Shave's Suffolk memorandum-book, or, Complete pocket ledger : peculiarly adapted to the use of the gentlemen of the country : being the bissextile or leap year, the thirty-third of the new stile used in Great-Britain, and the twenty-fourth of the reign of George III.
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Complete pocket ledger
- Ipswich : Printed by Shave and Jackson, printers of the Ipswich Journal, MDCCLXXXIV 
- Physical Description:
- , 32,  p.,  leaves of plates : map ; 16 cm.
- Rare Books and ManuscriptsAY751.Z7 S53 1784Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon FundAccessible by request in the Study Room [Request]
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- At head of title: 1784.
First part of title and imprint within separate wood-engraved designs.
BAC: British Art Center copy bound in later calf wallet. Bookplate: Claude & Joan Cox. Inscribed: Wm. Clayton Jany 5th, 1784. Includes Sir William Clayton's record of accounts, in pen and brown ink, for the entire year; this portion is catalogued separately.
- Subject Terms:
- Clayton, William, Sir, 1762-1834 -- Autograph.Cox, Claude & Joan -- Bookplate.Shave and Jackson -- Printer.Suffolk (England)
Wood engravings -- 1784.
Engravings -- 1784.
- A map of the roads of England and Wales
- Fifty-two double pages ... for memorandums, observations, money paid or lent, &c.
- Alphabetical list of towns in the county of Suffolk
- Names of the counties, cities, corporations, borough-towns and stewarties in Great Britain
- Counties in England and Wales
- List of fairs in the county of Suffolk
- Lord lieutenant, members for the county, members for the different corporations in the county ...
- Times of holding the quarter-sessions
- Rate of carriage, from London, &c.
- Tide-table for Suffolk and Norfolk
- Ipswich, an account of
- List of the most considerable English poets
- List of the learned judges of the law
- Useful abstracts of several acts passed in the last session of parliament
- A new alphabetical account of all the stamps now in use in Great Britain
- An account of the perpetual taxes laid on since the commencement of the war with America, national debt, &c. &c.