199 Memoirs of Sir John Hawkwood. (" Bibl. Topog. Brit. No. IV.") 4to. London. 1782.

Extracts from the MS. Journal of Sir Simonds D'Ewes, (“ No. XV.”)
London. 1783.

Extracts from the Black Book of Warwick, and Memoir on the Story
of Guy Earl of Warwick, by Mr. Pegge, (" No. XVII.") London.
A short genealogical View of the Family of Oliver Cromwell, with a
copious Pedigree. (" No. XXXI.")
London. 1785.
Two Dissertations on the Brass Instruments called Celts, and other
Arms of the Antients found in this Island; by the Rev. James
Douglas, F. A. S. ("No. XXXIII.”)
London. 1785.
Description of a Saxon Arch, with an Inscription in Dinton Church in
the County of Bucks, by John Claxton.
London. 1785.

104 Liber Quotidianus Contrarotulatoris Garderobæ. anno Regni Regis Edwardi Primi vicesimo octavo. 4to. London. 1787.


An Account of all the Lands, Manors, &c. held by Lease from the Crown. 1787. 235 L'Ami des Étrangers, qui voyagent en Angleterre, par M. L. D—s. Londres. 1787. 296 A Supplement to the Tour through Great Britain, by Mr. Gray. 12mo.


333 England Delineated, by John Aikin. 8vo.


A Tour in England and Scotland in 1785. 8vo. 159 Domesday Book illustrated, by Robert Kelham. 8vo. 160 Another copy.

London. 1787.

London. 1788.

London. 1788.

London. 1788.

London. 1789.

104 Annales Eliæ de Trickingham, ed. S. Pegge, A. M. 4to. 176 The Topographer for the Years 1789, 1790, and 1791. 4 Vol. 8vo. 179 London: 1789-1791.


312 A Tour to the West of England in 1788 by the Rev. S. Shaw, M. A.. London. 1789. 186 Voyage Philosophique et Pittoresque en Angleterre et en France fait en 1790. par George Forster. 8vo.

294 A Tour from London to the Lakes. 12mo.

Paris. 1791. London. 1792.

310 A Tour through the South of England, Wales, and part of Ireland in London. 1793. 293 Travels through several parts of England, in 1782. by Charles P. MoLondon. 1795.

1791. 8vo.

ritz. 12mo.


155 An Account of the several Cities and Market-Towns in England and Wales, alphabetically digested. 8vo.

154 A new Survey of the Globe, by T. Templeman.




A Bill intended to be offered to Parliament for the better relief and
employment of the Poor. 8vo.
A Dissertation concerning the present state of the high Roads, by Ro-
bert Philips; with plates. 8vo.
London. 1737.

A Survey of the Roman Antiquities in some of the midland Counties of
England, by N. Salmon. 8vo.

London. 1726.

A statistical Account of the population, &c. of England and Wales, by
B. Capper. 8vo. (See No. 311.)
London. 1801.
Observations on Mr. Whitbread's "Poor Bill," and on the population
of England, by John Weyland, Jun. Esq. 8vo.
London. 1807.

A Catalogue of the Antiquities, Houses, Parks, &c. in England and
Wales, arranged according to the alphabetical Order of the se-
veral Counties.


The Beauties of England and Wales, or delineations topographical, historical, and descriptive of each County, by John Britton, and Edward W. Brayley. Vol. I. to IX.

An entire and complete History, political and personal, of the Boroughs of Great Britain. Vol. 1st.

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"30 Hen. VIII. 1538. copied out of the original written by the "Author," with an introductory Letter" to the learned and "worthily esteemed Mr. John Rous, M. A. and Keeper of the University Library," signed W. Burton; and Leland's New Years Gift. "This MS." Mr. Gough remarks, "which is copied "in different hands, differs both from those of Burton and Stowe." 2 The Itinerarye of John Leiland, "copied out of the original MS. by "William Burton."



The Names and Armes of the principal Captaines as well of Noblemen as of Knights that were with the victorious Prince Kinge Edward the Thirde at the seige of Callis, the 20th yeare of his reigne 1346.

Subsidium quatuor denar. Regi Edw. 3tio. concessum An. regn. 51mo.
de qualibet persona laica homine et fœmina.

Extracts from a MS. belonging to the Great Wardrobe, relating to the
Coronation of King Richard the Third.

6 An Accompt of the Payments and Disbursments made by Henry Sid-
ney, Esq. &c. for and concerning the Roabes, Apparell, and other
necessaries for King Charles the Second, for one whole
at Lady-day 1684.

year ended

7 Nomina Vicecomitum in singulis com. Angliæ tempore et in separabilibus annis regnorum Dominæ Elizabethæ nuper Reginæ et Domini Regis Jacobi; with some papers relating to the bill for the ease of Sheriffs in the execution of their office. 1695.


Bibliotheca Topographica Britannica; by Richard Steele.

9 Roberti Talbot Annotationes in eam partem Itinerarii Antonini, quæ ad Britanniam pertinet.

10 A miscellaneous Collection of Tracts on the office of Earl Marshal, by Sir R. Cotton, Camden, &c. mostly printed; and of Extracts

and Notes from "Weever's Funeral Monuments" and Baker's "Chronicle."

11 Extracts from various Visitation Books by Dr. Ducarel.


56 A CATALOGUE of the Bishops of England since the first planting of Christian Religion in this Island, by Francis Godwin. 4to.

London. 1601.

54 Another copy, with MSS. notes by Charles Bush.

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52 Another edition, with MSS. notes by the Rev. Thomas Delafield. 4to.


Another copy, with MSS. notes.

London. 1615.

491 De Præsulibus Angliæ Commentarius, per F. Godwinum, Episc. Landav. cum notis MSS. W. Kennett. 4to.


56 Exemplar aliud, notis MSS. Anstis et


Londini. 1616.
Drake, S. T. P.
Editio altera; ed. Gul. Riehardson, S. T. P. cum notis MSS. Ric.
Gough. folio.

Cantab. 1743.

13 The English Martyrologe, by a Catholicke Priest. 8vo. 1608. Ancient Funerall Monuments within the united Monarchie of Great Britaine, Ireland, and the Islands adiacent. folio. MSS. notes.


58 Another copy, with MSS. notes by William Fox.

59 Another copy, (very imperfect.)

London. 1631.

74 Concilia, Decreta, Leges, Consuetudines in re Ecclesiarum orbis Britannici, opera Henrici Spelman. Eq. Aur. tomus primus. fol. Londini. 1639.

2 Gregorii Posthuma; or certain learned Tracts written by John Gregory, M. A. 4to. London. 1650.

6 A true Memorial of the ancient, most holy, and religious state of Great Britain, by Richard Broughton. 8vo. 1650.

11 Monastichon Britanicum, or a historicall Narration of the first founding and flourishing state of the antient Monasteries, by R. B(roughton). MSS. notes by T. Baker. 8vo. London. 1655.

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