Richard Gough

Standard Name: Gough, Richard


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Family and Intimate relationships Elizabeth Pipe Wolferstan
He was born Samuel Pipe, and assumed the name Wolferstan in connection with an inheritance; as well as his formidable estate at Statfold near Tamworth, he had another at Pipe near Lichfield. A...
Literary responses Olaudah Equiano
This book was an immediate success in Britain, and in the USA it significantly influenced the emancipation movement.
Equiano, Olaudah. “Introduction, etc”. The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African, edited by Angelo Costanzo, Peterborough, ON, pp. 7-37.
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An early reviewer, Mary Wollstonecraft in the Analytical Review, noted some inconsistency between the...


Between 1355 and 1366: The first surviving road-map of Great Britain,...

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Between 1355 and 1366

The first surviving road-map of Great Britain, now known as the Gough Map after the antiquarian Richard Gough , was produced.


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