Author:Richard Gough

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Richard Gough

English architect and antiquarian


  • British Topography, or an Historical Account of what has been done for illustrating the Topographical Antiquities of Great Britain and Ireland (1780), in 2 vols
  • Sepulchral monuments in Great Britain, applied to illustrate the history of families, manners, habits and arts, from the Norman conquest (1786, 1796, 1799), in 3 vols.
  • Camden's Britannia, translated from the edition published by the Author mdcvii. Enlarged by the latest Discoveries (1789), in 3 vols.
  • A History of the Society of Antiquaries of London, prefixed to the first volume of their 'Archæologia', (1770)
  • Description des Royaulmes d'Angleterre et d'Escosse, composée par Etienne Perlin (Par. 1558). Histoire de l'Entrée de la Reine Mère dans la Grande Bretagne, par De la Serre, Paris, 1639. Illustrated with Plates, English Notes, and Historical Prefaces (1775)
  • A Catalogue of the Coins of Canute, King of Denmark and England, with specimens (1777)
  • History of the Town of Thetford, in the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk (1779), edited from the manuscript collections of Thomas Martin of Palgrave, and illustrated by Captain Grose.
  • An Essay on the Rise and Progress of Geography in Great Britain and Ireland; illustrated with specimens of our oldest maps (1780)
  • Catalogue of Sarum and York Missals (1780)
  • A Comparative View of the Antient Monuments of India, particularly those in the Island of Salset, near Bombay, as described by different writers, illustrated with ten curious plates (1785)
  • Account of a Missal executed for John, Duke of Bedford (1794)
  • List of the Members of the Society of Antiquaries (1717–96) (1798)
  • The Parochial History of Castor [Northamptonshire] and its dependencies … with an account of Marham, &c.’ Printed with the Rev. Kennett Gibson's ‘Comment upon part of the fifth Journey of Antoninus through Britain (1800)
  • The History and Antiquities of Pleshy, in the county of Essex (1803)
  • Coins of the Seleucidæ, Kings of Syria; from the establishment of their reign under Seleucus Nicator to the determination of it under Antiochus Asiaticus. With Historical Memoirs of each reign. Illustrated from the cabinet of Matthew Duane, engraved by F. Bartolozzi (1804)
  • Antiquities and Memoirs of the Parish of Myddle (co. Salop) (1833?)
  • Description of the Beauchamp Chapel, adjoining to the Church of St. Mary at Warwick, and the Monuments of the Earls of Warwick in the said church and elsewhere (1809)


“History of the famous Royston Club”, Gentleman's Magazine liii.: 613, 1783 

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