The Vimeira estate. An article from the Morning Advertiser, January 18, 1951, by Basil C de Guerin. From his Scrapbook K, p. 10 (Staff.)
Farming & Horticulture
Pierre Carey sends a specimen of an unusual tree from Guernsey to Sir Hans Sloane in London, in the hope of advancing medicine.
F F Dally, in his Essay on the Agriculture of the Channel Islands, Barbet, 1860, in Channel Islands pamphlets X in the Library. The photograph is from The Channel Islands, by 'Lesser Columbus,' Southampton: London & South Western Railway Company, 1895.
From Frank Feather Dally's 1860 Essay on the Agriculture of the Channel Islands, Channel Islands pamphlets X, in the Library. The sarcloir, or sarcleur. The illustration is from Jacob's Annals, 1830.
Collected from local newspaper reports by the Gardener's Magazine, X (1834).
From The Star, in the Library collection.
From the local newspapers.
Bellamy's Guernsey Pictorial Directory and Strangers' Guide, pp. 40-1. An extract from the book, published in 1843, with an accompanying note.
Extracts from the French language local newspaper L'Indépendance, and the English-language Star.
Imports and Exports from Guernsey in 1827. From The Star, January 1, 1828. The Harbour records were destroyed in a German raid in 1940.