June, 1876 – Moves to Isleworth outside of London to teach new Stokes school run by Thomas Slade-Jones

June, 1876 – Moves to Isleworth outside of London to teach new Stokes school run by Thomas Slade-Jones

In the week of June 12, 1876, a 23 year old Vincent walks from Ramsgate to London and then visits his sister in Welwyn, Hertfordshire just north of London.  In the last week of June he moves to Isleworth (near London), Linkfield House, 183 Twickenham Road, where William Stokes has opened his new school.  In early July, he again moves and takes up a position as a teacher at the school run by the Reverend Thomas Slade-Jones at Holme Court, 158 Twickenham Road, Isleworth.

October

Reads Souvestre’s Le philosophe sous les toits (93).

13 October

Cites poems by De Génestet, a poet he quotes from quite often in this period (94).

 


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