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John Cannon

(1684—1743) excise official and autobiographer


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Cannon, John (1684–1743), excise official and autobiographer

The Chronicles of John Cannon: Excise Officer and Writing Master

[993] To: Mr. John Wignell, at the Three Crowns in Cannon Street Kendal, 2 August, 1714

[579] To: Mr. John Wignell, at the Three Crowns in Cannon Street, London Kendal, 11 December, 1712

[992] To: Mr. John Wignell, at the Three Crowns in Cannon Street, London Kendal, 2 August, 1714

[991] To: Mr. John Wignell, at the Three Crowns in Cannon Street, London Kendal, 2 August, 1714

[994] To: Mr. John Wignell, at the Three Crowns in Cannon Street, London Kendal, 2 August, 1714

John Cannon. Samuel Johnson and the Politics of Hanoverian England. New York: Clarendon Press of Oxford University Press. 1994. Pp. vii, 326. $59.00

The Chronicles of John Cannon: Excise Officer and Writing Master, Part 1: 1684–1733 (Somerset, Oxfordshire, Berkshire); Part 2: 1734–1743 (Somerset), ed. John Money

Biography Database 1680–1830 on CD-ROM. Directed by John Cannon and Frank Robinson (England: Avero Publications Ltd. 1995. Personal Research Edition, Disk 1: $125.00)

Records of Social and Economic History: New Series, Vol. 43: The Chronicles of John Cannon, Excise Officer and Writing Master, Vol. 2: 1734–1743 (Somerset)

Records of Social and Economic History: New Series, Vol. 43: The Chronicles of John Cannon, Excise Officer and Writing Master, Vol. 1: 1684–1733 (Somerset, Oxfordshire, Berkshire)

 
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