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Letter from Sir Henry Ellis, librarian of the British Museum, to architect Philip Charles Hardwick, referring him to William Dugdale's Origines Juridiciales (1666).

Inscription

British Museum
April 30 1850

My dear Sir

Dugdale's Origines Juridiciales, Vol Lond. 1666. (2nd edition with additions 1671) was the work to which I referred you yesterday. The lists are in columns (Chancellors, Chief Justices, etc) and simply give name and date of the party, without any further mention.

Very faithfully yours

Henry Ellis

P.C. Hardwick Esq
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Notes

Alan Cole
Sir Henry Ellis (29 November 1777-1869) was an principal librarian of the British Museum.
See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Ellis_(librarian)

Philip Charles Hardwick (1822-1892) was an English architect.
See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philip_Charles_Hardwick

Language

English

Associated Parties

Philip C. Hardwick (Recipient)

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Place of Creation

London, United Kingdom, Europe

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Collection

Science

Series

British Museum

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Publishing

Autographs

Object Type

Letter

Category

Letter

Materials

paper

Dimensions

w: 226, h: 181, d: -