The Diary of Bosdin Leech June 1894

About this diary:
This is the diary of Bosidn Thomas Leech, beginning in June 1894 and ending in August 1894. This is again a diary containing numerous business accounts, often highly detailed. However, this truely acts as a diary in some entries where Bosdin's true feelings are recorded. For example: June 22nd 1894 'At Board Meeting Lord Egerton was being stupid & wanted to have all the minutes gone over' and 'Told Board was suprized and disappointed at the cost of the Queens visit and that I could not defend such extravagant expenditure'. This diary has been transcribed and edited by Eddie Lenton and is 54 pages long.

How to use the diary books:
To use the diary wait for it to load onto the screen and using either the navigation buttons underneath the diary to flick from page to page. Also you can click and drag the corneres of the diary just like you would do if you were opening the book yourself. If the writing is too small, you can use the zoom buttons indicated by the plus and minus signs from the navigation bar above the diary, or simply use the full screen button and the flip diary will encapsulate the whole screen, giving you the best experience.

This will be replaced by the SWF.