Francis Palgrave

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Sir Francis Palgrave (1788–1861) was a Victorian archivist and historian and first head of the Public Record Office (1838). He was a fellow of the Royal Society (1821). His library was sold by auction in 1862. Some of his books are to be found in the Chapter Library.

Shelfmark W/F-4-14/15
William Cave. Scriptorum ecclesiasticorum historia literaria, a Christo nato usque ad Saeculum XIV. ... Accedunt Scriptores Gentiles, ... Autore Guilielmo Cave.
Oxford: 1743.
Inscription on title page (twice): Francis Palgrave his book.
Shelfmark W/D-2-29
Jacob Gretser. Gemina aduersus Melchiorem Guldinastum Caluinianum replicatorem, ... defensio. Prior pro ... catholici imperij ... maiestate, ....
Ingolstadt: 1612.
Inscription on title page: Soc[ieta]tis Jesv Antuerp. D. P.
Printed label on front pastedown: Ex Bibliotheca P. P. C. Lammens.
Inscription on title page: Francis Palgrave his book.
Inscription of verso of front free endpaper signed: Francis Palgrave 1 Nov. 1841.