Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume 3

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Page 183 - And it is ordered that the further consideration of this cause be adjourned, and any of the parties are to be at liberty to apply as they may be advised.
Page 220 - THE LANDING AT CAPE ANNE; or, THE CHARTER OF THE FIRST PERMANENT COLONY ON THE TERRITORY OF THE MASSACHUSETTS COMPANY. Now discovered, and first published from the ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT, with an inquiry into its authority, and a HISTORY OF THE COLONY, 1624-1628, Roger Conant, Governor. By J. WINGATE THORNTON. 8vo, cloth 2.50. Of " A rare contribution to the early history of New England.
Page 143 - BEING LEFT DEAD ON THE FIELD, AND MANY WELSH PERSONS OF THE FIRST DISTINCTION WERE TAKEN PRISONERS, AMONG WHOM WAS OWEN TUDOR...
Page 35 - The Gold Rocks of Great Britain and Ireland, and a general outline of the gold regions of the world, with a treatise on the geology of gold.
Page 143 - The King's troops were commanded by Jasper Earl of Pembroke; Edward commanded his own in person and...
Page 185 - Though time and neglect may impair, and eventually destroy, they do not add to a building ; nor do they pervert the truthfulness of monuments. Restoration may possibly, indeed, produce a good imitation of an ancient work of art ; but the original is thus falsified, and in its renovated state it is no longer an example of the art of the period to which it belonged.
Page 28 - Nummi Veteres, civitatum, regum, gentium, et provinciarum Londini in museo Richardi Payne Knight asservati, ab ipso ordine geographice descripti.
Page 270 - I left the ruins of this place, which had been consecrated to Religion ever since the year 666, with a sigh for the loss of so much national magnificence and national history. Dreadful was that storm which spared not, at least, the churches, libraries, painted glass, monuments, manuscripts ; that spared not a little out of the abundant spoil, to support them for the public honour and emolument.
Page 136 - Or, three harts, each charged with a fret of the field. Crest, an ostrich's head or ; in his beak a horse-shoe argent. This coat was granted 1st May, in the fifth year of the reign of King James I.
Page 115 - Miscellanea Graphica : Representations of Ancient, Medieval, and Renaissance Remains, in the possession of Lord Londesborough.

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