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PHILP, ELIZABETH. (Con.).

music by E. Philp. Lond. R. Mills and Son [1874] fol. pp. 6, 4/-.

Welcome spring. Part song for three female voices. By E. Philp. [Words by W. C. Bennett. Lond. Robert W. Ollivier [1868] fol. pp. 6, 3/-.

What is love. Song by E. Philp. [Words by an Old Poet, A.D. 1561]. Lond. Addison, Hollier and Lucas [1861] fol. 2/6.-Lond. Samuel Wilcocke [1866] fol. pp. 5, 2/6.-Lond. Boosey and Co. [186-] fol. 3/-.

Dedicated to Mrs. W. P. Frith. When all the world is young. Song, words by the Rev. Charles Kingsley. Music by E. Philp. Lond. Boosey and Co. [1866] fol. pp. 6, 3/-.

When all the world is young. By E. Philp. Transcribed for the piano-forte by Louis Diehl. Lond. Boosey and Co. [1866] fol. pp. 10, 4/-.

Why thus cast down? The words by Charles Swain. Composed by E. Philp. Lond. Brewer and Co. [186-] fol. 3/-.

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PHILP, REV. GEORGE WINCHESTER (son of Rev. Robert Kemp Philp). Minister of Unitarian Chapel, Rochdale; Student at St. Bees. b. 20 June 1811. d. York 7 April 1845. bur. York. cf. Gent. Mag. xxiv, 205 (1845).

Reasons for renouncing unitarianism. By G. W. Philp, late Unitarian Minister, Rochdale. With prefatory remarks on the case, by the Rev. J. E. N. Molesworth, D.D. Lond. J. G. F. and J. Rivington...1843, 8°. Title and preface pp. i-vi, introduction pp. 7-12, Considerations pp. 13-43, 1/-.

The Berean Scripture Reader. A sermon by the Rev. J. E. N. Molesworth, D.D. Vicar of Rochdale, preached on Sunday, January 15th 1843 in the parish church, Rochdale, on the baptism of G. W. Philp, late minister of the unitarian chapel in that parish. Lond. J. G. F. and J. Rivington; T. Holden, Rochdale [printed] 1843, 8°. pp. 22, 1/-.

PHILP, JAMES (son of Rev. Robert Kemp Philp who died 1850). b. Falmouth 4 Oct. 1800. Printer and publisher at Falmouth to 1836 and at Bristol from 1836 to 1846; Came to London 1846. Now (1875) resident at 67 Gloucester Crescent, Regent's Park, London. The golden wedding. A sermon preached on the golden wedding day of Mr. and Mrs. Philp, on Sunday morning 24th May 1874, by the Rev. P. W. Clayden...Lond. Kent and Co. printers 25 Camden Road, N.W. 1874, 12°. pp. 16, 2d.

PHILP, JAMES. (Con.).

We are old folks now together. Golden wedding song. By E. Philp (1874) q.v.

The Christian child's faithful friend. Falmouth, printed and published by J. Philp 1829, 12o. 1d.

NOTE.-Edited by James Philp. First number appeared July 1829. This work continued to appear for several years.

original and select articles on literary subjects The Selector or Cornish Magazine devoted to combining instruction with amusement, with a record of provincial improvements and events... Falmouth, printed by and for J. Philp... Sold in London by W. Pearson 36 Bishopsgate within 1826-29, 4 vols. 8°.

NOTE.-Appeared in Monthly numbers of 16 pages at 3d. With vol. 3 the title was changed to "The Cornish Magazine " and the price became 4d. per number. Mr. Philp assisted in editing the first two volumes.

Falmouth Packet and Cornish Herald. Falmouth, printed for the proprietors by James Philp at the office of the Falmouth Packet and Cornish Herald, Market St. and published by him at his shop, Fish Strand 1829, fol. pp. 8, 7d.

NOTE--First number appeared Saturday, April 4, 1829, discontinued in Jan. 1848. This newspaper was for some time edited by James Philp, and afterwards by William Rickerby.

An Appendix to the Almanacks for 1830, containing an engraving of the Logan Stone with a description, Abstract of the new act for regulating Friendly Societies etc. Falmouth, printed and published by James Philp 20 Nov. 1829, 3d.

