Free eBook Letters of Thomas Langton: Flax Merchant of Kirkham, 1771-88 (Chetham Society S.) download
by Joan Wilkinson,Thomas Langton
Author: Joan Wilkinson,Thomas Langton
Publisher: Carnegie Publishing Ltd (July 1, 1993)
Category: Biography and Memoir
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Wilkinson, Joan, e. Letters of Thomas Langton: Flax merchant of Kirkham, 1771–88. 2. Chetham society: publications, third series.
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Author of Letters of Thomas Langton (Chetham Society), The letters of Thomas Langton, flax merchant of Kirkham, 1771-1788. The letters of Thomas Langton, flax merchant of Kirkham, 1771-1788.
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Thomas Frederick Tout, John Michael Wallace-Hadrill, and Joseph Brooks Yates, amongst many others. Membership of the Chetham Society is open to all individuals and institutions interested in the various historical and literary aspects of Lancashire and Cheshire. Since 1843, the Society has published over 275 volumes in three series, supplying a regular output of valuable works of scholarship relating to the study of the history of North-West England. Old Series (1843–93). 50. ISBN 978-554276-3-3.
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The Chetham Society is the oldest historical society in North West England. It was founded by a group of gentlemen (including the lawyer James Crossley and the clergymen Thomas Corser, Richard Parkinson, and Francis Robert Raines), who wished to promote interest in the counties' historical sources. The society held its foundation meeting on 23 March 1843 at Chetham's Library, in Manchester, which was established in 1653 by the will of the philanthropist Humphrey Chetham. The society became a registered charity in 1988.