Journals, 1829-1857 [microform].


Journals, 1829-1857 [microform].

The journals consist of 7 volumes covering Osborne's life from 1829 to 1857. They all appear to have been written in 1897 using letters and other materials now missing, possibly as a projected autobiography. The first journal also contains genealogies of the Osborne and Boyse families dating from 1726.

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