Catalogue of the Loan Collection of Antiquities, Curiosities, and Appliances Connected with the Art of Printing

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George Bullen
Printed at the Elzevir Press, 1877 - Bible - 472 pages
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Page 160 - Lent by Henry J. Atkinson, Esq. 1075. BIBLE (English). The/ Holy Bible :/ Containing the/ Old Testament/ and the New./ Newly Translated out of the Originall Tongues, and with the former Translations diligently compared and reuised: By his/ Maiesties speciall Commandement./ Appointed to be read in Churches./ Printed at London by
Page 29 - THE Boke of Good manners. Wynkyn de Worde, 1507. 410. Woodcuts. Lent by the Rev. JF Russell. The only perfect copy known. 242. THE Floure of the comanndementes of god. " Enprynted at London in Flete strete at the sygne of the sonne by Wrynkyn de Worde." 1510. Folio. Lent by Archdeacon Harrison. 243. NOVA legenda
Page 166 - verse of chapter iv. With a fine view of London on the title-page. 1138. BIBLE (English). The Holy/ Bible/ Containing the/ Old Testament/ and the New/ Newly translated/ out of the originall Tongues and with the former/ Translations diligently/ compared and revised/ by his Majesties specall/ Command./ Appointed to be read in Churches/ London,! Printed by John Field, one of His/ Highness's Printers,
Page 114 - A complete copy of the whole five parts is of the highest rarity. 765. BIBLE (English). Biblia./ The Bible, that/ is, the holy Scripture of the/ Olde and New Testament, faith- /fully and' truly translated out/ of Douche and Latyn/
Page 456 - Shakespeare's Complete Works. Edited by WG CLARK, MA, and W. ALOIS WRIGHT, MA With Glossary. Morte d'Arthur. The Edition of Caxton, revised for Modern Use. With an Introduction, Notes, and Glossary, by Sir EDWARD STRACHEY. Burns's Complete Works : the Poems, Songs, and Letters. Edited, with Glossarial Index and
Page 183 - magnificent Entertainment giuen to King James, Queene Anne his wife, and Henry Frederick the Prince, upon the day of His Majesties triumphant passage (from the Tower through his honourable Citie (and Chamber) of London), being the 15 of March, 1603, as well by the English as by the strangers ; with the Speeches and Songes delivered in the severall pageants. By Thomas Dekker.
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Page 29 - reign by John Tate. The colophon has direct reference to Caxton ;— And also of your charyte call to remembraunce The soule of William Caxton first prynter of this boke In laten tongue at Coleyn hymself to auance That every wel disposyd man may theron loke And John Tate the yonger Joye mote he broke Whiche late
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