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William Dugdale

The history of imbanking and draining of divers fens and marshes, both in foreign parts and in this kingdom, and of the improvements thereby. Extracted from records, manuscripts, and other authentic testimonies. By William Dugdale, Esq; Norroy King of Arms. Afterwards Sir William Dugdale, knt. Garter Principal King at Arms. The second edition, revised and corrected, by Charles Nalson Cole, Esq; of the Inner-Temple, barrister at law, and register to the Honourable Corporation of Bedford Level.

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London: Printed by W. Bowyer and J. Nichols, at the expence of Richard Geast, Esq; and sold by W. Owen, in Fleet-street; and P. Uriel, in Inner Temple-Lane , 1772.
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The history of imbanking and draining of divers fens and marshes, both in foreign parts and in this kingdom, and of the improvements thereby. Extracted from records, manuscripts, and other authentic testimonies. By William Dugdale, Esq; Norroy King of Arms. Afterwards Sir William Dugdale, knt. Garter Principal King at Arms. The second edition, revised and corrected, by Charles Nalson Cole, Esq; of the Inner-Temple, barrister at law, and register to the Honourable Corporation of Bedford Level. Library Average
Circulation records from 1793-1799 are lost.
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John Stevens, III1/30/17921/31/1792Dugdale on Draining Fens
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