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AN APPENDIX TO THE
“RECORDS OF YORK CASTLE.”
CAPT. A. W. TWYFORD, F.R.G.S.,
Gov. H.M. Prison, York Castle.
“ Yorke's not so great as old Yorke was of yore,
Yet Yorke it is, though wasted to the core ;
BAINE'S “ York," 1623.
GRIFFITH AND FARRAN,
(Successors to Newbery and Harris,)
RT. HON. LORD HOUGHTON, D.C.L., F.R.G.S.,
RAGO ascribes his success to words written by
D'Alembert, which he read on the paper cover of
his first book, at a time when he was greatly discouraged by its then non-success. They were, “Go on, sir ; go on! The difficulties you meet will dissolve themselves as you advance. Proceed, and light will dawn, and shine with increased clearness on your path.” " That maxim," says Arago, was my greatest master in mathematics," and following out those simple words did indeed make him the first astronomical mathematician of his age. In my
humble way I hope to be encouraged to “go on," and gain support in bringing back to light some ancient landmarks in a modern form.
A. W. TWYFORD, F.R.G.S.
Governor, York Castle.
20th Fune, 1883.
Lucius Severus visited York about A.D. 207, and died there 211.
Protestants. Sir Thomas Herbert, 1606— 1681. He took an active part in the civil
Buried in St. Crux, Pavement. Thomas Calvert, 1670, an eminent Puritan, one of the four ministers
appointed to preach in the Minster during the Commonwealth. He
is buried in All Saints', Pavement. Francis Drake, 1730. Thomas Gent, 1730—1778. John Flaxman, born 1755, died 1826. Lindley Murray resided at Holgate. Died 1826. Dr. Stephen Beckwith died 1842. The great William Etty, R.A., Rev. C. Wellbeloved, William Venables,
Vernon Harcourt, Robert Davies, and Rev. J. Kenrick, are all well known by the fruits of their acts to the people now living.