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and etched by the author, with an engraved |1817. In two parts. Part i. containing title-page; a list of plates, 4 pages ; descrip- Roman Antiquities discovered in the County tion of the plates, 38 pages ; index and errata, of Gloucester. Part ii. Remains of Roman

military Ensigns, discovered near StonyFigures of Mosaic Pavements Stratford Bucks, and Barkway, Herts. This discovered near Frampton in Dor- volume consists of 42 plates, not including setshire. Lond. 1808. imperial folio. engraved title, lists of plates &c. which

. In it was affixed Collation.-Seven coloured plates, drawn an advertisement in which the editor states by the author, and engraved by J. War- that, .finding by the last act of parlianer, with a coloured title-page; a list of ment for the Encouragement of Learnplates, also an account of a discovery of | ing, he would be liable to the very heavy Mosaic Pavements, which latter consists of 6

tax of eleven copies for the public Libraries, piges

he is under the necessity of omitting such Remains of a Roman Villa (viz. the letter-press) descriptions. Vol. III. discovered at Bignor in Sussex. 1817. Remains of a Roman Villa discovered London, 1815. inperial folio.

at Bignor in Sussex. This volume contains

32 plates, besides five others containing titles This volume contains 32 plates, also

and list of plates, also 10 pages of letter3 others, for title and list of plates, also å letter press description, taken from the press, reprinted from the Archäologia. Archæologia.

Plan and seven Views (finely - Reliquiæ Britannico-Romanæ, coloured) of Hampton Court Palace, containing Figures of Roman Anti- with an Account of Hampton Court quities discovered in various Parts Palace (from Lysons' Middlesex of England. Lond. 1813-7. colom- Parishes). folio.

On the title of the letter-press description This splendid work, published at 481. 6s. (consisting of nine leaves) is a coloured view tondsts of 156 plates, many of which are on

of Part of Hampton Court Palace from the w boule sheets, and most of them beautifully Garden.' It is said that only 10 copies of coloured. The following note appears at the this volume were taken off separately in folio. codelusion of the advertisement of the first A copy in a bookseller's recent catalogue was volume. 'Only 200 copies of the whole work marked 31. 3s. have been printed off, and most of the plates Lyster, Thomas. Fragments, are cancelled ; not with the view of making a taken out of a Manuscript, pen'd by scarce book, but from the great difficulty of eeting, even that number properly coloured T. L. in the 80th Year of his Age, under the editor's inspection.:' Collation.- | 1714. Printed in the Year 1714.8vo. Vol. I. 1813. In four Parts. Part i. Figures Pp. 15, with a portrait of Tho. Lyster of Mosaic Pavements dicovered at Horkstow Philomath: Ætat; suæ 63. A.D. 1698,' by in Lincolnshire. Seven plates, not including R. White. an engraved title, with 4 pages of letter press descriptions, and a list of the plates. The Blessings of Eighty-eight, with divine Part ii. Remains of two Temples and other Poems and Meditations. Lond. 1698. 8vo. Ronan Antiquities discovered at Bath. Thir- with a portrait of Lyster by White. teen, not twelve, plates, not including the Lyte, Henry. The Light of enerated title, with letter-press description, Britayne, a Recorde of the honorable

pages; and list of plates, one leaf. Part iii. Figures of Mosaic Pavements discovered near

Originall and Antiquitie of Britaine. Frampton in Dorsetshire. Seven plates, not London, 1588. 8vo. including engraved title, also letter-press

Dedicated to Queen Elizabeth. Lond. description, 6 pages, and list of plates, one

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. Part iv. Roman Antiquities disco- of this reprint by Mr. Upcott two copies Tered in Kent, Cheshire, Durham, Lan

were struck off on vellum. An account of cashire, Cumberland, Somersetshire, Nor- this most excellent scholar in several sorts thamptonshire and Wiltshire. Ten plates, of learning' and of his curious works, sewith 4 pages of letter-press descriptions, also veral of which are in ms. in the university the printed title and list of plates, 2 leaves. library of Oxford, will be found in Wood's At the commencement of the volume are

Athen. Oxon. two titles, one engraved, the other printed ;


The most royan engraved dedication to George Prince ally ennobled Genealogie of James, Regent, also an advertisement and con

The copy of this volume in the by the Grace of God, King of Great royal library in the British Museum has Brittaine, France and Ireland, &c. duplicate plates, differently coloured. Vol. II. London.



An engraving in forma patenti.' This printed. "A treatise to which infidelity has genealogy the author did dedicate to his never been able to fabricate a specious anmajesty, who, after a long and serious pe- swer.'- Dr. Johnson. rusal of it, gave the said author his picture in Letters from a Persian in England to his gold, set with diamonds, with gracious Friend at Ispahan. 12mo. 2 vols. Frethanks. Charles Prince of Wales (afterwards quently reprinted. K. Ch. I.) was so exceedingly taken with it, Dialogues of the Dead. The fourth Edithat he gave the author his picture in gold | tion, corrected. To which are added, four also. Camden had the perusal of it, and new Dialogues. London, 1765. 8vo. 3s. Dr. underneath (the original) wrote with his own Johnson deemed this work a nugatory perhand about six verses in commendation of it formance, and observed. That man sat down and the author.'--Ant. d Wood.

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1774. 4to. Roxburghe, 6980, 19s.-AddiJohnson observed that his Lordship was

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