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William Dugdale Correspondence

Thomas Browne

Medical doctor in Norwich and author of works on natural philosophy and religion

William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to Thomas Browne, Norwich, 4 October 1658

Reply to letter of 27 September, which initiated their discussion of fen-related matters.

Hamper, 337-8; G. Keynes, The Works of Sir Thomas Browne, 331-2; British Library, Sloane 1911-13, 96

 

Thomas Browne, Norwich to William Dugdale, London, 27 October 1658

Continuing their antiquarian correspondence.

G. Keynes, The Works of Sir Thomas Browne, 332-3; British Library, Harleian 4712, 171

 

William Dugdale, Heralds' Office to Thomas Browne, Norwich, 9 November 1658

Continuing their antiquarian correspondence.

Hamper, 339-40; G. Keynes, The Works of Sir Thomas Browne, 333-4; British Library, Sloane 1911-13, 98

 

Thomas Browne, Norwich to William Dugdale, 10 November 1658

Continuing their antiquarian correspondence.

Hamper, 340-2; G. Keynes, The Works of Sir Thomas Browne, 335-7; British Library, Sloane 1911-13, 103

 

William Dugdale, London to Thomas Browne, Norwich, 17 November 1658

Continuing their antiquarian correspondence.

Hamper, 342-4; G. Keynes, The Works of Sir Thomas Browne, 337-9; British Library, Sloane 1911-13, 104

 

Thomas Browne, Norwich to William Dugdale, Heralds' Office, 6 December 1658

Continuing their antiquarian correspondence.

G. Keynes, The Works of Sir Thomas Browne, 339-40

 

Thomas Browne, Norwich to William Dugdale, 11 December 1658

Continuing their antiquarian correspondence. In hand of an amanuensis.

G. Keynes, The Works of Sir Thomas Browne, 341-5

 

Thomas Browne, Norwich to William Dugdale, 6 February 1659

Concerning Natural History. Included by Hamper, but probably not to Dugdale.

Hamper, 345-7

 

William Dugdale, London to Thomas Browne, Norwich, 24 February 1659

Continuing their antiquarian correspondence. Read to the Royal Society 21 Feb. 1712

Hamper, 348-51; G. Keynes, The Works of Sir Thomas Browne, 346-9; British Library, Sloane 1911-13, 101

 

Thomas Browne, Norwich to William Dugdale, 16 November 1659

Continuing antiquarian correspondence.

G. Keynes, The Works of Sir Thomas Browne, 349-52

 

William Dugdale, London to Thomas Browne, Norwich, 29 November 1659

Continuing antiquarian correspondence.

Hamper, 351-2; G. Keynes, The Works of Sir Thomas Browne, 352-3; British Library, Sloane 1911-13, 108

 

Thomas Browne to William Dugdale, October 1660

Concerning a fishbone found at Conington and preserved by Sir Robert Cotton.

G. Keynes, The Works of Sir Thomas Browne, 353-6

 

Thomas Browne, Norwich to William Dugdale, London, 17 November 1660

Continuing antiquarian correspondence.

G. Keynes, The Works of Sir Thomas Browne, 356-7

 

William Dugdale, Heralds' Office to Thomas Browne, Norwich, 5 April 1662

Sending him a copy of the History of Imbanking and telling him about the proposed editions of Spelamn's works.

G. Keynes, The Works of Sir Thomas Browne, 357-8