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Monasticon Eboracense: and the ecclesiastical history of Yorkshire. : Containing an account of the first introduction and progress of Chritianity [sic] in that diocese, untill the end of William the Conqueror's reign. Also the description of the situation, fabric, times of endowments of all churches, collegiate, conventual, parochial, or of peculiar jurisdiction ; and of other religious places in that district, and to whose memory they were dedicated. Together with an account of such monuments and inscriptions as are worthy of notice, as well as of the rise, progress, establishment, privileges, and suppression of each order, religious or military, fixed therein. With the catalogues of all the abbots, and other superiors of those places, and of all the patrons, rectors, vicars, cantarists, &c. of each church, chapel, &c. from the earliest account, down to the present time. ... To which is added, a scheme and propoals, [sic] in order to form a Society ... / By John Burton, M.D.

Burton, John, 1710-1771.
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M,DCC,LVIII. [1758]
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York : Printed for the author, by N. Nickson, in Coffee-Yard, M,DCC,LVIII. [1758]

Physical description

xii, 448 pages, 36 unnumbered pages, 3 unnumbered leaves of plates (2 folded) : maps, plan ; folio (40 cm)

Notes

Numerous errors in paging.
At foot of p.448: "The end of the first volume"; no more published.
With a list of subscribers and an index.
Copy 1. Supplier/Donor: Med. Soc. Lond. Bookplate of the Medical Society of London on front pastedown. 19th century manuscript notes on front endleaves.

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ESTC T153577

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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

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