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Archaeologia or Miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity, Published by the Society of Antiquities of London, Vol. XVIII (18). 1817
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Archaeologia or Miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity, Published by the Society of Antiquities of London, Vol. XVIII (18). 1817

By Taylor Combe, Francis Cohen, Henry Ellis, J J Conybeare, Francis Douce, Samuel Lysons, etc

Society of Antiquaries of London; Printed by Bensley & Son, London, 1817. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Brown leather covers re-spined with red leather, raised bands and black leather spine labels, gilt lettering on spine, gilt decoration on edges, decoration on upper, lower and inner edges on newer leather has been matched with existing decoration. Corners of covers are scuffed and edges have light wear. Damage to surface at base of spine from adhesive label. Marbled end-papers and text block edges. Sound binding. Contents include: I. Collection of Pennies of Henry II discovered at Tealby, Lincolnshire by Taylor Combe; II. On the Word Procter, Richard Watts, will, by Francis Cohen; III. History and Use of seals in England by Henry Ellis; IV. Two English poems of the time of Richard II by J J Conybeare; V. Letter containing account of Reception of Charles Prince of Wales 1641 and the appointment of Sir Ralph Hare to be one of the hostages of Scotland 1646 by Sir George Nayler; VI. A Tract relating to the espousals and marriage of Mary daughter of King Henry VII by Henry Ellis; VII. Seal belonging to the Abbey of Wilton by Francis Douce; VIII. On "St. Martin's Rings" by F Cohen; IX. Letter from Cardinal Wolsey immediately upon his disgrace by H Ellis; X. Letter from W E Rouse Boughton respecting Egyptian Antiquities; XI. "Summary of Matters to be Concluded" in handwriting of Edward VI by H Ellis; XII. Letter from Archbishop Cranmer relating to Catharine of Aragon and Anne Boleyn by H Ellis; XIII. Monumental Inscription in the Parish Church of Landulph, Cornwall by Vyvyan Jago; XIV. Antiquity and Introduction of Surname into England by James H Markland; XV. Remains of several Roman buildings and antiquities discovered in Gloucestershire by Samuel Lysons; XVI. Proceedings of Privy Council 1545 to 1558 by H Ellis; XVII. Sepulchral monuments in Italy and France by T Kerrich; XVIII. Entry on the Clause Roll 31 Henry VI relating to the Bell-Savage Inn by S Lysons; XIX. Saxon Antiquities found near Lancaster by T Combe; XX. Remains of a Roman Villa discovered at Bignor, Sussex in 1811 to 1815 by S Lysons; XXI. Colours found on the walls of the Roman House discovered at Bignor by Sir Humphrey Davy; XXII. Authenticated copy of the Will of James II with inventory of goods and chattels by Edmund Ferrers; XXIII. Queen Elizabeth's Remarks on the Conduct of those who pressed her to name a Successor to the Crown in 1566 by H Ellis; XXIV. Topography of Ancient Babylon suggested by discoveries of Claudius James Rich by Major Rennell; XXV. Gog and Magog as mentioned in Genesis, Ezekiel etc. by Stephen Weston; XXVI. Coin of the Emperor Vitalian by Weston; XXVII. Two Letters preserved among the Landsdowne manuscripts by Lady Jane Grey and Queen Elizabeth by Ellis; XXVIII. Discovery of part of a Sarcophagus and Reading Abbey supposed to have contained the remains of Henry I by Robert Nares; XXIX. Regulations framed in the reign of Richard II for government of Tower of London by Ellis; XXX. Customs in husbandry in time of Richard II by William Bray; XXXI. Sir Martin Frobisher's instructions when going on a voyage to the north west parts and Cathay to Queen Elizabeth by Ellis; XXXII. Letter to the Mayor and Jurats of Winchelsea 1609 by Bray; XXXIII. Charges of certain prisoners in the Tower to Henry VIII by Ellis; XXXIV. Instructions for the survey of Church Goods 1552 by John Caley; XXXV. Various views on the place where the Ark of Noah rested by Weston; XXXVI. Ancient Gold Ring found in Coventry Park 1802 by Thomas Sharpe; XXXVII. Origin, antiquity, use and advantage of cufic coins by Weston; XXXVIII. Christmas Diversions formerly given by the Lord of Misrule and on the King's Office of Revels, Losely near Guildford by Bray; XXXIX. Copy of appointment of a Lord of Misrule by Bray; XL. Origin of the principal features of decorative architecture by Samuel Ware; XLI. Celtic remains discovered by the Public Road from to London to Cambridge near Sawston by Clarke; XLII. A Coin of Basilis, a city in Arcadia by Combe; XLIII. Letters of James I to Sir George More respecting the trial of the Earl of Somerset by Bray; XLIV The Bayeux Tapestry by Hudson Gurney; XLV. Engraved Gems brought from Babylon to England by Abraham Lockett by John Landseer; XLVI. Ancient Constitution, Discipline and Usages of the Cathedral Church of Exeter by John Jones. Single volume of set or series. Contains many single plates and also fold-out plates. No dust jacket, as published. Stamps for Halifax Antiquarian Society and "Withdrawn" stamp on front end-papers and prelims. Pages of main text and plates (including reverse of plates) are free from stamps. Hand-written reference numbers on end-papers.. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 40119011032.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

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Archaeologia or Miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity, Published by the Society of Antiquities of London, Vol. XII (12). 1796
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Archaeologia or Miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity, Published by the Society of Antiquities of London, Vol. XII (12). 1796

By Hayman Rooke, Samuel Denne, Mr Astle, Francis Douce, Mr Wrighte, Craven Ord, etc

