2 edition of Archdeacon Francis Wrangham, 1769-1842 found in the catalog.
Archdeacon Francis Wrangham, 1769-1842
1937 by Printed at the Oxford University Press for the Bibliographical Society in [Oxford] .
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 59-99.
|Statement||by Michael Sadleir.|
|Series||Supplement to the Bibliographical Society"s Transactions,, no. 12|
|LC Classifications||Z989.W92 S2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 103 p.|
|Number of Pages||103|
|LC Control Number||37038802|
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Archdeacon of East Riding. He was a noted author, translator, book collector and abolitionist. He was born at Raysthorpe, near Malton, Yorkshire. He attended Hull Grammar School and took honors at Cambridge. He was ordained in he was ordained and became rector of Hunmanby in the East Riding.
In England in that Burial: Chester Cathedral, Chester, Cheshire West. Archdeacon Francis Wrangham, [Oxford] Printed at the Oxford University Press for the Bibliographical Society, (OCoLC) Named Person: Francis Wrangham; Francis Wrangham; Francis Wrangham; Francis Wrangham; Francis Wrangham: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Michael Sadleir.
Oxford: Oxford University Press, square 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. xi, pages. WRANGHAM, Francis (). The English Portion of the Library of the Ven. Francis Wrangham Archdeacon of Cleveland. Malton: Privately Printed by R. Smithson, 8 o ( x mm). Late 19th-century calf gilt, edges gilt Archdeacon Francis Wrangham hinge cracked).
Wrangham, Francis (), Archdeacon of the East Riding, classical scholar This page summarises records created by this Person The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are held, and reference 1769-1842 book to help you find the.
Barnard, Edward William, Wrangham, Francis, Bow in the Cloud Letter from Archdeacon Francis Wrangham asking Benson to forward his son-in-law's (Edward William Bernard) poem 'The Woldsman's Prayer', which he copies out after the letter.
Letter from Archdeacon Francis Wrangham to Maria Benson. Enclosed are his poems entitled 'Sonnet' and 'Imitated'. For Archdeacon Wrangham's arms see note on Major Digby Francis Wrangham.
See ‘ Wilberforce of Markington ’, Burke's Landed Gentry, 18 th edition, vol. 3, page See ‘ Maclean of Ardgour ’, Burke's Landed Gentryvol. 2, page His will being proved at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury in See also Burke's ‘Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland’, vol.
II, London,pagesand ‘Hunter's Families’, iii, (The Harleian Society). For Archdeacon Wrangham's arms see note on Major Digby Francis Wrangham. The Venerable Francis Wrangham, - Archdeacon of the East Riding of York, author, translator, book collector and abolitionist.
ID: A09G43 (RM). Francis Wrangham (, British), Clergyman FRANCIS WRANHAM, M.A. F.S.A.’ with facsimile signature which reads ‘Frs. Wrangham Archdeacon of the East Riding of Yorkshire’ and pencilled ‘’.
Francis Wrangham was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in Wrangham, Francis, Letter: Chester, to David Laing / Frs. Wrangham. University of Edinburgh - Main 1769-1842 book, Edinburgh University Library.
Bibliographic format. octavo. General notes. With an additional engraved title page, signed: Archdeacon Francis Wrangham. Dunstall sc With a final, vertical half title: Bp. Sanderson's Cases of Conscience Microfilm. WRANGHAM, FRANCIS (–), classical scholar and miscellaneous writer, born on 11 Junewas the only son of George Wrangham (–), who occupied the farm of Raysthorpe, near Malton in Yorkshire, and rented the moiety of another farm at Titchwell, near Wells, Norfolk.
Francis Wrangham () was a prolific writer, scholar, and Church of England clergyman. Wrangham was also an early supporter of Catholic emancipation. Educated at Cambridge, he was ordained in He became Archdeacon of Cleveland () and later Archdeacon of East Riding.
This is a copy of Volume XXVI of Constable’s Miscellany of Original and Selected Publications in the Various Departments of Literature, Science & The Arts; “The Pleiad” a series of Abridgements from Seven Distinguished Writers on the Evidences of Christianity by Francis Wrangham M.A.
F.R.S., published by Constable, Edinburgh in The book has pages of text and is bound in a green. Kenneth R. Johnston Keywords: Francis Wrangham, Cambridge University, French Revolution, alarm, poetry, unusual suspect Like many other young liberals of the s victimized by William Pitt's `Reign of Alarm', Francis Wrangham is remembered today, if at all, only as a footnote to a more famous life: in his case, William Wordsworth's.
