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Item Description: Gale ECCO, Print Editions. Book Condition: Good. Item is in good condition. Ships next business day!. Bookseller Inventory # OFH-2990000200488

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Margery Corbett, F.S.A.

Published by Antiquaries Journal. Being the Journal of the Society of Antiquaries of London. Volume 67, Part 1, 1987. (1987)

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Item Description: Antiquaries Journal. Being the Journal of the Society of Antiquaries of London. Volume 67, Part 1, 1987., 1987. Disbound. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. This is an original article separated from the volume, not a reprint or an offprint. Large Octavo. 9 pages + 2 plates. A disbound article. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Antiquaries Journal; Bookseller Inventory # 223865

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Item Description: Paperback. Book Condition: Good. The book has been read but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact and the cover is intact. Some minor wear to the spine. Bookseller Inventory # GOR008365740

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William Dugdale

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ISBN 10: 1155090810 ISBN 13: 9781155090818

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Item Description: General Books LLC, 2010. Book Condition: Very Good. Ships from the UK. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. Bookseller Inventory # GRP96052068

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Item Description: Sotheby & Co., London, 1968. Paper wrappers. First edition. 108 pp. Illus. with b/w reproductions. 426 lots. "Including Boccaccio's Decameron, 1620, first English edition, Breton's The Soules Heavenly Exercise, 1601, Coryats Cruidities, 1611, Froissart's Chronicles, 1525, Grahame's The Anatomie of Humors, Edinburgh 1609, Milton's Poems, 1645, and Paradise Lost, 1667, with the first title, Puttenham's Arte of English Poesie, 1589, Sansovino's Quintessence of wit, 1584, Scot's Discoverie of Witchcraft, 1584, Shakespeare's works, second and fourth folio editions, and year books, [?1518] and 1519; Hours of the Virgin, printed on vellum, [Wynkyn de Worde, 1510], the only copy known and hitherto unrecorded; a collection of Scottish pamphlets of the 17th and 18th centuries. Tussac's Flore des Antilles, 1808-27, Buc'hoz's Herbier Colorié de l'Asie, 1783, Harris's The Aurelian, 1766, McIan and Logan's Clans of the Scottish Highlands, 1845-47, and other colour-plate and natural history books. Cortes's De insulis Nuper Inventis, 1532, A New and further narrative of the state of New England, 1676, Cicero's Cato Major, Philadelphia, 1744, Bacle y Cia's Trages y Costumbres de la Provincia de Buenos-Aires, 1833-34; a manuscript chart of Nicholas Comberbord and a manuscript plan of Montreal, 1756; atlases, maps and a collection of voyages pittoresques. Letters of John André, Benjamin Franklin, Theodore Roosevelt and S. L. Clemens [Mark Twain]; James Ewart's Journal, 1811-15, covering his services in South Africa and Florida; correspondence on the South African War, including a highly important unpublished letter of Kitchener and letters of Joseph Chamberlain and Milner; the Journal of Patrick Keohane recording the Discovery of the Bodies of Captain Scott and his companions; letters and documents of Charles I and Charles II, Henrietta Maria, Cromwell and James II; Dryden, Newton, Nelson, General Gordon, Robert Clive, Thomas and Mattew Arnold; Goethe, Pasteur, Mussolini, Gandhi, Jinnah and Nehru; Dugdale's autographs notes for his Monasticon Anglicanum." A very good copy, notattions on rear wrapper, some corners creased. Bookseller Inventory # 39869

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William Dugdale

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ISBN 10: 117096107X ISBN 13: 9781170961070

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Item Description: Gale ECCO, Print Editions, 2010. Paperback. Book Condition: Good. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!. Bookseller Inventory # 117096107X

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DUGDALE, Sir William & Roger DODSWORTH

Published by C Wilkinson, T Dring & C Harper, 1682. Folio (319x217mm). Engr extra title; red/black printed title; 1159[=1163]pp; 36 engr pls (only, of 63). 1682 (1682)

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Item Description: C Wilkinson, T Dring & C Harper, 1682. Folio (319x217mm). Engr extra title; red/black printed title; 1159[=1163]pp; 36 engr pls (only, of 63). 1682, 1682. Lacks half-title & John Marsham's introduction [14 ff.], as well as 27 of the plates called for. Engr title (by Wenceslaus Hollar) frayed & creased, margins repaired with loss to top corner; some other pls frayed & repaired, a few with marginal loss. Marginal tears & corner repairs to some text leaves; some side notes (& edges of a few plates) trimmed by the binder. Inscr on paste-down: Benjamin Prowting Clement, August 1840 - the son of Jane Austen's friends from Chawton? - also 2 19C bookpls, & bookseller's description. Old panelled calf, sl worn & scuffed, corners bumped; rebacked, gilt morocco label, joints cracked, ends of sp worn. Working copy of the second edition of v.I, produced after v.III & the 2nd edn of v.II (1673), and just before the 2nd of v.III (1683). Bookseller Inventory # 9622