Society of Antiquaries of London; Printed by J Nichols, London, 1796. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Brown leather covers re-spined with red leather, raised bands and black leather spine labels, gilt lettering on spine, gilt decoration on edges, decoration on upper, lower and inner edges on newer leather has been matched with existing decoration. Corners of covers are scuffed and edges have light wear. Damage to surface at base of spine from adhesive label. Marbled end-papers and text block edges. Sound binding. Contents include: I. Antiquities discovered in Derbyshire by Hayman Rooke; II. Roman Antiquities at Bradburn in Derbyshire by Rooke; III. Figures carved in stone on the porch of Chalke Church by Sammuel Denne; IV. Tenures, Customs etc. of Mr Astle's Manor of Great Tey by Mr Astle; V. Druidical Remains i nDerbyshire by Frederick Montague; VI. Life and Writings of Robert Wace, Anglo-Norman poet of the 12th Century; VII. Expense of the Royal Household in the Reigns of Henry VII, Henry VIII, Elizabeth I etc; VIII. Proclamation for dividing certain Lordships and Towns to be annexed and knit into divers Shires near the Marches of Wales from 20th year of reign of Henry VIII by Mr Wrighte; IX. A Carving in the Church of Long Melford by Craven Ord; X. Roman Sepulture lately found in Lincolnshire by Sir Joseph Banks; XI. Notices relating to Llanvetherine in Monmouthshire by Wrighte; XII. A Triple Stone Seat at Upchurch in Kent by Mr Denne; XIII. Sepulchral Monuments discovered at Lincoln by John Carter; XIV. Paper Marks by Samuel Denne; XV. History of the Venta Icenorum of the Romans and of Norwich Castle with remarks on Anglo-Saxon and Norman Architecture by William Wilkins; XVI. Several Gardens near London from December 1691 (Hampton Court, Kensington, etc.) by Dr Hamilton; XVII. Inscription from the Tower of London by George Nayler; XVIII. A Calander in the possession of Francis Douce; XIX. Reliefs on the Font at Thorpe Salvin in Yorkshire by Mr Holden; XX. Reliefs at Thorpe Salvin by Francis Douce; XXI. The Hospital of St Margaret at Pilton in Devonshire by Benjamin Incledon; XXII. Ornaments of Female Dress by Francis Douce; XXIII. Extracts from The Life of Mr Phineas Pette, Shipwright to James I by Samuel Denne; XXIV. Lives and Writings of various Anglo-Norman poets of the 12th Century by Abbe de la Rue; XXV. Discoveries in a Barrow in Derbyshire by Hayman Rooke; XXVI. A Tabel from the Arundelian Collection; XXVII. The Accompte of Sir Edwarde Waldegrave, Knight, Privy Council, Master of the Queens Warerobe, receipts of clothes, velvets, silks etc. by Craven Ord; XXVIII. The Pusey Horn by Jacob Earl of Radnor. Contains black and white plates. No dust jacket, as published. Stamps for Halifax Antiquarian Society and "Withdrawn" stamp on front end-papers and prelims. Pages of main text and plates (including reverse of plates) are free from stamps. Hand-written reference numbers on end-papers.. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 40119011038.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

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Archaeologia or Miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity, Published by the Society of Antiquities of London, Vol. XV (15). 1806
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Archaeologia or Miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity, Published by the Society of Antiquities of London, Vol. XV (15). 1806

By William Bray, Sir Joseph Banks, Taylor Combe, Francis Douce, Samuel Lysons, etc

Society of Antiquaries of London; Printed by T Bensley, London, 1806. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Brown leather covers re-spined with red leather, raised bands and black leather spine labels, gilt lettering on spine, gilt decoration on edges, decoration on upper, lower and inner edges on newer leather has been matched with existing decoration. Corners of covers are scuffed and edges have light wear. Damage to surface at base of spine from adhesive label. Marbled end-papers and text block edges. Sound binding. Contents include: I The Diet and particular Fare of Charles I when Duke of York by Edmund Turner; II Revenue, Expenses and Jewels of Prince Henry by William Bray; III Mr Henry Yelverton restored to the King’s favour in 1609 by James Cumming IV The Names of his Majesties (James I) Shipps, with the numbers of men and furniture etc. by John Brand; V Greek Inscription on Pompey’s Pillar by W M Leake and John Squire; VI The Entertainment of Henry VI at the Abbey of Bury St. Edmund’s by Craven Ord; VII “A true Collection as well of all the Kinges Majesties Offices and Fees in any of the Courtes at Westminster…” by Sir Joseph Banks; VIII An Abbey of Nuns formerly situated in the Street now called the Minories in Middlesex by Henry Fly; IX Ancient Rolls of Papyrus discovered at Herculaneum by Henry Grey Bennett; X Antiquities discovered in Cornwall by Malachy Hitchins; XI Account of Tumuli opened in Wiltshire by William Cunnington; XII Death-Warrant of Humphrey Littleton by T R Nash; XIII The Italian Game of Minchiate by Robert Smith; XIV The Ruins of Carthage and of Udena in Barbury by John Jackson; XV Book of Accounts entitled “Le Livre des Acconts pour Chevalier Jean Franklyn en fon Maison au Wilsden” belonging to Sir John Chardin Musgrave; XVI An Indenture between Edward IV and William Lord Hastings in 1469 by Taylor Combe; XVII The ancient inhabitants, Roman stations and Roman roads in and near Berkshire by Henry Beeke; XVIII Trial and Ordeal in England by Robert Studley Vidal; XIX Kenwith or Kenwic Castle in Devonshire by Vidal; XX Charter of Exemption from the Forest Laws granted by Henry III to Stephen de Segrave; XXI Ceremony of the Feast of Fools and Sculptured Girdle worn at its Celebration by Francis Douce; XXII Memoir on the Vicissitudes of the Principality of Antioch during the Crusades by F Damaini; XXIII Manuscript concerning the Manor of Paddington in Middlesex by William Vincent; XXIV Inventory and Appraisement of the Plate in the lower Jewel House of the Tower, 1649 by John Brand; XXV The Monument in Canterbury Cathedral called the Tomb of Theobald and two inscriptions on lead discovered by Henry Boys; XXVI Discovery and Interment of the Heart of Arthur Lord Capel by Anthony Hamilton; XXVII Engraved Brass Plate from Netley Abbey by John Latham; XXVIII Ancient Sculptures and Inscriptions on two pillars in the Abbey Church of Rumsey by William Latham; XXIX The Dormitory of the Cathedral Monastery of Norwich by F Sayers; XXX Fortresses of Ancient Greece by William Hamilton; XXXI and XXXII Remains of the Dormitory at Norwich continued; XXXIII Tumuli in Wiltshire continued by William Cunnington; XXXIV Writs from Edward I to the Chief Justice of Chester and the Bishop of Carlisle on occasion of the marriage of the Kings eldest daughter by Samuel Lysons; XXXV Rotulus Familiae in the 18th year of the reign Edward I by Lysons; XXXVI and XXXVII and XXXVIII Remains of Gothic Architecture in Italy and Sicily by Robert Smirke; XXXIX Seals of the Bailiffs of the Liberty of Bridgnorth by Francis Townsend. Contains black and white plates. No dust jacket, as published. Stamps for Halifax Antiquarian Society and "Withdrawn" stamp on front end-papers and prelims. Pages of main text and plates (including reverse of plates) are free from stamps. Hand-written reference numbers on end-papers.. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 40119011035.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

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Archaeologia or Miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity, Published by the Society of Antiquities of London, Vol. XVI (16). 1812
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Archaeologia or Miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity, Published by the Society of Antiquities of London, Vol. XVI (16). 1812

