Author:Thomas Kerslake

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Thomas Kerslake
(1812–1891)
English bookseller

Works[edit]

  • A Vindication of the Autographs of Sir Roger de Coverley's "Perverse Widow " and her "Malicious Confident" from a disparaging statement thrown out in the "Athenæum, Bristol [1855], 8vo.
  • Saint Ewen, Bristol and the Welsh Border, circiter A.D. 577–926, Bristol, 1875, 8vo.
  • A Primeval British Metropolis, with some Notes on the Ancient Topography of the South-Western Peninsula of Britain, Bristol, 1877, 8vo, Revised and re-edited, with additions, under the title of 'Caer Pensaualcoit, a long-lost Unromanized British Metropolis, London, 1882, 8vo.
  • Traces of the Ancient Kingdom of Damnonia, outside Cornwall, in remains of Celtic Hagiology, London, 1878, 8vo.
  • Vestiges of the Supremacy of Mercia in the South of England during the Eighth Century, Bristol, 1879, 8vo.
  • The Word "Metropolis."' 'The Ancient Word "Anglo-Saxon."' 'Anglo-Saxon Bristol and Fossil Taunton. Three essays, Bristol, 1880, 8vo.
  • The Celtic Substratum of England, London, 1883, 8vo.
  • The Liberty of Independent Historical Research, London, 1885, 8vo.
    This is a somewhat caustic attack upon the office of her majesty's inspector of ancient monuments and on a preliminary report entitled Excavations in the Fen Pits, Penselwood, Somerset, issued by the first holder of the office, General A. Pitts-Rivers.
  • Gyfla, the Scir or Pagis of the Ivel Valley, Somerset, 1887, 8vo.
  • Saint Richard the king of Englishmen and his territory, A.D. 700-720 (privately printed), 1890.

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