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DUGDALE, Sir William & Roger DODSWORTH

Published by Richard Hodgkinsonne 1655. Folio (336x223mm). [44], 1151pp; 53 engr pls & plans (of 64), most by Daniel King; few engr/wood-cut text illus. 1655 (1655)

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Item Description: Richard Hodgkinsonne 1655. Folio (336x223mm). [44], 1151pp; 53 engr pls & plans (of 64), most by Daniel King; few engr/wood-cut text illus. 1655, 1655. With half-title; title red/black. Lacks Hollar's engr extra title & Benedictine family tree, and 9 other plates incl 3 views of Canterbury; folding map of Thanet frayed & torn with part loss of border & caption, laid on backing sheet. Some spotting to text, few marginal tears; neat early marginalia to preface. 19C half calf, spine gilt; rubbed & bumped, spine worn, joint cracked; 1960 bkpl of John Nightingale of King's, Cambridge. First edition. Probably R D Waddilove's copy (see v.II below): 19C plan & 2 views of Ripon bound in at p.172-3, & brief MS transcript about Hestelscait at p.744. Bookseller Inventory # 58328

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STEVENS, John

Published by T Taylor, L Stokoe, J Smith &c, 1722. Folio (346x224mm). Title red/black; viii, [4], 538[=542], [2]pp; 20 engr pls & plans, 4 folding. 1722 (1722)

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Item Description: T Taylor, L Stokoe, J Smith &c, 1722. Folio (346x224mm). Title red/black; viii, [4], 538[=542], [2]pp; 20 engr pls & plans, 4 folding. 1722, 1722. Contemp calf, blind-dec panel, gilt rules; worn & scuffed; rebacked, spine gilt-ruled, morocco label, worn & sl cracked; new e-ps torn at hinges. Title torn & repaired at foot; one or two small tears elsewhere, light dust-staining to top margins, but a fresh & untrimmed copy of Stevens' first supplementary volume to his 1718 English epitome of Dugdale; the second (non-Benedictines) followed in 1723. Bkpl of John Nightingale (1960); ownership inscr: Mrs Jones-Parry / Aberdunant - July, 1883; pencil notes by her on rear e-p & p.5 margins ('God made man and woman for his purposes and for each other.'). Mary Isabella Jones Parry (1825-99) compiled 8 volumes of memoranda on Welsh history & antiquities, now at the University of Bangor. DUGDALE, Sir William. Bookseller Inventory # 65837

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Monasticon Anglicanum, or, the History of the: William Dugdale
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Item Description: Sam Keble; Ben Rhodes, 1693. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. First English language edition. All 3 volumes bound in one with continuous pagination. Library rebound in terracotta cloth. Approx. 12.5'' (32cm) tall. Introduction + 331pp + 12pp illustrated with 15 plates. Each volume is preceded by a half-title page: Vol. I: Of the Benedictine Monks, Cluniacs, Cistersians, and Carthusians; Vol. II: Of the Canons Regular of St. Augustin, Hospitalers, Templars, Gilbertines, Praemonstratenses, and Maturins, or Trinitarians; Vol. III: Of the Cathedral and Collegiate Churches. Also two indices covering the three volumes: one a catalogue of the religious houses by county, the other alphabetically by name. Generally the book is in excellent condition for its age, however there is an ink stain as pictured, a small hole & repair. Ex reference library with minimal markings, library name on front, pictorial bookplate on front pastedown and single stamp on rear endpaper. No other obvious library markings. ***Over 1kg when packaged & may require extra overseas postage***. Bookseller Inventory # 829

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Item Description: Sam Keble, London, 1693. Leather. Book Condition: Good+. No Jacket. First Thus. (12pp), 331pp, (13pp) +15 plates. Has been professionally re-backed & re-cornered preserving original boards. New endpapers. 1st English edition. 3 volumes in 1. 15 plates complete. Minor worming/ water staining. Some scuffing and age wear to original boards. Small stamp on original front fly leaf. Pages uniformly lightly browned with some wear to edges. Occasional mild foxing throughout. Bookseller Inventory # VICAREFUL112

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POPE PIUS VI BINDING.The History of the: Stevens, John. [William

Stevens, John. [William Dugdale].