By Samuel Lysons, Stephen Westen, William Illingworth, Henry Ellis, etc

Society of Antiquaries of London; Printed by T Bensley, London, 1812. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Brown leather covers re-spined with red leather, raised bands and black leather spine labels, gilt lettering on spine, gilt decoration on edges, decoration on upper, lower and inner edges on newer leather has been matched with existing decoration. Corners of covers are scuffed and edges have light wear. Damage to surface at base of spine from adhesive label. Marbled end-papers and text block edges. Sound binding. Contents include: I Missive from Edward IV to Thomas Stoner by Samuel Lysons; II Three remarkable Petitions to Henry VI containing Accounts of Robes for the Royal Colleges of Our Lady of Eton, and of our Lady and St. Nicholas of Cambridge by Lysons; III Three unpublished Greek Coins by Stephen Weston; IV A Greek Coin of Lybia by Samuel Barnardiston Howes; V Ancient Manuscript of St. John’s Gospel by John Milner; VI Minute of Council for Preparations for the Funeral of Queen Catherine, the divorced Wife of Henry VIII by William Illingworth; VII Survey of the Priory of St. Helen’s in London, taken in the 23rd year of Henry VIII by J P Malcolm; VIII Roll of the Expenses of Edward I at Rhuddlan Castle, in Wales by Lysons; IX Libel against Archbishop Neville, temp. Richard II and Draft of an Indenture of Covenants for the erecting of a Monument to Henry VIII by Peter Torrigiano, by Illingworth; X Ancient Coins of Atusa by Weston; XI Five Curious Writs of Privy Seal by Craven Ord; XII Origins of the Inhabitants of the British Islands by Samuel Greatheed; XIII Inventory of Articles delivered out of the Armory at the Tower from Schedule to a Writ of Privy Seal, Anno 33 Henry VI by Lysons; XIV Roman Antiquities discovered at Caerhun in Caernarvonshire by Lysons; XV Antique Persian Gem by Weston; XVI Antiquities discovered in Cornwall in 1793 by Reginald Pole Carew; XVII Two extracts from Hardynge’s Chronicle from the Harleian Manuscripts by Henry Ellis; XVIII Observations on the Situation of Camulodunum by Thomas Walford; XIX A Silver Tetradacm with Siculo-Punic Characters by Weston; XX Swans on the River Witham in the County of Lincoln by Sir Joseph Banks; XXI The Trial of the Pix by Roger Ruding; XXII Egyptian Papyrus and the Mode adopted for the unfolding a Roll of the same by William Hamilton; XXIII An inedited Coin of Alexander the Great by Weston; XXIV Letter from Henry VIII to Sir Nicholas Carew, Dr Sampson and Dr Benet, Indenture between Henry VIII and Sir Gilbert Talbot, Sir Walter Raleigh’s Account of the Voyage to Guiana and letter from Charles I to 1st Earl of Nottingham by Francis Stone; XXV Ancient Date at Colchester and the Bottoms of Escutcheons or Shields by John Adey Repton; XXVI Memoire sur un Aqueduc Romain decouverte a Antibes by Lysons; XXVII An Account of the Rosetta Stone brought to England in 1802 by Major General Tomkyns Hilgrove Turner; XXVIII A Cromleach in the County of Kilkenny by Joseph Finegan; XXIX A curious coin, not described by the Writers on Gadir by Weston; XXX Unique Coin of Edessa by Weston; XXXI Rare Samaritan Coin struck at Azoth Segol by Weston; XXXII Coin struck at Cyparissia by Weston; XXXIII Certificate of the Marquis of Winchester, and of the Earl of Leicester concerning the Hearse of Lady Catherine Knowles by Nicholas Carlisle; XXXIV Gothic Buildings abroad, particularly Italy by T Kerrich; XXXV The Position of the Alien Cell of Begare, and of Halywell upon Watling Street by Carlisle; XXXVI Insurrection in the County of York in 1536 by Edmund Lodge; XXXVII Specimens of Fonts by Repton; XXXVIII Five Maces discovered at the Capture of the Fort at Agra in the East Indies by Anthony Carlisle; XXXIX Roman Vault discovered in the Suburbs of York by Banks; XL Font in the Church of South Kilvington by Robert Darley Waddilove; XLI An Ancient Horn and an elaborate Piece of Carving in Ivory exhibited by Rev. Cooke; XLII Antiquities discovered on Hagborn-Hill by Ebenezer King; XLIII An ancient Pitcher discovered in Lismahago by Robert Blair; XLIV A Golden Rod found near Ballycastle in the County of Antrim by John Alexander McNaghton; XLV The Opening of a Great Barrow at Stow-Heath near Aylsham in Norfolk in 1808 by Repton. Contains black and white plates. No dust jacket, as published. Stamps for Halifax Antiquarian Society and "Withdrawn" stamp on front end-papers and prelims. Pages of main text and plates (including reverse of plates) are free from stamps. Hand-written reference numbers on end-papers.. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 40119011034.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

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Archaeologia or Miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity, Published by the Society of Antiquities of London, Vol. XVII (17). 1814
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Archaeologia or Miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity, Published by the Society of Antiquities of London, Vol. XVII (17). 1814

By George Saunders, Samuel Ware, Francis Douce, Stephen Weston, Henry Ellis, J J Conybeare, etc

Society of Antiquaries of London; Printed by T Bensley, London, 1814. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Brown leather covers re-spined with red leather, raised bands and black leather spine labels, gilt lettering on spine, gilt decoration on edges, decoration on upper, lower and inner edges on newer leather has been matched with existing decoration. Corners of covers are scuffed and edges have light wear. Damage to surface at base of spine from adhesive label. Marbled end-papers and text block edges. Sound binding. Contents include: I. Origin of Gothic architecture by George Saunders; II. Mitre and Crosier, part of an ancient Pontificalia of the See of Limerick by J Milner; III. Vaults by Samuel Ware; IV. Translation of memoir on Bayeaux Tapestry by Abbe de la Rue by Francis Douce; V. Charles I warrant to Admiral Pennington to deliver the fleet to the French by George Duckett; VI. Antique Bacchanalian cup by Stephen Weston; VII A Piece of Antiquity found at Selborne, Hampshire on estate of John White by Douce; VIII. An inscription mentioned it the statistical survey of the County of Kilkenny by W Tighe; IX. Ancient Marriage Customs by Douce; X. History and description of Ripon Minster by Robert Darley Waddilove; XI. Ancient Words at present used in the mountainous district of the West Riding of Yorkshire by Robert Willan; XII. Roman remains near Llandrindod by Thomas Price & Nicholas Carlisle; XIII. Inedited fragment of Anglo-Saxon Poetry by J J Conybeare; XIV. Bronze figure found at Richborough in Kent representing a Roman Soldier Playing on the Bagpipes by Weston; XV. Saxon manuscript preserved in the Cathedral Library at Exeter by Conybeare; XVI. Exeter Manuscript continued; XVII. Anglo-Saxon paraphrase of the phoenix attributed to Lactantius contained in Exeter Manuscript; XVIII. Register of Persons who sought sanctuary at St John of Beverley in Yorkshire from the Harlaeian Manuscripts by Henry Ellis; XIX. Memoir on Norham Castle in time of Henry VIII; XX. Memoir on the Office of Cuneator by Rogers Ruding; XXI. Indenture of Retainer relating to the expedition against France in 19th Year of Henry VI & letter to Bishop of Bath by Samuel Lysons; XXII. A Coin of Germanicopolis by Weston; XXIII. Instruments called Celts by R P Knight; XXIV. Letter from Edward IV when Earl of March and his brother to their father, Richard Duke of York from Cottam Manuscripts by H Ellis; XXV. Enumeration and explanation of the devices formerly borne as Badges of Cognizance by the House of York; XXVI. Lids of stone coffins discovered in Cambridge Castle 1810 by T Kerrich; XXVII. Roman Altar found in the neighbourhood of Aldston Moor in Cumberland by Weston; XXVIII. Ancient Roll preserved in the Library of the Advocates in Edinburgh by N Carlisle; XXIX. Druidical Remains in the Island of Guernsey by Joshua Gosselin; XXX & XXXI. The Metre of Anglo-Saxon Poetry by Conybeare; XXXII. Three letters from Cottam Manuscripts Vespasian, F Roman XIII by Ellis; XXXIII. Reading Desk of the Abbey Church of Evesham in Worcestershire by Edward Rudge; XXXIV. Papers addressed to James I and Charles I on the subject of the Duke of Buckingham and the Earl of Somerset by Lysons; XXXV. Peaceable Justs or Tiltings of the Middle Ages by Douce; XXXVI. Roll of Purchases for the Tournaments of Windsor Park in the Sixth Year of Edward I; XXXVI. Ancient methods of Conveyance in England by Ellis. Contains black and white plates. No dust jacket, as published. Stamps for Halifax Antiquarian Society and "Withdrawn" stamp on front end-papers and prelims. Pages of main text and plates (including reverse of plates) are free from stamps. Hand-written reference numbers on end-papers.. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 40119011033.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

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Archaeologia or Miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity, Published by the Society of Antiquities of London, Vol. XIII (13). 1800
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Archaeologia or Miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity, Published by the Society of Antiquities of London, Vol. XIII (13). 1800

By Mark Noble, Sir Joseph Banks, Abbe Mann, Monsieur De La Rue, John Brand, Stephen Weston, etc

Society of Antiquaries of London; Printed by T Bensley, London, 1800. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Brown leather covers re-spined with red leather, raised bands and black leather spine labels, gilt lettering on spine, gilt decoration on edges, decoration on upper, lower and inner edges on newer leather has been matched with existing decoration. Corners of covers are scuffed and edges have light wear. Damage to surface at base of spine from adhesive label. Marbled end-papers and text block edges. Sound binding. Contents include: I. Roman Camp in Westphalia by Abbe Mann; II. The life of Cecily Duchess of York daughter of Ralph de Nevil Earl of Westmoreland and Richmond by Mark Noble; III. Gold Medal struck upon the birth of Charles II by Noble; IV. Unpublished gold coin of Charles I by Noble; V. Life of the Royal Navy of England in 1599 by William Latham; VI. The life and writings of Mary, an Anglo-Norman poetess of the 13th Century by Mons. La Rue; VII. Inscriptions discovered on the wall of the Tower of London by John Brand; VIII. Instructions for every Centioner to observe duringe the continuance of the French Fleet upon this Croft... 1586, by William Musgrave; IX. The Fall of some of the stones of Stonehenge by William George Maton; X. and XI. Inscription on a barn in Kent, the Mantle Tree at Helmdon Parsonage in Northamptonshire, etc. by Samuel Denne; XII. Two manuscripts on the most proper method of defence against invasion by Mr Ward Samuel Ayscough. XIII. Manuscript (Harl. MSS. 6844. fol.49) Expedient or Meanes in Want of Money to Pay the Sea and Land Forces... by Fabian Philipps. XIV. Seal of Netley Abbey by John Brand; XV. Seal of the Abbey of Lundores in Scotland by Brand; XVI. Original Instrument dated 25 Nov 1449 concerning the church-yard of St Mary Magdalen in Milk Street, London by Thomas Loggen; XVII. Letter from Elizabeth I to the Earl of Warwick by Peter Renouard; XVIII. Flint Weapons discovered at Hoxne in Suffolk by John Frere; XIX. Antiquities from St. Domingo by Thomas Ryder; XX. Stone Pillars, Crosses and Crucifixes by Thomas Astle; XXI. Mr Townley's Antique Bronze Helmet found at Ribchester in Lancashire by Stephen Weston; XXII. The Griggirrys of the Mandingos by Elliot Arthy; XIII. Lives and Works of several Anglo-Norman Poets of the 13th Century by Mons, De La Rue; XXIV. Chronological Account of the Religious Establishments made by English Catholics in Europe by Abbe Mann; XXV. Parish Register of St. Bennet's, St Paul's Wharf London by Noble; XXVI. Greek Sepulchral Monument in the Possession of Maxwell Garthshore by Taylor Combe; XXVII. The Church of Melbourne in Derbyshire by William Wilkins; XXVIII. The Tomb of King Alfred at Hyde Abbey near Winchester by Henry Howard; XXIX. A Curious Record of Pardon in the Tower of London by Thomas Astle; XXX. A Breviate touching the order and government of a Nobleman's House by Sir Joseph Banks. Contains black and white plates. No dust jacket, as published. Stamps for Halifax Antiquarian Society and "Withdrawn" stamp on front end-papers and prelims. Pages of main text and plates (including reverse of plates) are free from stamps. Hand-written reference numbers on end-papers.. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 40119011036.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

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Archaeologia or Miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity, Published by the Society of Antiquities of London, Vol. XIV (14). 1803
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Archaeologia or Miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity, Published by the Society of Antiquities of London, Vol. XIV (14). 1803

By William Gibson, Taylor Combe, Thomas Walford, Francis Douce, Stephen Weston, William Wilkins, etc

Society of Antiquaries of London; Printed by T Bensley, London, 1803. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Brown leather covers re-spined with red leather, raised bands and black leather spine labels, gilt lettering on spine, gilt decoration on edges, decoration on upper, lower and inner edges on newer leather has been matched with existing decoration. Corners of covers are scuffed and edges have light wear. Damage to surface at base of spine from adhesive label. Marbled end-papers and text block edges. Sound binding. Contents include: I. Burial Urn discovered at Colney in Norfolk by William Gibson; II. A Gimmal Ring by Robert Smith; III. Ancient Symbol of Macedon by Taylor Combe; IV. A Carving over a chimney piece at Speke Hall in Lancashire by Henry John Hinchcliffe; V. Roman Antiquities discovered at Topesfield in Essex by Thomas Walford; VI. Proclamation of Queen Elizabeth concerning the Scarcity of Grain and a letter from her Privy Council to the Sheriff and Justices of Norfolk by Francis Douce; VII. The Second Arundelian Marble by Stephen Weston; VIII. Antiquities discovered at Southfleet in Kent by Peter Rashleigh; IX. Remains of Stone Crofts or Pillars at Hemsby, West Flegg, Norfolk by William Gibson; X. A Brick brought from ancient Babylon, by Nathaniel Hulme; XI. A Roman Military Way in Essex, and Roman Antiquities found near it by Thomas Walford; XII. Letter from Charles II to Colonel Thomas Veel and commissions to raise troops for his service by William Veel; XIII. Ancient Building in Southampton by Sir H C Englefield; XIV. Antiquities found in Somersetshire by Charles Joseph Harford; XV. Antiquities discovered on the Quantock Hills in Somersetshire in 1794 by Harford; XVI. Moulds for crafting Roman coins found at and near Edington in Somerset by J. Poole; XVII. The Prior's Chapel at Ely by William Wilkins; XVIII. Bridekirk Font and Runic Column at Bewcastle in Cumberland by Henry Howard; XIX. Military History of Bristol in the 7th Century with sketches of the Outworksby Edmund Turnor; XX. Unpublished Phoenician Coin by Stephen Weston; XXI. and XXII. Sculptures and Inscriptions in the Abbey Church of Romsey by John Latham and Henry Charles Englefield; XXIII. Tombs in the Abbey Church at Tewkesbury by Samuel Lysons; XXIV. Charter of Inspections remaining among the records of the Tower of London and a Charter of King Edgar respecting the Foundation and Property of the Abbey of Ramesey in Huntingdonshire by William Walcot; XXV. Anachronisins and Inaccuracies of our Writers respecting the Times of the assembling of Parliaments etc. by Thomas Astle; XXVI. and XXVII. Inquiry respecting the early use of Rhime by Sharon Turner; XXVIII. Inscription on a brick from ancient Babylon by Samuel Henley; XXIX. Ancient Welsh Manuscripts by William Owen; XXX. Antiquities at Southfleet continued by Peter Rashleigh; XXXI. Roman Urns discovered in Cornwall and a Cromlech discovered in Madron by Malachi Hitchins; XXXII. The Walls of Constantinople by James Dallaway; XXXIII. Ogmian Hercules of Lucian and the word Ogham by Stephen Weston; XXXIV. Orders made by Henry Prince of Wales respecting his household in 1610 by Francis Douce. Contains black and white plates. No dust jacket, as published. Stamps for Halifax Antiquarian Society and "Withdrawn" stamp on front end-papers and prelims. Pages of main text and plates (including reverse of plates) are free from stamps. Hand-written reference numbers on end-papers.. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 40119011037.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

