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In the third bay of the have of Bath Cathedral, a an of horth lide, there in this moral inscripts
near this Place les interred the body that in halon Coop? Kierca! his haperty Con Regenerate y Horse, during the late Warrin
Flanders And Groom of the Bed Chamberto his R: Highness Frederick Prince of Wales. He married Iudith Only Daughter of the Hon the Spencen Cooper, Late one of the Justices of the Count of Common Chief Justice of Chester by whom he had 750
Pleas, And & 2 Daughters, Died (re) march 4h 1736 Aped 55 Years Why did to have had don phters into the When he was decide the ir presentation
be done to it there, and under all cincurast cancer.
***- -THE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF BATH. Sir-On page 347 of Bibliotheca Soriersetensis, by Emanuel Green, Are editions of a book on "dred great importance of a Lelis OIS lige ly Willian Melmoth, are noted. 8thermits that which appeared in "Bath: Printed by and for s. Hazard. 1805.” This exists in the Public Reference Library in Bridge Street. At the end of it there ude huur pages containing a Lici in. 'BOWL5 blellation by ani for S. Hazard," in Cheap Street, Bath: Which serves as a valuable supplement to that very use. ful Bibliography of Mr. E. Green. The author of that little book is commemorated in the Diotionary of National Biography, and so is his son William Melmoth, who edited it, died in 1799, and lies buried at Batheaston I remain, sir, yours truly,
EDWARD S. DODGSON. 1 Bath: July 3, 1918 The Bath Herald.