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Armorial Bookplate – Glenn Brabazon Dalrymple

Description

A Sentimental Journey through France and Italy in two volumes, 1775

Glenn Brabazon Dalrymple was Clerk in Holy Orders of the Vicarage, Ilam, Ashbourne, Derbyshire in 1911. He was born in 1874, the son of Alexander Dalrymple, merchant of 7 Pemberton Road, Islington, and Fanny Hammond Ponsonby. He married in 1903 Caroline Emma Hereford, born in Hanover who was 11 years his senior. He died in Reading in 1922.

Arms:

Or on chevron Azure nine lozenges Or DALRYMPLE

Crest:

A rock proper (intended to be the Bass Rock)

Motto: Firme

History

This item was purchased in 1986. The bookplate appears in both volumes.

Accession number

CCWSH:0049-0050

Date

1775

Author

Laurence Sterne

Publisher

Printed for Becket, T

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