Palgrave, Sir Francis (17881861)

Palgrave, Sir Francis, historian, born in London, of Jewish parents of the name of Cohen; was called to the bar in 1827, and became Deputy-Keeper of Her Majesty's Records in 1838; was the author of a history of the “Rise and Progress of the English Commonwealth” and of a “History of England,” tracing it back chiefly to the Anglo-Norman period, among other works (17881861).

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

Paley, William * Palgrave, Francis Turner
Palatine Counties
Pale, The
Palenque
Palermo
Pales
Palestine
Palestrina
Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi de
Paley, Frederick Althorp
Paley, William
Palgrave, Sir Francis
Palgrave, Francis Turner
Palgrave, William Gifford
Pâli
Palimpsest
Palingenesia
Palinurus
Palissy, Bernard
Palk's Strait
Palladio, Andrea
Palladium