A Catalogue of the Printed Books in the Library of the Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume 1

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Page 20 - THE ORIGIN AND PROGRESS OF WRITING, as well Hieroglyphic as Elementary, Illustrated by Engravings taken from Marbles, Manuscripts, and Charters, Ancient and Modern ; also Some Account of the Origin and Progress of Printing.
Page 148 - Formulare Anglicanum : or a Collection of Ancient Charters and Instruments of Divers Kinds, taken from the Originals, Placed under several Heads, and Deduced (in a Series according to the Order of Time) from the Norman Conquest to the End of the Reign of King Henry the VIII.
Page 79 - PASTON LETTERS. ORIGINAL LETTERS, written during the Reigns of Henry VI., Edward IV., and Richard III., by various Persons of Rank or Consequence.
Page 68 - A Law Dictionary ; or the Interpreter of Words and Terms, Used either in the Common or Statute Laws of that part of Great Britain call'd England ; and In Tenures and Jocular Customs ; First published by the Learned Dr.
Page 186 - An ESSAY on MEDALS ; or an Introduction to the Knowledge of Ancient and Modern Coins and Medals, especially those of Greece, Rome, and Britain.
Page 164 - AngKcaiue ; or, an Essay towards deducing a regular Succession of all the principal Dignitaries in each Cathedral, Collegiate Church, or Chapel (now in being), in those Parts of Great Britain called England and Wales, from the first Erection thereof to...
Page 14 - England, from the death of Henry VIII. to the accession of James VI., of Scotland, to the crown of England. Being a continuation of Dr. Henry's history of Great Britain, and written on the same plan.
Page 128 - Chronicles of England, France, Spain, and the adjoining Countries, from the latter part of the Reign of Edward II. to the Coronation of Henry IV.
Page 202 - Mona Antiqua Restaurata : An Archaeological Discourse on the Antiquities, Natural and Historical, of the Isle of Anglesey, the antient seat of the British Druids.

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