John Tracy Atkyns (also known as John Tracy Atkins, John Tracy, John Tracy Atkins, John Tracy)

John Tracy Atkyns, Esquire, Cursitor Baron of His Majesty's Court of Exchequer, was a lawyer active in the 18th century. Atkyns is particularly noted for his Iter Boreale, a written account of his travels to Castle Howard, and other estates in the north of England, in 1732.

Sources:

Atkyns, John Tracy, 'Iter Boreale or the Northern Expedition', Yale Center for British Art, MS Atkyns 1, folios 15-26.

Further Reading:

National Archives, Access to Archives, Sudeley Manuscripts, D2153 < http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/A2A/records.aspx?cat=040-d2153&cid=-1&Gsm=2008-06-18 > [accessed 17 October 2008]

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