Nathanael Salmon

Nathanael (or Nathaniel) Salmon (22 March 1675 – 2 April 1742) was an English antiquary who wrote books on Roman and other antiquities to be found in the south-east of England. He was not well respected as a scholar in his time or subsequently, but he was industrious and well travelled, and he recorded many local customs and much folklore. Provided by Wikipedia

by Salmon, Nathaniel
Published 1726
printed for John Wilford, at the Three Golden Flower-de-Luces, in Little-Britain

by Salmon, Nathaniel
Published 1751
printed for William Owen, at Homer's Head, near Temple-Bar; and G. Woodfall, at the King's Arms, the Corner of Craig's-Court, Charing-Cross

by Salmon, Nathaniel
Published 1715
printed for A. Baldwin in Warwick Lane