Anthony Hall 1679-1723
Anthony HALL 1679-1723
Son of Henry Hall of Kirkbride, Cumberland. Attended Carlisle grammar school before matriculating at Queen's College, Oxford in 1698. BA 1701, MA 1704, fellow 1706. Shortly after gaining his MA, Hall began work as an antiquarian editor, publishing a number of editions of original manuscripts, including John Leland's Commentarii de scriptoribus Britannicis. In 1720 he became rector of Hampton Poyle, Oxfordshire. DD 1721.
Hall's books were sold at retail sale in London from 25 April 1726. The sale was advertised in the Daily Post.
- Alston, R. C., Inventory of sale catalogues ... 1676-1800, St Philip, 2010.
- Bibliotheca Reverendi clarissimique antiquarii D. Antonii Hall, ... Being a catalogue of the library of that famous antiquary Anthony Hall, [London, 1726] ESTC T62842.
- Harmsen, Theodor. "Hall, Anthony (1679–1723), antiquary." Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.