Published by Thi. Taylor, Luke Stokoe, Jos. Smith, John Senex, W. Taylor, et al.,, London: (1723)

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Item Description: Thi. Taylor, Luke Stokoe, Jos. Smith, John Senex, W. Taylor, et al.,, London:, 1723. Collation: A-4B2, A-5B2. Pagination: [4], 279, 388, 246p. Contemporary red morocco extra gilt decoration to boards and spine. Gilt crest to center of both boards of Pope Pius the Sixth. Title in red and black. Inner hinge slight start at B1, no affect. Bookplates of John Twonley, Esq. & Edward Micholls Henriquies. Illustrations: 30 full page plates, including one two-page plate, and one folding. Pope Pius VI (1717-1799). Italian pope 1775-1799, the longest pontificate of the 18th century. Invaded in 1796, after the last Austrian defeat by Napolean, he was forced to sign a peace treaty at Tolentino in 1797. A riot in Rome in the next year led to French occupation in 1798, and the procalmation of a republic by a group of Italian patriots. He was seized by the French in March 1799 and died a prisoner in France. [-Britannica].Col. John Townley (1697-1782), translator of Hudibras into French, member of Louis XIV?s Chevaliers de l?Ordre Royal et Militaire, the third class in The Order of St. Louis (for valour in war). Citations: ESTC: T147339. Sotheran ?sPrice Current, no.770, 1917: 440 (this copy). Bookseller Inventory # 20133

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Dugdale, Sir William (Wright, James, ed. & trans.)

Published by London: Printed for Sam. Keble (1693)

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Item Description: London: Printed for Sam. Keble, 1693. First edition. 3 vols. in 1. Folio, pp. [xii], 331, [xiii] + 15 plates. Title in red and black, woodcut intitials. Title-page and first plate ('A Benedictine Monk') both trimmed and laid down, leaves A5 & A6 repaired at gutter, light dampstain to lower half of plates, occasional spots and smudges, final gatherings a little toned. Late 18th or early 19th-century tan tree calf, red morocco label and a little gilt to spine, edges lightly sprinkled red. Board edges rubbed, corners wearing, a very good copy overall. Pencilled bookseller's note to front paste-down, monogram inked to ffep. Copious annotations in two old hands: one leaving marginal comments, the other cross referencing. The cross-referencing hand also leaves a bibliographical note to a preliminary blank, numbers the plates, and writes at the head of the final plate, 'These 15 plates are neither numbered nor placed regularly'. The first English epitome of Dugdale's great work; the Monasticon was originally published in three volumes Latin in 1655-73. James Wright (1643-1713) was a barrister at Middle Temple and a significant antiquarian himself, author of an important history of Rutland which he produced with Dugdale's encouragement. He dedicates the work to William Bromley of Warwickshire (1664-1732): "Warwickshire has certainly produced two of the most famous and deserving Writers, in their several ways, that England can boast of; a Dugdale, and a Shakespear, both Williams; a name that has been of eminent Grace to this County in many instances: nor will it ever cease to be so while you are living" (2nd leaf verso). ESTC R8166; Wing D 2487B; Lowndes 685-6. Bookseller Inventory # 51727

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Item Description: 3 Teile in 1 Bd. Folio (340 x 220 mm). Mit gest. Frontispiz und 96 Kupfertafeln (davon 12 doppelblattgross) von und nach Daniell King. Titel in Rot und Schwarz. Titel, XVI, 375. [9] S. Blindgeprägtes Wildleder des 19Jhs. (Rücken erneuert, Ecken bestossen). London, Printed by R. Harbin for D. Browne and others, 1718. Einzelausgabe des zwischen 1655 und 1673 in Lieferungen erschienenen Geschichtswerks. - Eckausriss (ausserhalb der Platte) auf einer Tafel, Aussensteg vn 2 Tafeln bestaubt und ausgefranst, eine Tafel mit versengtem Rand, kurze Randeinrisse hie und da, einige Tafeln stellenweise fleckig. Richly illustrated work by Sir William Dugdale, of which the first edition was published in 1655-73. This is the abridged edition, in English, by Captain John Stevens. - Upper left corner torn off (to plate) in one double-plate, edges of two plates dust-soiled and frayed, one plate scorched in outer margin, few with short tears in edges, some with waterstain, text stained in places. In all a fair copy. - 19th century deerskin with blind-tooling (rebacked, newer paste-downs and fly-leaves). Bookseller Inventory # B328042

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Item Description: Sam. Keble and Hen. Rhodes: London, 1693. 15 engraved monastic costume plates, 12.25 x 7.5, contemporary paneled calf, (12), 331 (13) pp, pastedowns conspicuously renewed, contents heavily toned with occasional soiling and light marginal dampstaining toward end, free endpapers lacking. FIRST ABRIDGED ED IN ENGLISH. Bookseller Inventory # 98-1805

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Monasticon Anglicanum or, the History of the: Dugdale (Sir William):

Dugdale (Sir William):

Published by London; Sam Keble 1st edition translated into English from Latin much abridged (1693)

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Item Description: London; Sam Keble 1st edition translated into English from Latin much abridged, 1693. Folio in 6s [text block 312 x 190mm], 15 plates, [xii], 331, [13]pp, contemporary full brown calf boards decorated with blind lines with leaves at corners, nicely rebacked with blind ruled raised bands, dark red lettering piece, gilt, original endpapers retained. Extremities just a little rubbed; boards agreeably mottled; signature on front pastedown; outer margins slightly browned; a good copy. Bookseller Inventory # 56035