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Archaeologia or Miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity, Published by the Society of Antiquities of London, Vol. XX (20). 1824
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Archaeologia or Miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity, Published by the Society of Antiquities of London, Vol. XX (20). 1824

By John Webb; Amyot; Markland; Hudson Gurney; Henry Ellis; Rush Meyrick; Lord Stowell; John Bayley etc

Society of Antiquaries of London; Printed by John Nichols and Son, London, 1824. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Brown leather covers re-spined with red leather, raised bands and black leather spine labels, gilt lettering on spine, gilt decoration on edges, decoration on uper, lower and inner edges on newer leather has been matched with existing decoration. Corners of covers are scuffed and edges have light wear. Damage to surface at base of spine from adhesive label. Marbled end-papers and text block edges. Contents include: I. Translation of a French metrical history of the deposition of King Richard II, written by a contemporary, and comprising the period from his last expedition into Ireland to his death by John Webb; II. An Inquiry concerning the death of Richard II by Thomas Amyot; III. Some Remarks on the Early Use of Carriages in England, and on the modes of travelling adopted by our ancestors by J H Markland; IV. Observations on the seal of Ethilwald Bishop of Dunwich, lately discovered at Eye, Suffolk by Hudson Gurney; V. Account of the Tomb of St John Chandos, Knt. A.D. 1370, at Civaux, a hamlet on the Vienne in France by Samuel Rush Meyrick; VI. Remarks on the ancient mode of putting on armour by S Rush Meyrick; VII. Account of the discovery of the Heart of Lord Edward Bruce at Culross in Perthshire by Lord Stowell; VIII. An Account of the First Battle of Saint Albans from a contemporary manuscript by John Bayley; IX. Remarks on the Population of English cities in the time of Edward III by T Amyot; X. Observation upon ancient charity boxes by John Adey Repton; XI. On the use of the Pax in the Roman Catholic Church by John Milner; XII. Remarks on the Gothic Ornaments of the Duomo, Battistero, and Campo Santo of Pisa by Arthur Taylor; XIII. Account of an Ancient Vessel recently found under the old bed of the River Rother in Kent by William McPherson Right; XIV. Description of the remains of Henry of Worcester, Abbot of Evesham, found in the ruins in the abbey church of Evesham, September 10 1822 by Edward Rudge. Single volume of set or series. Contains many black and white illustrations. No dust jacket, as published. Stamps for Halifax Antiquarian Society and "Withdrawn" stamp on front end-papers and prelims. Pages of main text and plates (including reverse of plates) are free from stamps. Hand-written reference numbers on end-papers.. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 40119011010.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

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Archaeologia or Miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity, Published by the Society of Antiquities of London, Vol. XIX (19). 1821
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Archaeologia or Miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity, Published by the Society of Antiquities of London, Vol. XIX (19). 1821

By Luders; Weston; Roger Wilbraham; Henry Ellis; Tay;or Combe; William Bray, Thomas Amyot, Joseph Banks etc

Society of Antiquaries of London; Printed by T Bensley, London, 1821. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Brown leather covers re-spined with red leather, raised bands and black leather spine labels, gilt lettering on spine, gilt decoration on edges, decoration on uper, lower and inner edges on newer leather has been matched with existing decoration. Corners of covers are scuffed and edges have light wear. Damage to surface at base of spine from adhesive label. Marbled end-papers and text block edges. Contents include: I. Of the King's title of Defender of the Faith by Alexander Luders; II. Copy of a Letter from Queen Elizabeth to King James VI of Scotland, in possession of Mrs Barker by S Weston; III. An Attempt of a Glossary of some words used in Cheshire by Roger Wilbraham; IV. An Account of a Stone Barrow in the parish of Wellow at Stoney Littleton in the County of Somerset which was opened and investigated in May 1816 by Richard Colt Hoare; V. Two seals attached to a deed of the 12th century granted by the Prior and Convent of Saint Bartholomew in Smithfield by Richard Powell; VI. Some Antiquities fund at Fulbourn in Cambridgeshire by E D Clarke; VI*. Copy of an Order made by Cardinal Wolsey, as Lord Chancellor, respecting the management of the affairs of the young Earl of Oxford by Henry Ellis; VII. The Seal of Evesham Abbey in Worcestershire by William Hamper; VIII. An Antique bas-relief on which the Evil Eye or Fascinum is represented by James Millingen; IX. Site of the Priory of Halliwell in Warwickshire, a cell to Roucester Abbey in the County of Stafford by W Hamper; X. The Lottery of 1567 being the first upon record by William Bray; XI. Observations of an historical fact supposed to be established by the Bayeux Tapestry by Thomas Amyot; XII. Roman Encampment near East Hempstead in Berkshire by John Marrien; XIII. VIII continued By Stephen Weston; XIV. An Ancient Celt found near Boston in Lincolnshire by Joseph Banks; XV. Copy of a letter to Sir Robert Atkyns in the Reign of King William from his Brother, Sir Edward Atkyns written from London during the fire in 1666 by S Weston; XVI. Some Anglo-Saxon Pennies found at Dorking in Surrey by Taylor Combe; XVII. The body-armour anciently worn in England by Samuel Rush Meyrick; XVIII. Communication of the Seal and Style of the Mster and Chaplains of the Savoy Hospital in the Strand by W Bray; XIX. Six original letters addressed from persons high in the state in the Years 1647 and 1648 to Col. Hammond, Governor of the Isle of Wight chiefly relating to the intended escape of King Charles I from the Castle at Carisbrook; XX. A Fragment of a very ancient Greek Manuscript on Papyrus together with some sepulchral inscriptions from Nubia by Thomas Young; XXI. A Chain of ancient Fortresses extending through the south-western part of Goucestershire by Thomas John Lloyd Baker; XXII. Further Discoveries of the remains of a Roman Villa at Bignor in Sussex by Samuel Lysons; XXIII. Remains of Roman villa discovered in the Parish of Great Whitcombe in the county of Gloucester by Lysons; XXIV. The Bayeux Tapestry by Charles Stothard; XXV. A Defense of the Early Antiquity of the Bayeux Tapestry by Amylot; XXVI. Ancient Military Garments formerly worn in England by Meyrick; XXVII. Documents Published by Seldon by George Chalmers; XXVIII. Ruins recently exposed in St. Martin's-Le-Grande in clearing the Ground for a new Post Office by J B Gardiner; XXIX. The Confinement of Henry Wriothesley, Earl of Southampton by Order of Queen Elizabeth in 1570 by Bray; XXX. Copy of a Survey of the Priory of Bridlington in Yorkshire by John Caley; XXXI. The Lotus of Antiquity by R Duppa; XXXII. The Book of Household Charges of the L North and his Commandment January 1575 by William Stevenson; XXXIII. Kings of the East Angles from murder of Ethelbert 792 to accession of Edward the Martyr in 855 by Amyot; XXXIV. Discoveries made in taking down the old bridge over the River Thame by P T Taylor; XXXV. Unprinted English Poem, 14th century Richard de Hampole by Joseph Brooks Yates; XXXVI. Lorica Catena of the Romans by Meyrick; XXXVII. Vesica Piscis in the architecture of the middle ages and in Gothic architecture by T Kerrich; XXXVIII. Silver Coins of a Syracuse by Richard Payne Knight; XXXIX. Runic Inscription on the font at Bridekirk by Hamper; XL. The Posts anciently placed on each side of the gates of Chief Magistrates of the cities in England by John Abey Repton; XLI. The Lituus of the Ancient Romans by Edward Daniel Clarke. Single volume of set or series. Contains many single plates and also fold-out plates. No dust jacket, as published. Stamps for Halifax Antiquarian Society and "Withdrawn" stamp on front end-papers and prelims. Pages of main text and plates (including reverse of plates) are free from stamps. Hand-written reference numbers on end-papers.. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 40119011011.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$200.64

The Parochial History of Ackworth, Yorks., with Archaeological, Antiquarian, and Biographical Notes & Records
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The Parochial History of Ackworth, Yorks., with Archaeological, Antiquarian, and Biographical Notes & Records

By Rev. J L Saywell, Introduction by Rev. R V Taylor

James Atkinson & Son; Simpkin Marshall Hamilton Kent & Co, Pontefract; London, 1894. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition. Dark green blind-printed covers and gilt lettering and simple decoration on the spine, lightly bumped and rubbed spine-ends and corners, sound binding, clean pages. Contains black and white plates. Stamps for Halifax Antiquarian Society and "Withdrawn" stamp on front end-papers and prelims. Pages of main text and plates (including reverse of plates) are free from stamps. Hand-written reference numbers on end-papers.. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50319011009..

$65.55

Archaeologia or Miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity, Published by the Society of Antiquities of London, Vol. LIV (54). Parts 1 and 2, 1894 and 1895, Second Series vol.4
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Archaeologia or Miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity, Published by the Society of Antiquities of London, Vol. LIV (54). Parts 1 and 2, 1894 and 1895, Second Series vol.4

By Rev. C M Church; E H Freshfield; Lionel Cust; W H St. John Hope; William Greenwell; Charles E Keyser etc

Society of Antiquaries of London, London, 1894. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Clean firm brown covers with gilt lettering on the spine, handwritten reference number at the base of spine, sound binding, clean pages and end-papers. Part 1 contains: I. The Rise and Growth of the Chapter of Wells from 1242 to 1333 by Rev. C M Church; II. Sword Stands in the churches of the City of London by E H Freshfield; III. Notice of the Life and Works of Lucas D'Heere, Poet and Painter of Ghent, with reference to an anonymous Portrait of a Lady in the possession of the Duke of St. Alban's and to the Portrait of Queen Mary in England in the Possession of the Society of Antiquaries by Lionel Cust; IV. On some remarkable ecclesiastical figures in the cathedral church of Wells by W H St. John Hope; V. Antiquities of the Bronze Age found in the heathery Burn Cave, county Durham by Rev. William Greenwell; VI. On a remarkable series of Wooden Busts surmounting the stall-canopies in St. George's chapel Windsor by W H St. John; VII. On a Panel Painting of the Doom discovered in 1892, in Wenhaston chuch, Suffolk by Charles E Keyser; VIII. The Burial-place of the Slavonians in North Stoneham church, Hants by George William Kitchen; IX. On Some Iron Tools and other Articles formed of iron found at Silchester in the year 1890 by Sir Jhn Evans; X. On a Fifteenth Century Treatise on Gardening by "Myster" John Gardener with Alicia M Tyssen-Amherst; XI. The revision of Statutes of the Order of the Garter by King Edward the Sixth by Edward Maunde Thomson; XII. Excavations on the Site of the Roman city at Silchester, Hants in 1893 by George E Fox and W H St. John Hope. Part 2 contains: XIII. Some Notarial Marks in the "Common Paper" of the Scriveners' Company by Edwin Freshfield; XIV. On the Roof of the Church of St. Andrew, Mildenhall, Suffolk by J G Waller; XV. On the Camp at Ardoch in Perthshire by T M'Kenny Hughes; XVI. The Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, a new restoration by Edmund Oldfield; XVII. Notes upon two Egyptian Portrait Mummy Coverings or Shrouds belonging to the First Century A.D. by F G Hilton Price; XVIII. On Excavations in a Cemetary of South Saxons on High Down, Sussex by Charles Hercules Read; XIX. On an ancient Mexican Head-piece, coated with Mosaic by Charles Hercules Read; XX. On a MS. Psalter formerly belonging to the Abbey of Bury St. Edmund's by Rev. E S Dewick; XXI. On a MS. Pontifical of a Bishop of Metz of the Fourteenth Century by Rev. E S Dewick; XXII. On the Discovery of some Remains of the Chapter House of Beverley Minster by John Bilson XXIII. On a Latin Deed of a Sale of a Slave, 24th May A.D. 166 by Edward Maude Thomson; XXIV. Excavations on the sote of the Roman city at Silchester by H A Grueber with Appendices on a hoard of Roman Coins at Silchester and hoards of Roman Silver Coins found in Britain by F Haverfield; Appendix 1. A Late Celtic Bronze Collar from Wraxall, Somerset; Appendix 2. A Late-Celtic Dagger Sheaf found in Oxfordshire. . 2-volume set (complete). Illustrations include: monolithographic plates; photographic plates; fold-out and single page black and white plans; fold-out and double colour illustrations; and inset black and white illustrations.. No dust jacket, as published. Stamps for Halifax Antiquarian Society and "Withdrawn" stamp on front end-papers and prelims. Pages of main text and plates (including reverse of plates) are free from stamps. Hand-written reference numbers on end-papers.. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 3-4kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 40118121158.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$205.42

