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Title
Annotations on The seats of the nobility and gentry in Great Britain and Wales. [Vol. 2]
Alternative Title
Angus, William, 1752-1821. The seats of the nobility and gentry in Great Britain and Wales. Islington : Published by W. Angus, Gwynne's Buildings, Feby. 1, 1787.
Creator
Angus, William, 1752-1821
Contributor
Woodgate, Colonel, former owner.
Date Created and/or Issued
after 1787.
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 annotations in printed book.
Scope/Content: Manuscript annotations by different readers in a 1787 edition of The seats of the nobility and gentry in Great Britain and Wales. Annotations consist of updates to original descriptions in a variety of early hands with details of the current owner, as well as an index of properties on front endpaper of both volumes. Plates and descriptive text are hand-numbered at top of each leaf.
Condition: Bound in orange diapered cloth with calf spine; title in gilt on spine, marbled endpapers.
Type
text
Form/Genre
Annotations (Provenance)--England--18th century.
Extent
2 vol., bound; 30 cm
Identifier
ark:/21198/n1xs35
f DA660 .W35 S4 *
Language
English
Subject
Great Britain--Historic houses, etc.
Angus, William, 1752-1821.--Seats of the nobility and gentry in Great Britain and Wales.--1787.
Place
England.
Provenance
Colonel Woodgate C.B. inscribed on title page both volumes.
Location
CLUW

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