2 edition of John, John Bowyer and John Gough Nichols found in the catalog.
John, John Bowyer and John Gough Nichols
Katharine A. Esdaile
Written in English
Relates to the Nichols family.
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THE TOPOGRAPHER AND GENEALOGIST, by John Gough Nichols - [3 Vols] England $ John Bowyer was born in , at birth place, to John Bowyer and Mary Bowyer (born Roberts). John was born on January 16 , in Whittington Shrop. Mary was born circa , in of Ellesmere.
Finally, I would like to thank John Nichols, John Bowyer Nichols, John Gough Nichols, Isabella Nichols, and Richard Gough, who assembled the attributions of authorship in the original Nichols File of the Gentleman's Magazine laboriously, over many years, with pen and ink, and who, if they were alive today, would deeply appreciate the amazing. single volume of his correspondence with John Nichols, , in Private Collection 2. Other significant parts of the database include: 4, letters to or from John Nichols, 3, letters to or from John Bowyer Nichols, 3, letters to or from John Gough Nichols,
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John Gough Nichols (–73), John Bowyer Nichols' eldest son, was also a printer and a distinguished antiquary. He edited the Gentleman's Magazine from to and The Herald and Genealogist from toand was one of the founders of the Camden tion: printer; antiquary.
For three generations the Nichols family was central to topographical research and publication. Julian Pooley explores how as editors of the Gentleman’s Magazine, printers of county histories, collectors of manuscripts and founder members of historical societies, John Nichols (–), John Bowyer Nichols (–) and John Gough Nichols (–) were integral to the.
NICHOLS, JOHN BOWYER (–), printer and antiquary, the eldest son of John Nichols (–) [q. v.], by his second wife, Martha Green (–), was born at Red Lion Passage, Fleet Street, London, 15 July Young Nichols spent his early years with his maternal grandfather at Hinckley, Leicestershire, and was educated at St.
The Gentleman's magazine Kindle Edition by Edward Cave (Author), David Henry (Author), John Nichols (Author), John Bowyer Nichols (Author), John Mitford (Author), John Gough Nichols (Author), John Henry Parker (Author), Joseph Hatton (Author), Joseph Knight (Author), Arthur Henry Bullen (Author) & 7 more Format: Kindle EditionAuthor: Edward Cave, David Henry, John Nichols.
John Gough Nichols' father, John Bowyer Nichols continued the family printing business, while his eldest son, John Gough Nichols is seen as his grandfather's natural successor.
John Gough Nichols joined the family printing firm in and, though his prodigious editorial achievements and biographical studies, may be regarded as the natural.
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Condition: Fine. Third Edition. An original engraving from Hutchins' third edition. The print is in monochrome and although the top and left hand side page edges are a trifle ragged the condition is. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of John Gough books online.
The Gentleman's magazine. by Sylvanus Urban (pseud.), ed,Edward Cave,David Henry,John Nichols,J. (John Bowyer) Nichols,John Mitford,John Gough Nichols,John Henry Parker,Joseph Hatton,Joseph Knight,A. (Arthur Henry) Bullen,Pre Imprint Collection (Library of Congress).
Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Illustrations of the Literary History of the Eighteenth Century: Consisting of Authentic Memoirs and Original Letters of Eminent Persons; and Intended as a Sequel to the Literary Anecdotes, John Bowyer Nichols: Author: John Bowyer Nichols: Contributors: Nichols, Son, and Bentley, J.B.
Nichols and Sons: Publisher: author, Original from. John Nichols (2 February - 26 November ) was an English poet and book publisher. Nichols was born at Islington, Middleex. on 2 Feb. His father, Edward Nichols, a baker, son of Bartholomew and Isabella Nichols of Piccadilly, was born on 18 Oct.and died at Islington on 29 Jan.
; and his mother, Anne, daughter of Thomas Wilmot of Beckingham, Gainsborough, was born in. John Bowyer Nichols (), the son of John Nichols, succeeded his father as editor of the Gentleman's Magazine and published many important county histories.
His son, John Gough Nichols (), also edited the Gentleman's Magazine and contributed to the study of English geneaology.
John Gough Nichols, the eldest son of John Bowyer Nichols, was born at his father's residence in Red Lion Passage, Fleet Street, on the 22nd of May, He was named Gough after the distinguished antiquary Richard Gough, who was his god- father and the intimate friend of his father.
The Herald and genealogist Item Preview remove-circle Nichols, John Gough, Publication date Topics Heraldry, genealogy Publisher London: John Bowyer Nichols and Sons Collection allen_county; americana Digitizing sponsor Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center Contributor.
Julian Pooley explores how as editors of the Gentleman’s Magazine, printers of county histories, collectors of manuscripts and founder members of historical societies, John Nichols (–), John Bowyer Nichols (–) and John Gough Nichols (–) were integral to the antiquarian community during a century of change.
edited by John Gough Nichols. Published by: John Bowyer Nichols and Son, London, Hardbacks are overall in VERY GOOD- condition. Volumes display moderate overall wear and aging to covers and interior.
Half-bound in leather. Paper part of boards feature colored marble design with Seller Rating: % positive. NICHOLS (JOHN GOUGH, editor) The Herald and Genealogist, 8 vol., John Bowyer Nichols, MARSHALL (GEORGE W., editor) The Genealogist, 7 vol., George Bell, SELBY (WALFORD D., editor) The Genealogist New Series, no.
in 11 vol., 4 spines defective, George Bell, HOWARD (JOSEPH JACKSON, editor) Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica, 19 vol. London - J. Nichols and R. Nichols, Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A handsomely bound copy of this work on genealogy from John Gough Nichols.
The Nichols Archive Project The letters, diaries and business papers of three generations of the Nichols family - John Nichols (), his son John Bowyer Nichols () and his grandson, John Gough Nichols () are a mine of information for the eighteenth and nineteenth century British book trade, antiquarianism and social life.View the profiles of people named John Bowyer.
Join Facebook to connect with John Bowyer and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to. John Bowyer Nichols continued his father's various undertakings, and wrote, with other works, A Brief Account of the Guildhall of the City of London (). His eldest son, John Gough Nichols (–73), was also a printer and a distinguished antiquary, who edited The Gentleman's Magazine from toand the Herald and Genealogist from.