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Parts of England. Lond. 1813-17, render this work more complete, it is de
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tiquities, and his Woodchester Antiquities, This splendid work, published at 487.6s. of both which works a few copies were and still worth nearly its published price, issued in colours with that object, as consists of 156 plates, many of which are already stated. Sold at Lysons' sale, the on wliole sheets, and most of them beau- 3 vols. with Woodchester as a fourth,'361. tifully coloured. The following note ap- 15s. The Gloucester, coloured, 121. 12s. pears at the conclusion of the advertise- Lysons, S. Plan and seven Views ment of the first volume. Only 200 copies of the whole work have been printed off, (finely coloured) of Hampton Court and most of the plates are cancelled; not with the view of making a scarce book, ton Court Palace (from Lysons' but from the great difficulty of getting Middlesex Parishes), folio. even that number properly coloured under the editor's inspection.'. Collation.-Vol. ! On the title of the letter-press descripI. 1813. In four Parts. Part i. Figures
tion (consisting of nine leaves) is a coof Mosaic Pavements discovered at Hork
loured view of Part of Hampton Court stou in Lincolnshire. Seven plates, not
| Palace from the Garden.' It is said that including an engraved title, with 4 pages
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off separately in folio. A copy in a bookthe plates. Part ii. Remains of two seller's recent catalogue was marked Temples and other Roman Antiquities 31. 3s. discovered at Bath. Thirteen, not twelve, LYSTER, Thomas. Fragments, plates, not including the engraved title, taken out of a Manuscript, pen'd with letter-press description, 12 pages;
by T. L. in the 80th Year of his and list of plates, one leaf, Part iii. Figures of Mosaic Pavements discovered Age, 1714. Printed in the Year near Frampton in Dorsetshire. near Frampton in Dorse t
Seven 1714. Svo
tle also plates, not including engraved title, also
incle lenves and 3 folding letter-press description, 6 pages, and list
ones, with a portrait of Tho. Lyster of plates, one leaf. Part iv. Roman An
Philomath: Ætat. suæ 63, A.D. 1698,' by tiquities discovered in Kent, Cheshire, Durham. Lancashire, Cumberland, So
The Blessings of Eighty-eight, with mersetshire, Northamptonshire, and Wilt-dir
divine Poems and Meditations. Lond. shire. Ten plates, with 4 pages of letter
1698, 8vo. with a portrait of Lyster by press descriptions, also the printed title
White. Wrangham, no head, 12s. Harand list of plates, 2 leaves. At the com- ward, with 12 pages written at 81, dated mencement of the volume are two titles,
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| LYTE, Henry. The Light of graved dedication to George Prince Regent, also an advertisement and contents. /
The copy of this volume in the royal li- able Originall and Antiquitie of brary in the British Museum has duplicate Britaine. Lond. 1588, 8vo. plates, differently coloured.) Vol. II. 1817. In two parts. Part i. containing Roman
Dedicated to Queen Elizabeth.- Lond. Antiquities discovered in the County of
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Of this reprint by Mr. Upcott two copies military Ensigns, discovered near Stony
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10s.6d. An account of this most excellent This volume consists of 42 plates, not
scholar in several sorts of learning,' and including engraved title, list of plates,
of his curious works, several of which are
in MS. in the University Library of Ox&c., which occupy seven leaves. In it was affixed an advertisement, in which the ford, will be found in Wood's Athen. editor states that, 'finding by the last act
Oxon. Knight, 1847, 15s. of parliament For the Encouragement of Learning, he would be liable to the very ennobled Genealogie of James, by heavy tax of eleven copies for the Public
the Grace of God, King of Great Libraries, he is under the necessity of omitting such (viz. the letter-press) de. Brittaine, France and Ireland, &c. scriptions.' Vol. III. 1817. Remains of London. a Roman Villa discovered at Bignor in An engraving 'in forma patenti.' 'This Sussex. This volume contains 32 plates, genealogy the author did dedicate to his besides five others containing titles and majesty, who, after a long and serious pelist of plates, also 10 pages of letter-press, rusal of it, gave the said author his picreprinted from the Archæologia. To ture in gold, set with diamonds, with
thant pt. ii. 10791.21. 185. i
gracious thanks. Charles Prince of Wales | tion, in 1 vol. 1735, inserted in the British (afterwards K. Ch. I.) was so exceedingly | Classics. taken with it, that he gave the author his Dialogues of the Dead. The fourth picture in gold also. Camden had the edition, corrected; to which are added, perusal of it, and underneath (the original) | four new Dialogues. Lond. 1765, Svo. 3s. wrote with his own hand about six verses Dr Johnson deemed this work a nugatory in commendation of it and the author.' performance, and observed, "That man Ant. à Wood.
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