Wrangham was a year ahead of Wordsworth at. Francis Blackburne (9 June – 7 August ) was an English Anglican churchman, archdeacon of Cleveland and an activist against the requirement of subscription to the Thirty Nine Articles Life. Blackburne was born at Blackburne read the book in manuscript, but denied that he had any share in the composition.
Book: All Authors / Contributors: Michael Sadleir. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Mary Elizabeth BraddonRhoda BroughtonVille de ProvinceThe demoralized cityThree men I knew"All horrid?"--Archdeacon Francis Wrangham ()--Disraeli, the Star chamber and.
The Venerable Francis Wrangham (), English cleric, Archdeacon of the East Riding of Yorkshire (), Fellow of the Royal Society, Archdeacon of Cleveland (–) ; Digby Cayley Wrangham (), English barrister and politician, private secretary to Lord Aberdeen in the Foreign Office, son of Francis Wrangham.
Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. "Memoir": v.1, p.  "Loves of the butterflies" (v. 1, p. ) and a few other poems are accompanied by a Latin version by Archdeacon Wrangham, and one song, "Oh.
Archdeacon Francis Wrangham, [Oxford]: Printed at the Oxford University Press for the Bibliographical Society, R.C. Bald. Bibliographical Studies in Beaumant & Fletcher Folio of [Oxford]: Printed at the Oxford University Press for the Bibliographical Society, Dorothy Blakey.
The Minerva Press, Archdeacon Francis Wrangham () and his Books (M. Sadleir), pp. I Joseph Pote of Eton and Bartlet's Farriery (R. Austen-Leigh), pp. Three Notes on Caxton (C.
Biihler), pp. Date of printing of Boethius; the Book callid Caton ; Lydgate's Life of our Lady. Some Contemporary Accounts of Renaissance Printing Methods.
Hull Grammar School was a secondary school in Hull, England, founded around and endowed in by the prelate Johnwith the loss of its sixth form, it was renamed the William Gee School for Boys. In the latter merged with the girls-only Amy Johnson High School as Endeavour High School, before closing permanently in Unusual Suspect, Unlikely Hero: A Life in the Reign of Alarm Francis ‘Ornament’ Wrangham (–).
tion" of the library of Archdeacon Francis Wrangham (poet and translator, ). Lot on 30 Nov., "Blake (W) Designs to a series of Ballads written by W Hayley, plates, 4 parts Chichester, " (13s.
to "Evans;' probably the dealer R. Evans). The cat. description is insufficient to identify. Wrangham () Wrangham was a well-known and widely read poet, essayist and translator of Greek and Latin literature.
He was an advocate for the abolition of slavery, the education of women, Catholic rights, charity schools, free libraries, charity hospitals and other progressive social ideas. In he was appointed to the theological chair at Cheshunt College.
Next year he married Mary Anne Wrangham, daughter of W. Wrangham and a niece of Archdeacon Francis Wrangham. In Harris received from Brown University, America, a diploma of doctor of divinity.
Advanced. Customer Services. Log In | Register. One of the authors of the accompanying verse was Archdeacon Francis Wrangham, an advocate for the abolition of slavery, women's education, Catholic rights, charity schools, free libraries, charity hospitals and other progressive social ideas.
Seller Inventory # More information about this seller | Contact this seller Modern eps. General wear to binding. 2 early prior owner signatures. A VG copy. Item # "Fr.
Wrangham" written in t.p. top margin, who is presumed to be book collector Francis Wrangham, whose collection was auctioned by Sotheby's in [cf., p. of Wrangham's privately-printed catalogue, ].
Price: $2, Francis Wrangham () was a prolific writer, scholar, and Church of England clergyman. Wrangham was also an early supporter of Catholic emancipation. Educated at Cambridge, he was ordained in He became Archdeacon of Cleveland () and later Archdeacon of.
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Emmanuel by Golding, Louis. In Karli son of Karli held the Lordship, this transferring in to Gilbert of Ghent who also became Tenant-in-chief to King William I.
In Muston was a village and civil parish in the Wapentake of Dickering in the East Riding of Yorkshire. The ecclesiastical parish was a Vicarage held by the Archdeacon of Cleveland, Francis Wrangham. Title: Archdeacon Francis Wrangham Author: Michael Sadleir - Michael Sadleir (25 December – 13 December ) was a British novelist and book collector.
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Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, Edited by the Venerable Archdeacon Wrangham. Imprint Chester [J. Fletcher, printer] Wrangham, Francis, ed. Subjects. Local subject British Poetry of the Romantic Period, EARLIEST QUOTE USED FOR LECTIO BREVIOR - Jean Daillé Today I ran into what seems to be the earliest quote that is used for the lectio brevior (shorter reading) theory that is a key part of the Hortian charade.
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