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Alfred John Kempe
(c. 1785 – 1846)
English antiquary
Alfred John Kempe

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  • The Battle of Trafalgar, an Ode (1806)
  • "An Investigation of the Antiquities of Holwood Hill", which originally appeared in the Military Register, volume 1 (1814), and was appended to John Dunkin's Outlines of the History and Antiquities of Bromley in Kent (1815)
  • The Monumental Effigies of Great Britain, with Charles Alfred Stothard (1811–32)
  • Historical Notices of Collegiate Church of St. Martin-le-Grand, London. With Observations on the different kinds of Sanctuary formerly recognised by the common Law (1825)
  • Proceedings at Meeting for Preservation of Lady Chapel at St. Saviour's, Southwark, 28 Jan. 1832. Preface signed A. J. K.
  • The Loseley Manuscripts. Preserved in Muniment Room of James More Molyneux at Loseley House, Surrey. Edited, with Notes (1836)
  • A Few Words to Tradesmen and Public on the desirableness ... of abridging the Number of Hours of Business (1842)

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