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The Travels of Leonard Jenyns: 1824 - 1842: The 'Journal' and 'Itineraries'


Nature in Cambridgeshire present, with the kind permision of My Roger Jenyns, previously unpublished manuscripts written by Leonard Jenyns and describing his tours around Britain from 1824 to 1842, including natural history observations.

Journal of a Tour through some parts of Sussex and Kent in the year 1824
    July 16 1824 - August 5 1824
    Lewes, Rottingdean, Newhaven, Brighton, Ringmer, Hastings, Tonbridge, Tonbridge Wells, Rochester, Isle of Sheppey
Note: First ever tour and first view of the sea.

The Itineraries (1826 - 1842) [Full Document]

1 Tour into Kent including the Isle of Thanet (1826)

2 Tour into Suffolk, Essex and Kent (1827)

3 Tour into Surrey, Sussex and Kent (1828)

4 Tour into Derbyshire (1830)

5 Tour into Monmouthshire & Gloucestershire (1836)

6 Visit to Sandgate in Kent (1837)

7 Tour thro' Berkshire, Gloucerstersh., Worcestersh., Shropshire & Cheshire to Liverpool (1837)

8 Tour to some of the Northern Counties of England (1838)

9 Visits to some parts of the South Coast (1839)

10 Tour to some of the Western Counties (1840)

11 Tour thro' some of the Midland Counties (1841)

12 Tour into South Wales (1842)



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