An illustrated and annotated transcript of the previously unpublished diary of John Newton for 1767.
King George V and Queen Mary visited Northampton on 23 September 1913. There was extensive provision of temporary stands for children for this memorable event.
The rediscovery of a ‘lost’ church dedicated St Botolph at Sulby, Northamptonshire.
John Watkin was responsible for the construction of many of the finest Victorian building projects in Northampton.
Matthew Bloxham in his “The Principles of Gothic Ecclesiastical Architecture” (1845) made a comparison between St Peter’s, Northampton with St Andrew, Steyning.
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