NOTE.-Continued for the year 1831 etc.

A narrative of the loss by fire of the Honourable East India Company's ship Kent, on her voyage to Bengal and China, with an Appendix containing copies of the interesting letters addressed to Captains Cobb and Cook, with their replies &c...Second edition. Falmouth, printed by and for J. Philp and sold by J. Richardson, Royal Exchange, London. n.d. [1825] 12o. pp. 24.

NOTE-Dedicated "To Capt. Cook of the Cambria, Capt. Cobb and the gallant officers of the 31st Regiment of Foot, who embarked on board the Kent "..." by their obedient humble servant The Publisher, Falmouth, March 16th, 1825." The narrative is stated to be much indebted for the kind information of Major Mc. G[regor].

Memoir of his late majesty George IV. Falmouth printed and published by James Philp July 1830, 2d.

PHILP, JOHN.

The Falmouth Teetotal Advocate and Cornwall

PHILP, JOHN. (Con.).

Moral Reformer. Edited' by John Philp and Benjamin Treleaven. Falmouth, April 1833.

NOTE. This journal has passed through various sizes under different Editors and Printers, first at Falmouth then at Hayle. In January 1839 it became The Cornwall Teetotal Journal of the County Association, afterwards, The Cornwall Temperance Journal and Rechabite Recorder, then The Cornwall and Devon Temperance Journal, Ed. by Henry Mudge q.v.

PHILP, REV. JOHN (son of Rev. R. K. Philp). Unitarian Minister at Ipswich. b. Falmouth 29 Jan. 1799. d. Falmouth, July 1827.

A Reply to the Lines "On an Hour Glass." The Selector or Cornish Mag. ii, 100 (1827). A Mother's Joy. ib. ii, 114. A Mother's Grief. ib. ii, 114.

PHILP, JOHN (son of Will. Philp, d. 1854). b. Launceston 19 Aug. 1820.

The Cornish Times, 1857. See Philp, Edward.

PHILP, REV. ROBERT KEMP, Draper at Falmouth; Originally a member of the Wesleyan Society; Unpaid Minister for many years of the Unitarian church, the Moor Falmouth; One of the first persons interested in Ragged schools; A preacher under the City Mission (which he had commenced in Spitalfields, London) 1834-50. b. Falmouth 1769. d. London 25 Aug. 1850. bur. Hackney, in ground belonging to the Unitarian church, where is monument with inscription by his grandson R. K. Philp. cf. Gent. Mag. ciii pt. i, 649 (1833) xxxiv, 558 (1850) where he is called R. H. Philp.

PHILP, ROBERT KEMP (son of Henry Philp. b. Plymouth 24 Oct. 1793. d. Falmouth 23 Mch. 1836). Left Cornwall 1833; Printer at Bristol 1835-37; Came to London 1845; Now (1875) resident at 21 Claremont square London. b. Falmouth 14 June 1819.

The national vindicator. A weekly newspaper. Bath, printed and published 1838, fol.

NOTE.-R. K. Philp edited this paper in connection with Mr. Henry Vincent from 1838 to 1842.

The Sentinel. Lond. printed and published by Francis Witty 10 Bolt Court, Fleet street 1843, fol.

NOTE.-A weekly paper, No. dated Saturday night Jan. 7 1843, pp. 8, 6d. R. K. Philp was a contributor to this paper as long as it continued to appear.

The people's journal. Edited by John Saunders. Lond. People's Journal office, 69 Fleet street. Vol. i, 1846.

PHILP, R. K. (Con.).

NOTE.-R. K. Philp was sub-editor of this journal as long as it continued to appear.

The family friend. Lond. Houlston and Stoneman. n.d. [1850-55 ?] Vols. i to vi, 12o.

NOTE. The above mentioned volumes were edited by R. K. Philp. The new series was edited by W. Jones, Secretary of the Russell Institution.

Family pastime or homes made happy. [Anon. By R. K. Philp]. Lond. Houlston and Stone-/ man 1851, 8°. pp. 64.-Another ed. Lond. 1852, 8°. pp. 92, 1/-.

