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

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

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

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by Salmon, Nathaniel
Published 1731
printed for J. Walthoe over-against the Royal-Exchange in Cornhill

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by Salmon, Nathaniel
Published 1726
printed for J. Roberts at the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane

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by Salmon, Nathaniel
Published 1731
printed for C. Rivington, at the Bible and Crown in St. Paul's Church-yard

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by Salmon, Nathaniel
Published 1740
printed by W. Bowyer, sold by J. Cooke, Bookbinder, next to the Red Hart, Fetter-lane

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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

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by Salmon, Nathaniel
Published 1759
printed for W. Owen, at Homer's Head, near Temple-Bar, Fleet-Street