Douce, Francis

Douce, Francis, a learned antiquary, born in London; for a time keeper of MSS. in the British Museum; author of “Illustrations of Shakespeare,” and an illustrated volume, “The Dance of Death”; left in the Museum a chest of books and MSS. not to be opened till 1900; was a man of independent means, and a devoted archæologist (1757-1834).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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D'Orsay, Count
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Dory, John
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Douay
Doubs
Doubting Castle
Douce, Francis
Douglas
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Douglas, Gawin
Douglas, Sir Howard
Douglas, John
Douglas, Stephen Arnold
Douglass, Frederick
Doulton, Sir Henry
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