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William Dugdale Correspondence

Francis Junius

German philologist

Francis Junius, The Hague to William Dugdale, 28 January 1656(new style)

Concerning an Anglo-Saxon Genesis from the Cotton library.

Hamper, 299-302; Merevale, HT4/6/8-14

 

Francis Junius, The Hague to William Dugdale, 25 February 1656(new style)

Concerning Dugdale's Warwickshire, Somner's Anglo-Saxon dictionary and Langbaine's edition of Anglo-Saxon annals.

Hamper, 302-3; Merevale, HT4/6/8-14

 

Francis Junius, The Hague to William Dugdale, 21 April 1656(new style)

Concerning the Arundel marbles and items from the library.

Hamper, 307-8; Merevale, HT4/6/8-14

 

Francis Junius, The Hague to William Dugdale, 12 May 1656(new style)

Explaining that now he is comfortably settled in The Hague, he has no intention of returning to England.

Hamper, 311-2; Merevale, HT4/6/8-14

 

Francis Junius, The Hague to William Dugdale, 2 March 1657(new style)

Thanks Dugdale for his copy of the Warwickshire and regrets that he knows little of the history of Low Country fens and drainage.

Hamper, 322-3; Merevale, HT4/6/8-14

 

Francis Junius, The Hague to William Dugdale, 29 May 1661(new style)

Enclosing a letter for Lord Hatton.

Hamper, 354-7; Merevale, HT4/6/8-14

 

Francis Junius, The Hague to William Dugdale, 3 February 1668(new style)

Responding to a letter of thanks from Dugdale for copies of his Gothic and Anglo-Saxon Gospels.

Hamper, 382-6; Merevale, HT4/6/8-14