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Item Description: James Bohn, London, 1846. Book Condition: Fair. Volumes 1 to 6 . This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside.This book has hardback covers. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. No dust jacket. Re-bound by library. Slight foxing, raised bands, worn covers; front cover of volume two detached. Bookseller Inventory # 6371733

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Dugdale's Monasticon Anglicanum: A History of the: William Dugdale; Edited

William Dugdale; Edited by John Caley, Sir Henry Ellis & Rev Bulkeley Bandinel

Published by James Bohn, London (1846)

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Item Description: James Bohn, London, 1846. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Revised Edition. Full title:Monasticon Anglicanum: A History of the Abbies and Other Monasteries, Hospitals, Frieries, and Cathedral and Collegiate Churches, with their Dependencies, in England and Wales; also of all such Scotch, Irish, and French Monasteries, as were in any manner connected with Religious Houses in England. Together with a particular account of their respective Foundations, Grants, and Donations, and a Full Statement of their Possessions, as well Temporal as Spiritual. Originally published in Latin. Complete set contains Volumes I-V and Volume VI in 3 parts, in 8 separate bindings. Each entry comprises a description in English followed by transcriptions of original charters, etc. Text in two columns. Volume I: Modern rebinding. Brown half-leather. Light wear at spine-ends. New end-papers. No half-title page. Strengthening of binding to double plates. Text pages are clean and free from foxing. Light foxing at edges of most plates, some have more extensive foxing. Gilt upper text-block edge. Volumes II - VI: Brown half-leather. Wear on corners and spine-ends. Rubbed raised bands on spine. Text pages are clean and free from foxing. Light foxing at edges of most plates, some have more extensive foxing. Extensive foxing to half-title pages. Gilt upper text-block edges. Volume II: Leather cracked on part of front joint but covers are firmly attached. Sound inner binding. Volume III: Loss at lower spine-end. Leather cracked on part of front joint but covers are firmly attached. Sound inner binding. Volume IV: Small area of loss at upper spine-end. Front cover detached. Sound inner binding. Volume V: Full length split in leather on front joint but cover still attached. Sound inner binding. Volume VI, Part I: Both covers detached. Final page and rear end-paper attached to rear cover. Sound inner binding. Volume VI, Part II: Sound binding. Volume VI, Part III: Small tear in cloth on rear cover. Volume I contains a full list of plates and all plates have been checked and are present. Many are folded double plates. The Benedictine Nun plate is in Volume I. Volume VI Part III contains a comprehensive alphabetical index. Plates are: Volume I - William Dugdale (frontis); Vignette title-page; Tree of the Benedictine Order; Benedictine Monk; Glastonbury (4); Canterbury (7); Rochester (3); Winchester (4); Durham (3); Malmesbury (3); Westminster (4); Sherborne (1); Peterborough (4); Whitby (2); Benedictine Nun (1); Ely (4); Gloucester (4); Worcester (3); Seals of Benedictine Monasteries (8). Volume II - Evesham (1); Tewkesbury (3); Croyland (1); Oxford (3); St Alban's (3); Bath (3); Wells (5); Chester (2); Pershore; Benedictine Nun (included in vol I) Tavistock; Rumsey; Exeter (3); Thorney; Seals (8). Volume III - St Benet of Hulme (Vignette); St Edmund's Bury; St Mary, Coventry (Vignette); Battle; Tynemouth; Wymondham; Binham; Malling; Great Malvern; Selby; Shrewsbury; St Mary's Abbey York; St Bee; Seals(4). Volume IV - Norwich (2); Leominster; Finchale; St John's Abbey Colchester; Boxgrave; Lindisfarne; Seals (6). Volume V - Cluniac Monk; Castleacre; Wenlock; Dudley; Cistercian Monk; Furness; Tintern; Rivaux; Fountains; Calder; Byland; Buildwas; Kirkstall (2); Holm Cultran; Tiltey; Beaulieu; Netley. Volume VI Part I - Carthusian Monk; Canon Regular of St Augustine; Waltham Abbey (2); Walsingham; St Botolph's Priory Colchester; Haghmon; Lanthony Gloucestershire; Carlisle; St Mary Overy or St Saviour's, Southwark; Cirencester; Hexham; Bolton; Kirkham; Lanercost; Dunstable; Giseburne (2); Bridllington; St Bartholomew's London; Christ Church Hants; Chiche or St Osith's; Brinkburn; Thornham; Bristol (3); Bourn; Butley, Suffolk; Cartmel; Leicester, Abbey of St Mary; Newstead Abbey; Burnham, Bucks; Ulverscroft, Leics; Lanthony Monmouthshire; Canon of St John Baptist at Coventry (in Part II). Volume VI Part I I - Hospital of St Cross near Winchester (2); Canon Regular of the Holy Sepulchre; Gateshead; A Knight Hopitalar; Hospital of St John of Jerusa. Bookseller Inventory # 70717051019

