An account of King's college-chapel, in Cambridge ... including a character of Henry VI. and a short history of the foundation of his two colleges, King's and Eton ... By Henry Malden, chapel-clerk ...
- Cambridge, Printed for the author, by Fletcher and Hodson, 1769.
- Physical Description:
- iv, 91,  p. front. (port.) plate. 19 cm.
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- BAC : Bound with: Pembroke, T.H., 8th Earl of. A new description of the pictures, statues, bustos, basso-relievos, and other curiosities at the Earl of Pembroke's house at Wilton. Salisbury, 1758.
BEIR Edea C144 748: No. 2 of 2 titles bound together.
While an undergraduate, James wrote this work for the benefit of Henry Malden, the chapel clerk, under whose name it was published ... Cf. Dict. of nat. biog.
- Subject Terms:
- King's College (University of Cambridge)
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James, Thomas, 1748-1804, An account of King's college-chapel, in Cambridge .., 1769
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