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Bulwer, E. L.—Athens, its Rise and Fall, with Views of the Literature, Philosophy, and Social Life of the Athenian People. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1837.

Burgmair, H.—The Wise King, or the Deeds of the Emperor Maximilian I.

Der Weiss Kunig. Eine Erzehlung von den Thaten Kaiser Maximilian I. von Marc Treitzsaurwein. (Many remarkable woodcuts.) Small folio. Vienna, 1775.

Images de Saints et Saintes issus de la famille de l'Empereur

Maximihen I. (119 cuts.) Large 4to. Vienna, 1799.

Carter, J.—Specimens of English Ecclesiastical Costume, from the earliest period down to the sixteenth century. Selected from Sculptures, Paintings, and Brasses, remaining in this kingdom. Extracted from the new edition of Fosbrooke's British Monachism. 8vo. London, 1817.

Costume.—The Miroir de la Mode. 4to. London, 1803. •• «'

Petit Courrier des Dames, Journal des Modes. 1833 to 1837.

10 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1833-37.

German National and Peasant Costume, &c.

Deutsche Volkstrachten. 50 coloured plates. 8vo. Leipzig, n. d.

The Book of Costume; or, Annals of Fashion, from the earliest

period to the present time, by a Lady of rank. Illustrated with 200 wood engravings. New edition. Royal 8vo. London, 1847.

See Ancient, Ecclesiastical, Fashions, Medieval, NorMan, Oriental, Peasant, And Renaissance Costume.

Day And Dines.—Illustrations of Medieval Costume in England.

Collected from MSS. in the British Museum, Bibliothèque Nationale

de Paris, &c. Small 4to. London, n. d.

Ducas, T.—The Travels of Theodore Ducas, in various countries in

Europe, at the revival of Letters and Art. Edited by Charles Mills. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1822. Dugdale, Sir W.—Monasticon Anglicanum, or the History of the

ancient Abbies, and other Monasteries, Hospitals, Cathedral, and

Collegiate Churches, in England and Wrales. With Sculptures of

the various Religious Habits. 3 vols, in 1, small folio.

London, 1693.

Ecclesiastical Costume. See Albani, Carter, Dugdale, FiaLetti, Fosbroke, Helyot, Jameson, Knight, Malliot And Martin, Montfaucon, Picard, Pugin, Russian Empire, Schoonebeek, Du Sommerard.

Emblems Of The Saints. See Husenbeth, Jameson.

Engel. See Siddons.

Eulenspiegel.—Tyll Eulenspiegel's Wonderful Relations, very interesting to read,

Der Wiedererstandene Eulenspiegel, das ist wunderbare und seltsame Historien Tyll Eulenspiegels, eines Bauern Sohn, gebiirtig aus dem Lande zu Braunschweig; sehr Kurzweilig zu lesen. 12mo. (Manyplates). Stuttgart, 1839.

Fashions. — The Miroir de la Mode, 1803, vol. 1. 4to. London, 1803.

See also Costume, Wahlen.

Fialetti, O.—The Religious Orders and their Costumes.

Briefve Histoire de l'Institution des Ordres Religieux. Avec les
Figures de leurs Habits, gravées sur le cuivre par Odoart
Fialetti. Small 4to. Paris, 1658.

Fosbboke, Rev. T. D.—British Monachism; or, Manners and Customs of the Monks and Nuns of England. 8vo. London,

1843.

Fragonard, A.—Recueil de divers sujets dans le style Grec. Accompagnés d'explications. (Figure subjects). Folio. Paris, 1815.

Fricke And Hoffmann.— Book of Fasbions for Architects, Builders,
Sculptors, Upholsterers, &c.

Neue Berliner Mode-Zeitung fur Bau-und Mobcl Tischler, Archi-
tekten, Bildhauer, Vergolder, Drechsler, Tapezierer, etc.
4to. Berlin, 1853, et seq.