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Item Description: James Bohn, 1846. 8 volume set complete. (Vols 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 pt1, 6 pt2, 6 pt3).as Were in Any Manner Connected with Religious Houses in England. Ex-library books - small library label on front covers, libary stamp on front end papers. 8vo. Half calf binding. Gilt lettering and raised bands on the spine. Boards and edges worn. Volume 8 - cover detached from pages at front hinge. A couple of loose pages. Pages have some foxing, but otherwise clean. Bookseller Inventory # 4774644

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Monasticon Anglicanum: A History of the Abbies: Dugdale, William (Text

Item Description: T. G. March, London, 1849. Hardcover. Book Condition: g to vg. New edition. Folio (15 1/2 x 10 3/4"). [8], II, [2], VIII, LI, [3], 642pp (vol. 1); [10], 643, [1]pp (vol. 2); VIII, [2], 640pp (vol. 3); XV, [5], 691, [1]pp (vol. 4); [10], XI, [1], 747, [1]pp (vol. 5); XXIV, [2], XII, 604pp (vol. 6, part 1); X, [605]-[1155]pp (vol. 7, ie. vol. 6, part 2); XI, [1156]-1851, [1]pp (vol. 8, ie. vol. 6, part 3). Uncut. Original 3/4 morocco over buckram, with gold lettering and ruling to spines. Top edges gilt. The first volume has a tissue-guarded engraved frontispiece portrait of the author (by William Holl, the elder) facing an additional engraved title (by William Finden). Title pages in red and black lettering. Decorative initials. Sir William Dugdale's "Monasticon Anglicanum" is an extensive and spectacular collection of monastic charters and others sources relating to English monasteries and collegiate churches from the 6th century to the dissolution of the monasteries in the 1530s. Since the development of the monasteries and the Church of England were inextricably linked, this collection offers a valuable insight into the medieval religious world, and a history of the foundations of all the principal churches in England. The main body of the work is divided into sections each dealing with one monastic order, such as the Benedictines, the Cistercians, the Gilbertines, the Carthusians, the Knights Hospitalars of St John of Jerusalem, the Knights Templars, etc., with the buildings belonging to them: Vols. I, II, III and IV are devoted to Benedictine Monasteries; Vol. V is devoted to the Monasteries of the Cluniac and the Cistercian Orders; Vol VI, part I is devoted to the Carthusian Order, as well as the Order of St. Augustine; Vol VI, part II is devoted to the Hospitals of the Order of St. Augustine, the Knights Hospitalars of St John of Jerusalem, the Knights Templars, the Premonstratensian Order, the Gilbertine Order, Alien Priories, Cells to Foreign Monasteries, French Monasteries, Irish and Scotch Monasteries; Vol. VI, part III is devoted to Cathedral Churches of Secular Canons, Collegiate Churches of Secular Canons, Orders of Friars, including Nuns Minoresses. This last volume also includes a Memoranda of destroyed monasteries, an Appendix, and a General Index. This set is complete with its striking 245 tissue-guarded full-page and double-leaved plates (including William Dugdale's portrait). It includes engraved portraits of monastic figures showing the distinctive dress of each order (engraved by William Finden after drawings by Hollar), floor plans, arms and seals of monasteries, exterior and interior views of churches, abbeys and monasteries. Also includes a tree exhibiting the various Congregations of the Benedictine Order (vol. 1). Most of the copper plates were drawn and engraved by John Coney, others were engraved by William Finden, George Hollis, J. Lee, and William Byrne. This work was originally published in London in three volumes under the joint authorship of Roger Dodsworth and Sir William Dugdale (1655-73). A continuation in two volumes was also published in London under the title: "The history of the antient abbey, monasteries, hospitals, cathedral and collegiate churches. Being two additional volumes to Sir William Dugdale's Monasticon anglicanum, by John Stevens (1722-23)" This handsome 1849 edition is a reissue of Bohn's 1846 edition, with the greater part of the copper plates executed by John Coney, from sketches made by him expressly for the work. All the engravings are present. Volume 1 has 57 plates (of 58 wanted) but the 'missing' plate of a Benedictine Nun is to be found in Volume 2, facing page 451); Vol. 2 has 38 plates of 37 wanted (the "Nun" plate); Vol. 3 has 17 plates, of which two are in-text woodcuts; Vol. 4 has 14 plates; Vol. 5 has 18 plates; Vol. 6, part 1 has 34, Vol. 6, part 2 has 22; and Vol. 6, part 3 has 45 plates. Moderate rubbing along edges and joints. Previous owner's armorial bookplate on inside of each front cover (John Hopton of Can-Frome, in the count. Bookseller Inventory # 39751

