Find thousands of books, manuscripts, visual materials and unpublished archives from our collections, many of them with free online access.
Search for free, downloadable images taken from our library and museum collections, including paintings, illustrations, photos and more.
The wreck of Westminster Abbey, Being a selectionfrom the monumental records of the most conspicuous personages, who flourished towards the latter end of the eighteenth century, and which, from their impartiality, have ever been considered a convincing testimony of the independance of the age; including, among many others, the following royal, noble, and leterary personages: the - the - the P- of W- D- of - P- W- H- D- of - L-y G-r J-s B-j, Esq. M-s of L- L-d T-w Mr. - Mr. F-x R-d B-y S-n, Esq. D- of D- D- of B- Lady A- Lady E-n M-s of B- A- of - B- of D- B- of L- Sir G- T- T- D- of R- D- of Q- E- of S-h Sir J-n H-s Mrs. P- Sir R-d W-y Mr. E-n Mrs. S-ns D- of N- L-d M-o Mr. k-e Peter Pindar Esq. Mrs. F-t Mr. G-n by the Author of Kilkhampton Abbey.
- Croft, Herbert, Sir, 1751-1816.
About this work
London : Printed for Charles Stalker, No. 4, Stationers Court, Ludgate-Street, [1788?]
,60p.,plate ; 4⁰.
Eighth edition, with considerable additions.