2 edition of [Letter] 1723 Aug. 22, London [to Ralph Thoresby, Leeds] found in the catalog.
[Letter] 1723 Aug. 22, London [to Ralph Thoresby, Leeds]
Written in English
|Contributions||Thoresby, Ralph, 1658-1725.|
|LC Classifications||NE642.V4 A4 1723 Rosenwald Coll|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. ;|
|LC Control Number||83460165|
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Full text of "The diary of Ralph Thoresby () Now first published from the original manuscript" See other formats. Vertue, George, Vertue, Georg George Vertue Vertue, George (English printmaker and antiquary, ) Vertue, George,engraver. Evidently Thoresby was reading Charnock when he began this volume of the diary; the last time it is mentioned is on 3 Marchp.when Thoresby departed for London, presumably leaving the heavy book behind.
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) was a visitor to the collection of Ralph Thoresby Richard Gough ( [bap. The Thoresby Society - Thoresbys Diary. Leeds] book January 1. This being [Letter] 1723 Aug. 22 first day of a new year, that through the sparing mercy of a good God, I am permitted to see the light of, I had some serious thoughts how to improve the short space of my pilgrimage (how small a part of this year it may continue, the Lord only knows!) more to the glory of God and the good of iny soul, and resolve by the divine.
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Scope and Content. Jun 15, · Horner Family of Yorkshire England & New Jersey The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey other outstanding personalities, Edward Fairfax, the poet and translator, who died inand here was born, inRalph Thoresby, the eminent historian of Leeds.
At the end of Kirkgate was the vicarage, near which stood the parish church of St Author: Isaac Horner. The eighteenth century: Social life. Pages A History of the builders, and architects. Halfpenny's master, John Carr (), is the only one to have attained a more than local reputation.
Carr began life as a This group had comprised William Lodge and Ralph Thoresby of Leeds and Martin Lister, the zoologist, besides Gyles. Mar 21, · In London the earliest practical outcome of this increased co-operation was the Common Fund, which held its first meeting in June see Leeds, Yorkshire Archaeological Society, MS 3, ‘Original letters, papers, &c collected by the late famous Antiquary Ralph Thoresby’, No.
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