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The Family Memoirs of Will. Stukeley and the Antiquarian and Other Correspondance of Will. Stukeley [Et Al.] Volume 2 (Paperback) Loot Price: R440 Discovery Miles 4 400
The Family Memoirs of Will. Stukeley and the Antiquarian and Other Correspondance of Will. Stukeley [Et Al.] Volume 2...
The Family Memoirs of Will. Stukeley and the Antiquarian and Other Correspondance of Will. Stukeley [Et Al.] Volume 2...

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The Family Memoirs of Will. Stukeley and the Antiquarian and Other Correspondance of Will. Stukeley [Et Al.] Volume 2 (Paperback)

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.1883 Excerpt: ... Leicestershire. 4 Feb., 1755. Sir Thomas Cave" visited me. He is collecting the antiquitys of Leicestershire.--Diary, vol. xv., 42. Radcliffe. 25 Jan., 1759. At the Royal Society. An account of a Roman camp at Ratcliff, in Leicestershire, by Cossington, the foss almost obliterated, I believe of Agricolas.--Diary, vol. xviii., 26. Leicester. 24 May, 1759. At the Antiquarian Society. Mrs. Rudiug sent two drawings, exquisitely done, of the Roman pavement found 3 years ago at the black fryers, Leicester.--Diary, vol. xviii., 54. LINCOLNSHIRE. Rev. Abraham De La Pryme13 To The Very Revernd. Dr. Gale, Dean Of York. Printed in De la Pryme's Diary, p. 209, Surtees Soc, vol. liv. Hull, July 22 1699. Very Reverend Sir, Having made bold in my last letter unto you, dated the 16 of this month, to acquaint you with the recent discovery of a "Sir Thos. Cave, who died in 1778, was an active and learned public character. He completed the family mansion at Stanford, and stored its library with a large and well-selected collection of books. He contributed very materially towards the publication of "Bridges' History of Northamptonshire: " and made ample collections for the "History of Leicestershire," but did not live to arrange them for publication. Stanford Hall became the property of Henry Otway, Esq., in right of his wife, only sister of the last Sir Thomas Cave.--See Beauties of England and Wales, vol. x., p. 462. "The Rev. Abraham de la l'ryme was lecturer at Hull, and minister of Thome, where he died at an early age. Thoresby, in his Diary, June 20, 1704, writes, "I was much concerned to hear of the death of my kind friend, Mr. Abr. de la Pryme, who, visiting the sick, caught the new distemper or fever, which seized him on Wednesday, and he died the Monday after, the 12t...

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Imprint: General Books LLC
Country of origin: United States
Release date: February 2012
First published: February 2012
Authors: Will Stukeley
Dimensions: 246 x 189 x 8mm (L x W x T)
Format: Paperback - Trade
Pages: 138
ISBN-13: 978-1-151-19780-1
Barcode: 9781151197801
Categories: Books
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LSN: 1-151-19780-7

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