A supplementary collection of papers of Clive Bell which contains Bell's appointment diaries from 1913 to 1963 as well as a few literary items and material on the history of the Bell family.Sem título
(‘In Petty's list of his own writings … the entry “Verbum Sapienti, and the value of People” stands opposite the year 1665, and the internal evidence makes it probable that the booklet was written in the latter part of that year.’ (The Economic Writings of Sir William Petty, ed. C. H. Hull (1899), vol. i.))
Paris. Discusses his emigration to the United States of America
Acknowledges receipt of the last two volumes of his history of the Italian Republic
Invitation to dinner
Gatcombe Park. Mr Boddington still ill, favourable reviews of Ricardo's book in the "Edinburgh Review", fears that the Bank of England will not resume cash payments next year, Mr Mill has been staying
Upper Brook Street. Gives adescription of his 50th birthday party, wishes her a moderate quantity of wealth.
Pier Hotel, Ryde. Trip aboard 'The Independence'