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Item Description: Longman Hurst Rees Orme & Brown. -30, 1817. New Ed. Enriched with a Large Accession of Materials Now First Printed from Leiger Books, Chartularies, Rolls, and Other Documents Preserved in the National Archives, Public Libraries, and Other Repositories; The History of Each Religious Foundation in English Being Prefixed to its Respective Series of Latin Charters by John Caley, Henry Ellis and Rev. Bulkeley Bandinel. 6 vols. in 8. Folio. 6 Architectural half titles after Hollar, 26 plans, 216 plates with over 50 double page, 2 letterpress plates, numerous historiated initial letters. [Lacking pp.873-6]. Very light sporadic browning, generally a crisp clean set, C20th gilt lettered morocco backed cloth, very minor fading to spines. With 4pp. Subscribers The plates mainly drawn and engraved by John Coney especially for this edition, the chief of the 50 odd prints of after Hollar re-engraved.‘Enriched with a Large Accession of Materials Take from Leiger Books, Chartularies, Rolls, and Other Documents Preserved in the National Archives, Public Libraries, and Other Repositories; The History of each Religious Foundation in English Being Prefixed to its Respective Series of Latin Charters. By John Caley, Sir Henry Ellis and The Rev. Bulkeley Bandinel.’Sir William Dugdale (1605–1686), antiquary and herald. ODNB ‘. The scale of his operations was greater than any previous endeavour, and its achievements were astonishing, especially in view of the disorder of the records from which he worked. Monasticon Anglicanum opened up a new area of historical research, and provided the foundations for such future investigations as Henry Wharton's Anglia Sacra (1691) and Thomas Tanner's Notitia Monastica (1695) .’ US$2145. Bookseller Inventory # 250389

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Dugdale, William:

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Item Description: London: James Bohn, 1846. Set of 8 large matching hb volumes, size 27 x 39cm, in black period half morocco with deep mauve pebble effect cloth boards & top edge gilt. Spines have 5 raised bands with gilt titles & gilt volume nos. All bindings tight, all plates present except for Benedictine Nun in Vol. I. and with no inscriptions. All tight, bright and clean - a very attractive set. **Very heavy set - please contact bookseller for P&P costs**. Bookseller Inventory # 9401

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Item Description: Hodgkinson / Warren, 1655-61, 1655. Book Condition: Used - Very Good. . Volumes 1 and 2 (of 3 published). Both first editions; vol. 1 printed in 1655 in London by Hodgkinson, volume 2 in 1661, also in London, by Warren. Recent full calf, with raised bands, also preserving most of the front and rear panels of an erlier binding. The earlier panels have some attractive tooling in blind and in gilt. Internally very sound, with minor wrinkling and a little edge loss to initial and final leaves. V.1: Frontis. (double page), 1151 pp., 50 plates (many fold-out, others full-page). V. 2: 1057 pp., 17 plates. Bookseller Inventory # S66301

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DUGDALE, William [1605-1686]. DODSWORTH, Roger.

Published by Londini, Empensis Christopheri Wilkinson, Thomæ Dring, & Caroli Harper, in . Fleet-street:, 1682.

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Item Description: Londini, Empensis Christopheri Wilkinson, Thomæ Dring, & Caroli Harper, in . Fleet-street:, 1682. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Extensive title: Sive Pandectæ Coenobiorum Benedictinorum Cluniacensium Cisterciensium Carthusianorum A primordiis ad eorum usque dissolutionem Ex MSS. Codd. Ad Monasteria olim pertinentibus; Archivis Turrium Londinensis, Eboracensis; Curiarum Scaccarii, Augmentationum; Bibliothecis Bodleianâ; Coll. Reg. Coll. Bened. Arundellianâ, Cottonianâ, Seldenianâ, Hattonianâ aliisque digesti. Volume I - Editio Secunda auctior & Emendatior. Folio, 34 cms. pp [28] including half-title and title-page printed in red and black, decorative engraved title by Hollar, [1] description of Canterbury, [1] blank with plates between pages 18 & 19, 1159, [1] blank, mispaginated at page 691. With 62 leaves of plates, illustrating the habits of the orders, views, a double-page plan, a full-page plan and fine illustrations of the buildings mostly by Daniel King and with a fold-out map of Thanet and a number of text figures including illustrations of seals and armorials. Marginal tear in leaf Q affecting catchword but not text, two other leaves have small pieces missing from lower corners. Divisional title leaf between pp 950 & 951. Volume II - Monastici Anglicani Volumen Alterum, de Canonicis Regularibus Augustinianus, Scilicet Hospitalariis, Templariis, Gilbertinis, Præmonstratensibus, & Maturinis sive Trinitarianis. Cum Appendice Ad Volumen Primum de C¿nobiis aliquot Gallicanis, Hibernicis, & Scoticis: Necnon quibus-dam Anglicanis antea omissis. Typis Aliciæ Warren, anno Domini: 1661. pp [22], 72, 71-94, 87-732 (pages 617-620 numbered as 627-630), 735-828, [6], 831-1057 (page 855 numbered as 857 & page 890 numbered as 900), [1] blank, [56] indexes. Main title printed in red and black, divisional titles to each section. 18 leaves of copper plates signed by Wenceslaus Hollar, 6 of which are double-page and 1 a fold-out. Volume III - Monastici Anglicani, Volumen Tertium et Ultimum [etc]. Savoy [i.e. London]: Excudebat Tho. Newcomb, & Prostant Venales Ab. Roper, Joh. Martin, & Hen. Herring-man ad Signa-Solis in Fleetstreet, Campanæ C¿meterio Paulino, & Anchoræ Bursa Nova: 1673. pp [2] blank, [6] title, lectori, 392, [1] Errata sic Corrige, [1] blank, 218 (some in black letter). And with 29 plates engraved by Hollar, of which 26 are double-page, 1 copper engraving in the text at p 368 as well as decorative head-pieces. Paper browned in parts mainly in volume I and in volume III very fresh. Early sprinkled brown calf, red sprinkled edges, seven compartments within blind ruled raised bands, letter-pieces gilt. Endpapers cracked over inner hinges in volumes I & II but still very firm on cords, partial cracking to joints. GROSS 613. GROSS & GRAVES 1147 'A valuable collection'. READ 2068. WING 2485, 2483 & 2486. ESTC R1439, R211977 & R211980. A very good complete set of this classic in a good contemporary binding. Three volumes. Bookseller Inventory # 3502

