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CC-Oldlibrary0.12.14-9    Draft:    1821--1822   Geological description of Anglesea : from the Transactions of the Cambridge Philosophical Society. [Corrected proof with original hand drawings and map. ]   Image
CC-T.11.25    Note:    1827.00.00--1831.00.00   [Christ's College, Cambridge] Students' Bills 1821 - 1832   Text   Image   PDF
CC-T.3.1    Note:    1828.00.00--1831.04.26   Admissions 1815-1852   Text   Image
CC-T.17.A    Note:    1828.00.00--1929.00.00   [Christ's College, Cambridge] Residents Book 1828 - 1829   Text   Image   PDF
CC-OldLibraryFox1    Correspondence:   Darwin Charles Robert, Fox William Darwin  1828.06.12   Darwin Charles Robert, Fox William Darwin   Image
CC-T.9.5    Note:    1828.10.00--1831.00.00   [Christ's College] Study Rents Oct. 1828-June 1849   Text   Image   PDF
CC-T.1.2    Note:    1828.10.15   Admissions to Christ College   Text   Image
CC-T.1.4    Note:    1828.10.15   Admissions 1818-1828   Text   Image
CC-T.11.26    Note:    1829   [Christ's College] Tutors' Accounts 1820-1829   Text   Image   PDF
CC-T.11.27    Note:    1830.00.00--1832.00.00   [Christ's College, Cambridge] Students' Bills 1830 - 1835   Text   Image   PDF
CC-T.8.2    Note:    1831.00.00--1837.00.00   [Christ's College] Lecturer's Book Commencements 1831-1928 [Degree Fees]   Text   Image   PDF
CC-OldLibrary184a    Photo:    1855.00.00   Photograph of Charles Darwin by Maull and Polyblank for the Literary and Scientific Portrait Club   Image
CC-OldLibrary184b    Miscellaneous:    1872.03.21   cheque by Charles Darwin 'to self' (Union Bank of London) 1872.03.21.   Text   Image
CC-OldLibraryGG.1.25    Draft:    [1874.00.00--1875.00.00]   Utricularia [draft of `Insectivorous plants' p. 427]   Text   Image
CC-OldLibrary-STAN1.26    Note:    Undated   Bay of Islands 56 page account of Beagle at Bay of Islands in New Zealand on 21 December 1935 and an account of the later arrival of the self-styled Soveregn Chief Baron de Thierry to claim his territory. Description of new Zealand and its Maori inhabitants. The impact of missionaries such as the brothers Richard and Joseph Matthews and the troubles and disputes that arose between these and other white settlers. Account of canibalism experienced by Augustus Earle in a Maori village. Description of Charles Darwin's exploration of the local environment and of captain FitzRoy's intervention in squabbles between captains of various whaling ships and the government of the Islands.
CC-OldLibrary-STAN1.29    Note:    Undated   Isle of France Document detailing the seventeen day passage to the island of Mauritius and the time spent ashore on arrival. During the journey Darwin rewrote his geological notes and ideas and Captain FitzRoy wrote an account of the voyage. On arrival at Port Louis Syms Covington gives a detailed description of the town and Darwin visited various people. He and Covington explore inland climbing La Pouce - the rime of an ancient volcano. Darwin meets and stays with Captain Lloyd a Surveyor Genral and friend of Sir John Herschel. During a walk on the island Darwin experienced a ride on Captain Lloyd's elephant and was able to study the coral reefs during a calm sea boat trip.
CC-OldLibrary-STAN1.31    Note:    Undated   Atlantic Islands Document detailing the Beagle's stop at St Helena in July 1836 for surveying and restocking purposes. Account of Darwin's and Covington's stay on shore, their exploration of the island and visit to Napoleon's tomb. Arrival at Ascension Island on 19 July 1836 and account of letters received by Darwin. Details of trip inland made by Darwin and Covington's Details of the Beagle's return to Bahia in South America to correct readings made on the journey out from England. Darwin and Covington take advantage of this visit to make a return journey inland. Beagle departs for St Jago in the Cape Verde Islands calling at Pernambuco en route the on to Angra in the Azores where Darwin explored the local flora and fauna before departing for home on 24 september 1835.
