Fb2 History and Antiquities of the County of Surrey (Classical County Histories) ePub
by Owen Manning
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Catalogue of books relating to this county": v. 3, p. 683-702. The fac-similes and Latin text face each other. The "Fac simile copy of Domesday (v. 1, 8 . 13 pl. after introd. Sudrie comitatus descripto; e libro censuali Gulielini Conquestoris, vulgo vocato Domesday book, apographice desumpta. The manuscript for the history of Surrey were entrusted after Manning's death to William Bray, who published them, with large additions and a continuation.
Son of Owen Manning of Orlingbury, Northamptonshire, he was born there on 11 August 1721, and received his .
Son of Owen Manning of Orlingbury, Northamptonshire, he was born there on 11 August 1721, and received his education at Queens' College, Cambridge, where he graduated . While an undergraduate he nearly succumbed to smallpox. He was elected in 1741 to a fellowship which carried with it the living of St Botolph's Church, Cambridge . The work appeared under the title of The History and Antiquities of the County of Surrey, with a facsimile Copy of Domesday, engraved on thirteen Plates, three volumes, London, 1804–9–14.
MANNING, OWEN (1721–1801), the historian of Surrey, son of Owen Manning of Orlingbury, Northamptonshire .
MANNING, OWEN (1721–1801), the historian of Surrey, son of Owen Manning of Orlingbury, Northamptonshire, was born thereon 11 Aug. (. 1721, and received his education at Queens' College, Cambridge, where he graduated . While an under-graduate he nearly succumbed to small-pox, and was at one period of the attack actually laid out for interment. From his first settlement in Surrey he employed himself in amassing materials for a history of that county, but he did not regard his collections as sufficiently complete for publication, and a total loss of sight prevented him from having them printed under his own inspection.
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Date: Location: Surrey, England. Profile manager: Rick Pierpont. The Natural History and Antiquities of the County of Surrey. Begun in the year 1673. by John Aubrey (1626-1697). published by E. Curll, London, 1718-1719. Source Example: