The Annals of Newark-upon-Trent

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By Cornelius Brown

Five years in the writing, the Annals of Newark presents one of the first great overviews of Newark ’s long and distinguished past.

From Roman times upto the 19th century via the building of Newark Castle, the Civil War, Royal visits, Byron’s first poems and W.E. Gladstone’s first electoral seat, this book is a detailed and thorough study, drawing on many unique documents, some of which are no longer available to researchers today.

Reprint of 1879 edn

(333 pages)

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