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William Dugdale and John Stevens

Published by R. Harbin; for D. Browne and J. Smith in Exeter-Change; G. Strahan in Cornhill; W. Taylor in Pater-noster-row; R. Gosling; in Fleet-street; W. Mears, J. Browne and F.Clay without Temple-bar and the second and third volumes are printed Jos. Smith, Tho. Taylor, Luke Stokoe, John Senex, W. Taylor, T. Meighan, J. Batley and Johnston, W. Bray, R. King and Tho. Cox (1718)

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Item Description: R. Harbin; for D. Browne and J. Smith in Exeter-Change; G. Strahan in Cornhill; W. Taylor in Pater-noster-row; R. Gosling; in Fleet-street; W. Mears, J. Browne and F.Clay without Temple-bar and the second and third volumes are printed Jos. Smith, Tho. Taylor, Luke Stokoe, John Senex, W. Taylor, T. Meighan, J. Batley and Johnston, W. Bray, R. King and Tho. Cox, 1718. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Three volumes rebound using original boards, full leather, raised bands on spine. Bindings are firm and square and contents are clean and bright and white. Volume one has some foxing to first few endpapers and some off-setting on title page. Bookplate on first pastedown of all volumes. We will send photos upon request. Bookseller Inventory # 023880

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Monasticon Anglicanum: Dugdale, Sir William

Dugdale, Sir William

Published by Richard Hodgkinsonne 1655, 1661, & 1673, London (1655)

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Item Description: Richard Hodgkinsonne 1655, 1661, & 1673, London, 1655. First Edition. 3 volumes, folio, contemporary leather, modern rebacking in leather, new endsheets, illustrated with engraved pre title, some text illustrations and 108 plates many folding, [40], 1151; 3, [14], 2, 1057; [6], 378, 218, [379-392 first index in volume 3] pp. Leather scuffed in places, one plate missing top half, a second possibly missing bottom portion of plate, but image appears complete, another plate upside down, some soiling, foxing and normal aging, a few pages with tears, but not affecting text; overall nice set of a very rare first edition. William Dugdale (1605-1681) was born at the Shustoke rectory to an old Lancashire family, and was educated at the King Henry VIII School in Coventry. As a young man, he showed an inclination for antiquarian studies, and through a relationship with Sir Christopher Hatton was commissioned to make exact drafts of all the churches in England in 1641. After a visit to France in 1648 he continued his antiquarian studies in London, and collaborated with Richard Dodsworth on his Monasticon Anglicanum, which was published in 1655, 1661, and 1673. It has been reported that Dugdale himself sold copies to booksellers who passed them along to a small, but appreciative audience. The work provided a history of the various orders in England, and an account of the individual monasteries. While other major editions of this work were published in 1693, 1718 and 1846, because each volume was published separately, it is very difficult to find a complete set of the first edition. It is difficult to determine the right number of plates for this edition, but it appears this set has 108. The 1718 edition seems to have a larger number of plates. Dugdale's other major works include Antiquaries of Warwichshire (1656) and History of St. Paul's Cathedral (1658). The set includes a letter dated November 30, 1956 from a bookseller acknowledging the sale of the set to a buyer. Extra postage required. Bookseller Inventory # 100193

