The Librarian; Being an Account of Scarce, Valuable, and Useful English Books, Manuscript Libraries, Public Records, &c. &c, Volumes 1-4

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James Savage
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Page 100 - Imitations of original Drawings by Hans Holbein, in the Collection of His Majesty, for the Portraits of Illustrious Persons of the Court of Henry VIII. with biographical Tracts. Published by John Chamberlaine, Keeper of the King's Drawings and Medals.
Page 246 - EBORACUM : Or the History and Antiquities of the City of York, from its Original to the present Times. Together with the History of the Cathedral Church, and the Lives of the Archbishops...
Page 13 - ... of the one linage and of the other, beginnyng at the tyme of Kyng Henry the Fowerth, the first aucthor of this deuision, and so successuiuely proceadyng to the reigne of the high and prudent prince Kyng Henry the Eight, the undubitate flower and very heire of both the sayd linages.
Page 38 - Suetonius, and Claudian. Of these he formed one book, illuminating the initials, and forming the brazen bosses of the covers with his own hands.
Page 13 - Princes, bothe of the one linage and of the other, beginnyng at the tyme of kyng Henry the fowerth the first aucthor of this devision, and so successively proceadyng to the reigne of the high and prudent prince kyng Henry the eight, the undubitate flower and very heire of both the sayd linages 1548 [Colophon:] Londini In Officina Richardi Graftoni typis Impress.
Page 239 - The Grounds, on which the Church of England separated from the Church of Rome re-considered, in a View of the Romish Doctrine of the Eucharist ; with an Explanation of the Antepenultimate Answer in the Church Catechism.
Page 283 - The pylorus was very narrow, but without disease. To none of these circumstances do we attach any consequence, as they do not appear to have had any share in producing death. "The heart was sound, and the pericardium contained the usual quantity of lymph. "The left lung had many adhesions to the pleura, and bore visible marks of former inflammation. The right lung was in a perfectly sound state.
Page 216 - Tome of an exact Chronological Vindication and Historical Demonstration of our British, Roman, Saxon, Danish, Norman, English Kings...
Page 268 - ... marble or the building itself. For this purpose he had projected to have procured from Italy four of the most eminent artists in that profession; but as this art was a great novelty in England, and not generally apprehended, it did not receive the encouragement it deserved. It was imagined also that the expense would prove too great, and the time very long in the execution.
Page 98 - For appointing Commissioners to inquire into the fees, gratuities, perquisites, and emoluments which are or lately have been received in the several public offices to be therein mentioned; to examine into any abuses which may exist in the same; and to report such observations as shall occur to them for the better concluding and managing the business transacted in the said offices.

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