2 edition of Memoir of the late John Gough Nichols, F.S.A. found in the catalog.
Memoir of the late John Gough Nichols, F.S.A.
Robert Cradock Nichols
|Statement||by Robert Cradock Nichols.|
|LC Classifications||DA3.N6 N6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||45 p., 8 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||45|
|LC Control Number||04034688|
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A full "Memoir of John Nichols" by Alexander Chalmers is contained in the Illustrations, and a bibliography in the Anecdotes (vol. vi.) is supplemented in the later work. See also Memoir of the late John Gough Nichols Cradock Nichols, Memoir of the late John Gough Nichols, F.S.A.
Sources Primary sources. Nichols, John ().Occupation: printer; antiquary. Memoir of the Late John Gough Nichols, F.S.a by Robert Cradock Nichols Bibliolife ISBN: | ISBN Memoir of the Late John Gough Nichols, F.S.a Read more Similar Books»Compare Prices» Add to Wish List» Tag this book» Add book review.
Buy john gough nichols Books at Shop amongst our popular books, includingMemoir Of The Late John Gough Nichols, F.s.a, Medieval Tile Designs and more from john gough nichols. Free shipping and F.S.A. book in store on eligible orders. NICHOLS, JOHN (–), printer and author, was born at Islington on 2 Feb.
His father, Edward Nichols, a baker, son of Bartholomew and Isabella Nichols of Piccadilly, was born on 18 Oct. and died at Islington on 29 Jan. ; and his mother, Anne, daughter of Thomas Wilmot of Beckingham, Gainsborough, was born inand died on 27 Dec. Memoir of the late John Gough Nichols, F.S.A.
Westminster. 45 pp. June Scope and Content Note Inscribed "To George Bentley [Esq.] from Mrs. John Gough Nichols, Holmwood Park, October 26th, ". John Nichols (2 February - 26 November ) was Memoir of the late John Gough Nichols English poet and book publisher.
Nichols was born at Islington, Middleex. on 2 Feb. His father, Edward Nichols, a baker, son of Bartholomew and Isabella Nichols of Piccadilly, was born on 18 Oct. and died at Islington on 29 Jan. ; and his mother, Anne, daughter of Thomas Wilmot of Beckingham.
Box 2, Folder 2 Robert Cradock Nichols. Memoir of the late John Gough Nichols, F.S.A. Westminster. 45 pp. June Scope and Content Note Inscribed "To George Bentley [Esq.] from Mrs. John Gough Nichols, Holmwood Park, October 26th, " Box 2, Folder 3 Richard Bentley ().
Walter Bentley, Viceroy of Brittany. [Guildford: Billing.]. In he began his career as a printer as an apprentice to William Bowyer, becoming his partner in and sole proprietor in In he purchased the Gentleman's Magazine, which he edited until his death. Nichols was elected F.S.A. in His printing business continued by his son and fellow-antiquary John Bowyer Nichols.
TEXT RECORDS. Full text of "The Topographer and genealogist" See other formats. The first volume of the second edition was issued in and its successor inbut all that was printed of the third volume, with the exception of a single copy preserved in Gough's library at Enfield, and all the unsold copies of vols.
and ii., were consumed by fire at the printing-house of John Nichols on 8 Feb. Mr. North, F.S.A. Notes on the Connection of the Pate Family with Eye-Kettleby and Sysonby, in the County of Leicester pp Notes on S. Martin's Church, Leicester pp In he married Mary Williamson, by whom he had seven children.
The two children who are now living, are Charles Otis Scott and John Williamson Scott. The first is now ab and the last about 18 years of age. Scott was admitted to membership in this society, Sept. 8, Prepared by John Gough Nichols, F.S.A., of London, Eng.
comments. Letter from *John Gough Nichols (of the firm of J.B. Nichols and Son, Publishers, 25 Parliament Street, London) to James Raine concerning printing for the Surtees Society, including the Depositions. (Depositions and other Ecclesiastical Proceedings from the Courts of Durham, extending from to the Reign of Elizabeth, ed.
Raine (Surtees. by John Gough Nichols, F.S.A. (London, ) - OL * DUNLEVY, DON LEVI, DONLEVY, DUNLEAVY, DUNLAVEY, DUNLEVEY etc.:A Genelogical History of the Dunlevy Family By Gwendolyn Dunlevy Kelley (Columbus, Ohio, Issued for private distribution,) - HT * DURDIN-ROBERTSON: Huntington Castle - Chostly Tales and Worthy FellowshipsAuthor: Peter J.
