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The biographia leodiensis, or, Biographical sketches of the worthies of Leeds and neighbourhood, from the Norman conquest to the present time,

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The biographia leodiensis, or, Biographical sketches of the worthies of Leeds and neighbourhood, from the Norman conquest to the present time,

The biographia leodiensis, or, Biographical sketches of the worthies of Leeds and neighbourhood, from the Norman conquest to the present time,

Fonte : Internet Archive

The biographia leodiensis, or, Biographical sketches of the worthies of Leeds and neighbourhood, from the Norman conquest to the present time,

The biographia leodiensis, or, Biographical sketches of the worthies of Leeds and neighbourhood, from the Norman conquest to the present time,

Fonte : Internet Archive

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1689. Mr. William Lodge . . . . 116


Pagina 35

Henry Lodge, M.A.


Pagina 122

ME. WILLIAM LODGE, A spirited, tasteful, and distinguished engraver, was born at Leeds, July 4th, 1649,


Pagina 123

done after the life, by William Lodge, a sheet-print, containing the Views of Leeds and Wakefield, View of the City


Pagina 123

Mr. Lodge died at Leeds, and it was intended to bury his corpse at Gisburn,


Pagina 133

and great weakness, so that Mr. Lodge, an ingenious and eloquent preacher, was obliged to conelude the service. This occasioned


Pagina 150

Castleford, and Sarah, daughter of Richard Lodge, of Leeds, and he was born in the year 1683.


Pagina 168

1638, and Bridget, daughter of Thomas Lodge, of Leeds, who was married in October, 1625.


Pagina 174

Hall was built by Mr. Richard Lodge, a Leeds merchant, in 1628, and was afterwards noted for being the birthplace


Pagina 540

It is needless," observes Mr. Lodge, in his Preface to the Portraits 168