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Borlase, W. C.
Borlase, William C.
Borlase, William Copeland
Copeland Borlase, William
Dates: 
1848-1899
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Taswell-Langmead, Thomas Pitt (1840-1882)
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account of excavations at [[carn euny]], an
age of the saints: a monograph of early christianity in cornwall with the legends of the cornish saints and an introduction illustrative of the ethnology of the district, the
ancient cornwall
descent, name and arms of Borlase of Borlase in the county of Cornwall [microform], The : with a chart pedigree and illustrations.
[[dolmen]]s of ireland, their distribution, structural characteristics, and affinities in other countries; together with the folk-lore attaching to them and traditions of the irish people, the
Dolmens of Ireland... by William Copeland Borlase,..., The
dolmens of Ireland, The : their distribution, structural characteristics, and affinities in other countries; together with the folk-lore attaching to them; supplemented by considerations on the anthropology, ethnology, and traditions of the Irish people. With four maps, and eight hundred illustrations, including two coloured plates
dolmens of Ireland, their distribution, structural characteristics, and affinities in other countries, The : together with the folk-lore attaching to them : supplemented by considerations on the anthropology, ethnology, and traditions of the Irish people
early barrow-diggers, the
Historical sketch of the tin trade in Cornwall, from the earliest period to the present day. A lecture delivered at the institute, St. Just-in-Penwith, March 9th, 1874. With additional matter and notes.
[https://archive.org/details/naeniacornubiaed00borluoft nænia cornubiæ: a descriptive essay, illustrative of the sepulchres and funereal customs of the early inhabitants of the county of cornwall]
Introduction to the study of the Pipe Rolls.
Nænia Cornubiæ, a descriptive essay, illustrative of the sepulchres and funereal customs of the early inhabitants of the county of Cornwall.
Naenia Cornubiae : the cromlechs and tumuli of Cornwall
niphon and its antiquities: an essay on the ethnology, mythology and religions of the japanese
parochial registers preservation bill, 1882. The preservation of parish registers ..., The
Sunways: a record of rambles in many lands.
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