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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.


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 < > [accessed 17 October 2008]

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