2 edition of diary of John Baker, barrister of the Middle Temple, solicitor-general of the Leeward Islands found in the catalog.
diary of John Baker, barrister of the Middle Temple, solicitor-general of the Leeward Islands
|Statement||being extracts therefrom, transcribed and edited with an introduction and notes by Philip C. Yorke ... a record of life, family history and society, 1751-1778, in England (mostly in Sussex and London) and the Leeward Islands, and of two travels abroad.|
|Contributions||Yorke, Philip C. b. 1865, ed.|
|LC Classifications||DA483.B3 A3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 517  p.|
|Number of Pages||517|
|LC Control Number||32003163|
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Get this from a library. The diary of John Baker, barrister of the Middle Temple, solicitor-general of the Leeward Islands. [John Baker; Philip C Yorke]. The Diary of John Baker, Barrister of the Middle Temple, Solicitor-general of the Leeward Islands John Baker Hutchinson & Company, Limited, - England - pages.
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Provo, UT: Operations Inc, The diary of John Baker, barrister of the Middle Temple, solicitor-general of the Leeward Islands by Baker, John.; 1 edition; Subjects: Social life and customs; Places: England, Leeward Islands; People: Baker family; Times: 18th century. These were published by Hutchinson in as The Diary of John Baker, barrister of the Middle Temple, solicitor-general of the Leeward Islands.
The book contains an introduction and notes by Philip C Yorke. Baker’s diary is, Yorke says, ‘a record of small people and small events, written down for future reference without any literary art. William Charles Colyear, 3rd Earl of Portmore (–) was a Scottish peer, styled Viscount Milsington until He was the second but only surviving son of Charles Colyear, 2nd Earl of Portmore, and his wife was styled Viscount Milsingtion in on.
Baker was a lawyer of the Middle Temple, and then went to live in the Leeward Islands, where he married an heiress, Miss Ryan, and became Solicitor-General. He returned to England for the last 10 years of his life. His diary shows great concern for health matters, gives much detail about the weather, and has some interest for cricket historians.
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