Announcements of Lectures on Geology

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"In the interim walked on the Sands & when there the rain descended more heavily, I nevertheless searched up some seaweed. Returned. Took shelter under the Museum cornice, & examined the Old Effigy, of which I had a plate engraved during my residence at Scarbro". On looking at Posters on the walls, I discovered the announcements of Lectures on Geology on the Tuesday of the next week. This, thought I, is against me; and the weather unfavourable; & no lodgings at my old resort, made me regret my excursion; but subsequent success in obtaining subscribers for my lectures re-invigorated my spirit."

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At this stage, John Cole was living in Northants. He planned a trip to Scarborough on a 'lecturing excursion'. The lecture on geology was timed for the day following John Cole's lecture on 'The Passions'. John Cole kept diaries throughout his life - and then used the diaries to produce a manuscript 'An Account of the life of John Cole of Scarborough' (started in 1829 - 18 volumes). Much of the substance of the MS is based on his diaries (and appears for much of the MS to be copied direct from his diaries). The original diaries are apparently no longer extant.

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Announcements of Lectures on Geology

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Evidence

"In the interim walked on the Sands & when there the rain descended more heavily, I nevertheless searched up some seaweed. Returned. Took shelter under the Museum cornice, & examined the Old Effigy, of which I had a plate engraved during my residence at Scarbro". On looking at Posters on the walls, I discovered the announcements of Lectures on Geology on the Tuesday of the next week. This, thought I, is against me; and the weather unfavourable; & no lodgings at my old resort, made me regret my excursion; but subsequent success in obtaining subscribers for my lectures re-invigorated my spirit."

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TST4
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TFO20
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TPR210 Read in

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Cole, John
Aged 46 [Experience in 1838, born in 1792]

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August 21 - 26 1838
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Accessed on 2019/11/18 05:19:32

Related place
England
Related people
Cole, John
Related place
England
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