Reference numberL&P/4/159
TitleLetter, 'Of two Roman inscriptions found at Netherby' from John Taylor to Charles Lyttelton
Date28 April 1763
DescriptionSubject: Antiquities

Published in Philosophical Transactions, as 'Observations on two antient Roman inscriptions discovered at Netherby in Cumberland: In a letter to the Right Rev. Charles Lord Bishop of Carlisle, F. R. S. from the Reverend John Taylor, LL. D. Canon residentiary of St. Paul's, and chancellor of the diocese of Lincoln.'

Read 12 May 1763
Physical descriptionInk on paper
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Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1763.0028
Fellows associated with this archive
NA5032Taylor; Sir; John (c 1744 - 1786)c 1744 - 1786
NA1298Lyttelton; Charles (1714 - 1768)1714 - 1768
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