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Peck, Francis, 1692–1743

Academia tertia anglicana, or, The antiquarian annals of Stanford in Lincoln, Rutland, and Northampton shires : containing the history of the university, monasteries, gilds, churches, chapels, hospitals & schools there : with memoirs of the lords, magistrates, founders, benefactors, clergy, & other antient inhabitants ... : in XIV books / compiled by Francis Peck ...

London : Printed for the author by James Bettenham, 1727.
Physical Description:
xvi, [615] p., [33] leaves of plates (one folded) : ill., plan ;
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DA690 S8 P3 1727+ Oversize
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Plates engraved by Gerard Van der Gucht, John Harris, Thornton, John Langton, and John Sturt; after Peter Tillemans and John Langton.
Various pagings.
Narrative extends to 1461.
Appended: The survey and antiquities of the towne of Stamford ... by Richard Butcher ... London : Printed by Tho. Forcet ... 1646. Since continued by the author to 1660 & much enlarged ... now first published ... to which are added, two letters about the original & antiquities of Stanford, by the late Reverend William Forster ... (vi, 31, 17 p. at end)
Subject Terms:
Bettenham, James -- Printer.
Mackworth, W. G. -- Autograph.
Stamford (England) -- History.
Etchings -- 1727.
Engravings -- 1727.
Butcher, Richard, 1583-1665?
Foster, William, -1719.
Van der Gucht, Gerard, 1696-1776, engraving.
Harris, John, active 1680-1740, engraver.
Thornton, engraver.
Langton, John, engraver.
Sturt, John, 1658-1730, engraver.
Tillemans, Peter, active 1724-1734, ill.

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