Travel diaries, 1841-1871.

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Trollope, Anthony, 1815-1882. Travel diaries, 1841-1871.

Travel diaries, 1841-1871.

Six manuscript travel books, dated from Sept. 15, 1841, to Sept. 18, 1871. As a member of the postal service, Trollope kept in these books a record of the distances he had traveled to determine his travel allowance. After he retired from the service, he continued to use the books as a travel record. He also recorded in them other income.

6 v. ; 23-24 cm.

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