2 edition of Leeds "Crockford" c.1550 to 1836. found in the catalog.
Leeds "Crockford" c.1550 to 1836.
Rowland John Wood
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Politically radicalized in the s and s through its association with the revolutionary Fenian organization Clan-Na-Gael, it became more moderate in the s. Crockford's Clerical Directory anon Oxford University Press: London "A Reference Book of the Clergy of the Church of England and of other Churches in Communion with the See of Canterbury" Crosby Hall: "To the Encouragement of Learning and the Promotion of Friendship between Women" anon The British Federation of University Women: London.
The opulent manuscript book which contains it is a miscellany begun soon after the middle of the 15th century for Sir William Herbert and continued into the Tudor period for the Percies, to whom it probably passed in on the marriage of Maud Herbert to the fourth Earl of Northumberland.1 The drawing itself shows no stylistic relation with.
new directions in local history since hoskins history which began in the Edwardian period and gathered pace between the wars Others in the inter-war generation of medieval historians took from Maitland a keen awareness of the importance of local studies and of.
Their success has been alleged in its turn as an instance of ⁵¹ G. Bennett, ‘Preface to Crockford’s Clerical Directory, –’, in id., To the Church of England (Worthing, ), – ⁵² So e.g. Baring-Gould, Church Revival, 55; T.
Lacey, Herbert Thorndike, – (London, ), 5. ⁵³ .