Two dissertations, upon the mint and coins of the Episcopal-Palatines of Durham with an appendix: containing, writs, patents, licences, appointments &c. relating to the same, many of which are taken from the close rolls of the chancery of Durham : to which is added an account of several hundred English, Scotch, Irish and Brabantine coins, discovered near Thrapstone, in Northamptonshire, in the year, 1778 /
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- I. In which is endeavoured to be ascertained, the time when, and upon what occasion, they were privileged with a mint
- II. All the coins of the bishops of this see from the reign of King Edward I down to King Henry VIII both inclusive, placed to the prelates by whole authority they were struck; by which it will appear that we have almost a compleat series of their money, for near three centuries, with a succession of the bishops during that time, and some of the principal occurences of their lives.