Catalogue of the Exhibition of Old, Rare, and Curious Books, Manuscripts, Autographs, Etc., Held in Commemoration of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Opening of the Public Library of Victoria

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R.S. Brain, Government Printer, 1906 - Rare books - 58 pages

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Page 28 - A catalogue of the different specimens of cloth collected in the three voyages of Captain Cook...
Page 21 - The Ship of Fooles, wherein is shewed the folly of all States, with diuers other workes adioyned unto the same, very profitable and fruitfull for all men. Translated out of Latin into Englishe by Alexander Barclay Priest.
Page 17 - The Byble/ in Englyshe, that is to saye the con-/tet of al the holy scrypture, both/ of ye olde, and newe testamet, with/ a prologe therinto, made by/ the reuerende father in/ God, Thomas/ archbysshop/ of Cantor/bury, C This is the Byble apoynted/ to the vse of the churches./ C Prynted by Edward whytchurche/ Cum priuilegio ad imprimendum solum./ MD xl...
Page 36 - Illuminated Manuscripts in the British Museum Miniatures, Borders, and Initials reproduced in gold and colours, with descriptive text by GF WARNER.
Page 22 - By the English/ College then Resident in Rhemes. Set Forth the second time, by the same College now/ returned to Doway./ With addition to one new Table of Heretical Cor/rvptions, the other Tables and Annotations somewhat/ augmented. Printed at Antwerp/ by Daniel Vervliet./ 1600.
Page 23 - Coment upon some of his chiefe places. Donne according to the Greeke, by GEO. CHAPMAN.
Page 30 - Was Nicholas ap Roberts that butcher's son of Stratford-onAvon, who is recorded by Aubrey as having been an acquaintance of Shakespeare in the early days of that great poet ? London. 1804. sq. 12. Marked in MS. : "Ten copies only. J. О. Н.
Page 44 - Narrative of an Expedition to Furneaux Islands on the coast of New South Wales in the Port Jackson Colonial schooner " Francis," by Matthew Flinders, 2nd lieutenant of HMS Reliance, March, 1798.
Page 36 - Remarkable Bindings in the British Museum. Selected for their Beauty or Historic Interest and!
Page 31 - Beware the cat, 1570. An exceedingly rare and curious rhapsody, containing matters illustrative of the history of the stage, and of the writings of Shakespeare.

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