Author:William Hamper

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William Hamper
English businessman, magistrate and antiquary
William Hamper


  • ‘Observations on certain Ancient Pillars of Memorial called Hoar-Stones, to which is added a conjecture on the Croyland Inscription,’ Birmingham, 1820; a pamphlet
    • materials collected for an enlarged edition, inserted in ‘Archæologia,’ xxv. 24–60.
  • ‘The Life, Diary, and Correspondence of Sir William Dugdale’ (1827)
    • pt. ii. of the appendix, consisting of an index to the manuscript collections of Dugdale, issued separately in 1826.


In Gentleman's Magazine[edit]

  • ‘The Beggar-Boy’ 1798, p. 794
  • ‘The Devil's Dike, a Sussex Legend’

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