Solutions to Family pastime or homes made happy. [Anon. By R. K. Philp]. Lond. Houlston and Stoneman. n.d. [1851] 8°. pp. 24.

The parlour magazine of the literature of all nations...[Edited by R. K. Philp]. Lond. Houlston and Stoneman. n.d. [1851] 2 vols. 8°.

NOTE.-Issued in numbers at 10d. each. This work was printed in The Crystal Palace erected for The International Exhibition of 1851.

The family tutor. Lond. Houlston and Stoneman 1851-53, 6 vols. 8o.

NOTE. The last four volumes of this work were edited by R. K. Philp.

The successful candidate, a comedy in two acts. By R. K. Philp. Lond. J. Bennett 69 Fleet St. n.d. [1852] 8°. pp. 63.

The Home Companion, a weekly magazine of the amusing and the useful. [Edited by R. K. Philp]. Lond. published by John Bennett 69 Fleet St. n.d. [1852-56] 3 vols. and 4 numbers

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The Practical Housewife, forming a complete encyclopædia of domestic economy... By The Editors of the "Family Friend" [i.e. R. K. Philp and others]. Lond. Ward and Lock. n.d. [1855] 8°. Title 1 leaf, Dedication, preface, index pp. i-xxix, Practical Housewife pp. 1-192.

How a penny became a thousand pounds. [Anon. By R. K. Philp]...Lond. Houlston and Stoneman 1856, 8°. pp. 96.

Philosophy and mirth united by pen and pencil, original charades, enigmas and puzzles for winter evenings. [Anon. By R. K. Philp].

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With forty four beautiful illustrations. Lond. Houlston and Stoneman 1856, 8°. pp. iv and 92.

NOTE.-The Preface is signed P.

Notices to correspondents, consisting of ten thousand editorial answers to questions, selected from the best authorities, supplying a fund of information which cannot be obtained from any other source. [Anon. By R. K. Philp]. Lond. Houlston and Stoneman. n.d. [1856], 8°. pp. Xxxii and 320.

Enquire within upon everything... [Anon. by R. K. Philp]. Lond. Houlston and Stoneman 1856, 8°.

NOTE. Title, half-title, preface, and index pp. ixxviii, Enquire within pp. 1-352. Originally appeared in 12 monthly parts at 2d.

Enquire within upon everything...[27th ed.]. Two hundred and seventy-seventh thousand. Lond. Houlston and Wright 1865, 8°.

NOTE.-Title, advertisement, preface by the editor, contents, verses on the publication of the 260th thousand by the editor pp. i-xii, Enquire within pp. 11-379, 2/6.

Enquire within upon everything, to which is now added Enquire within upon fancy needlework... The three hundred and sixty second thousand. Lond. Houlston and Wright 1868, 8o. pp. i-xii, pp. 9-412.

The interview, companion volume to "Enquire within." [Anon. By R. K. Philp]..... Lond. Houlston and Stoneman. n.d. [1856], 8°. pp. xii and 222, 2/6.

NOTE.-Issued in 12 numbers. Was re-issued in 1867 as "A journey of discovery all around our house" which was the title of the first article in the original work.

The reason why. A careful collection of many hundreds of reasons for things which though generally believed are imperfectly understood. [Anon. By R. K. Philp]. Tenth thousand. Lond. Houlston and Wright. n.d. [1857] 8°. pp. xxvi, 320, 2/6.

PHILP, R. K. (Con.).

The Dictionary of daily wants. By the Editor of "Enquire within upon everything" [i.e. R. K. \ Philp]...Lond. Houlston and Wright 1861, 3 vols. 8°. pp. 1136, 7/6.

NOTE. Issued during 1858-60 in 36 monthly numbers at 2d. and forming 3 vols. but the pagination is continuous.

History of Progress in Great Britain. By R. K. Philp. With numerous illustrations by W. Newman, C. Melville, J. Gilbert, H. C. Maguire etc.... Lond. Houlston and Wright 1861, 2 vols. 8°., 15-2nd ed. 1862, 8°.

NOTE. Originally appeared in 24 monthly parts at 6d. each. The first being dated June 1859.

