Foote Gower

Foote Gower, engraving after [[John Taylor (1739–1838) Foote Gower (1725/6–1780) was an English cleric, academic and antiquarian. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Gower, Foote
Published 1773
Sold by Mr. Lawton, Bookseller, in Chester; and Mr. Bathurst, Bookseller, in Fleetstreet, London

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by Gower, Foote
Published 1800
printed by John Nichols, Red-Lion Passage, Fleet-Street; and sold by G. and W. Nicol, Booksellers to his Majesty, Pall-Mall; and to be had of Mr. Billinge, in Liverpool; and Mr. Broster, in Chester

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by Gower, Foote
Published 1795
Printed by John Nichols, Red-Lion Passage, Fleet-Street, London

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by Gower, Foote
Published 1771
printed and sold by L. Hassall; sold also by Mr. Lawton, bookseller, in Chester, and by Mr. Bathurst, bookseller, in fleet-street, London

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by Gower, Foote
Published 1800
Printed by John Nichols, London

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by Gower, Foote
Published 1792
sold by G. Nicol, Bookseller to His Majesty, Pall-Mall; and to be had of Mr. Billinge, in Liverpool; Mr. Hasledine, in Manchester; and Mr. Broster, in Chester

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by Gower, Foote
Published 1771
Sold by Mr. Lawton, Bookseller, in Chester; and by Mr. Bathurst, Bookseller, in Fleet-Street, London