- Bateman's 'Great Landowners' (1883)
FRGS(1839-1910) published the fourth edition of his "The Great Landowners of Great Britain and Ireland, A list of all owners of Three thousand acres and upwards, worth £3,000 a year; Also, one thousand three hundred owners of Two thousand acres and upwards, in England, Scotland, Ireland, & Wales, their acerage and income from Land, Culled from 'THE MODERN DOMESDAY BOOK"', in 1883, under the Harrison imprint. It first appeared in 1876 as The Acre-Ocracy of England.
This was republished in 1971 by the Leicester University Press, New York. It used text from the 1883 edition (the fourth and last), and had an introduction by David Spring.
The entries included:
Henry Brand, 1st Viscount HampdenD
George Warren, 2nd Baron de Tabley
William Cavendish, 7th Duke of DevonshireM
John George Dodson, 1st Baron Monk BrettonS
John Francis Charles, 7th Count de Salis-Soglio
John Spencer, 5th Earl Spencer
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