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Cambridgeshire Printed Books, 16th-19th century


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In the same series of printed books ('Gough Camb.') the following manuscript pieces also deserve notice:

  1. In no. 10 'The Capitade', a poem of 1751 (?), connected with Cambridge
  2. In no. 41, notes to Edm. Carter's History of the county of Cambridge (Lond. 1753)
  3. In no. 58 notes to Tho. Martyn's Plantæ Cantabrigienses (Lond. 1763)
  4. In no. 67 are some interesting details about the St. John's college (Cambridge) examinations, 1773-4
  5. In no. 68 'a poem on Clare Hall', beg. 'Satyr arise'
  6. In no. 79, some additions to the lists of Eton men at King's college, 1756-81
  7. In no. 85, notes to Blomefield's Collectanea Cantabrigiensia (1750)
  8. In no. 100, some notes and papers additional to Bentham's History of Ely Cathedral (Camb. 1771), chiefly by Gough
  9. In no. 103 are some minor miscellaneous Cambridge papers in manuscript, as a copy of an early (imperfect) 'Bellman's Apology.'


  • Creation: 16th-19th century

Language of Materials

  • Multiple languages

Full range of shelfmarks:

Gough Camb. 7, 13, 39-40, 48, 76, 80-81, 83, 94, 98-99, 101-102, 105

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

Weston Library
Broad Street
Oxford OX1 3BG United Kingdom