CC-OldLibrary-STAN1.34    Note:    Undated   Other Beaglers Manuscript document detailing the subsequent careers of officers and other people on board the Beagle. These include - Robert McCormick who dismissed his time on the Beagle in a few sentences. Who in 1839, in the company of the botanist Joseph Hooker a life long friend of Darwin, made his first scientific trip to the Antartic as surgeon and zoologist returning again in 1852. Failing to obtain promotion on his return, he settled in Wimbledon publishing 2 volumes of memoirs at the age of 84. He died in 1890. In 1837 Benjamin Bynoe signed up as sugeon and naturalist on the Beagle's third voyage to the southern continents returning in 1843 after which he served as sugeon on convict ships. He returned home in 1859, retired in 1863 and died in 1865. The artist Augustus Earle returned to England in 1834 after many years in Australia and New Zealnd exhibiting some of his work at the Royal Academy in 1837. He died in 1838 but none of his Beagle sketches have survived. His successor Conrad Martin became an established artist in Sydney working up many of his sketches from the Beagle journey for which he had kept careful notes. . His customers included Darwin with whom he corresponded, FitzRoy and several officers from the Beagle. He exhibited in London and Paris and died in 1862. Thomas Burgess was the only member of the crew who left a record of his regard for Darwin in a series of letters written in 1875. Syms Covington remained in Darwin's service until 1839 when he emigrated to Australia taking with him a generous testimonial from Darwin. He settled in Sydney as a clerk marrying in 184. A series of letters written by Darwin to to Covington between 1843 and 1858 survive. He died in 1861. The Fuegians, York Minster and his wife Fuegia Basket had been on board the Beagle for nearly a year before they were returned to Woollya in 1843. York Minster died iin a fight but Fuegia Basket was heard of several times spending a night aborad sealing vessels in the area. She was last heard of in 1883 extremely frail living with her daughters. Jeremy Button reappears in 1852 when Captain Parker Snow on a missonary venture to Woollya gives an account of his meeting with him. By this time he had 2 wives and 3 children.
CC-OldLibrary-STAN1.37    Note:    Undated   Stanbury Bibliography Details of notes and quotes relating to the bibliography
CC-OldLibrary-STAN1.6    Note:    Undated   Young Gentlemen Document detailing the accommodation, dress, duties and life of the 5 Midshipman on board the Beagle. They were Peter Benson Stewart, Arthur Mellersh, Alexander Derbyshire, Charles Muster and Philip Gidley King (son of Captain Philip King Commander of the Alexander and Beagle on the first surveying voyage to South America). Includes Robert FitzRoy's letter of 1837 written to Henry Hardinge detailing his own experience as a young gentleman at sea as advice for the young son of Sir Robert Peel.
CC-OldLibrary-STAN2.1.9-11    Printed:    Undated   West Coast Extracts from the Nautical Mag. Vol. 4 1835 ‘Loss of His Majesty’s Frigate Challenger’ A Diary of the Wreck of His Majesty’s Ship Challenger, on the Coast of South America in May, 1835 Extracts from the Diary of an attempt to ascend the River Santa Cruz, in Patagonia, with the boats of his Majesty’s sloop Beagle’ by Cap. Robert FitzRoy
CC-OldLibrary-STAN2.12    Note:    Undated   The Beagle's Peculiar Service 42-page typed document on the subject
CC-OldLibrary-STAN2.15    Note:    Undated   Misc Papers- Mainly on New Zealand; Photocopy of the Atoll Research Bulletin No. 88 on Coral Islands by C. Darwin [Stoddart]; Booklet entitled ‘Coral Reefs: The Last Two Million Years’ by D. R. Stoddart; A typed document entitled Bay of Islands" relating the Beagle’s arrival in New Zealand; Various extracts from Adventure in New Zealand
