Catalogue of Pictish kings. Communicated by Sir Thomas Phillips, Bart. [Extracted from Vol. II. ... Catalogue of Pictish kings. Communicated by Sir Thomas Phillips, Bart. [Extracted from Vol. II. ...

Catalogue of Pictish kings. Communicated by Sir Thomas Phillips, Bart. [Extracted from Vol. II. Part II. of the "Transactions of the Royal Society of Literature."] Read Feb. 2, 1833. [drop-title]

Phillips, Thomas, Sir

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4to, pp. 5; OCLC finds only the U. of Chicago and Newberry copies; bound with: Observations on the coffin-plate and history of Gunilda, sister of the Saxon king, Harold II, by G.F. Bletz, London, 1834, pp. 15; frontispiece facsimile of the coffin-plate; bound with: Observations on the Bayeux Tapestry, by Hudson Gurney, London, 1817, pp. 14; partially in double column detailing the 72 inscriptions on the tapestry; bound with: Some observations on the Bayeux Tapestry, by Charles Strothard, in a letter addressed to Samuel Lysons, London, 1819, pp. 10; bound with: A defense of the early antiquity of the Bayeux Tapestry, by Thomas Amyot, London, 1819, pp. 19, including an appendix containing a 3-p. poem on the Battle of Hastings; bound with: Observations on the History of Adeliza, sister of William the Conqueror, by Thomas Stapleton, London, 1835, pp. 14, including a half-page family tree; bound with: Magni rotuli scaccarii Normanniae de anno ab incarnatione Domini M.C.LXXXIIII, Willielmo filio Radulfi senescallo, pp. [4], 12; largely printed in Saxon type, n.p., May, 1830; the text of a Norman pipe-roll and "printed for private distribution" to draw attention to "our own invaluable series of Pipe-Rolls, of which it is believed comparatively little is known"; inscribed "Henry Ellis Esq. with Mr. Petrie's comps."; not in OCLC; bound with: De rebus gestis Richardi Angliae regis in Palestina. Excerptum ex Gregorii Abulpharagii chronico Syriaco. Edidit vertit illustravit Paul. Jac. Bruns, Oxonii: apud J. & J. Fletcher; D. Prince & J. Cooke, 1780, pp. 20, xi, (last 6 leaves printed in Syriac); bound with: A table of the movements of the court of King John of England, by Thomas Duffus Hardy, London, 1828, pp. 39, text largely in double column; bound with: Narrative of the progress of King Edward the First in his invasion of Scotland in the year 1296, by Nicholas Harris Nicolas, London, 1826, pp. 23; bound with: A brief summary of the wardrobe accounts.of King Edward the Second, by Thomas Stapleton, London, 1835, pp. 30; bound with: Account of the tomb of Sir John Chandos, Knt. A.D. 1370 at Civaux, a hamlet on the Vienne in France, by Samuel Rush Meyrick, London, 1823, pp.14, with an attractive copper-engraved plate of the tomb; not in OCLC; bound with: Transcript of a chronicle [of the time of Edward the Third] in the Harleian Library of MSS. No. 6217 [drop-title], [by Thomas Amyot], London, 1828, pp. 82; not in OCLC; bound with: Two English poems in the time of Richard II. Communicated by the Rev. J.J. Conybeare, M.A., Professor of Poetry in the University of Oxford, . (Read 3 March, 1814), [n.p., n.d. ?London, 1814], pp. 8; Wellcome Library only in OCLC; bound with: Some account of the coronation of King Richard the Second, by Alfred John Kempe, London: printed for the author, n.d. [ca. 1831], pp. 16, hand-colored engraved frontispiece showing the crowns of 11 kings, text largely in double column; 3-line and presumably authorial correction to the text on p. 5; bound with: An account of the army with which King Richard II. invaded Scotland, by Nicholas Harris Nicolas, London, 1828, pp. 9. Together 16 scholarly texts in a contemporary binding of quarter tan calf over marbled boards, gilt decorated spine, gilt lettered direct ("English History before Ric. II."); joints starting, minor rubbing; most acceptable. Nine titles are offprints from the Archaeologia as published by the Society of Antiquaries, and mostly printed by J. Nicols and Son. All are presumably rare. The Conybeare and the Oxford imprint are terrific. Bookseller Inventory # 21655

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