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The Rev. G. Millers in his Description of Ely Cathedral has given “ A Sketch of the principal Characteristics of English Church Ar. chitecture, in the several ages into which it is usually divided : with a few Introductory Remarks to the whole; and subjoined to each Part, an Enumeration of the Specimens now to be seen at

Ely, of the Work of that Age to which it relates." Appended to Sir Richard Colt Hoare's translation of Giraldus Cambrensis is & Dissertation on the Progress of the Architecture of

Britain, with illustrative Plates. Observations on the Varieties of Architecture, used in the Structure

of Parish Churches: To which is added a Description of the Characteristics of the Saxon, Norman, and pointed Arch Styles; List of Churches now remaining, built by the Saxons; an Account of Bishops and others who were Architects; and the contemporary Architecture of the various Periods. By James SAVAGE. Octavo,

77 pages. Lond. 1812. Munimenta Antiqua; or, Observations on ancient Castles ; including

Remarks on the whole Progress of Architecture, Ecclesiastical as well as Military, in Great Britain ; and on the corresponding Changes in Manners, Laws, and Customs; tending both to illastrate Modern History, and to elucidate many interesting Passages in various ancient Classic Authors. By EDWARD KING, Esq. F.R.S. and A.S. In Four Volumes. Folio. Lond. 1799, 1801,

1804, and 1805. The Ancient Architecture of England.-The Orders of Architecture

during the British, Roman, Saxon, and Norman #ras. By John CARTER, F.A S. Architect. Folio, Lond. 1795-1816.-Twentyeight Numbers, forming the First Volume, and Seven Numbers of

the Second, are the only portions of the work published. The Architectural Antiquities of Great Britain represented and illus. trated in a Series of Views, Elevations, Plans, Sections, and De tails of various ancient English Edifices; with Historical and De. scriptive Accounts of each. By JOHN BRITTON, F.S.A. n Four

Volumes. Medium quarto. Lond. 1807-1814. A List of the principal Castles and Monasteries in Great Britain. By

JANES MOORE, Esq. F.A.S. Octavo. Lond. 1798. The Antiquities of England and Wales. By Francis GROSE, Esq.

F.A.S. with Supplement. lo Six Voluines. Imperial quarto.

Lond. 1773–1777. Beauties of Antiquity: or Remnants of Feudal Splendour and Monas

tic Times. By J. Hassell. Engraved in Aquatinta. In Two

Parts. Royal octavo. Lond. 1807. Morastic and Baronial Remains, with other interesting Fragments of

Antiquity, in England, Wales, and Scotland. By G. J. PARKYNS,

Esq. In Two Volumes. Plates. Royal octado. Lond. 1816. English Connoisseur; containing an Account of whatever is curious

in Painting, Sculpture, &c. in the Palaces and Seats of the Nobility, In Two Volumes. Duodecimo. Lond. 1766.

Specimens Specimens of the ancient Sculpture and Painting nox remaining in

this Kingdom, from the earliest Period to the Reign of Henry VIII. consisting of Statues, Basso-relievos, Brasses, &c. Paintings on Glass and on Walls, &c. A Description of each Subject, some of which by Gentlemen of literary Abilities, and well versed in the Antiquities of this Kingdom, whose Names are prefixed to their Essays. This work is designed to shew the Rise and Progress of Sculpture and Painting in England: to explain obscure and doubtful Parts of History, and preserve the Portraits of great and eminent Person. ages. The Drawings made from the original Subjects, and engraved by John Carter. In Two Volumes. Folio. Lond.

1780-1787. Engravings of the principal Mosaic Pavements, which have been dis

covered in the course of the last and present Centuries, in various Parts of Great Britain ; also Engravings of several Subjects in Stained Glass, in the Windows of the Cathedrals of York, Lincoln, &c. Each impression is accurately coloured after the original Subject of the respective Plates, by WILLIAM FOWLER of Winterton, in the

County of Lincoln. folio. The Antiquaries Museum; illustrating the ancient Architecture,

Painting, and Sculpture of Great Britain, from the Time of the Saxons to the Introduction of the Grecian and Roman Architecture by Inigo Jones, in the Reign of King James I. By Jacob SchnEBBELIE, Draughtsman to the Society of Antiquaries of London.

Quarto. Lond. 1791. Relics of Antiquity: or Remains of Ancient Sculpture in Great Bri

tain; with Descriptive Sketches. By J. PROUT. Quarto and Iin.

perial quarto. Lond. 1812. The Antiquarian and Topographical Cabinet; containing Five hun.

dred Views of the most interesting Objects of Curiosity in Great Britain, accompanied with Letter-press Descriptions. In Ten Volumes. Drawn and Engraved by J. STORER and J. GREIG.

