Edward Rowe Mores

Edward Rowe Mores (1731-1778) Edward Rowe Mores, FSA (; 24 January 1731 [OS: 13 January 1730] – 22 November 1778) was an English antiquarian and scholar, with works on history and typography. He was also instrumental in the founding of The Society for Equitable Assurances on Lives and Survivorships (now commonly known as Equitable Life), and is credited with being the first person to use the professional title ''actuary'' in relation to insurance. Provided by Wikipedia

by Mores, Edward Rowe
Published 1789
ex ædibus Caroli Clarkii. sumptibus J. et T. Egertonorum

by Mores, Edward Rowe
Published 1780
printed for J. Nichols, Printer to the Society of Antiquaries: sold by T. Payne and Son, Castle Street, St. Martin's; H. Payne, in Pall-Mall; C. Dilly, in the Poultry; J. Walter, Charing-Cross; N. Conant, Fleet-Street; and E. Brooke, Bell-Yard, Temple-Bar