The progress of carriages, roads and water conveyances from the earliest times to the formation of railways, being a complete section of Philp's "History of Progress in Great Britain" ...Lond. Houlston and Wright. n.d. [1858] 8°. Pagination runs from 137 to 204, 1/-.

The progress of agriculture, being The Agricultural Section of Philp's "History of Progress in Great Britain," published separately for the convenience of agricultural readers... Lond. Houlston and Wright. n.d. [1858] 8°. Pagination runs from 65 to 136, 1/-.

The Dictionary of useful knowledge. Uniform with and a companion to "The dictionary of daily wants"...[Anon. By R. K. Philp]. The two dictionaries form a complete encyclopædia of practical and general knowledge. Houlston and Wright. n.d. [1858-62] 4 vols. 8°. pp. 1524, 10/-.

Lond.

NOTE. Issued in 48 monthly numbers at 2d. each. The pagination is continuous.

Life doubled by the economy of time. By The Author of "How a penny became a thousand pounds" [i.e. R. K. Philp]... Lond. Houlston and Wright. n.d. [1859] 8°. pp. 100.

The Biblical reason why, a family guide to scripture readings and a hand-book for biblical students. By the Author of "The Reason Why"

The reason why. A careful collection of many hundreds of reasons for things which though...[i.e. R. K. Philp]. With an introduction by

generally believed are imperfectly understood. General Science. New edition. By the Author of "Enquire within upon everything." [i.e. R. K. Philp]. London, Houlston and Wright. n.d. [1857], 8°. pp. xxvi, 320, 2/6.-Forty-fifth thousand. Lond. n.d. [1867] 8°. pp. xxvi, 320.

The Housewife's reason why, affording to the manager of household affairs intelligible reasons for the various duties she has to superintend or perform...Tenth Thousand. By The Author of "The Reason Why-General Science" etc. [i.e. R. K. Philp]. Lond. Houlston and Wright. n.d. [1857] 8°. pp. xlii and 352.

a clergyman of the Church of England. Lond. Houlston and Wright. n.d. [1859] 8°. Title, introduction, Author's preface, list of authorities and index pp. i-xxiv, Biblical Reason Why pp. 1-324, 2/6.

The Historical Reason Why. English History ...By the Author of "The Reason Why." Lond. Houlston and Wright. n.d. [1859] 8°. Title, preface and index pp. i-xvi, Historical Reason Why pp. 1-318, 2/6.

The Housewife's reason why, affording to the manager of household affairs, intelligible reasons for the various duties she has to superintend or

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perform. Tenth thousand. By the Author of "The Reason Why." Lond. Houlston and Wright. n.d. [1859] 8°. Title, preface, list of authorities, index, narrative and dedication pp. i-lxii, Halftitle and Housewife's Reason Why pp. 43-352, 2/6.

That's it, or plain teaching. By The Author of "The reason why, General Science" [i.e. R. K. Philp]... Illustrated by more than one thousand wood engravings. ... Lond. Houlston and Wright 1860, 8°. pp. xiv and 370, 3/6.

NOTE.-Published in 12 monthly parts at 2d. each. The practical housewife, a complete encyclopædia of domestic economy and family medical guide. By The Original Editor of the "Family Friend"...[i.e. R. K. Philp]. New ed. revised and greatly enlarged. Lond. Houlston and Lond. Houlston and Wright 1860, 8°., 2/6.

NOTE. Half- title, title, preface, index pp. i-xvi, Practical housewife pp. 1-336. Originally appeared in 11 numbers at 2d.

Reason Why. The Gardener's and farmer's reason why. [Anon. By R. K. Philp]. Tenth thousand. Lond. Houlston and Wright 1860. 8°., 2/6.

The denominational reason why, giving the origin, history and tenets of the various Christian sects. [Anon. By R. K. Philp]. Lond. Houlston and Wright 1860, 8°., 3/6.

The reason why. Natural history. By the Author of "The Biblical Reason why."...[i.e. R. K. Philp]. Lond. Houlston and Wright 1860, 8°. pp. xxiv, 356 2/6.

Walks abroad and evenings at home. [Anon. By R. K. Philp]...With numerous illustrations. Lond. Houlston and Wright 1861, 8°. pp. viii and 328.

