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0000 0000 6304 4597
Name: 
Coltée Ducarel, Andreae
Coltée Ducarel, Andreas
Coltee Ducarel, Andrew
Ducarel, Andrew Coltee
Ducarel, Andrew Coltee (Dr)
Dates: 
1713-1785
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[Nichols, John] (1745-1826)
Delauney, Honoré François (1764-1829))
Engelmann, Godefroy (1814-1897))
Léchaudé d'Anisy, Amédée-Louis (1772-1857))
Perry (1765))
Soldi, Andrea (1703?-1771?))
Spilsbury, Thomas (1733-1795))
Warburton, John (1682-1759)
Withers, Edward (17..-17..; imprimeur-libraire))
Titles: 
Anglo-norman antiquities considered, in a tour through part of Normandy
Antiquités Anglo-Normandes de Ducarel
Bibliotheca topographica Britannica. No V. Containing the history of the Royal Hospital and Collegiate Church of St. Katharine, near the Tower of London
Collectio rerum ecclesiasticarum de diœcesi Eboracensi; or, Collections relative to churches and chapels within the diocese of York. To which are added, collections relative to churches and chapels within the diocese of Ripon.
history and antiquities of the parish of Lambeth, in the county of Surrey ... Compiled from original records., The
letter from Dr. Ducarel, F.R.S. and F.S.A. to William Watson, M.D. F.R.S. upon the early cultivation of botany in England; and some particulars about John Tradescant, A
list of various editions of the Bible, and parts thereof, in English from the year 1526 to 1776, A
Postscript. Records relating to the anglo-gallic coins, published in Rymer's Foedera
Repertory of the endowments of vicarages in the diocese of Canterbury
Series of above two hundred anglo-gallic, or norman and aquitain coins of the antient kings of england: exhibited in sixteen copper-plates, and illustrated in twelve letters, addressed to the society of antiquaries of london, and several of its members
Some account of the alien priories, and of such lands as they are known to have possessed in England and Wales
Some account of the town, church, and archiepiscopal palace of Croydon, in the county of Surrey, ... By Dr. Ducarel
tour through Normandy, described in a letter to a friend, A
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