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'Abbreviations', An Inventory of Historical Monuments in the Town of Stamford (1977), pp. XII. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=129480 Date accessed: 24 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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ABBREVIATIONS AND SHORTENED TITLES OF WORKS OF REFERENCE

Arch. J.Archaeological Journal.
BMBritish Museum.
BloreT. Blore, An Account of the Public Schools, Hospitals and other Charitable Foundations in the Borough of Stamford (1813).
Bodl.Bodleian Library, Oxford.
BurtonG. Burton, Chronology of Stamford (1846).
ButcherR. Butcher, Survey and Antiquities of the Town of Stamford (1646). References in the text are to the edition published as an appendix to Peck's Academia Tertia Anglicana (1727).
Cal. Chart.Calendar of Charter Rolls.
Cal. CloseCalendar of Close Rolls.
Cal. Inq. Misc.Calendar of Inquisitions Miscellaneous.
Cal. Pat.Calendar of Patent Rolls.
CUAPCambridge University Air Photograph (Copyright reserved).
DesignsW. Stukeley, Designs of Stanford Antiquitys, 1735. MS held by Stamford Archaeological Society.
DrakardJ. Drakard, History of Stamford (1822).
Ex. MS.Exeter manuscripts at Burghley House.
Exeter Day Booksin Burghley Estate Office, Stamford.
Gent's Mag.Gentleman's Magazine.
GunnisR. Gunnis, Dictionary of British Sculptors 1660–1851 (1953).
HMCRoyal Commission on Historical Manuscripts.
HarrodW. Harrod, Antiquities of Stamford and St. Martin's (1785).
Knipe's mapPlan of the Borough of Stamford by James Knipe. Surveyed 1833 and published 1834. BM Map Room 3425 (1).
LAOLincolnshire Archives Office.
LRSLincolnshire Record Society.
M-SM. Stevenson, A list of Monumental Brasses in the British Isles; followed by Roman numeral referring to brass as listed therein.
MargaryI. D. Margary, Roman Roads in Britain (1967).
Med. Arch.Medieval Archaeology.
MercuryLincoln, Rutland and Stamford Mercury.
NMRNational Monuments Record.
NRONorthamptonshire Record Office.
Nattes' drawingsDrawings by J. C. Nattes in possession of Mrs Peart, Stamford.
OSOrdnance Survey.
PROPublic Record Office.
PeckF. Peck, Academia Tertia Anglicana (1727).
RCHMRoyal Commission on Historical Monuments (England).
RogersThe Making of Stamford (1965), ed. A. Rogers.
Rot. Hund.Rotuli Hundredorum, Record Commission (1818).
Stamford Report 1A. Rogers, The Medieval Buildings of Stamford, Stamford Survey Group Report (1970).
Stamford Report 2J. Hartley and A. Rogers, The Religious Foundations of Medieval Stamford, Stamford Survey Group Report (1974).
Stanfordia IllustrataW. Stukeley, Stanfordia Illustrata, Vols i and ii, 1735 and 1736; Corpus Christi College Library, Cambridge, nos. 619 and 618.
Survey of 1845Survey of wastes and encroachments in the Manor of Stamford, by Cuming and Hall; in Stamford Town Hall.
TwopenyDrawings by W. Twopeny in BM Prints and Drawings. Reference numbers given in text.
VCHThe Victoria History of the Counties of England.
WingJ. Wing, Geodaetes Practicus Redivivus (1700).


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