Georgii, Fr. A.A.—Thibet Alphabet, with an Account of the Manners
and Superstitions of the People, &c.
Alphabetum Tibetanum Missionum Apostolicarum commodo
editum. Praemissa est disquisitio qua de vario litterarum ac
regionis nomine, gentis origine, moribus, superstitione, ac
manichaeismo fuse disseritur. Beausobrii calummae in Sanctum
Augustinum, aliosque ecclesiae patres refutantur. Studio et labore
Fr. Augustini Antonii Georgii eremitae Augustiniani. 4to.
Romae, 1/62.

Guicciardin, L.—Description de touts les Pays-Bas, autrement appellez la Germanie Inférieure, ou Basse Allemagne. Maintenant reveué et augmentée plus que de la moitié par le mesme autheur; avec toutes les Cartes géographicques des dicts pays, et plusieurs pourtraicts de Villes tirez au naturel. Derechef illustrée de plusieurs histoires et narrations remarquables. Avec Indice très ample des choses les plus mémorables. Folio. Amsterdam, 1609.

Hans Sachs.—In the garb of his own time: his poems as they originally appeared, with reproductions of the old woodeuts. Im Gewande seiner zeit. Large 4to. Gotha, 1821.

Heince And Bignon.—Les Portraits des Hommes illustres François, qui sont peints dans la Galerie du Palais Cardinal de Richelieu, avec leurs principales actions, armes, devises, et éloges Latins, ensemble les abrégés historiques de leurs vies, composez par M. de Ulson. Folio. Paris, 1664.

Hefner, J., Von.—Burgkmaier's Tournament.

Hans Burgkmaier's Ïurnier-Buch. Small folio, (coloured

plates). Frankfort, 1853.

Helyot.—Histoire des Ordres monastiques, religieux, et militaires; et des Congrégations seculières de l'un et de l'autre sexe, qui ont esté éstabliés jusqu'à present. 8 vols. 4to. Paris, 1714.

Herbert, J. R.—The Legends of Venice, illustrated by J. R, Herbert. Post4to. London, 1841.

Hermann, K.- H.—The History of the German People, &c., represented in pictures.

Die Geschichte des Deutschen Volkes. Text, 3 vols, in 1, 8vo.; atlas, oblong folio. Gotha, 1852.

Hindoos, The, (in the Library of Entertaining Knowledge). 2 vols. 12mo. London, 1834.

Holbein, H.—The Dance of Death: painted by H. Holbein, and engraved by W. Hollar. Small 8vo. n. d.

Illustrations of the Old Testament.

Icones Historiarum veteris Testamenti. (Small woodcuts).

Small 8vo. Lugduni, 1547.

The Dance of Death. (German). Square 24mo. n.d.

The Dance of Death.

Hans Holbein's Todtentanz in 5.3 getreu nach den Holzschnitten lithographirten blàttern. Ilerausgegeben von J. Schlotthauer, mit erklarendcm texte. Post 8vo. Munich, 1832.

Holinshed, R.—The First and Second Volumes of Chronicles, comprising the Description and History of England, Ireland, and Scotland. First collected and published by Raphaele Holinshed, William Harrison, and others; now newly augmented and continued (with manifold matters of singular note and worthie memorie) to the year 1586, by John Hooker, alias Vowell, gent., and others. With convenient tables at the end of these volumes. 2 vols. folio. 1574-86.

Hope, T.—Costume of the Ancients. 2 vols. in 1, 8vo. London,

1812.

Husenbeth, Rev. F. C.—Emblems of Saints; by which they are distinguished in Works of Art. In two parts. 8vo. London, 1850.

Italy, Spain, And Portugal, with an Excursion to the Monasteries of Alcobaça and Batalha, by the Author of " Vathek." New edition. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1839.

Jameson, Mrs.— Sacred and Legendary Art. 2 vols. Svo. London, 1848.

