Past and present of leprosy : archaeological, historical, paleopathological, and clinical approaches : proceedings of the International Congress on the Evolution and Palaeoepidemiology of the Infectious Diseases 3 (ICEPID), University of Bradford, 26th-31st July 1999 / edited by Charlotte A. Roberts, Mary E. Lewis, K. Manchester.
- International Congress on the Evolution and Palaeoepidemiology of the Infectious Diseases 1999 : University of Bradford)
A genuine narrative, of Richard Roberts, and Thomas Taplin, were executed at the end of Bow-Street, William Pateman, for destroying the house of Robert Charlton in Coleman-Street, for which he there suffered; William Brown, for demanding of money from Carter Daking, in Bishopsgate-Street, near which he was executed; William M̀donnald, Mary Roberts and Charlotte Gardner, a Black, who were executed on July the 11th 1780. on Tower-Hill, for demolishing the house of Mr. Lebarty in St. Cathrine's-Lane, Tower-Hill.
Enlightened princesses : Caroline, Augusta, Charlotte, and the shaping of the modern world / edited by Joanna Marschner, with the assistance of David Bindman and Lisa L. Ford ; with essays by Glenn Adamson, A. Cassandra Albinson, Robyn Asleson, Wolf Burchard, Donald Burrows, Lisa L. Ford, Todd Longstaffe-Gowan, Florence Grant, Tyler Griffith, Mark Hallett, Craig Ashley Hanson, Samantha Howard, Roisin Inglesby, Emma Jay, Berta Joncus, Kathryn Jones, Mark Laird, Ben Marsh, Joanna Marschner, Amy Meyers, Clarissa Campbell Orr, Frank Prochaska, Lee Prosser, Aileen Ribeiro, Joseph Roach, Jane Roberts, Cyntha E. Roman, Matthew Storey, John Styles.
- Marschner, Joanna
Personal correspondence of other Morson family members, including Charlotte (wife), Thomas junior and Robert (sons), Isabelle (daughter), Thomas Pierre (grandson) and Albert Clifford (great grandson)
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- Morson, Thomas Newborn Robert (1799-1874); Thomas Morson & Son Ltd
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