The Bradford Antiquary, The Journal of the Bradford Historical & Antiquarian Society. New Series Part XX December 1918, pages 303-346
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The Bradford Antiquary, The Journal of the Bradford Historical & Antiquarian Society. New Series Part XX December 1918, pages 303-346

By Edited by Joseph Hambley Rowe and Percival Ross. H F Killick; W E Preston; Miss Julia Sutherland; H J M Maltby;

Bradford Historical & Antiquarian Society, H Gaskarth, Bradford, 1918. First Edition. Softcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Ragged and darkened paper covers with loss on plain spine, handwritten reference number on front. Pages are darkened, text in two columns Pages numbered 303-346. Includes contents page which also shows articles from an earlier part. Pencil notation on one page. Contents are: Some Notes on the Chartulary of Fountains Abbey by H F Killick; Thornton Old Chapel by W E Preston; Some Bradford Bridges by Miss Julia Sutherland; The Early Volunteer Movement in Bradford by H J M Maltby; Thirty nonth Annual Report 1917; Fortieth Annual Report 1918. Contains black and white plates. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50318121144..

$27.87

The Bradford Antiquary, The Journal of the Bradford Historical & Antiquarian Society. Part IX January 1894
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The Bradford Antiquary, The Journal of the Bradford Historical & Antiquarian Society. Part IX January 1894

By Edited by Professor Federer. T T Empsall; W Scruton; W Cudworth; Butler Wood; Ch A Federer; W Glossop

Bradford Historical & Antiquarian Society, H Gaskarth, Bradford, 1894. First Edition. Softcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Ragged and darkened paper covers with split and loss on plain spine, front cover is almost detached, handwritten reference number on front. Pages are darkened, text in two columns Pages numbered173-238. Contents are: The Bolling Family by T T Empsall; Joseph Hinchcliffe, Schoolmaster by W Scruton; Old Bradford Records by W Cudworth; Bradford Parish Church Registers by T T Empsall; Some Old Bradford Artists by Butler Wood; Cartulary of West Riding Documents by Ch A Federer; Bradford in 1759 by W Cudworth; Yorkshire Wills; High Sutherland neear Halifax by T T Empsall; Bibliography of Bradford and Neighbourhood by Ch A Federer; Local Military Tenures by T T Empsall; Bradford Historical & Antiquarian Society Annual Financial Statement by W Glossop. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50318121142..

$27.87

The Archaeological Journal Published Under the Direction of the Central Committee of the Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, No. 104, December 1869, For Researches into the Early and Middle Ages

By W O Stanley; John Bruce; Albert Way; John Green Waller; Joseph Burtt

The Office of the Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, London, 1869. First Edition. Softcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Cream paper covers are darkened, spine is flaking, text block binding is sound, clean pages. Contents are: Ancient Circular Habitation at Ty Mawr, Holyhead Island with Notices of Other Early Remains There by W O Stanley; Some Notes of Facts in the Biography of Sir Simonds D'Ewes by John Bruce; Antiquities of Bronze Found in Devonshire by Albert Way; Notice of a Portrait of Dante in the Church of S. Anastasia, Verona by John Green Waller; Original Documents - Lease of a Fishery at Lapworth, Warwickshire, in the Reign of Edward III, Communicated from the Original in the Public Record Office by Mr Joseph Burtt, Assistant-Keeper of the Public Records. Contains black and white illustrations. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 42418121136..

$27.87

The Archaeological Journal Published Under the Direction of the Central Committee of the Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, No. 102, June 1869, For Researches into the Early and Middle Ages

By Rev. G F Weston; George T Clark; C Drury E Fortnum; Charles W King; John Hewitt; Rev. J Lee-Warner

The Office of the Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, London, 1869. First Edition. Softcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Cream paper covers are darkened, spine is flaking, text block binding is sound, clean pages. Contents are: Levens Hall, Westmoreland by the Rev. G F Weston; The Rise and Race of Hastings by George T Clark; Finger-Rings of the Early Christian Period by C Drury E Fortnum; Talismans and Amulets by Charles W King; Perforated Altar-Tomb at Newington-Street, Kent by John Hewitt; Original Documents - Petition of the Prior and Canon of Walsingham to Elizabeth, Lady Clare by the Rev. J Lee-Warner. Contains black and white illustrations. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 42418121135..

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Archaeologia or Miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity, Published by the Society of Antiquities of London, Vol. LV (55). Parts 1 and 2, 1896. Second Series volume 5
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Archaeologia or Miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity, Published by the Society of Antiquities of London, Vol. LV (55). Parts 1 and 2, 1896. Second Series volume 5

By Arthur F Leach; Soames Clarke; J A R Monro, W C F Anderson, J R Milne and F Haverfield; Talfourd Ely; etc

Society of Antiquaries of London, London, 1896. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Clean firm brown covers with gilt lettering on the spine, handwritten reference number at the base of spine, sound binding, clean pages and end-papers. Occasional upper edges of pages are unopened (uncut). Illustrations include; monolithographic plates; photographic plates; fold-out and single page black and white plan; fold-out and double colour plans, map and illustrations; and inset black and white illustrations. Part 1, pages 1-256, contains: I. A Clerical Strike at Beverley Minster in the Fourteenth Century by Arthur F Leach; II. Of the methods used in making and ornamenting an Egyptian Rock Tomb by Soames Clarke; III. On the Roman town of Doclea, in Montenegro by J A R Monro, W C F Anderson, J R Milne and F Haverfield; IV. Notes on the Cathedral Church of St. Cecily at Albi by B W Twigge; V. The Vases of Magna Graecia by Talfourd Ely; VI. On the more important Breeds of Cattle which have been recognised in the British Isles in successive periods, and their relation to other Archaeological and Historical Discoveries by T McKenny Hughes; VII. The Battle of Bosworth by James Gairdner; VIII. On two fibulae of Celtic fabric from Aesica by Arthur John Evans; IX. On a Bronze Statuette of Hercules by A S Murray; X. Further Excavations in a Cemetery of South Saxons on High Down, Sussex by Charles Hercules Read; XI. Excavations on the Roman city of Silchester, Hants in 1895 by W H St. John Hope, George E Fox. Part 2 (published in 1897), pages 257-559, contains: XII. On Some Waxed Tablets said to have been found at Cambridge by T M'Kenny Hughes; XIII. Visitations of Certain Churches n the City of London in the patronage of St. Paul's Cathedral, about the year 1250 by W Sparrow Simpson; XIV. The House of Aulua Vettius recently discovered at Pompeii by Talfourd Ely; XV. The Prebendal Stalls and Misericords in the Cathedral Church of Wells by the Rev. C M Church; XVI. The Mausoleum of Halicarnassus, The probable arrangement and signification of its Principle Sculptures by Edmund Oldfield; XVII. On a Votive deposit of Gold Objects found on the North-West Coast of Ireland by Arthur J Evans; XVIII. . Excavations on the Roman city of Silchester, Hants in 1896 by W H St. John Hope; XIX, Notes on the Church of the Kalendars at Constantinople by Edwin Freshfield; XX. The Dolmens and Burial Mounds in Japan by William Gowland; XXI. The Domus Inferior or Friary or Friary of our oldest Charterhouses by Rev. Henry Gee. 1-256; 257-559. 2-volume set (complete). Contains many colour and black and white illustrations. No dust jacket, as published. Stamps for Halifax Antiquarian Society and "Withdrawn" stamp on front end-papers and prelims. Pages of main text and plates (including reverse of plates) are free from stamps. Hand-written reference numbers on end-papers.. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 3-4kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 40118121141.. These books are heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations.