Foolscap and demy octavo. Lond. 1806-1812. Ancient Reliques; or, Delineations of Monastic, Castellated, and

Domestic Architecture, anıl other interesting Subjects; with Historical and Descriptive Sketches. Drawn and engraved by JAMES STORER and J. Greig. In Two Volumes. Foolscap and demy

octavo. Lond. 1812. The Antiquarian Itinerary; comprising Specimens of Architecture, Monastic, Castellated, and Domestic; with otiser Vestiges of Antiquity in Great Britain ; acconipanied by Descriptions. Foolscap octavo. 1817.-Now in course of publication in Monibly Num. bers, of which there are copies in Demy octavo. Border Antiquities of England and Scotland; comprising Specimens

of Architecture and Sculpture, and other Vestiges of former Ages; accompanied by Descriptions, together with Ilustrations, of remarkable Incidents in Border History and Tradition. By WALTER Scott, Esq. Illustrated by nearly One hundred Engravings of the inost interesting Subjects of Antiquity still remaining on the Borders. Io Two Volumes. Quarto. Lond. 1917,


Buck's Antiquities; or Venerable Remains of above 400 Castles, Monasteries, Palaces, &c. &c. in England and Wales, with near 100 Views of Cities and chief Towns. By Messrs. SAMUEL and NATHANIEL Buck, who were employed upwards of Thirty-two Years in the Undertaking. In Three Volumes. Folio. Lond. 1774. Portraits in Mezzotinto of the two Brotbers are prefixed.

*** Originally printed in Six thin Volumes. England Delineated: being One hundred and fifty-two Views of an

cient Buildings, Ruins, Cities, &c. with Letter-press Descriptions.

In Two Volumes. Royal octavo. 1804. Antiquities of Great Britain, illustrated in Views of Monasteries, Cas

tles, and Churches now existing. Engraved by WILLJAM BYRNE from Drawings made by Thomas Hearne. In Two Voluines.

Oblong folio. Lond. 1786-1807. . Collection of One hundred and twenty Views of ancient Buildings in

England, drawn and etched by J. CARTER. In Six Volumes.

Duodecimo. Lond. 1786. Vitruvius Britannicus: or, The British Architect; containing the

Planá, Elevations, and Sections of the regular Buildings, both public and private, in Great Britain, with Variety of new De. signs. With three hundred Plates, engraven by the best Hands, and drawn either from the Buildings themselves, or the original Designs of the Architects. By COLEN CAMPBELL, JOHN WOOLFE, and JAMES GANDON. In Five Volumes. Folio. Lond. 1715,

1717, 1725, 1767, and 1771. The New Vitruvius Britannicus; consisting of Plans and Elevations

of Modern Buildings, public and private, erected in Great Britain by the most celebrated Architects, engraven on LXXI Plates from original Drawings, by GEORGE RICHARDSON, Architect. Folio.

Lond. 1802. Plans, Elevations, and Sections of Noblemen and Gentlemen's Houses;

also of Stabling, Bridges, public and private, Temples and other Garden Buildings, executed in the Counties of Derby, Durham, Lincoln, Middlesex, Northumberland, Nottingham, York, Essex, Wilts, Hertford, Suffolk, Salop, and Surrey. By JAMES PAINE, Architect. In Two Volunies, with 176 Plates. Folio. Lond.

1783. Plans, Elevations, and Sections of Buildings executed in the Coun.

ties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Yorkshire, Wiltshire, Warwickshire, Staffordshire, Somersetshire, &c. by John SOANE, Architect, on 47 Plates. Folio. Lond. 1789. Plans and Views of Buildings executed in England and Scotland, in

the Castellated and other Styles. By R. LUGAR, Architect. Engraved in Aquatinta on Thirty-two Plates. Royal quarto. Lond.

1811. Britannia Illustrata; or Views of several of the Queen's Palaces, as also of the principal Seats of the Nobility and Gentry, drawn by L. KNYFF, and engraved by J. KIP, BADESLADE, &c. Four Volumes, Folio. Lond. 1709-1736.

The *** The two first Volumes were published with a French Title,

by Joseph Smith, near Exeter Change, and republished in

1724. The Virtuosis Museum ; containing Select Views in England, Scot

Jand, and Ireland. Drawn by P. Sandby, Esq. R.A. Oblong quartm. Lond. 1778.--Afterwards republished under the follow

ing Title: A Collection of One Hundred and Fifty Select Views in England, Scotland, and Ireland, Drawn by P. SANDBY, Esq. R.A. In

Two Volumes. Oblong quarto. 1781. The Seats of the Nobility and Gentry, in a Colllection of the most

interesting and picturesque Views, engraved by W. Walts, from Drawings by the most eminent Artists; with Descriptions of each

View. Oblong quarto. Lond. 1779 - 1786. Select Views in Great Britain, engraved by S. MIDDIMAN, from

Pictures and Drawings by the most eminent Artists; wiih Descrip

tions. Oblong quarto. Lond. 1784-1813. Picturesque Views and Antiquities of Great Britain, engraved by S.

