Edward Scudamore

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Edward Toke Scudamore (1778–1850), a local medical practitioner, of 16 St George's Place, Canterbury, presented several books to the Cathedral Library at various times between 1839 and 1844. The Gentlemen's Magazine (1850) records the "Death, March 17th, at Canterbury, aged 72, Edward Scudamore, esq. M.D. one of the Physicians of the Kent and Canterbury Hospital."

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Georg Andreas Boeckler. Theatrum machinarum novum, : exhibens aquarias, alatas, iumentarias, ... et ... molas. ... Per Georgium Andream Bocklerum, ... Ex Germania in Latium. 1662.
Inscription on front pastedown: Edward Scudamore M.D. St Georges Place Canterbury – presented to the Library of Christ Church Decr. 1840. as a slight acknowledgment for much Civility received.
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Johann Joachim Winckelmann. Histoire de l'art de l'antiquité par M. Winkelmann traduite de l'allemand par M. Huber. ... 1794.
Inscription on front pastedown: Edward Scudamore M.D. St. Georges Place. Canterbury. Presented to the Library of Christ Church Decr. 1840.
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John Swan, Minister. Speculum mundi or a glasse representing the face of the world; ... 1635.
Inscription on front pastedown: Edward Scudamore M.D. St. Georges Place. Canty 1833. Presented to the Library of C.C. Canty. Feby. 1841.
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Jean François d' Aubuisson des Voisins. Account of the basalts of Saxony, with observations on the origin of basalt ... By J. F. Daubuisson ... Translated, with notes, by P. Neill ... 1814.
Inscription on verso of first front free endpaper: Edward Scudamore MD St Georges Place Canty. Sep. 26. 1839. presented to the Library of C.C. Cathedral Canterbury Feby. 1841.
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Giovanni Giustino Ciampini. Vetera monimenta, in quibus praecipuè Musiva Opera Sacrarum, Profanarumque Aedium Structura, Ac nonnulli antiqui Ritus Dissertationibus, Iconibusque illustrantur. 1699.
Inscription on front pastedown: Edward Scudamore M.D. St George's Place Canterbury. Most respectfully presented to the Library of Christ Church Cathedral June 21 1841.
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Book of Common Prayer.
Cambridge: 1638.

Inscription on front pastedown: Edward Scudamore M.D. St George's Place Canterbury. Most respectfully presented to the Redd[?] Dean & Chapter for the Library of the Cathedral. June 21 1841 [repeated on rear pastedown].
Binding: 17th-century calf with a double fillet round the edges and a double fillet 4 cm from the spine.
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Charles Butler, Vicar. Feminine monarchie: or the historie of bees. Shewing their ... nature, ... gouernment, ... enemies, ... together with the right ordering of them ... 1623.
Inscription on front pastedown: Edw. Scudamore M.D. St. Geo. Place. Canty. Presented to the Cathedral Library Sep 1841.
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Thornton. [Botanical plates]. 1799–1810.
Inscription on front pastedown: Respectfully presented to the Library of the Rev. Dean & Chapter Canterbury. By Edw. Scudamore M.D. St Georges Place Nov 26 1841.
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Margaret Bryan. Compendious system of astronomy, ... By Margaret Bryan. 1797.
Inscription on title page: Mary Toke 1797.
Inscription on title page: Edward Scudamore M.D. 1813. St Georges Place Canty [on verso of front free endpaper:] Respectfully presented to the Library of the Redd Dean and Chapter Canterbury. June 1844. By Edwd Scudamore M.D. St George's Place Canty.
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England. Laws, statutes, etc. 1543. Anno tricesimo quarto et quinto Henrici Octaui. Actes made in the session of this present parlyament ... 1543.
Inscription on title page: Edward Scudamore M.D. St Georges Place Canty 1844. Respectfully presented to the Library of the Rev. Dean & Chapter Canterbury at their Audit in June 1844. by E.S. M.D.
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Pliny, the Elder.. Historia naturalis. ... vna cum annotationibus Hermolai Barbari, ... .
Paris: 1526.
Inscription on title page: Edward Scudamore M.D. St Georges Place Canterbury.
Inscription on second front free endpaper initialled S. J.; later inscription: The autograph of Dr Samuel Johnson?

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