Wagstaff's New Catalogue of Rare Old Books, for 1782: Most Humbly Inscribed to the ... Members of the Royal and Antiquarian Societies, ... Which Will Begin Selling on Monday Next, by George Wagstaff, ... Catalogues May be Had at the Following Booksellers; Viz. Mr. Ridley's, ... Law's, ... Wilkie's, ... Sewel's ... Millan's, ... Fletcher's, Oxford; Merrill's, Cambridge; and at the Place of Sale
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Page 44 - Britannia Baconica; or, The Natural Rarities of England, Scotland, and Wales. According as they are to be found in every Shire. Historically related, according to the Precepts of the Lord Bacon; Methodically digested; and the Causes of many of them Philosophically attempted.
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Page 16 - Account of the ancient and modern (late of the Principality of Wales, Dutchy of Cornwall and Earldom of Chefter.
Page 14 - ... Durham. 4to. Durham, 1753. [P. 7. (8.)] REGULATIONS and Prayers, &c. of the Societies for Religious Instruction, in the Parish of Sedgefield, in the County and Diocese of Durham. 12mo. Darlington, 1800. [Ii. 2. 51.] ESSEX. 'ACCOUNT of Essex. 8vo. Beaut. Eng. and Wales, Vol. V. TAYLOR (Silas) The History and Antiquities of Harwich and Dover Court. With an Appendix, containing the Natural History of the Sea Coast and Country about Harwich. By Samuel Dale. 4to. London 1732. [O. 8. 22.] GLOUCESTERSHIRE....
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