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HIGGINS (ALFRED). On the work of Florentine sculptors in England in the early part of the 16th century with special reference to the tombs of Cardinal Wolsey and King Henry VIII. Arch. Jour. li. 129-220, 367-370.

HILL (W. E.). Discovery of Roman coins at Simonswood in the parish of Kirkby, Lancashire. Trans. Lanc. and Chesh. Hist. Soc. N.S. vii. and viii. 324-5.

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