2 edition of Constable of Everingham estate correspondence, 1726-43 found in the catalog.
Constable of Everingham estate correspondence, 1726-43
Constable, Marmaduke Francis Sir
|Statement||edited by Peter Roebuck.|
|Series||Yorkshire Archaeological Society. Record series -- v. 136, Record series (Yorkshire Archaeological Society) -- v. 136.|
|Contributions||Potts, John Bede, ca. 1674-1743, Roebuck, Peter.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||[xii], 172 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||172|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Constable, Marmaduke Francis, Sir, bart., Constable of Everingham estate correspondence, Record series). Title: Constable of Everingham estate correspondence, (Yorkshire Archaeological Society.
Authors: Constable, Marmaduke Francis. Publisher. Roebuck, ed. Constable of Everingham Estate CorrespondenceYorkshire Archaeological Society Record SeriesDissertation Louise Wickham, ‘Historic Garden Project: Everingham, East Yorkshire', MA Garden History Dissertation, University of Greenwich, June Primary sources.
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Roebuck, Peter, 'Constable of Everingham estate correspondence ', Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record Series, () Roebuck, Peter, 'The Constables of Everingham: the fortunes of a Catholic royalist family during the civil war and interregnum', Recusant history, 9 ().
Modern Books about Early Everingham History; CONSTABLE OF EVERINGHAM ESTATE CORRESPONDENCEBy Peter ROEBUCK. Printed for the Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Leeds, Brown cloth with gilt colophon to front cover and gilt titles to spine.
Peter Roebuck (éd.), Constable of Everingham Estate Correspondence, Yorks. Arch. Soc. Record Series, vol. cxxxvi (for ), pp. Plate. Map. £5 to non-members.
The estate correspondence in this well-edited volume is that of Sir Marmaduke Constable of Everingham Hall in the East Riding, a leading mem.
This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy.
Constable of Everingham estate correspondence, (Yorkshire Archaeological Society. Record series) Constable, Marmaduke Francis. Published by Yorkshire Archaeological Society. Constable of Everingham Estate Correspondence - Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record Series v (Hardback) Peter Roebuck £ Hardback.
The volume features the correspondence between Sir Marmaduke Constable of Everingham Hall (East Riding) and his chaplain, Dom John Bede Potts, who frombecame the supervisor of his estate and business Marmaduke, a leading member of the Catholic landed gentry in Yorkshire, left Everingham in for a continental tour.
Constable of Everingham estate correspondence Leeds: Yorkshire Archaeological Society. U DDEV/60/ Letters from Potts to Marmaduke Constable Papers of the Preston Family of and his steward, John Potts (Roebuck ). The records in the account book (U DDPR/47/1) make it clear that it is Marmaduke Lawson, as these.
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Toutes les informations de la Bibliothèque Nationale de France sur: Leeds (West Yorkshire, Royaume-Uni). Constable of Everingham Estate Correspondence by Peter Roebuck (Editor) avg rating — 0 ratings — published There is a copy of George Constable's 'Book touching the order and government of a nobleman's house' and a memorandum of coins minted in England between and The buildings of England: York and the East Riding () Roebuck, Peter, 'Constable of Everingham estate correspondence ', Yorkshire Archaeological Society.
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