See also:antiquary, was
See also:born in 'Soo . He was educated at
See also:Edward's school,
See also:Birmingham, and at Caius
See also:College, Cambridge, where he graduated as
See also:eleventh wrangler, subsequently becoming a
See also:fellow of his college . Called to the
See also:bar in 1828, 11e devoted himself, after some years of legal practice, to antiquarian and
See also:research . In 1838 he published his exhaustive
See also:History of English Rhythms . He also wrote a very large number of papers on
See also:British history, which, together with a mass of fresh material for a history of early Britain, were published posthumously under the editorship of Dr Stubbs under the title Origines Celticae (1883) . In 1852
See also:Guest was elected
See also:master of Caius College, becoming LL.D. in the following
See also:year, and in 1854–1855 he was
See also:vice-chancellor of Cambridge University . Guest was a fellow of the Royal Society, and an honorary member of the Society of Antiquaries . He died on the 23rd of
See also:November 1880 .
GUEST (a word common to Teutonic languages; cf. Ger...
JEAN ETIENNE GUETTARD (1715–1786)
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