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William Dugdale Correspondence

Roger Dodsworth

Yorkshire antiquary with whom Dugdale worked on the Monasticon Anglicanum.

William Dugdale to Roger Dodsworth, [November 1649]

Concerning an apparent misunderstanding over letter involving D'Ewes. Fragment

Hamper, 220-1; Merevale, HT5

 

Roger Dodsworth to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, 12 February 1650

He has seen Langley, who had recently seen Dugdale. Encourages Dugdale to provide him with transcriptions for the Monasticon. Postscript: Some items of news.

Hamper, 223-4

 

Roger Dodsworth to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, [March 1650]

Concerning the search for a place for one of Dugdale's daughters and antiquarian matters, particularly concerning work on Anglo-Saxon.

Hamper, 226-7

 

Roger Dodsworth to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, [25 March 1650]

Concerning a possible place for one of Dugdale's daughters. News of Hatton's (their friend at Paris) renewed sequestration.

Hamper, 227-8; Merevale, HT4/4

 

Roger Dodsworth to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, 25 April 1650

Tells him of D'Ewes's death and other news.

Hamper, 229-30; Merevale, HT4/4

 

Roger Dodsworth to William Dugdale, 8 May 1650

News from London concerning political events and arrangements following the death of D'Ewes.

Hamper, 230-1; Merevale, HT4/4

 

Roger Dodsworth to William Dugdale, 15 May 1650

Concerning various matters in London, including the imminent death of one of the heralds. Fragment

Merevale, HT3B

 

Roger Dodsworth to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, 29 May 1650

Response to letter of 12 May. Further details about developments in the College of Arms and political news from London.

Hamper, 233-7

 

Roger Dodsworth to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, 18 December 1650

Response to letter from Dugdale of 4 December, answering his queries and sending him news from London. Encourages him to help with getting the Monasticon published.

Hamper, 245-7; Merevale, HT4/4

 

Roger Dodsworth to William Dugdale, [April 1651]

About getting him a pass to go to London and borrowing items from Hatton's library.

Hamper, 253-4; Merevale, HT4/4

 

Roger Dodsworth to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, 10 May 1651

He cannot get Dugdale a pass. Reports on the progress of his research and developments in London.

Hamper, 254-5; Merevale, HT4/4