CC-OldLibrary-STAN2.18    Note:    Undated   Charles Darwin at Malham. Settle Caves. Papers for an article: W. R. Mitchell’s ‘Walter Morrison: A Millionaire at Malham Tarn’; A photocopy of an extract from ‘The National Review on Walter Morrisson’; Extract from W. Boyd Dawkins’ ‘Cave Hunting’ (1874)
CC-OldLibrary-STAN2.20    Note:    Undated   Old but Useful: Various letters mainly between C Darwin and R FitzRoy
CC-OldLibrary-STAN2.23    Note:    Undated   Odd Letters
CC-OldLibrary-STAN2.65    Note:    Undated   Ship’s Logs Jan 1827 - Oct 1828; Ship’s Log for HMS Thetis kept by Midshipman B J Sulivan for Jan 1827 - Oct 1828, 13 Oct 1828 - 14 Dec 1828; Ship’s Log for HMS Beagle kept by Midshipman B J Sulivan under Commander FitzRoy 15 Dec 1828 - 11 Feb 1829; Ship’s Log for HMS Ganges kept by Midshipman B J Sulivan under Captain Inglefield 12 Feb 1829 - 12 April 1829; Ship’s Log for HMS Northstar kept by Midshipman B J Sulivan under Captain Arabin 13 April 1829 - 10 July 1829; Ship’s Log for HMS Trinculo kept by Midshipman B J Sulivan under Commander Price 18 Aug 1829 - 21 Sept 1829; Ship’s Log for HMS Undaunted kept by Midshipman B J Sulivan under Captain Clifford 23 Sept 1829 - 22 Nov 1829; Ship’s Log for HMS St Vincent kept by Midshipman B J Sulivan under Captain Hawker 23 Nov 1829 - 30 Nov 1829
CC-OldLibrary-STAN2.79    Note:    Undated   Stanbury File of Record Sheets
CC-OldLibrary-STAN1.1    Note:    Undated   General Introduction "Synopsis of planned book divided into 3 parts entitled Prelude, Voyage and Conclusion. Includes a list of illustrations associated with each chapter. Article entitled 'Charles Darwin Sails Again' written by David Stanbury."
CC-OldLibrary-STAN1.12    Note:    Undated   Forest of Delights 41 page typescript account of the Beagle's arrival and docking at Rio de Janeiro Harbour and the distribution of the first mail after 3 months. Also a description of Augustus Earle's and Charles Darwin's visit to Rio de Janeiro and Botofogo Bay and Charles Darwin's first inland expedition to Mr Patrick Lennon's estate from 7-23 April 1832 in which he describes the topography, flora and fauna. Account of Robert FitzRoy's disimissal of unsatisfactory crew members during the Beagle's refit and Charles Darwin's visits to Admiral Sir Thomas Baker's ship. Details of the Beagle's return to Rio via Bahia with the death of 3 crew members from fever .
CC-OldLibrary-STAN1.15    Note:    Undated   Patagonian Pampas Series of notes and photocopied articles and letters including biographical details of William Kent and Conrad Martin plus his drawn portrait; copy letters to Captain Beaufort re death of Commander Skyring; to Charles Darwin's sister Caroline from Darwin in the Falkland Islands; to Captain Beaufort fromRobert FitzRoy aboard the Beagle. Copy of David Stanbury's article 'Darwin as a Traveller' from the Geographical Journal for June 1960. All of which appear to have little relation to the title
CC-OldLibrary-STAN1.18    Note:    Undated   River Expedition Document detailing Beagle's anchorage in the Santa Cruz river on 13 April 1834 for repairs and the expedition up river to seek its source in the Andes. Expedition led by Charles Darwin and Captain Robert FitzRoy taking three light boats and a crew of 18 up river to survey the course of the river and explore the hinterland. Charles Darwin and Robert FitzRoy discuss the geology of the river and its likely origin. Charles Darwin notes the existence of Condors and Guanaco. Began return journey three weeks later arriving back at the Beagle on 7 May 1834. Sailed through Straits of Magellan on 12 May 1834 stopping at Port Famine and picking up two castaways from Elizabeth Island en route. Met up with the Adventure at Port Desire where Conrad Martens recorded the first view of Mount Sarmiento. Robert Fiztroy's and Charles Darwin's cccounts of the wild scenery and the journey north up the west coast of South America to San Carlos in Chiloe and on to Valparaiso arriving 22 July 1834.
