Item 1968-004/001/(1)/56 - Letter written by Rev. Henry Richards Luard : recipient undetermined : p. 21v

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Letter written by Rev. Henry Richards Luard : recipient undetermined : p. 21v

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1968-004/001/(1)/56

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  • October 29, 1874 (Creation)

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(1825-1891)

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Henry Richards Luard (August 25, 1825 – May 1, 1891) was a British medieval historian, antiquarian, Church of England clergyman and university administrator. He graduated from Trinity College, Cambridge in 1847, and 1849 was elected to a Fellowship. He entered holy orders, and served as vicar of Great St. Mary's Church, Cambridge from 1860 to 1887. Luard was a Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge and of King's College London, and was Registrary of the University of Cambridge, and worked on cataloguing the manuscripts in the Cambridge University Library. He was an early scholarly editor of the papers of Isaac Newton, and contributed to the Rolls Series.

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