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[Collection of letters on antiquarian subjects], 18th century.

Autor William Upcott
Vydání/formát:   Archivní materiál : English
Databáze:WorldCat
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Thirteen autograph letters, in various hands, which primarily discuss antiquarian matters. The collection includes a letter from John Sidney Hawkins to William Wilkins describing a volume, to be published, of a history of St. Stephen's Chapel. Another letter, from Philip Morant to Andrew Cortee Ducarel, gives advice about researching the Augmentation Office through old records in the Receipt of the Exchequer and the  Přečíst více...
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Žánr/forma: Correspondence
Osoba: Andrew Coltee Ducarel; John Sidney Hawkins; Peter Le Neve; W Massey; Thomas Maurice; Philip Morant; John Nichols; Richard Price; Stebbing Shaw; John Somers Somers, Baron; Jacob Tonson; William Upcott; Charles Vallancey; William Wilkins
Typ dokumentu: Archival Material
Všichni autoři/tvůrci: William Upcott
OCLC číslo: 702175353
Poznámka o jazyku: In English.
Poznámky: Binding: Middle Hill boards.
Pasted inside back cover: printed notice to subscribers concerning engravings.
Phillipps MS 21659.
Popis: 13 items ; various sizes.
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Thirteen autograph letters, in various hands, which primarily discuss antiquarian matters. The collection includes a letter from John Sidney Hawkins to William Wilkins describing a volume, to be published, of a history of St. Stephen's Chapel. Another letter, from Philip Morant to Andrew Cortee Ducarel, gives advice about researching the Augmentation Office through old records in the Receipt of the Exchequer and the Cottonian Library; and two letters by Charles Vallancey discuss ancient Irish and Arab history. The volume also contains letters on other subjects: one letter from Henry Baker requests his correspondent to send him details of a recent earthquake in Northampton so that he can enter a record of it with the Royal Society; another letter discusses calculations of annuities; and one entry consists of biographical notes on John Nichols, accompanied by an engraved portrait of him.

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