Vestigia Anglic or Illustrations of the Most Interesting and Debatable Points in the History and Antiquities of England, Vol. 1 of 2: From the Earliest Ages to the Accession of the House of Tudor by Stephen Reynolds Clarke

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Stephen Reynolds Clarke
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Excerpt from Vestigia Anglic or Illustrations of the Most Interesting and Debatable Points in the History and Antiquities of England, Vol. 1 of 2: From the Earliest Ages to the Accession of the House of Tudor

British Museum, the value of which assistance it is impossible too highly to appreciate, as it has afl'orded him an ample Opportunity to verify his facts by a com stant reference to original authorities; nor can he pass over without acknowledgment, the ever open doors of the London Institution, which, by affording him the unrestricted use of a well-chosen collection of historical and topographical volumes, has essentially facilitated his progress.

Having originally intended to publish his work by subscription, the thanks of the Author are due to those N oblemen and Gentlemen who favoured him with their patronage, and above all to the condescending kindness of his Majesty, who had graciously permitted that his name should appear at the head of the list of the subscribers.

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