1843 or 1844
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40 etched, lithographed and aquatinted prints (3 hand-colored) of various subjects, including 5 of Malta. Several bills, tickets, passes and newspaper clippings pasted in, including an article on ""The Ghetto at Rome"" from Jewish Records), September 1857 (
Autograph diary of a tour through Germany and Italy, with a return voyage by way of Malta, Algiers and Gibraltar, taken by Trollope between September 1843 and April 1844 in the company of his friend Edward Davies. Trollope describes travel arrangements; monuments, works of art, and various tourist sights, particularly in Rome; church services attended and sermons heard; flowers and trees; shipboard activities; the quarantine of his steamer at Ryde; and the weather. He concludes his account by noting that ""I have seen quite enough to be able to value and prize the Institutions of our own country more than those I have left behind.""
1 v. (ca. 360 p.)
20 x 13 cm.
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