Clarke. Full text of "Narratives of the days of the reformation: chiefly from the manuscripts of John Foxe the martyrologist ; with two contemporary biographies of Archbishop Cranmer" See other formats. The early Roxburghe Club, book club pioneers and the advancement of English literature by Shayne Husbands (); Roxburghe revels, and other relative papers; including answers to the attack on the memory of the late Joseph Haslewood, esq., F.S.A., with specimens of his literary productions by ROXBURGHE REVELS ().
In the mid s the pace of change became precipitous. The Nichols family had already sold the magazine inand J. Parker (successor to John Nichols's grandson, John Gough Nichols, as editor) gave up his duties in Established at the time of the RA's foundation inthe RA Library is the oldest institutional Fine arts library in the UK.
It holds a significant collection of books about both British art and the history of the RA since the midth century.
The Research Library and Archive is open to the public by appointment. By William Camden. Translated from the edition published by the author in MDCVII. Enlarged by the latest discoveries, by Richard Gough, F.
& R. In three volumes. Illustrated with maps, and other copper-plates. London: John Nichols, for T. Payne and Son, and G.G. and J. Robinson, HBS $3, The ingenious Mr. Crayen of Leipzig having translated the First Edition of these Anecdotes, &c.
into the German Language, dispatched a copy of his work to J. attended by the obliging letter here subjoined. SIR, Though I have not the honour of being acquainted with you, I hope your goodness will excuse the liberty I take of sending you a German translation of the Biographical.
An agreement was therefore made, by virtue of an Act of Parliament (5 Anne, cap. 30), with Sir John Cotton, grandson of the Sir John Cotton who died infor the purchase of the inheritance of the house where the library was deposited for the sum of four thousand five hundred pounds; and it was further provided that the library should.
John Gough Nichols (), printer and antiquary [ James Elmes (), architect and surveyor; Society of Antiquaries of London ] Publication details: 25 Parliament Street [ London ]. 21 May Full text of "Chronicle of the Grey friars of London v" See other formats.
* CAMERON: Reminiscences of Sir Charles A. Cameron, C.B. Illustrated By Sir C. Cameron (Dublin, ) - OL * CAREW: Particulars Relative to a Branch of the Family of Carew, Seated in the County of Cork from 'Collectanea Topographica et Genealogica' Vol V Published by John Bowyer Nichols and Son (London, ) - IA * DE MASSIE DE ROUVIGNY: Earl of Galway.
Atkinson, M.A. and Preston S.J. ‘The Late Iron Age and Roman settlement at Elms Farm, Heybridge, Essex, excavations an interim report’ Britannia, 29, Link to item Atkyns, R. Ancient and present state of Glostershire, 2 vols. (London). William de Stanhope may have been the father of John Stanhope: A charter made in London, Februshows a quitclaim by John de Stanhope son of John de Stanhope of Newcastle-on-Tyne to Thomas de Gildeford, of Castre, and Matilda his wife, of all the lands, tenements, chattels and goods in Castre, and elsewhere in "Naso Burg" which he.
A fac-simile is engraved in Autographs of Royal, Noble, Learned, and Remarkable Personages in English History, engraved by C.J. Smith, and edited by Mr. John Gough Nichols,4to., where the editor suggests that this slip of parchment was "perhaps a deceitful toy," or it may have been attached to some present offered by the Duke of.
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municated by Mr. John Gough Nichols to the 51st volume of The Dullin Review, Feb. (an abstract of which, also by Mr. Nichols, will be found in Notes and Queries, III. ), and (p. ) he remarks, that " Mr. Nichols shows most clearly (p. 69) that inthe ticentieth of Henry VIII., forty-five years after the death of.
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* It seems not i m p r o b a b l e that t h i s was t h e book " O f the duties of the inhabitants o f. page and an orle of crescents alludes (not obscurely) to some triumph over the standard of Mohammed.  In his connexion with the Honor of Clitheroe, Roger de Lacy gave to the abbey of Stanlaw the lordship of Merland, the advowson of the church of Rochdale, with four oxgangs of land in Castleton (the valuable glebe of the present vicarage), and Brandwood, an uncultivated.
By John Brent, F.S.A. London Simpkin Marshall, and Co.; Hal Drury and A. Grinder, Canterbury. 8vo. x inches. viii + pp. Illustrated by 31 .