R.S. Herries (1860-1941) was a law student at Cambridge, 1881-4, and a barrister in London, 1884-94.
Diaries and notes of R.S. Herries, as a law student and a barrister, including many descriptions of travels, mainly in Great Britain, some in Europe, with the texts of two papers read to Eton (school) societies, on geology, 1880, and mathematical, mainly geometrical, problems.
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Law | Great Britain | 19th century
Diaries | 1880-1898
Herries | R S | 1860-1941 | barrister
University of Cambridge
Europe | Description and travel
Great Britain | Description and travel
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