Camden Society


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Publishing Lucy Toulmin Smith
She produced this volume for the Camden Society , and so the first edition has the initials CS embossed in gold on the deep burgundy cloth boards.
Ricart, Robert. The Maire of Bristowe is Kalendar. Smith, Lucy ToulminEditor , printed for the Camden Society, 1872.
front matter
Publishing Queen Elizabeth I
These were edited and published by the Camden Society in 1899.
Reception Lady Anne Clifford
The antiquarian Camden Society tried unsuccessfully for years to secure LAC 's full MS from Skipton Castle for publication.
Textual Production Sarah Williams
The Camden Society published Letters Written by John Chamberlain During the Reign of Queen Elizabeth, edited by a different Sarah Williams than her more prolific contemporary of that name; this one died in the...
Textual Production Anne Halkett
AH 's autobiography (often called Memoirs) was published by the Camden Society , edited by John Gough Nichols and entitled The Autobiography of Anne, Lady Halkett.
Walker, Kim. “’Divine Chymistry’ and Dramatic Character: The Lives of Lady Anne Halkett”. Women Writing 1550-1750, edited by Jo Wallwork and Paul Salzman, English Program, School of Communication, Arts and Critical Enquiry, La Trobe University, 2001, pp. 133 - 49.
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Textual Production Lucy Toulmin Smith
LTS , who became Librarian at Manchester College in Oxford in the same year, edited for the antiquarian Camden Society a late fourteenth-century text: Expeditions to Prussia and the Holy Land Made by Henry, Earl of Derby (afterwards King Henry IV


The Camden Society was founded; it was concerned with the printing of unpublished material and reprinting rare works.