Catalog Record: Memorials of the abbey of St. Mary of Fountains | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Memorials of the abbey of St. Mary of Fountains. Collected and ed. by John Richard Walbran ...

Main Author: Walbran, John Richard, 1817-1869.
Related Names: Fowler, J. T. 1833-1924., Raine, James 1830-1896.
Language(s): English
Published: Durham [Eng.] Pub. for the Society by Andrews & co.; [etc., etc.] 1863-1918.
Subjects: Fountains Abbey (North Yorkshire, England)
Note: Vol. III contains Bursars books, 1456-1459, and Memorandum book of Thomas Swynton, 1446-1458.
Vol. II was edited after Walbran's death by James Raine. The text ends where the author left it; the appendix consists chiefly of papers by Walbran on the Cistercian abbeys of Yorkshire. cf. Pref. of v. 2.
On t.-p. of v. 3: Continued and edited by J. T. Fowler.
Physical Description: 3 v. front. (v. 2) illus., plates. 23 cm.
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