Legends of the Monastic Orders, as represented in the Fine Arts.

8vo. London, 1H50.

— Legends of the Madonna, as represented in the Fine Arts.

8vo. London, 1852.

Keightley, T.—The Fairy Mythology, illustrative of the Romance and Superstition of various Countries. 8vo. London, 1850.

Knight, C.—Old England; a Pictorial Museum of Regal, Ecclesiastical, Municipal, and Popular Antiquities. I^arge 4to. London,

n. d.

.. Old England's Worthies. A Oallery of Portraits, from authentic

copies, of the most eminent Statesmen, Lawyers, Warriors, Men of Letters and Science, and Artists of our country. Accompanied by full and original Biographies, with illustrative woodcuts, and twelve splendid illuminated engravings. 4to. London, 1847.

Kbause, Dr. J. H.—Angiology. The Drinking Vessels, &c., of the
Ancients, especially of the Greeks and Romans.

Angeiologie. Die Gefàsse der alten Vôlker, insbesondere der
Griechen und Rômer. Aus den Schrift und Bildwerken des
Alterthums in philologischer, archaologischer und technischer
beziehung. 164 diagrams in six lithographic tables. 8vo.
Halle, 1854.

Lacroix And Duchesne.—The History of Boots and Shoes, &c.

Histoire de le Chaussure depuis l'Antiquité à nos jours, &c. Edition enrichie de 250 gravures sur bois, planches coloriées à l'aquarelle, et de planches lithochromiques, en or, argent, et couleurs, par Ferdinand Seré. Royal 8vo. Paris, 1852.

Lacroix And Sere.—The Middle Ages and the Renaissance, Manners and Customs, Sciences and Arts, &c; with fae-simile illustrations. Le Moyen Age et la Renaissance. Histoire et description des mœurs et usages, du commerce et de l'industrie, des sciences, des arts, des littératures, et des beaux arts en Europe. Direction littéraire de M. Paul Lacroix; direction artistique de M. Ferdinand Seré. Dessins fac-similes par M. A. Rivaud. 121. 5 vols. 4to. Paris, 1848-51.

Lane, E. W.—An Account of the Manners and Customs of the Modem Egyptians, written in Egypt during the years 1833-1835. &c. 2 vols. 16mo. London, 1837.

The Arabian Nights Entertuinments; with 600 woodeuts by

William llarvey. New edition, royal 8vo. London, 1853.

Lardner, Dr.—The Cabinet of History; a Treatise on the Arts, Manufactures, Manners, and Institutions of the Greeks and Romans.

2 vols. 12mo. London, 1833.

Leber, M. C.—On Regal Consecration; the Ceremonies, &c.

Des Ceremonies du Sacre, ou recherches historiques et critiques sur les mœurs, les costumes, les institutions, et le droit public des Français, dans l'ancienne monarchie. 8vo. Paris,

1825.

Du Sacre des Rois de France, ou Inauguration de Pharamond,

et exposition des lois fondamentales de la monarchie Française, avec les preuves de leur exécution, perpétuées sous les trois races de nos Rois. Reimprimée sur l'édition de Paris, 1/72. 8vo. Paris,

1822.

Lenoir, Alex.—Musée des Monumens Français; ou déscription historique et chronologique des statues en marbre et en bronze, bas-reliefs et tombeaux des hommes et des femmes célèbres, pour servir à l'histoire de France et à celle de l'Art. Ornée de gravures et augmentée d'une dissertation sur les costumes de chaque siècle. 6 vols.

8vo. Paris, 1800-6.

Lenoir, Alueut. -Statistique Monumentale de Paris; cartes, plans, et dessins. (An important work, published by the French Government. 3rd series, Archœology.) Atlas folio. Paris, n. d.