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Item Description: Londini : typis Richardi Hodgkinsonne, M.DC.LV. [1655-73.], 1655. Folio. Three volumes. First editions. Vol. I [44], 576, 585-92, 577-584, 593-1151p, [1] with 62 plates and additional engraved title and the folding map pf the Isle of Thanet. Vol. II Londini, Typis Aliciae Warren, anno Domini MDCLXI [1661] [22], 72, 71-94, 87-732, 735-828, [6], 831-1057pp, [57] p., 17 plates. Vol. III Savoy : Execudebat Tho. Newcomb, & Prostant Venales Ab. Roper, Joh. Martin, & Hen. Herringman . MDCLXXIII. [1673.] [6], 378, 119, 130-218, 379-392pp, [2]. 28 plates. Latin text, that of Vol. III in two columns. Uniformly bound in fine 19th century dark blue morocco. The boards panelled with rolls and further gilt decoration, the spines with raised bands and gilt in the panels, lettered in two panels and with the dates at the foot. All edges gilt, gilt edges to the boards and gilt inner dentelles. One or two excellent paper repairs including a small panel of blank paper inserted to the first volume title, presumably where an early owner's signature was excised. Minor scuffs to the leather, mostly at the joints. A fine set with 107 plates of 110,bound without the portrait and one or two plates. It seems quite usual to find volumes with different numbers of plates present and the much of the stock of Vol. III was destroyed in a fire, making complete sets scarce. There is a mutilated ex dono inscription dated 1656 in Vol. I, after which the set spent some time in a continental monastic library. Bookseller Inventory # 6807

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Dugdale, William & Roger Dodsworth.

Published by Hodgkinsonne., London. (1655)

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Item Description: Hodgkinsonne., London., 1655. 4to. Fairly recent full leather. Vol 1&2 only (of 3). Photographs and further details about the condition of the book can be obtained by email by contacting bookseller. Bookseller Inventory # WD072

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Item Description: Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Illustrated with engraved frontispiece and approximately 165 full-page plates of the great English cathedrals, several of them folding. The majority of the plates are engraved by Wenceslaus Hollar. Folio. 4 volumes bound in full early 19th century blue morocco, gilt border on covers and gilt lettering on spine. The set includes both the 1655 first edition of the first volume: Londini, Typis Richardi Hodgkinsonne 1655; and the expanded 1682 second edition of the first volume: Londini, Impensis Christopheri Wilkinson . . . and Caroli Harper . . . 1682. The set is completed with the 1661 first edition of the second volume: Londini, Typis Alicie Warren 1661; and the 1683 second edition of the third volume: Londini, Prostant apud Robertum Scott Bibliopolam 1683. Monasticon Angelicanum recounts the history of the various orders in England as well as all the individual monasteries. The surviving foundation charters, and charters relating to the growth of the monastery, are printed in full, and all known benefactions of land made to the monastery are recorded. It established for the first time the importance of charters as a primary source for the writing of medieval history, and as a source for understanding the legal practice and aspects of the feudal system relating to conditions of tenure. It also established for the first time since the Reformation the importance of monasteries and the scale of their territorial possessions. In Elizabethan and Jacobean times monasteries had been a reviled institution, associated only with superstition, idleness, and all the faults of the old religion. Dugdale established monastic history as a legitimate subject of study. Dugdale’s “place in the annals of historical scholarship is an honourable one. His speciality was the retrieval of factual information relating to the great institutions of the middle ages: the monasteries, the legal system, and the aristocracy. The scale of his operations was greater than any previous endeavour, and its achievements were astonishing, especially in view of the disorder of the records from which he worked. Monasticon Anglicanum opened up a new area of historical research, and provided the foundations for such future investigations.” ODNB. One of the most important works of original historical research published in Great Britain or Europe during the 17th century. Some moderate foxing; some pages darkened; o/w Fine. A very beautiful set. Bookseller Inventory # 6304

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Item Description: London, R. Harbin [etc.], 1718 [and] London: Thomas Taylor [etc.], 1722-23. 3 vols., folio, vol. I, t/p printed in red and black, xvi, 375, (9, index); vol. II, t/p printed in red and black, [xii], 538, (2, index); vol. III, t/p printed in red and black, (2), 279, 388 (appendix), (6, index) pp. With an engraved general title-page to vol. I, 103 engraved plates in vol. I including 24 double-page, 20 engraved plates in vol. II including 4 double-page, and 31 engraved plates in vol. III including one folding. In all, one engraved title and 154 plates including 28 double-page and 1 folding. Contemporary red morocco, backstrips richly gilt, gilt edges, corners and headcaps a bit worn as usual for folios, a glorious set with an astonishing provenance. Large-paper copy, from the collections of MacCarthy-Reagh, Duc de Noailles, Rosebery, Lynde, McLaughlin, and Bernard Breslauer; Jonathan Hill cat. 200 #228 (sold to a private collector, CA). A beautiful set of the first abridged edition of this magnificent work on English churches and religious orders, profusely illustrated with views of the churches and the habits of the various orders of monks and nuns. Collations are haphazard for this set, with copies at auction recorded with 140-150 plates; this copy has 154 and is quite complete. Lowndes notes: "An excellent epitome" and calls for 151 plates, giving a full collation of all the plates and erratic pagination. The difference may be attributable to not counting some double-page plates. Bookseller Inventory # 106784

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