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Shelfmark:  Waller Ms alb-54:136
Type of object:  manuscript
Dimensions:  227 x 189mm
Extent:  2 foll.
Material:  paper
Attachment:  seal, stamp
Type of element:  letter
Extent:  1a - 2b
Language:  English
Place:  s.l.
Date:  1773
Comments to date:  Dated "Festum omnium"
Short summary:  Lort has carried Urquhart's book too Walpole. Forged maps and prints. Pictures. Corrupt practices.
Person:  Ashby, George, 1724 (London)-1808 (Barrow, Suffolk), Clergyman, Antiquary, author
Person:  Granger, James, 1732 (Shaftesbury, Dorset)-1776 (Shiplake), Biographer, Print collector, addressee
Person:  Cole, William, 1714 (Little Abington)-1782 (Milton), Antiquary, person referred to
Person:  Dalrymple, Alexander, 1737 (Newhailes, near Edinburgh)-1808 (Marylebone, Middlesex), Hydrographer, person referred to
Person:  Gower, Foote, 1726? (Chester)-1780 (Bath), Clergyman, Antiquary, person referred to
Person:  Lort, Michael, 1725? (Tenby, Pembrokeshire)-1790 (London), Antiquary, person referred to
Person:  Sidney, Algernon, 1623 (London)-1683, Political writer, person referred to
Person:  Tyson, Michael, 1740 (Stamford, Lincolnshire)-1780 (Brentwood), Artist, Antiquary, person referred to
Person:  Urquhart, Thomas, of Cromarty Sir, 1611-1660, Author, , Translator, person referred to
Person:  Walpole, Horatio, 4th earl of Orford, 1717 (Westminster)-1797 (London), Politician, Author, Patron of the arts, person referred to
Person:  Barillon d'Amoncourt, Paul, marquis de Brange, 1630?-1691 (Paris), Diplomat, person referred to ?
Person:  Farmer, Richard, D. D., 1735 (Leicester)-1797 (Cambridge), Scholar, Antiquary, person referred to ?
Person:  Pennant, Thomas, 1726 (Whitford, Holywell, Flintshire)-1798 (Whitford, Holywell, Flintshire), Traveller, Naturalist, person referred to ?
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