34: (Lady Catharine, née Walpole, religious writer, yo
(Lady Catharine, née Walpole, religious writer, youngest child of Horatio Walpole, second earl of Orford, married Henry Lawes Long, of Hampton Lodge, Surrey, 1797-1867) [Diary], 2 vol., autograph manuscript, 261pp., original limp morocco, gilt, slightly rubbed, covers splayed, sm. 4to, January 1861 - 15th August 1867. "24 Sunday June 1866. Poor Mr Hood attempted suicide by throwing himself on the rails before a train at Farnbro'. He suffered dreadfully from his head after, & said he wished he been killed when when they rescued him a good deal hurt."
***"May 1865 5. Friday. Warm with good showers. B early to Farnham & Aldershot. All drank tea at Owl's Hatch, & next walked in Brinton Wood, full of flowers, exquisite (came home in heavy rain).".