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Venn (J.) Biographical history of Gonville and Caius college, 1349-1897, containing a list of all known members of the college from the foundation... Cambridge: University Press, 1897-1901. 3 v. 8°. +STK
Vicars (Sir A. E.) Index to the prerogative wills of Ireland. 1536-1810. Edited by Sir A. E. Vicars. Dublin: E. Ponsonby, 1897. ix, 1 l.. 512 p. 8°. ART Visitation of England and Wales. Edited by J. J. Howard and F. A. Crisp. [London] Privately prtd., 1893-1808. 15 v. 4°. ARF V. 10-15 ed. by F. A. Crisp. No. 475 of 500 cop. prtd. Visitation of Ireland. ard and F. A. Crisp. 1897-1904. 4 v. 4. 1 of 250 copies printed. Walford (Edward). The complete peerage, baronetage, knightage, and House of Commons for 1872. London, 1872. 32°. ARM
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Ruvigny (de), and ( ) BAINEVAL. Aitken of Thornton. (Geneal. Maga. v. 4, pp. 166-169, 204-209, 256-258, 310–313, 349-351, 400-403, 450452. London, 1900-1901.)
Carrington (W. A.) The early Lords of Belvoir. I pl. (Jour. Br. Archæol. Assoc. n. s. v. 7, pp. 299–326; v. 8, pp. 17–38. London, 19011902.)
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Birnie (John). Account of the families of Birnie and Hamilton of Broomhill, by J. Birnie, Esq. Edited by W. B. D. D. Turnbull... Edinburgh: Printed for private distribution, 1838. 2 p.l., (1) vi-xix, 82 p. illus. 4°. ARZ
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