'My Dear Sir') Arnott is asking whether the Duke of Portland may put questions to the recipient about a certain rail-road. Prescription dated 25 May 1829 'for Rose, Esqr'. Prescription is initialied by Arnott. Item mounted on paper.

Diary

Consists of the diary of William Brewis.

Includes a detailed account of the agricultural conditions in the year 1837 and a documentation of the poor weather conditions experienced. It also documents the death of William IV.

Diary

Consists of the diary of William Brewis.

Includes detailed agricultural accounts for the year 1838, and an account of Queen Victoria's coronation and country-wide celebrations. The diary also documents Lord Durham's expedition to Canada to settle the ongoing unrest regarding Independence and his subsequent trial in Parliament.

Diary

Consists of the diary of William Brewis.

Includes notes on the 'Corn Laws' and a detailed account of the Chartist riots across the country, describes the increasing poverty and decline in agriculture. There are also weather accounts for the whole year.

Diary

Consists of the diary of William Brewis.

Includes agricultural accounts for the year 1840, with emphasis on the livestock disease pandemic. There are also notes on Queen Victoria's marriage, the assassination attempt of Prince Albert by Edward Oxford and the birth of Princess Victoria.

Letter from T. Arnold

Concerning plans for European travel with his family, the death of a boy of fever at Rugby school, the forthcoming parliamentary elections,

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