The visitation of Middlesex, began in the year 1663 by William Ryley, esq. Lancaster, and Henry Dethick, Rouge croix, marshals and deputies to Sir Edward Bysshe, knt. Clarencieux king of arms.
- Salisbury, Printed by J. A. Gilmore; 1820.
London, Published by J. Nichols, 1820.
- Physical Description:
- 1 p. ., 51,  p., 1 leaf. 34 cm.
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- I̲n̲ Middle Hill Press. A collection of works printed at Middle Hill.
British Art Center has 2 copies. Copy 1, which is interleaved, and which has ms. notes, has the autograph of Sir H. Ellis. Copy 2 has ms. notes by Sir Thomas Phillipps. Laid in copy 2 is 1 leaf of Preface, and an extra t.-p. reading: Middlesex visitation, 1663-4. Impensis dni Thomæ Phillipps, Bart.
- Subject Terms:
- Ellis, Henry, Sir, 1777-1869 -- Autograph.Gilmore, J. A. -- Printer.Heraldry -- England -- Middlesex.Middle Hill Press -- Publisher.Middlesex (England) -- Genealogy.Nichols, J. -- Publisher.Visitations, Heraldic -- England -- Middlesex.
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