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Historical portion of the Library of Appleby Grammar School in Cumbria. Mostly classical, theological, literary and historical works dating back to the 15th century.
Notable for its English Revolution tracts, some illustrated, describing local events such as A Terrible and bloudy fight at Tinmouth Castle on Fryday last ... (1648).
Largely editions of classical and theological works, around half printed before 1700. Includes authors George Farquhar and John Dryden alongside Tacitus and Seneca.
Highlights include Petrus Lombardus' Sententiae from the 13th Century, and an early-15th-century Sarum Missal decorated with penwork flourishing, and border ornaments.
Comprises political and religious publications; periodicals, letters, postcards, pamphlets and photographs, relating to Spain, Ethiopia, Britain, and Italy.