The cataloguing of the Rawlinson Manuscripts, 1771-1844. by Richard William Hunt

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Offprint from The Bodleian Library Record, v. 2, no. 26, Dec., 1947.

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RAWLINSON, Mary (Lady), wife of Sir Walter Rawlinson, Alderman of Dowgate Wardpolitician, citizen and joiner, Alderman of Farringdon Ward WithoutSheriffLord Mayor Correspondence and personal papers.

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Rawl. (Rawlinson) Richard Rawlinson () was educated at St. Paul's School and Eton, and matriculated at St. John's College, Oxford in He proceeded to BA inMA in and received the honorary degree of DCL in Dr.

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