Extracts from the Literary and Scientific Correspondence of Richard Richardson, M.D., F.R.S., of Bierley, Yorkshire: Illustrative of the State and Progress of Botany, and Interspersed with Information Respecting the Study of Antiquities and General Literature, in Great Britain, During the First Half of the Eighteenth Century
Charles Sloman, 1835 - 451 pagina's
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Pagina 423 - A Journal from Grand Cairo to Mount Sinai and back again, translated from a manuscript written by the Prefetto of Egypt, in company with some missionaries de propaganda fide, at Grand Cairo: To which are added, Remarks on the Origin of Hieroglyphics, and the Mythology of the ancient Heathens.
Pagina 44 - one of the greatest ornaments of the age in which he lived." He wrote several books, and translated some part of the Iliad, under the title of
Pagina 26 - The NATURAL HISTORY of LANCASHIRE, CHESHIRE, and the PEAK in DERBYSHIRE, with an account of the British Phoenician, Armenian, Gr. and Rom. Antiquities in those parts.
Pagina 84 - MORTON, JOHN. The Natural History of Northamptonshire ; with Some Account of the Antiquities. To which is Annexed A Transcript of Doomsday-Book, so far as it relates to That County.
Pagina 443 - A Letter to Dr. Mead concerning some Antiquities in Berkshire, particularly the White Horse in the Vale of that Name ;' also, ' Farther Observations on the White Horse, with an Account of Whiteleaf Cross in Buckinghamshire, and the Red Horse in Warwickshire,
Pagina 181 - ... friends or myself ; in the mean time please to collect all that are not common. " I believe Mr. Catesby will be going for Carolina in a month; I have procured him subscriptions for near the sum he proposed !' " The Pilgrim Botanist Mr. More, whom we heard of in Wales, is desirous of going to New England, and the rest of our Colonies in North America. He is an excellent collector of all parts of Natural History, and desires no more than a poor subsistence ; a mere Philosopher, who designs printing...
Pagina 320 - A friend of mine designs in a little time to go into Scotland ; and desires to know whether in such a journey it may be safe travelling for two or three persons out of the high roads, if they have a mind to seek Antiquities, and to go into bye-roads ; and particularly if they have a desire to trace the Picts Wall from one end to the other.
Pagina 299 - EBORACUM : or the History and Antiquities of the City of York, from its Original to the Present Times, Together with the History of the Cathedral Church, and the Lives of the Archbishops...
Pagina 161 - Avium, wherein he describes the nests he saw on the confines of Turkey and the Danube, one of which, he says, floats. I will furnish you with the books out of print which you want, having some of them already twice over ; for they are good and not very common. Please to...
Pagina 297 - ... repented himself of what he had done ; but there had been so much said about it, that he was willing to give them the preference and refusal of it. Dr. Delaune, President of St. John's College, his last and only old acquaintance left at Oxford, when my Brother was last there, wheedled him out of an hundred pounds, which he borrowed of my brother, to be paid in a little time. The Doctor is since dead, and all his effects seized upon by a judgment which he had given to some friend j so my Brother's...