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Page 344 - The History of our Lord as exemplified in works of art : with that of his types ; St. John the Baptist ; and other persons of the Old and New Testament. Commenced by the late Mrs. Jameson ; continued and completed by Lady Eastlake. London, 1864, 2 vols. 8vo.
Page 56 - DRAKE, Sir Francis. Sir Francis Drake revived ; Calling upon this dull or effeminate age, to follow his noble steps for gold and silver. By this memorable relation, of the rare occurrences (never yet declared to the world) in a third voyage made by him into the West Indies, in the yeares 72
Page 270 - of that most famous Saint and souldier of Christ Jesus, St. George of Cappadocia ; asserted from the fictions of the middle ages of the Church and opposition of the present. The Institution of the most noble Order of St. George, named the Garter. A catalogue of all the Knights thereof untill this present. London,
Page 402 - LA ROCHEFOUCAULD, François VI., Duc De. Mémoires de MDLR sur les brigues à la mort de Louis XIII., les guerres de Paris et de Guyenne, et la prison des Princes. Apologie pour Mr. de Beaufort. Mémoires de Mr. de la Chastre
Page 142 - FORBES, James. Oriental Memoirs: selected and abridged from a series of familiar letters written during seventeen years' residence in India ; including observations on parts of Africa and South America, and a narrative of occurrences in four Indian voyages. London,
Page 108 - Numismata : a discourse of medals antient and modern, together with some account of heads and effigies of illustrious and famous persons, in sculps and taille-douce, of whom we have no medals extant ; and of the use to be derived from them. To which is added a digression concerning physiognomy. London, 1697,
Page 27 - The Constitutions of the Freemasons, containing the history, charges, regulations, etc. of that most ancient and right worshipful Fraternity, for the use of the Lodges. London, in the year of Masonry, 5723, Anno Domini 1723,
Page 406 - Le Musée Royal, publié par Henri Laurent graveur du Cabinet du Roi, ou recueil de gravures d'après les plus beaux tableaux, statues, et basreliefs de la collection royale, avec description des sujets, notices littéraires, et discours sur les Arts. Paris,
Page 231 - beginnyng at the tyme of Kyng Henry the Fowerth, the first aucthor of this devision, and so successively proceadyng to the reigne of the high and prudent prince kyng Henry the eight, the undubitate flower and very heire of both the sayd linages,