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Academia tertia Anglicana; or, the antiquarian annals of Stanford in Lincoln, Rutland, and Northampton shires. Containing the history of the university, monasteries, gilds, churches, chapels, hospitals and schools there ... in XIV books / Compiled by Francis Peck.

  • Peck, Francis, 1692-1743.
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In the year 1727
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Publication/Creation

London : Printed for the author by James Bettenham, In the year 1727.

Physical description

576 unnumbered pages : folded frontispiece, illustrations, plates, plan ; (folio)

Notes

Narrative extends to 1461
"The survey and antiquitie of the towne Stamford ... written by Richard Butcher ... London ... 1646. Since continued by the author to 1660 ... To which are added, two letters about the original & antiquities of Stamford, by the late Reverend William Forster" (vi, 31, [1], 17 p. at end) has special title page and separate pagings
Various pagings.
Copy 1 Note: With list of subscribers. Butcher's 'Survey' has separate t.p. Signature of the local artist and antiquary Francis Simpson [1796-1865] on t.p. X116139
Copy 2 Note: Armorial bookplate of Charles Viscount Bruce of Ampthill (subscriber), dated 1712, pasted to vero of t.p. Engr. port. of Peck, MS. book list with prices and other MS. notes loosely inserted. X116140

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ESTC T97520

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