MIDDIMAN. Quarto. Select Views of the principal Seats of the Nobility and Gentry in

England and Wales from original Pictures and Drawings. En

graved by William Angus. Oblong quarto. Lond. 1787. Picturesque Views of the principal Seats of the Nobility and Gentry in England and Wales, with their Descriptions. Oblong quarto.

Lond. 1787-8. Delices de la Grande Bretagne : being Engravings of English Land.

scapes after the principal English Painters. By WILLIAM BIRCH,

Enainel Painter, Hampstead Heath. Oblong quarto. Lond. 1791. New Print Magazine; being Views of Gentlemen's Seats in England

and Wales. Quarto. 1796. The Copper-plate Magazine: or Cabinet of Picturesque Engravings ;

comprising all the most interesting View's in England, Scotland, Irelanci, and Wales. Engraved by J. WALKER, &c. In Five

Volumes. Oblong quarto. Lond. The Itinerant: A Select Collection of interesting and picturesque

Views in Great Britain and Ireland. Folio. Lond. 1799. Picturesque Views of Churches and other Buildings, from original

Drawings by J. C. Barrow, F.S.A. Engraved in Aquatinta by

G. J. Parkins. Folio. Lond. Not completed. A Descriptive and Historical Account of various Palaces and Public

Buildings, English and Foreign; with Biograpbical Notices of their Founders or Builders, and other eminent Persons. With ,

Plates. By James Norris Brewer. Quarto. Lond. 1810. Picturesque Scenery of Great Britain, by P. J. De LUUTHERBOURG,

in Colours. Large folio. Lond. 1801. The Romantic and Picturesque Scenery of England and Wales, from Doo wings made expressly for this Undertaking by P. J. De


LOUTHERBOURG, Esq. R.A. with Historical and Descriptive Ács counts of the several Places, of which Views are given, engraved by William Pickett, and coloured by John Clack. Large folio. 1805.

COINS. Essay on the Coins of Cunobelin. By Dr. Samuel Pegge. Quarto.

Lond. 1766. Dissertation upon the Tascia, or Legend on the Coins of Cunobelin

and others by JOHN PETTINGAL, D.D. Quarto. 1763. In the

Archæologia. Twenty-three Plates of British Coins. By WILLIAM STUKELEY, M.D.

and published by FLEMING. Quarto. The Medallic History of Marcus Aurelius Valerius Carausius, Emperor in Britain.

By WILLIAM STUKELEY, M.D. In Two Volumes. Quarto. Lond. 1757. Dissertation on the Coins of the Emperor Carausius. By PATRICK

KENNEDY. Quarto. Lond. 1756. Dissertation upon Oriuna, said to be Empress or Queen of England,

the supposed Wife of Carausius, Monarch and Emperor of Britain, who reigned in the Time of Diocletian the great persecutor of Christians. Jllustrated with the Coin of Oriuna, and several others most remarkable of Carausius, hitherto not made public. By PATRICK

KENNEDY. Quarto. 1751. The Connexion of the Roman, Saxon, and English Coins, deduced

from Observations on the Saxon Weights and Money. By WilLIAM CLARKE, M.A. Rector of Buxted, and Residentiary of Chi

chester. Quarto. Lond. 1767. A Catalogue of the Coins of Canute, King of Denmark and Englands

with Specimens. Quarto. Lond. 1777. Numismata Anglo-Saxoncia et Anglo-Danica breviter Flii strata ab

ANDREA FOUNTAINB, Esq. Aur. Plates. Folio. Oxon. 1703.

In the Third part of Hickes's Thesaurus. An Historical Account of English Money, from the Conquest to the

present Times ; including those of Scotland, from the Union of the two Kingdoms in King James 1. The Second Edition, by STEPHEN Martin Leake, Esq. Clarenceux King of Arms. Octato. Lond.

1745. Reprinted in 1793. Remarks on the Coinage of England, from the Earliest to the pre

sent Times. To which is added an Appendix, containing Obser. vations upon the Ancient Roman Coinage, and a Description of some Medals and Coins found near Nottingham. By WALTER

MERREY. Octavo. Nottingham, 1794. Annals of the Coinage of Britain and its dependencies, frow the

earliest peried of Authentic History, to the end of the Fiftieth year of the Reign of his present Majesty King George III. By the Rev. Rogers RUDING, B.D. Vicar of Maldon in Surrey, F.S.A. &c. In Four Volumes. Qwarto. Lond. 1817.


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