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  • Loftie, W. J. (William John), 1839-1911.
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New York, Macmillan and co., 1893.
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  • Pugin, Augustus, 1762-1832.
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[Third edition].
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London : Nattali and Bond, 23, Bedford-Street, Covent Garden, [1825-1822]
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  • Campbell, Louise Elizabeth Margaret.
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University of London, 1983.
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A catalogue of the choice and valuable libraries William Norton, gent. : And Benjamin Wright; both lately deceased. In Greek, Latin, French, Italian, Hebrew, English, &c. Containing a great variety of history, voyages, travels, trade, law, physick, mathematicks, diviinity, geography, plays, novels, and romances. Among which are the following, with many others equally good, the whole being in good condition and most of them gilt or letter'd. Folio's Stanley's lives of the philosophers. Hammond on the N. Testament, best fisher's architecture. Lives of the painters. Rapin's hist. of England, 2 vols. Ogilby's esop. Marott's designs. Henry on the Old Testament. Chaucer's works. Spencer's fairy queen. Acta Regia. Taylor's life of Christ. Stebbing's genealogical hist. Salmon's state trials. Burchett's naval history. Hawkin's pleas of the crown. Modern cases in equity. Sidney on government. Spotswood's hist. of Scotland. Nicholls on the common prayer. Nicholson's historical libraries. Quarto's. Isbrant's travels. James of gardening, Greenhills art of embalming. Littleton's dictionary. Agrippa's occult philosophy. Hoppu's architecture. Octavo's and duedecimo's. South's sermons, 6 vols. Scott's Christian life, 5 vols. Clatendon hist. of France, 5 vols. Beaumont and fletcher, 7 vols. Rowe's Shakespear, 7 vols. Ben. Johnson's works, 6 vols. Vertot's Roman revolutions, 2 vols. Spencer's works, 6 vols. Moliere's plays Fr. and Eng. 8 vols. Spectator's, 8 vols. Tatler's, 4 vols. British theatre, 10 vols. Which will be sold very cheap (the lowest price being printed to each book in the catalogue) this day, and the following; and to continue till all are sold at J. Boydell's shop, over-against the chappel in Russell Court, near Bridge's-street: where may be had money for any library or parcel of books, in any language or faculty, to the utmost of their value. Catalogues are given gratis at the place of sale.
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  • Boydell, John, 1720-1804
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[London : s.n., 1738?]
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A catalogue of above fifteen thousand volumes, In all Arts, Sciences, and every Branch of polite Literature, Many on Royal Paper, and in Morocco, and other elegant Bindings; being the Stock of the late Mr. John Hildyard, deceased, with other Libraries purchased since. Among which are Biblia Polyglotta, 8 vols. Biblia Polyglotta, 8 vols. Lincis rubris. Buxtorsii Concordant. Bib. Heb. ... Stephani Thesaurus, 4 vols. Martinii Lexicon, 2 vols. Plutarchi Opera, 2 vols. Aristophanes, Kusteri. Euripides, Barnes. Platonis Opera, Serrani, 3 vols. Herodotus, Gronovii. Galeni Opera, 7 vols. Diogenes Laertius, Meibonaii. Virgilii Opera, Baskerville. Homeri Opera, Barnes, 2 vols. Homeri Opera, Clarke, 2 vols. Hist. D'angleterre, par M. Rapin, 10 tom. Ruins of Palmyra, Ruins of Balbec, fine Plates. Postlethwayt's Dictionary, 2 vols. Chambers's and Supplement, 4 vols. Johnson's Dictionary, 2 vols. Calmet's Dictionary of the Bible, 3 vols. Ainsworth's Dictionary, 2 vols. Rushworth's Hist. Collections, 8 vols. Rapin's History of England, 2 vols. Guthrie's and Ralph's, 5 vols. Kennet's, 3 vols. Tyrrel's, 5 vols. Drake's Antiquities of York. Thoresby's Leeds. Somner's Canterbury. Stukeley's Stonehenge. Maitland's History of Edinburgh. - History of Scotland, 2 vols. Antient Universal History, 21 vols. Modern Universal Hist. 3 vols. and 8 vols. Bp. Gibson's Camden, 2 vols. Bp. Gibson's Codex, 2 vols. Bacon's Works, 4 vols. Churchill's Voyages, 8 vols. Duncan's Caesar, fine Plates. Dugdale's Summons to Parliament. - Origines Juridiciales. - Hist. of St. Paul's, Hollar's Cuts Sir William Temple's Works, 2 vols. Ben. Jonson's Works, best Edition. System of Geography, 2 vols. Maps. Ware's Architecture Compleat Body of Husbandry Compleat Body of Gardening Swammerdam's Natural History of Insects ... Humphreys on the O. and N. Test, 3 vols. Burkit on the New Testament. Patrick, Lowth, and Whitby, 6 vols. Tillotson's Works, 3 vols. Barrow's Works, 2 vols. Bp. Hooper's Works. Taylor's Hebrew Concordance, 2 vols. Lord Sommers's Tracts, 12 vols. Harleian Miscellany, 8 vols. Astley's Voyages, 4 vols. Addison's Works, 4 vols. Sully's Memoirs, 3 vols. Davila's Civil Wars of France, 2 vols. Hampton's Polybius. Smollet's History of England, 4 vols. Cay's Statutes at large, 6 vols. Strange's Reports, 2 vols. Peere Williams's Reports. Besides a large Collection of other Reports and Law Books. Which will begin to be sold (the lowest Price printed in the Catalogue) on Wednesday, February 14, 1759, and continue on Sale till the Summer Assizes. By John Hinxman, Bookseller in Stonegate, York. Catalogues may be had of Messrs. R. and J. Dodsley, in Pall-Mall; Messrs. Rivington and Fletcher, in Pater-Noster-Row; Messrs. Whiston and White, in Fleet-Street; and Mr. Payne, at the Mews-Gate, London. - Also of Mr. Fletcher, in Oxford. - Mr. Merrill, in Cambridge. - Messrs. Hamilton and Balsour, in Edinburgh. - All the Booksellers in the North of England, and at the Place of Sale. Price One Shilling, which will be return'd to any Gentleman who lays out Twenty
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  • Hinxman, John, -1762.
