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18th century APPARATUS ART DEPARTMENT ART EXHIBITS Barran birds blue border BOTTLE Bridlington BRONZE Canon Greenwell CARVED CLOTHS Collection colours CONTRIBUTED COVER CUP AND SAUCER Davis decorations DESIGNS DISH Ditto EARLY Edward ENAMELLED ENGINE English figures FLINT flowers FOUR French Gallery GEORGE GLASS gold Gott green ground Hall HAMMER handle HEAD Henry IMPROVED inches India-Rubber Institute IRON Italy James John Holmes LADIES LANDSCAPE Lane LARGE LEATHER leaves Leeds Liverpool London MACHINE MACHINERY Manufacturers Marked Messrs Mills MODEL Museum North ornamented painted painted with flowers PAIR PATENT perforated pieces Place PLATE PORTRAIT Price Printed relief Rhodes Road Roberts Robinson ROMAN SCENE shape Silk silver SMALL Smith South Kensington SPECIMENS STAND stations STEAM STONE Street subjects Taylor THOMAS THREE various VASE VESSEL ware WATER Waterproof Wedderburn WOOD York Yorkshire
Page 232 - Biblia — the Bible, that is, the Holy Scripture of the Olde and New Testament faithfully and truly translated out of Douche and Latyn in to Englishe.
Page 232 - The Holy Bible, Conteyning the Old Testament, and the New : Newly Translated out of the Originall tongues : and with the former Translations diligently compared and revised, by his Maiesties special! Comandement. Appointed to be read in churches.
Page 6 - J. & P. COATS' EXTRA GLACE COTTON. This Cotton, being greatly improved- in quality and finish, will be found unsurpassed for Machine or Hand Sewing. On Reels, 100, 200, or 500 yards. J. & P. COATS' CROCHET OR TATTING COTTON, In Skeins or on Reels, of the finest quality.
Page 247 - Sacred vestment of the Aboona, or high priest of Abyssinia. The upper part, or hood, of white linen embroidered in gold and coloured thread, with inscriptions, crosses, and the figures of two angels (the archangels Michael and Gabriel...
Page 241 - A string of one hundred and thirteen ; amber, coloured claj-, ribbed and variegated glass. 1204.-70. BEADS. A string of sixty-eight ; amber, coloured clay, ribbed and variegated glass, some cast in threes and fours.
Page 245 - NECK ORNAMENT. Silver. Knot of branched openwork, from which hangs a Holy Dove bearing a branch ; the whole set with white and coloured stones. Old French (Rouen].
Page 241 - FIBULA. Bronze. Circular, set alternately with garnets and blue glass, in the centre a small garnet in a white paste, or mother-o'-pearl, which has decayed.
Page 241 - ... fifty ; amber, coloured clay, and variegated glass. ' 1201.-70. BEADS. A string of ninety-two ; glass, cast in threes and fours, between cylindrical tubes of blue opaque glass. 1202.-70. BEADS. A string of forty-four ; amethystine quartz, between smaller ones of green, blue, and yellow glass.
Page 247 - Burnoos." Embroidered silk ; intended by King Theodore to be sent with an embassy to England as a present to Her Majesty.
Page 241 - 70. FIBULA. Silver-gilt. Circular, set with three garnets and a white paste, and a minute garnet in the centre. Anglo-Saxon. 1044. — '70. FIBULA. Silver-gilt. Circular, with iron acus, the surface set with garnets and a white paste, disposed triangularly round a circular eel I set with paste.