Lens, Andre.—Le Costume, ou lassai sur les Habillements et les Usages de plusieurs Peuples de l'Antiquité; prouvé par les monuments. 4to. Liege, 1776

Lower, Sir W.—A Relation in form of Journal, of the Voiage and Residence which the most excellent and most mighty Prince Charles II., King of Great Britain, Sec, hath made in Holland, from the 25th of May to the 2 of .lune 1660. Rendered into English out of the original French by Sir William Lower, Knight. Small folio. Hague, 1660.

Lyall, R., M.D.—The Charaoter of the Russians, and a detailed History of Moscow, &c. 4to. London, 1823.

Malliot And Martin.-—Recherches sur les Costumes, les Mœurs, les Usages religieux, civils, et militaires des anciens peuples, &c.

3 vols. 4to. Paris, 1804.

Marti n, C. L.—The Civil Costume of England from the Conquest to the present time, drawn from tapestries, monumental effigies, illuminated MSS., portraits, &c. 4to. London, 1842. Mazois.—Le Palais de Scaurus, ou Description d'une Maison Romaine, 'fragment d'une voyage fait à Rome vers le fin de la République. Par Mérovir, Prince des Suèves. (An imaginary description of a Roman house.) 2nd edition, 8vo. Paris, 1822. Medieval Costume. See Bonnard, Day And Dines, Knight, Lacroix And Seré, Leber, Lenoir, Alb., Malliot And Martin, Meyrick, Planché, Russian Empire, Schott And Hagen, Seré, Shaw, Du Sommerard, Stothard, Strutt, Thomson, Willemin. Merkel, C.—Bible History in Pictures, from the four Evangelists.

Biblische Geschichten in Bildern nach den vier Evangelien. Wood engravings and illuminated letters. 4to. Berlin, 1853.

Merrifield, Mrs.—Dress as a Fine Art. Post 8vo. London,

1S54.

Meyrick, Sir S. R.—A Critical Enquiry into ancient Armour as it existed in Europe, particularly in Great Britain, from the Norman Conquest to the Reign of King Charles II., with a glossary of military terms of the Middle Ages. 2nd edition, 3 vols, royal 4to. London, 1842.

Montkaucon, B. De.—L'Antiquité expliquée et représentée en Figures. 15 vols, small folio. Paris, 1719-24.

Les Monumens de la Monarchie Française, qui comprennent

l'Histoire de France, avec les Figures de chaque règne que l'injure des temps a épargnées. 5 vols, small folio. Paris, 1729-33.

Nichols, J.—The Progress, Processions, and magnificent Festivities of King James I. &c. 4 vols. 4to. London, 1828.

The Progresses and public Processions of Queen Elizabeth.

3 vols. 4to. London, 1 ^23. Nicolai, F.—On the History of Wigs, &c.

Recherches historiques sur l'Usage des Cheveux Postiches et des Perruques, dans les temps anciens et modernes. Traduit de . . l'Allemand de M. Nicolai. 8vo. Paris, n. d.

Norman Costume. See Stothard.
Norse Costume. See To.nsberg.

Nuremberg Chronicle.—Liber Chronicarum, by Dr. Hartman Schedel; printed in Latin by Ant. Koberger. Illustrated with about 2000 coarse woodcuts, under the direction of Michael Wohlgemuth and Wilhelm Pleydenwurff. The cuts are chiefly portraits and views of towns; the book gives a history of the world from the Creation. The only title is the heading of the index :—Registrum hujus operis libri cronicarum cumfiguris et ymaginihvs ab initio mvndi. Folio. Niirnberg, 1493.

Nuttall, P. A.-—A Classical and Archaeological Dictionary of the Manners, Customs, Laws, Institutions, Arts, &c., of the celebrated Nations of Antiquity, and of the Middle Ages, &c. Royal 8vo.

London, 1840.

Oriental Costume. See Berbrugger, Lane, Picard, Sonnerat,

Wahlen.
Pan Of K A, T.—Pictures of Ancient Life.

Bilder Antiken Lebens. 4to. Berlin, 1843.

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