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Summary Information.

Title
[Account book].
Alternative Title
The ladies diary: or, The woman's almanack, for the year of our Lord, 1710. London: Printed by J. Wilde, for the Company of Stationers, 1710.
Creator
Taylor, Alex, active 1710.
Date Created and/or Issued
[about 1710-1711]
Contributing Institution
UCLA, William Andrews Clark Memorial Library
Collection
Early Modern Annotated Books from UCLA’s Clark Library
Rights Information
Public Domain
Material in the public domain. No restrictions on use.
Description
Scope/Content: Manuscript in interleaved pages of printed book.
Scope/Content: Manuscript accounts inscribed on the blank leaves of an interleaved copy of The ladies diary (London: J. Wilde, 1710). Apparently kept by Alex. Taylor, whose name appears in a similar and contemporary hand on the front inner board, most transactions are outgoing payments to a variety of people. Some purchases recorded in more detail are for barley, hay, and the purchase of a horse; some transactions also record town names, which include Brailsford, Shirley, Hulland, and Bradley (all in Derbyshire). Other notations mention trips taken to Derby and London.
Condition: Bound in contemporary calf, with a wallet tuck; "1710" inscribed in ink on cover.
Type
text
Form/Genre
Account books--England--18th century.
Extent
[21], 11, [8] pages, bound; 16 cm
Identifier
AY751 .L15 1710 *
Language
English
Place
England--Derbyshire.
Provenance
Alex Taylor inscribed on front inner board; "1710" inscribed in ink on cover.
Location
CLUW

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