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[York? : s.n., 1759]
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Bibliotheca splendidissima : or, a catalogue of the valuable libraries of John Owen, Esq; Late Recorder of Windsor; Mr. John Ecton, Late Receiver of the Tenths of the Clergy: and that ingenious architect Capt. Edward Stanton. To which are added, A very fine collection, lately imported from Abroad, chiefly collected by the celebrated Mr. Colbert, first Minister of State to the late King of France: As likewise, by the learned Abbot Bignon, Librarian to the present King of France. The whole consisting of a Large and Numerous collection of books, relating to the History, Antiquities, and Constitution of Great-Britain, Ireland, France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Muscovy, Poland, Sweden, Denmark, Asia, Africa and America. The Best Editions of the classicks, by Vascosan, Colinaeus, Seb. Gryphius, Stephens, Aldus, Sedan, the Louvre, the Royal Classicks, in usum Delphini, cum Notis variorum, & Elzevir. Curiously bound in Morocco, and several with the Colbert and Bignon Arms on the Sides. Some curious Manuscripts upon Vellum. A compleat Set of the Histories of the several Counties in England. All the old Chronicles. A fine Collection of large and curious Bibles, printed by Field and others, with curious Cuts by Silvester, &c. Sir William Dugdale's Works. All the best and scarcest Dictionaries and Lexicons. A fine Collection of Books of Sculpture, Architecture, Medals, Painting, Mathematicks, the Benedictine Editions of the Fathers, a compleat Set of the Common Law, Civil and Canon; a large Number of Voyages and Natural History; most of the antient and modern Books of Physick, Anatomy, Surgery, &c. Great Numbers on Large Paper, and several Hundred Volumes bound in Morocco. Which will begin to be sold very cheap (the lowest Price fixed in each Book) at T. Osborne's shop in Gray's-Inn, on Monday the 17th day of November 1735. Catalogues may be had at the Place of Sale, and Money for any Library or Parcel of Books.
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  • Osborne, Thomas, -1743.
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[London : s.n., 1735]
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[New York] : Published for the Museum of Modern Art by Arno Press, 1969.
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Compass and rule : architecture as mathematical practice in early modern England, 1550-1750 / Anthony Gerbino and Stephen Johnston ; with a contribution by Gordon Higgott.
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  • Gerbino, Anthony.
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  • 9780300150933 (alk. paper)
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New Haven ; London : Yale University Press in association with Museum of the History of Science, Oxford, and Yale Center for British Art, 2009.
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New York : Arno Press for the Museum of Modern Art, 1969.
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  • Museum of Modern Art
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Westport, Connecticut : Greenwood Press, 1970
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  • Museum of Modern Art (New York)
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Reprint ed /
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Modern architecture in England [produced by] The Museum of Modern Art, New York.
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New York : Arno for The Museum of Modern Art, 1969.
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Compass and rule : architecture as mathematical practice in England, 1550-1750 / Anthony Gerbino and Stephen Johnston ; with a contribution by Gordon Higgott.
Author
  • Gerbino, Anthony.
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  • 9780300150933
Published
New Haven, Conn. ; London : Yale University Press, 2009.
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  • Loftie, W. J. (William John), 1839-1911.
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London, 1893.
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  • Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)
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  • 0405015356
  • 9780405015359
Published
New York : Arno Press for the Museum of Modern Art, 1969.
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  • Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)
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  • 0837143012
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Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1970.
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