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Turner Mr. John, Bottom's Lodge Whittaker Mr. James, Wirksworth (two Turner Mr. Henry, Duffield

copies) Turner Mr. John, Duffield

Whyman Mr. William, Derby
Turner Mr. Edward, Hayfield
Turner Mr. Christopher, Derby

Whysall Mr. George, Heanor

Wild Mr. William, Stony Middleton
Twigg Mr. J. A. Chesterfield
Twigge Mr. Joseph, Ashover

Wightman Mrs. Sarah, Derby
Wigley Mr. Mansfield

Wilkins and Son, Messrs. Derby (sit Wade Mr. George, Mickleover

copies) Wadsworth Mr. Charlesworth

Wilkson Mr. George, Taddington Wagstaffe Mr. John, Glossop

Willder Mr. Samuel, Derby Wagstaffe Mr. Thomas, Woodseats Willder Mr. Thomas, Derby Waine Mr. Avery, Chesterfield

Williams Mr. Sudbury Wainwright Mr. William, Sheffield Williams Mr. German, Derby Wall Mr. James, Wirksworth

Williamson Mr. Richard, Derby Wall Mr. Richard, Wirksworth

Williamson Mr. Chapel-en-le-Frith Wallis Mr. George, Derby

Willis and Andrew Messrs. Eyam Walker and Son Messrs. Derby

Willock Mr. William H. London Walker Mr. Thomas, Derby

Wilmot Mr. William, Little Eaton Walker Mr. James, Belper

Wilson Mr. Joshua, Derby Walker Mr. Thomas, Belper

Wilson Mr. George, Wirksworth Walters Mr. Henry, Alfreton

Wilson Mr. Matthew, Chesterfield Walters Mr. John, Normanton

Wolstenholme Mr. Thomas, Eckington Walters Mr. William, Edensor

Wood Mr. John, Glossop Walton Mr. Thomas W. Derby

Wood late Mr. William, Buxton Ward Mr. Thomas, Ashbourn

Wood Mr. George, Buxton Ward Mr. Robert, Derby

Wood Mr. John, Derby Wardlow Mr. Charlesworth

Woodhead Messrs. Chesterfield (three Warin late Mr. Ashbourn

copies) Warren Mr. William, Derby

Woollatt Mr. John, Burley Waterall Mr. George, Wirksworth Wormsley Mr. Robert, Chesterfield Watson Mr. John, Derby

Wragg Mrs. Margaret, Castleton Wayte Mr. Ashby-de-la-Zouch

Wright Mr. John, New Brampton Webster Mr. Thomas, Mercaston Hall Wright Edward and Son, Messrs. New ( 4to copy

Brampton Webster Mr. John, Derby

Wright Mr. Thomas, Derby Webster Mr. George, Derby

Wright Mr. John, Derby Weston Mr. Joseph, Belper

Wright Mr. John, Chesterfield Wheatcroft Nathaniel and Son Messrs. Wright Mr. George, Newark Cromford

Wright Mr. Charles, Wirksworth Wheatcroft German and Son Messrs. Wright Mr. James, Dronfield Cromford

Wright Mr. Richard, Ashby-de-la-Zouch Wheeldon Mr. Samuel, Derby

Wright Mr. Samuel Job, Derby
Wheeldon Mr. George, Derby
Wheelhouse Mr. John, Eckington Vallance Mr. John, Matlock Bath
Whiston Mr. Joseph, Ashbourn
White Mr. John, Sutton

Yates Mr. Abraham, Walton on Trent White Mr. William Morledge, Chad. Young Vr. Thomas, Derby desden

Young Messrs. Derby Whitehurst Mr. John, Derby

Young Mr. Charles, Sandiacre


and is illustrated by a geological plate, and a variety of other

Stephen Glover has been induced, contrary to his original
intention, to publish the work in parts, on account of his
having obtained an accumulation of interesting materials,
far exceeding his most sanguine expectations. This mass
of important matter is the result, partly of his own re-
searches, and partly of kind contributions of intelligent per-
sons in every portion of the County.

For this reason,
the History will necessarily be extended to a size MUCH
GREATER than was originally projected ; and will comprise
THREE OTHER PARTS of considerable bulk.

The SECOND PART, which will complete the FIRST
VOLUME, will contain

The remainder of the General Political History,

Statistics, Government, &c. of the County,
Ancient Genealogical History,
Biography of eminent persons, either natives of Derbyshire,

or long resident in the County.

The THIRD PART (which will form the FIRST PART of the
SECOND VOLUME) will comprise about HALF



General History of the Towns, Villages, &c. obtained from
sources entirely, or for the most part, new.

PAROCHIAL HISTORY, will terminate the work.

