Archaeologia, May 1, 1776


May 01, 1776

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Issue date: Wednesday, May 1, 1776

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Publication name: Archaeologia

Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1776 - 1794

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Archaeologia (Newspaper) - May 1, 1776, London, Middlesex vii Notices of some Antiquities discovered in the Year In a letter from the Right Reginald Pole and to Samuel Director XVIL Two Extracts from a Manuscript Copy of Hardynges Chro among the Harleian Manuscripts in the British Museum communicated by Ifenry in a Letter to Nicholas Secretary Obseroationsjoh the of in a Letter from Thomas to Samuel Lysons Director Account of a Silver mthSiculoPunic by the Stephen and In a Letter to the Marquis Totorishend of and Earl of President 152 Ordinances respecting Swans on the River in the County of Lincoln together with an Original Roll of appertaining to the Proprietors on the said Stream communicated by the Right Sir Joseph and Some Account of the Trial of the By the Roger in a Letter to Wiltiam Brayi surer s Some Account of the Egyptian and the Mode adopted for the unfolding a Roltof the Communicated by Wittiam in a Letter to the Secretary An Account of an inedited Coin of Alexander the Jn a Letter to the Marquess by Stephen 17ft 180 Copies of an Original Letter from Henry VHt to Sir Nicholas and his Am bassadors to the Indenture betweeii the same King and Sir Gilbert Talbot and Walter Raleighs ;