Edward Hailstone

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Edward Hailstone (1818-1890), of Walton Hall, Wakefield, Yorkshire solicitor, churchwarden and book collector, who left a sizeable collection on Yorkshire to the Library of York Minster. The rest of his books were sold by Sotheby's in 1891[1] and numerous books with his bookplate are recorded elsewhere e.g. (St John's College, Cambridge, with illustration).

Bookplate, St John's College, Cambridge

Shelfmark W2/A-4-20
Church of England. Province of Canterbury. Grant of benevolence or contribution to His ... Majestie, by the clergie of the Province of Canterburie. In the Convocation ... at London. ... 1640. 1640.
Armorial gilt label on front pastedown: Edward Hailstone.
Shelfmark W2/Q-13-21
Silas Taylor. History of gavel-kind, with the etymology thereof; ... also an assertion that our English laws are ... those ... used by the antient Brytains, ...
London: 1663.
Armorial gilt label on front pastedown: Edward Hailstone.

Pamph. 73/8

  1. https://sdbm.library.upenn.edu/sources/3561