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William Dugdale Correspondence

Charles Spelman

Grandson of the antiquary and author Sir Henry Spelman

Charles Spelman to William Dugdale, 19 June 1662

Explaining that sickness has prevented him from collecting subscriptions for the Glossary.

Hamper, 358-60; Merevale, HT3E/4/2

 

Charles Spelman, Raynham, Norfolk to William Dugdale, Heralds' Office, 12 April 1664

Concerning the publication of Spelman's works and in particular the dedications to be written by Thomas Barlow.

Hamper, 363; Merevale, HT3E/4/1

 

Charles Spelman, Raynham, Norfolk to William Dugdale, Heralds' Office, 19 June 1664

Explaining that he has not received the copy of the dedication for Spelman's Glossary. Provided his uncles approve it, he wants it printed so that the books can be distributed to the subscribers.

Merevale, HT3E/4/4

 

Charles Spelman, Raynham, Norfolk to William Dugdale, Heralds' Office, 3 October 1664

Asking Dugdale to let him know, if there is an urgent reason for him to travel to London, otherwise he will stay in Norfolk.

Merevale, HT3E/4/5

 

Charles Spelman, Raynham, Norfolk to William Dugdale, Heralds' Office, 27 November 1664

Concerning the distribution of Spelman's works, which he is leaving to Dugdale.

Merevale, HT3E/4/6

 

Charles Spelman, Raynham, Norfolk to William Dugdale, Heralds' Office, 23 January 1665

Concerning requests for complimentary copies of Spelman's works.

Merevale, HT3E/4/9

 

Charles Spelman, Raynham, Norfolk to William Dugdale, Heralds' Office, 4 February 1665

In response to Dugdale's letter of 28 January, sending instructions for the delivery of the books.

Merevale, HT3E/4/10

 

Charles Spelman, Raynham, Norfolk to William Dugdale, London, 12 April 1667

Asking for an account relating to the new editions of Spelman's work and any money that can be spared.

Merevale, HT3E/4/11