Thomas Nugent (1700-1772)

Thomas Nugent (ca. 1700 - 1772) was an Anglo-Irish gentleman travel writer and antiquary. He travelled across North Germany in 1766. His travelogue was published in two volumes in the form of letters to an imaginary friend.

  • Travels through Germany - With a particular account of the courts of Mecklenburg: In a series of letters to a friend; Embellished with elegant cuts.
  • The History of Vandalia. London, 1766-1773.

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