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Dallaway, James, 1763-1834.
Antiquities of Bristow in the middle centuries.
Bristol, Mirror Office, 1834
|Named Person:||William Canynges|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
James Dallaway; William Worcester; James Nasmith; Bristol institution for the advancement of science and art, Bristol, England.
|Notes:||Title in red and black.
The "Itinerarium" of William Worcester includes only that portion of the work which relates to Bristol.
|Description:||1 preliminary leaf, iv pages, 2 leaves, 212,  pages frontispiece, illustrations, plates, genealogical table 26 cm|
|Contents:||An attempt to describe the first common seal used by the burgesses of Bristol. From the Archaeologia, vol. XXI.--Itinerarium; sive, Liber rerum memorabilium Willelmi Botoner dict. de Worcestre. E Codicibus mss. in bibliothecâ C.C.C. Cantab, asservatis primus eruit ediditque, Jacobus Nasmith ... Notulas addidit, cum indice, Jac: Dallaway. 1822.--An essay on the life and times of Wm. Canynges, merchant, of Bristow, in the fifteenth century. (Read at the Bristol institution, in April, 1831).|
|Responsibility:||By the Rev. James Dallaway.|