CC-OldLibrary-STAN1.20    Note:    Undated   Island of the West Collection of typed-up letters, handwritten and phtocopied notes. Letters from Robert FitzRoy at Valparaiso to Captain Beaufor dated 14 August, 26 and 28 September and 11 November all of 1834 concerning the Straits of Magellan charts, refitting the Beagle , surveying the coast of Chile, Conrad Marten's work ashore; the sale of the Schooner 'Adventure' and and FitzRoy's unhappiness with the subsequent overcrowding and pressure of work. Letter from Charles Darwin at St Iago to Robert FitzRoy dated Thursday 1834 detailing his trip inland to Quellopa and the copper mines beyond Aconcagua. Handwritten notes on J H Dring who was transferred from HMS Blonde to the Beagle as acting pursuer on the death of George Rowlet. Notes on Moritz Rugendas a German artist. Photocopied extracts on HM Beagle's Yawl dated San Carlos 6 January 1835.
CC-OldLibrary-STAN1.23    Note:    Undated   Shipwreck 33 page account of the wreck of HMS Challenger. Robert FitzRoy pilots HMS Blonde to the bay of Conception off Talcahuano while the Beagle travelled north to Callao to prepare for her crossing of the Pacific. FitzRoy rides inland to find the wreck of the Challenger to inspect the damaged crew and frigate and returns to HMS Blonde to organise a rescue party. . Details of the failed attempts by Captain Seymour to save the Challenger which was driven onto offshore rocks, builing of a camp on shore and the rescue and protection of stores. Rescuers and stricken sailors reached Valparaiso on 13 July 1835. Captain Syemour was court marshalled for his loss of the ship but at his trial Robert FitzRoy pointed out that new paaterns of ocean currents had arisen since the earthquake giving rise to much navigational confusion. Captain Seymour was aquitted. The Beagle meanwhile had collected Charles Darwin at Copiapo
CC-OldLibrary-STAN2.75[.29]    Printed:    Undated   Reprint of Darwin and the Development of Geography in C19 1984 - P Armstrong
CC-OldLibrary-STAN2.75[.31]    Printed:    Undated   Reprint of Darwin and the Galapagos 1983 - F J Sulloway
CC-OldLibrary-STAN2.75[.34]    Printed:    Undated   Article on Falklands Wildlife - K Standing
CC-OldLibrary-STAN2.75[.37]    Note:    Undated   Copy Letters from FitzRoy Nov 1836 & Nov 1859
CC-OldLibrary-STAN2.75[.6]    Note:    Undated   Journal Extract - Terrestrial Magnetism 1977 - John Conrad
CC-OldLibrary-STAN2.75[.9]    Note:    Undated   Reprint of The School Science Review Vol 67 Dec 1985 - A Bishop
CC-OldLibrary-STAN2.7    Printed:    Undated   Paradise Lost - A typed draft of a chapter "Paradise Lost" with 3 other copies of the same material
CC-OldLibrary-STAN2.72    Note:    Undated   Sir Francis Beaufort’s Diary Entries 1 Oct 1826 - 1 Oct 1838
CC-OldLibrary-STAN2.75[.1]    Note:    Undated   Index entries for HMS Beagle in State Library New South Wales
CC-OldLibrary-STAN2.75[.12]    Printed:    Undated   Extract from Life Letters & Journals of Sir Charles Lyell Vol 1 1881 - Edit Mrs Lyell
CC-OldLibrary-STAN2.75[.15]    Note:    Undated   Notes on Beagle artist A Earle
CC-OldLibrary-STAN2.75[.18]    Printed:    Undated   Reprint of Forty Years Association with John Gould the Bird Man 1987 - G Sauer
CC-OldLibrary-STAN2.75[.20]    Printed:    Undated   Supplement to the London Review Vol II 18 May 1861
CC-OldLibrary-STAN2.75[.23]    Note:    Undated   Handwritten notes on Woolwich Dockyard
CC-OldLibrary-STAN2.75[.26]    Printed:    Undated   Reprint of Dating of Beagle Voyage Manuscripts 1983 - F R Sulloway
CC-OldLibrary-STAN3.1    Note:    Undated   Card Index Material: Galapagos History
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