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Diary of a winter in Bath, 1796-1797.

Diary of a winter in Bath, 1796-1797.

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The unnamed diarist later married William Lecky, an M.P. from County Donegal.
Tipped in: ALS from Ceuta Thompson to Walter C. Pepys; Conway, 1907 Sep 7.
Laid in: TLS from Emily Driscoll to James Marshall Osborn, 1954 May 21, accompanied by a typescript describing the diary.
Abstract:
Holograph diary written by a young Irish woman during her stay at Bath in the fall and winter of 1796-97. She describes visits to the Pump Room and the New Room; concerts at the Harmonic Society, balls, walks on the Promenade and drives in the countryside; flirtations, suitors and gossip; and sightings of celebrities, including Mrs. Fitzherbert, the Prince of Wurtemburg, and Lady Sydney. Second volume contains a transcription of the first made by Walter C. Pepys in 1906.
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V. 2
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Object ID: 16686097
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