The SECOND VOLUME, the FIRST PART of which is
nearly ready for publication, will contain above fifty copper
and steel engravings of noblemen's and gentlemen's seats,
churches, monuments, &c. and about one hundred and twenty
shields of armorial bearings of the resident families, with
tables of genealogy.

The Plates.
Chatsworth House, by Sir Jeffry Wyatville, knt.
Hardwick Hall
Countess of Shrewsbury's Monument, by Mr. Cubley
Haddon Hall, by Mr. Henry Moore
Stanton Woodhouse, by Mr. John Rayner
Bretby House, by Mr. Henry Moore
Bretby House, by Mr. Henry Stevens
Kedleston House, by Mr. Henry Moore
Doveridge Hall
Sudbury Hall and Monuments, by Mr. H. Moore
Melbourn Hall, by Mr. Henry Moore
Calke Abbey, two views, by Mr. Glover
Drakelow Hall, by Mr. Henry Moore
Tissington Hall, by Peter Bainbrigge, esq.
Ashbourn Hall, by Mr. Henry Moore
Egginton Hall, by Mr. Henry Moore
Wingerworth Hall
Willesley Hall, by Mr. R. Ĉ. Wright
Duffield Hall, by a Lady
Stony Middleton Hall, by Mr. Henry Moore
Willersley Castle, by Mr. George Glover
Beauchief Hall, by Mr. Henry Moore
Brookfield Hall, by Mr. Henry Moore
Dunston Hall, by Mr. Henry Moore
Stanton House and Lodge, by Mr. John Rayner
Snelston Hall, by

Nash, esq.
Langley Park, by Mr. Henry Moore
Bridge Hill House and Cotton Mills, hy Mr. H. M.
Portrait of Jedediah Strutt, esq. by Joseph Wright
Radbourn Hall, by Mr. H. Moore
Radbourn Rectory and Church, by Mr. H. Moore
Dalbury Church and Rectory, by Mr. H. Moore
Barlborough Hall

The following and others are engraved at the expense of the Proprietor :

Portrait of Sir Richard Arkwright, by J.


Portrait of Samuel Oldknow, esq. by Mr.


View of Belper Church, by Matthew Haber-

shon, esq.
Geological Plate of the Strata of Derbyshire
A Map of the County, with fourteen views

round the border.

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Natural productions of Derbyshire,

CLASS 2. Birds.


103 Observations

. 139


Golden eagle, osprey, kite and buz-

Class 1. Monandria

105 zard


2. Diandria

105 Goshawk, hen harier, ring tail, kes-

3. Triandria

. 106 trel, sparrow hawk, little buzzard,

4. Tetrandria

merlin, white owl, horned owl

5. Pentandria

109 and short-eared owl


6. Hexandria

112 Screech owl, brown owl, little owl,

7. Heptandria

112 butcher bird, raven, crow and rook 146

8. Octandria

112 Royston crow, jackdaw, jay, magpie,

9. Enneandria

113 cuckoo and wryneck


10. Decandria 114 Woodpecker, kingfisher, 'nuthatch;

11. Dodecandria


creeper and starling


12. Jcosandria

115 Misletoe, song and heath thrush,

13. Polyandria

116 redwing, fieldfare, blackbird, ring

14. Didynamia

117 ouzel, water ouzel, rose coloured

15. Tetradynamia


ouzel and waxen chatterer


16. Monadelphia . 119 Crossbill, grosbeak, greenfinch, bull-

17. Diadelphia

120 finch, bunting, yellow hammer,

18. Polyadelphia 121 reed, house and tree sparrow


19. Syngenesia

121 Chaffinch, brambling, goldfinch,

20. Gynandria

12+ common linnet, greater and lesser

21. Monoecia

124 red-headed linnet, siskin, fly-

22. Dioecia

125 catcher, sky, tit and wood lark 151

23. Polygamia

. 126 Pipet lark, white, grey and yellow

24. Cryptogamia

126 wagtail, nightingale, hedge spar-

Zoology of Derbyshire

row and redstart



Wood wren, lesser pettichaps, gold-

Horse and ass

. 130 en-crested wren, lesser white-

Ox and sheep

. 131 throat, sedge warbler, robin red-

Goat, stag and fallow deer

132 breast and wheatear



133 Willow wren, wren, whinchat, stone-

Dog, several varieties


chat, white-throat,


Wolf, fox, wild cat, badger and otter 136 greater, cole, marsh and blue tit-

Polecat, marten, ferret, weasel, stoat,


hedgehog and mole

137 Longtailed titmouse and swallow 155

Hare, rabbit, rat (varieties of) Martin, sand martin, swift and goat-

mouse (varieties of) and squirrel 138 sucker






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