The family save-all, a system of secondary cookery supplying excellent dishes for breakfast, luncheon, dinner and supper from cold and other fragments...By the Editor of "Enquire within" etc. [i.e. R. K. Philp]. Sale of the Author's works in Great Britain, half a million volumes, an equal number in America. 2nd. ed. Lond. published for the proprietors by W. Kent and Co. 1861, 8°.

NOTE.-Title, preface, index pp. i-xxxviii Family save-all pp. 1-292. Originally issued in numbers at 2d.

The family save-all... Twelfth thousand. Lond. Houlston and Wright 1869, 8°. pp. vi and 342. The Reason why. Physical Geography and geology...By the Author of "The reason why, General science."...[i.e. R. K. Philp]. With numerous illustrations. Lond. Houlston and Wright 1863, 8°. pp. xvi, 364 2/6.

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The corner cupboard, a family repository by the Editor of " Enquire within upon everything ...[i.e. R. K. Philp]. Fourteenth thousand. Lond. Houlston and Wright 1865, 8°.

NOTE. Title, preface and inventory of contents, pp. i-xvi, Corner cupboard pp. 1-368 2/6. Originally issued in monthly parts at 2d.

A Journey of Discovery all round our house or the interview. A companion volume to "Enquire within upon everything." [Anon. By. R. K. Philp]. The thirty-second thousand. Lond. Houlston and Wright 1867, 8°. pp. vi, 378 2/6.

NOTE.-Published in 12 numbers at 2d. each. The original work appeared in 1856 under the title of "The Interview."

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The reason why. Domestic series affording intelligible reasons for the various duties which a housewife has to perform. By the Author of 'Enquire within upon everything."...[i.e. R. K. Philp]. The twelfth thousand carefully revised and enlarged. Lond. Houlston and Wright 1869, 8°. pp. xvi, 368 2/6.

Best of everything. By the Author of "Enquire within." [i.e. R. K. Philp]... Lond. W. Kent and Co. 1870, 8°. pp. viii, 408 2/6.

Tim the glazier, a Christmas story 1872-73. Reprinted from the Sunday Times. By R. K. Philp. n.p. or d. or printer's name [1874] 8°. 2 leaves.

Index scholasticus. Sons and daughters. A guide to parents in the choice of educational institutions, preparatory to professional or other occupation of their children...By R. K. Philp. Lond. Virtue and Co. 1872, 8o. pp. vi and 504.

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The lady's every day book, a practical guide in the elegant arts and daily difficulties of domestic life. By the Author of "Enquire within etc. [i.e. R. K. Philp] assisted by the Editor of "The Practical housewife" etc.... Lond. E. W. Allen n.d. [1873-74] 8°. pp. iv, 362, 2/-.

NOTE.-Appeared in 12 monthly numbers at 2d. The railway panoramic guide. Midland. A panoramic description of the principal objects. of historic interest, sacred edifices, chief cities, towns, villages...etc. inviting the attention of passengers over the main line and chief branches of the Midland Railway. By R. K. Philp. Lond. Bemrose and Sons 10 Paternoster Buildings. n.d. [1873], 8°. pp. 56, 6d.-Second ed. Lond. and Derby, Bemrose and Sons 1875, 8°. 6d.

The London and South-Western railway panoramic guide, a description of the principal objects of historic interest, sacred edifices, chief cities, towns and villages, country seats, pleasure resorts, natural objects, engineering works, roads,

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rivers, canals etc., inviting the attention of passengers over the main lines and chief branches of the London and South-Western Railway. Edited by R. K. Philp. Lond. Bemrose and Sons [May] 1874, 8°. 6d.

The North Western panoramic guide: a description of the principal objects of interest inviting the attention of passengers over the main line and chief branches of the North Western railway. Edited by R. K. Philp. London and Derby, Bemrose and Sons 1874, 8°. 6d.

New facts upon all subjects. By the Author of "Enquire within." [i.e. R. K. Philp]. Lond. Haughton and Co. 10 Paternoster Row. n.d. [1873-74] 12°.

