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Simpson and RLS travel 200 miles from Antwerp to Pontoise, north of Paris. 25 (Fri) Voyage begins at Antwerp. 26 Along the Willebroek Canal to Boom. 27 From Boom to Brussels. 28 RLS and Simpson travel to France by train, resuming their canal voyage at Maubeuge. 20 A Robert Louis Stevenson Chronology September From Maubeuge RLS and Simpson travel along the Rivers Sambre and Oise, and the canal linking the two. Their journey proceeds through Pont-sur-Sambre to Landrecies, to OrignySainte-Benoite, to Moy, to La Fere, along the 'Golden Valley' to Noyon, and thence along the Canal du Nord to Compiegne.
Odober 11 (Wed) Arrives in Paris on his way home. 16 RLS arrives home after his journey to Belgium and France. He at once resumes work on essays including 'Some Portraits by Raeburn' and 'On Falling in Love'. At the end of the month Fanny Osbourne returns to Paris with her children Isobel and Lloyd and takes an apartment in Montmartre. November Finishes writing essay 'On Falling in Love', later included in VP, and works on a short story 'The Devil on Cramond Sands'. His essay 'Some Portraits by Raeburn' is rejected by Cornhill.
25 Sends to SC six additional verses for CGV. Tells his parents he is reading Martin Chuzzlewit with enjoyment. June 'Fontainebleau' in the Magazine of Art. 1884 43 Early in June RLS is obliged to leave Hyeres and move to Royat, because of an outbreak of cholera in Hyeres, combined with a deterioration in his own health. He remains at the Hotel Chabassiere, Royat, until the end of June, seeing CGV through the press. 25 (Wed) tells Henley he has re-read Defoe's Colonel Jack 'with ecstasy'. July 1 (Tues) RLS and his wife arrive back in England after their sojourn in the South of France.
A Robert Louis Stevenson Chronology by J. R. Hammond (auth.)