2 edition of address delivered before the inhabitants of Stratford, July 4, 1827. ... found in the catalog.
address delivered before the inhabitants of Stratford, July 4, 1827. ...
|Statement||Published by request.|
|LC Classifications||E286 .S889 1827|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||15|
|LC Control Number||37014197|
Warwick was dominated physically by its Castle overlooking the River Avon and politically and proprietarily by its lord, the anti-Catholic Tory and placeman Henry Richard Greville, 3rd earl of Warwick, borough recorder since and from the county lord lieutenant.4 At pains to expose the ‘undue influence’ exercised ‘more especially of late’ by the earl, ‘or as it is familiarly. The Book of Burtoniana: Volume 1: Volume 2: Volume 3: Volume 4: Register and Bibliograph y. Cover Image: Richard Francis Burton and his sister Maria, Boulogne , by Claude Jacquand, courtesy of the Royal Anthropological Institute, London. .
A Guide to Warwick, Kenilworth, Stratford-on-Avon, Coventry and the various places of interest in the neighborhood. Warwick: H. T. Cooke & Son, n. d. pp. Gems of Photographic Art. Photo-Pictures Selected from the Universal Series by Francis Frith. Reigate: Printed and published by Francis Frith, 1 pp. 20 I. of plates. 20 b & w. PREFACE. I have been constrained to write the story of "An Old New Zealander" largely to gratify the frequently expressed desire for a more comprehensive sketch of Te Rauparaha's career on the part of many readers of my former books, in which fitful glimpses of the old chief were given. These references have apparently awakened some considerable interest in the life and times of the great.
Coffins are also in the Williams “Doomsday book” () as current inhabitants of England, probably settlers from France at an earlier date. The Coffins spread out to . Bibliographies Works by John Herschel. APPENDIX I. Bibliography of Publications BY John Herschel. Prefatory Statement. The sources for this bibliography (an earlier version of which was published as M. J. Crowe, “Bibliography of the Publications of Sir John Herschel,” in Brian Warner (ed.), John Herschel – Bicentennial Symposium (Royal Society of South Africa, ), pp.
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