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Correspondence of Richard Gough with Jeremiah Milles

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Correspondence of Richard Gough with Jeremiah Milles
18th century
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ff. iv + 283
Half leather binding, black, with marbled boards.
Scope and content
Correspondence chiefly of Jeremiah Milles, Dean of Exeter, PSA, and Richard Gough, 1769-84 (fols. 10-261v passim). Also includes letters of Dean Milles to Dr Ducarel, 1755-63 (fols. 5-9), William Bowyer (printer to SA), 1771 (fol. 26), John Nichols (printer to SA), 1780, 1781 (fols. 203, 205, 208), Dr Michael Lort, c. 1782 (fol. 227), and letters to Dean Milles from T. Lipyatt, 1772 (fol. 36) and the Rev. William Norris, Sec. SA, 1783 (fol. 256). Other letters to Gough are from Lord Bruce, 1772 (fol. 39), Thomas Pownall (Governor Pownall), 1773, 1776 (fols. 61, 63, 159), Sir Joseph Ayloffe, 6th Bt., 1775 (fol. 119) and Dean Milles's son, 1775 (fols. 150, 162).

Printed material:- Excerpt from J. Nichols, Literary Anecdotes, IV (1812), 471-4, relating to Dean Milles; three papers on the Apamean Medal (Archaeologia, 4 (2nd ed. 1786), 315-55), including one by Dean Milles, read before SA, 1776-7 (fols. 262-83).
Milles, Jeremiah (1714-1784), clergyman and antiquary
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