2 letters of Edward Gibbon, 1775, to the first Lady Sheffield (as Mrs. Holroyd); 2 letters by Hester Gibbon to Lord Sheffield, one referring to her nephew, the historian, 1786; One letter from Francis North to his sister Anne (later Countess of Sheffield) giving an irreverent description of Gibbon at a party at Lausanne, 1791. Also included are letters by W. Charriere de Severy, 1796-1820, Jean David Levade, announcing the death of Mme. Catherine Charriere de Severy, 1796, and letters to Gibbon senior (36), together with Gibbon senior's household accounts and legal documents (ca. 200 items), 1693-1744.
[London] : 1566. Imprinted at London, by [John Kingston and] Henry Denham, for Richard Tottell and William Iones[. These bookes are to be solde at the long shoppe at the weast ende of Paules], [1566 (26 Jan.)]
20 lines of Old English alliterative verse describing the city of Durham, England, and mentioning St. Cuthbert and the Venerable Bede. Following the poem are 2 1/2 lines in prose relating to St. Cuthbert. Dealer's correspondence with Neil Ker, a paper by Donald K. Fry, "A newly discovered version of the Old English poem DURHAM," 1992; and a paper by Daniel Paul O'Donnell, "Junius's knowledge of the Old English poem DURHAM," accompany the text.
Being much corrected and amended by the author before his death. - London : Printed by A.N. for Robert Lunne, and are to be sold at his house next doore to the signe of the Crane on Lambeth Hill at the end of Old Fishstreet., 1641.