Bradshaw, Henry, 1831–86, English librarian and antiquarian at Cambridge. He discovered, organized, and made known the university's treasures of manuscripts and incunabula, especially those in Gaelic—the Book of Deer and old Celtic glossaries—and the early Waldensian records in the Piedmont MSS. He was dean of King's College from 1857 to 1865.
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