"The Thomas Bell Library.": The Catalogue of 15000 Volumes of Scarce & Curious Printed Books and Unique Manuscripts Comprised in the Unrivalled Library Collected by the Late Thomas Bell ... Between the Year 1797 & 1860, which Will be Sold by Auction ... by Mr. Geo. Hardcastle on Monday, 15. Oct. 1860 and Following Days ...
Imprinted by J.G. Foster, 1860 - 276 Seiten
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Seite 73 - Essex (Earl of ) A Declaration of the Practises and Treasons attempted and committed by Robert late Earle of Essex and his Complices, against Her Majestic and Her Kingdoms,
Seite 77 - Christ Ruling in the midst of his Enemies ; or Some first Fruits of the Churches Deliverance, Budding forth out of the Crosse and Sufferings, and some remarkable deliverances of a twentie yeeres Sufferer, and now a Souldier of Jesus Christ,
Seite 201 - from the Select Committee appointed to Inquire into the State of the Public Records of the Kingdom, plates.
Seite 252 - Deliverance at Sea, or the miraculous Preservation of several Persons belonging to the ¡Ship called William and Dorothy, lately cast away in a Voyage to Newcastle, who by a most Gracious Providence were kept alive for the space of Twelve Days and Nights without any food,
Seite 148 - Neale and Le Keux's Views of the most interesting Collegiate and Parochial Churches in Great Britain, 2 vols.,
Seite 143 - Monmouthshire. A small Specimen of the many Mistakes in Sir William Dugdale's Baronage. . Exhibited in some Remarks on about half a Page of that Voluminous Work.