REV. RICHARD WARNER, (1763–1857), antiquary
Revd Joseph Hunter, the Unitarian minister of Bath and a fellow antiquary, observed that ‘he was deep in no subject. He had read little, made no particular preparations for publication, and began to read in a subject only when he had previously determined to publish upon it’ (BL, Add. MS 26527, fol. 134). In the DNB Michael Hicks observes that 'his histories of Bath and Glastonbury were useful compilations, but they left their subjects as Warner had found them.'
AN HISTORY OF THE
Abbey of Glaston;
AND OF THE TOWN OF GLASTONBURY
BY THE REV. RICHARD WARNER,
RECTOR OF GREAT CHALFIELD, WILTS; VICAR OF TIMBERSCOMBE, SOMERSET; HONORARY MEMBER OF THE IMPERIAL CESAREAN SOCIETY OF NATURAL HISTORY, MOSCOW ; AND OF THE DUTCH SOCIETY OF SCIENCES, HAARLEM.
BATH: PRINTED BY RICHARD CRUTTWELL, ST. JAMES'S-STREET. MDCCCXXVI.
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