[Prospectus] Preparing for publication by subscription. Price 5s. Poems of sentiment and humour including the Land of Mystery, (Africa, Livingstone etc.) the Hateful Heresy (Darwinism, a satire) and miscellaneous subjects, by R, K. Philp. Lond. printed (for the Author) by Bell and Co. 157 St. John's St. Road, E.C. n.d. [1874] 8°. 4 leaves.

The Great Eastern Railway panoramic Guide : a description of the principal objects of interest inviting the attention of passengers over the main lines and chief branches of the Great Eastern Railway. Edited by R. Kemp Philp. London and Derby, Bemrose and Sons 1875, 8°. 6d.

The South-Eastern Railway panoramic guide: a description of the principal objects of interest inviting the attention of passengers over the main lines and chief branches of the SouthEastern Railway. Edited by R. Kemp Philp. London and Derby, Bemrose and Sons 1875, 8°. 6d.

The Brighton and South Coast Railway panoramic guide, a description of the principal objects of historic interest, sacred edifices, chief cities, towns and villages, country seats, pleasure resorts, natural objects, engineering works, roads, rivers, canals etc., inviting the attention of passengers over the main line and chief branches of the Brighton and South coast Railway. Edited by R. K. Philp. Lond. Bemrose and Sons 10 Paternoster buildings and Irongate, Derby. n.d. [1875] 8°. pp. 48, 6d.

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gan, words by R. K. Philp. Lond. Houlston and Stoneman [1851] fol. pp. 8, 1/-.

The ocean flower gleaner. Song written by R. K. Philp. Dedicated to Mrs. Walter Robert Carden, and composed by Alexander Lee. Lond. D'Almaine and Co. [18-] fol. pp. 5, 2/-.

Pauline. Ballad, words by Robert K. Philp, music by J. W. Cherry. Lond. R. Cocks and Co. [1854] fol. pp. 5, 2/-.

NOTE. The Petition presented to the House of Commons by Thomas Slingsby Duncombe, M.P. for Finsbury 2 May 1842, for the National Convention and signed by 3,315,752 persons was written by R. K. Philp. This the most numerously signed document on record was borne into the House on the shoulders of sixteen stone masons, workmen at that time employed in building the Houses of Parliament. The concluding prayer of the petition was, that as there were no working class representatives in the House, the memorialists might be heard at the Bar, in support of the prayer of the petition. But, by a vote of 287 against 49 the House on the 3 May refused to allow the Petitioners advocates to be heard. R. K. Philp was one of the three persons nominated to represent the working classes on this occasion, had the prayer been granted. cf. T. C. Hansard's Parl. Debates lxii, 1374-81, lxiii, 14-91, 424 (1842); The Annual Register 1842, Chronicle pp. 77-78; Gent. Mag. xvii, 656, (1842); Will. N. Molesworth's History of England (1872) ii, 368-69; Joseph Irving's Annals of our time (1871) p. 107.

PHILP, WILLIAM (son of Will. Philp, d. 1854). b. Launceston 29 Sep. 1808.

[The] East Cornwall Times and Western Counties' Advertiser. Printed and published by W. Philp at his offices in Broad Street in the parish of St. Mary Magdalene in the borough of Launceston in the County of Cornwall 1869, fol.

NOTE. The present series of the paper was established in Jan. 1869.

PHILP, REV. WILLIAM PELLOWE (son of Robert Philp of Falmouth). Curate of St. Columb Major, Cornwall 1847-51; Curate of St. John's, Gateshead Fell, Durham 1852-62; R. of Jarrow 1862-69; R. of Offham, Kent 1869-73. b. Falmouth Apl. 1817. d. Offham 24 Nov. 1873 said to be aged 62. cf. The Guardian 1873, p. 1520.

PHIPPEN, GEORGE D. of Salem.

Fitzpen or Phippen, and allied families. By G. D. Phippen of Salem. [Boston, Mass. 1868] 8o. pp. 20.

NOTE. Originally appeared in Heraldic Journ. Boston, 1868. It contains a reprint from the Harl. MSS. 1162 of the pedigree of the Fitzpen or Phippen family and additional particulars relating to Rev. George Phippen, Master of the Grammar School and Rector of

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