The antient and modern history of the loyal town of Rippon: [introduc'd by a poem on the surprizing beauties of Studley-Park, with a description of the venerable ruins of Fountains-Abbey, written by Mr. Peter Aram; and another on the pleasures of a country life, by a reverend young gentleman.] With ... accounts of ... St. Cuthbert ... St. Wilfrid of Rippon; and St. John of Beverley. ... Besides are added, Travels into other parts of Yorkshire. ... Collected by Tho. Gent, ... To which is sunjoin'd, by the author of The country life, A letter to the Hon. John Aislabie ... The happy reign; an eclogue. And a Latin copy of verses, with a translation, on the renowned grotto of Queen Caroline.
- York, Printed and sold at the printing office over against the Star in Stone Gate [Thomas Gent] as also by T. Hammond; 1733.
Rippon, E. Routh; 1733.
Knaresborough, J. Ross [etc., etc.] 1733.
- Physical Description:
- xvi, , 165, , 73,  p. Front (fold. plan) ill. (part double) 21 cm.
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- Described in Davies' Memoir of the York Press.
"Studley-Park. A poem "by Peter Aram, father of Eugene: p. 1-28.
"Country life" (running title) by John Mawer: p. 29-44.
Initials, head- and tail-pieces.
Advertisement:  p. at end.
- Subject Terms:
- Gent, Thomas -- Publisher.Hammond, T. -- Publisher.Ripon (England) -- Description and travel.Ross, J. -- Publisher.Routh, E. -- Publisher.Streatfeild, -- Bookplate.Ullathorne, William G. -- Autograph.Woodcut -- Specimens -- 1733.Yorkshire (England) -- Antiquities.
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Gent, Thomas, 1693-1778, The antient and modern history of the loyal town of Rippon, 1733
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