3 edition of Liber admissionum, Seckford grammar school at Woodbridge, Suffolk. found in the catalog.
Liber admissionum, Seckford grammar school at Woodbridge, Suffolk.
Seckford grammar school, Woodbridge, Suffolk, England.
No. 32 of 100 copies printed.
|LC Classifications||LF795 .W2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 p. l., 3 numb. l., 4-73 p.|
|Number of Pages||73|
|LC Control Number||02017662|
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John’s youngest Suffolk. book, Francis Kirby (c//46), was “of Wickham” when he was admitted to Seckford Grammar School, Woodbridge, in April (Liber Admissionum, F. Seckford grammar school at Woodbridge Crisp, ).
John’s address was “Wickham-Market” at the head of a letter sent in June to his son Joshua about the death of another son, Stephen (/ CRISP, Frederick Arthur [Editor] 'Liber Admissionum' - Seckford Grammar School at Woodbridge Suffolk. Printed at the Private Press of Frederick Arthur Crisp, FIRST EDITION, no of copies printed, signed by the Editor; lg.8vo., pp.(10)73; printed on hand-made paper; a very good copy in original vellum-backed boards, lightly rubbed.
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