A Catalogue of the Genuine Library, Prints, and Books of Prints, of an Illustrious Personage, Lately Deceased. Which Will be Sold by Auction, on Wednesday the 9th of June, 1819, and the Following Days, by Mr. Christie, at His Halls in Pall-Mall ... and at Messrs. Nicol's, Book Sellers to His Majesty, Pall Mall
W. Bulmer, 1819 - Private libraries - 182 pages
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Page 17 - belonged to the Abbey of Widkirk, near Wakefield, in the County of York. It contains several mysteries, or theatrical pageants, constructed from incidents in the Old and New Testaments, differing entirely in language from the celebrated Chester and Coventry Plays, though agreeing, with some few exceptions, in the subjects.
Page 17 - A volume very fairly written upon vellum, in the -•reign of Henry VI. or Edw. IV. ; and, as it is supposed, formerly belonged to the Abbey of Widkirk, near Wakefield, in the County of York. It contains several mysteries, or theatrical pageants, constructed from incidents in the
Page 13 - 346 Forster's British Gallery of Engravings, from Pictures of the Italian, French, Flemish, Dutch, and English Schools, now in England, with an Account of each Picture, and a Life of the Artist, 12 Numbers, complete, with most BRILLIANT PROOF IMPRESSIONS, AND