$205.42

The Bradford Antiquary, The Journal of the Bradford Historical & Antiquarian Society. Volume II 1895, pages 239-314
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The Bradford Antiquary, The Journal of the Bradford Historical & Antiquarian Society. Volume II 1895, pages 239-314

By Edited by Professor Federer; T T Empsall; Butler Wood; Charles A Federer; Herbert E Wroot; John Thornton

Bradford Historical & Antiquarian Society, H Gaskarth, Bradford, 1895. First Edition. Softcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Ragged and darkened paper covers with loss on plain spine, handwritten reference number on front. Pages are darkened, text in two columns Pages numbered 239-314. Includes contents page for whole of volume II. Contents are: Joseph Lister, The Historian of the Seige of Bradford by T T Empsall; Yorkshire Wills; Some Od Bradford Artists (Second Article, John Preston) by Butler Wood; Bibliography of Bradford and Neighbourhood by Charles A Federer; The Bradford Parish Churchwarden's Accounts by Herbert E Wroot; Copy of Buriall Register of Bradford Parish Church; Local Heraldry with Examples from the Bradford Parish Church by John Thornton; Index of All the Personal Names in the Firdt Two Volumes of the Antiquary. Contains colour frontis and black and white plates. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50318121143..

$27.87

Dragonby 1964, a Preliminary Report on Excavations at the Iron Age and Romano-British Site at Dragonby, near Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire
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Dragonby 1964, a Preliminary Report on Excavations at the Iron Age and Romano-British Site at Dragonby, near Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire

By Jeffrey May

Department of Adult Education, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, 1964. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Slightly darkened orange covers, sound stapled binding, type-style text, clean pages. Short closed tear on lower edges. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50118121084..

$9.29

Camden's Britannia, Newly Translated into English: with large additions and improvements
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Camden's Britannia, Newly Translated into English: with large additions and improvements

By William Camden; Epistle Dedicatory by Edmund Gibson; Maps by Robert Morden

Edmund Gibson of Queens-College in Oxford, printed by F Collins, for A Swalle at the Unicorn at the West-End of St. Pauls Church-Yard; and A & J Churchil at the Black Swan in Pater-Noster-Row, Oxford and London, 1695. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Illustrator: Robert Morden. Recent library rebind with replacement end-papers, library labels on new end-papers only, no labels on original pages and no library stamps anywhere. Complete work containing all texts, maps and plates (listed below) as published and original to this publication. Fresh covers and spine, sound binding. Faded red text block edges. Clean pages, plates and maps, very occasional minor flaws are described below. Two binding stubs between columns xvi and xvii, no evidence of anything missing. Occasional short creases across corners and very occasional loss of extreme corner on lower edge. List of Contents: New end paper; Frontis (neat repair on reverse); Title Page; Epistle Dedicatory [2]; The Preface To The Reader and Advertisement [4]; The Life Of Mr Camden [11]; Mr Camden's Preface [5]; A Catalogue of Some Books and Treatises belonging to the Antiquities of England, and Scotland and Ireland [5]; Antoninus's Itinerary Through Britain [2]; The General Heads of the Introduction, and Counties of England [1]; Britain, The Manners of the Britains, The Romans in Britain, British Coins, Roman Coins, The Destruction of Britain, Britains of Armorica, Wales and Cornwall, The Picts, Scots, The English Saxons, Saxon Coins, Danes, The Normans, The Division of Britain, The Degrees of England, The Law Courts of England, The Earl Marshall of England, CXCV (columns); The Counties of England and Wales, 1-876 (columns except 833-848); Scotland, Ireland and the British Islands, 877-1116 (columns); The Annals of Ireland [18]; Index [20] (last page has corner missing with loss of text to advertisement); Appendix [2]. List of Plates and Maps: Frontis (neat repair on reverse); Britannia Saxonica (minor worm damage in lower margin); Britannia Romana (minor worm damage in lower margin); British Coins x8 (one with corner of margin missing); Cornwall by Robert Morden; Devonshire; Dorset Shire; Somerset Shire; Wilt Shire; Stonehenge (vignette); Hamp Shire; Bark Shire; Surrey; Sussex; Kent (double fold); Glocester Shire; Oxford Shire; Buckingham Shire; Bedford Shire; Hertford Shire; Midlesex; Essex; Suffolk; Norfolk (double fold, partial split on fold); Cambridge Shire; Huntington Shire; Northampton Shire; Leicester Shire; Comitatus Rotelandiae Tabula Nova & Aucta (Rutland); Lincoln Shire; Nottingham Shire; Darby Shire; Warwick Shire; Worcester Shire; Stafford Shire; Shrop Shire; The County Palatine of Chester (Cheshire); Hereford Shire (several small brown marks); South Wales; The County of Monmouth; North Wales (small pale brown mark); Curiosities of Wales; The West Riding of York Shire; The East Riding of Yorkshire; The North Riding of Yorkshire; Episcopaius Dunelmensis Vulgo The Bishoprick of Durham; The County Palatine of Lancaster (Lancashire); Westmorland; Cumberland; Northumberland; Scotland; The Kingdom of Ireland; The Smallest Islands in the British Ocean - Farne, Holy, Man, Scilly, Jersey, Garnsey (Guernsey), Alderney, White; First edition in this translation. No dust jacket, as published. Illustrator: Robert Morden. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 3-4kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 42018121062.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$3199.13

The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, Part 74 (Being the Second Part of Volume XIX), 1907, Published Under the Direction of the Council of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society

By J T Fowler etc

Yorkshire Archaeological Society, printed by John Whitehead & Son, Leeds, 1907. First Edition. Softcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Darkened paper covers, binding is sound, clean pages, some unopened (uncut). Articles are: An Old Description of the Site of the Cistercian Abbey of Clairvaux, with a translation, Additional Matter and a Plan by Rev. Canon J T Fowler; Acaster Malbis and the Fairfax Family by W Paley Baildon; The Ethnology of West Yorkshire by John Beddoe; Two Yorkshire Pardons, and a North German Exorcism by Rev. Canon Wordsworth; The Catterick Brass by William Brown; The Discipline of the Church by T B Whytehead; Burneston Hospital and Free School and H B McCall; A Paprer Preserved in the Grammar School Chest at Guisborough by Rev. J F Williams; Names of Yorkshire Ex-Religious. 1573, Their Pensions and Subsidies to the Queen Thereon. Illustrations are: Plan of Clairvaux Abbey; Domesday Map of the West Riding; Brass of Elizabeth, Widow of Anthony Catterick of Stanwick, Esq. 1591. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50318121035..

$39.01

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