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1 Descriptive Sketch of Wyddiall in Ilertfordshire. 8vo.
1789. General View of the Agriculture of the County of Hertford, by D.
Walker, drawn up for the Consideration of the Board of Agriculture. 4to.
London. 1795. 4 General View of the Agriculture of Hertfordshire, drawn up for the
Consideration of the Board of Agriculture, by the Secretary of the
London. 1804. 7 The Running Hearse, or Hartford-shire Wonder. 4to.
London. The Order observed at the opening of the Countess of Huntingdon's College, at Cheshunt, &c. 8vo.
London. 1792. Musæ Berkhamstedienses, or, Poetical Prolusions by some young Gentlemen of Berkhamsted School. 8vo.
Berkhamsted. 1794. Letter to W. Baker, Esq. occasioned by his late Address to the Gentle
London. 1805. men, &c. of the County of Hertford. 12mo. 3 Copies of the Poll for the County for the Years 1734, 1754, 1790, 1802,
and 1805. 8vo.
For Maps and Plans of this County, see “ Gough's Maps, &c. No. 3,
“ 12, 78, 157, and 159."
COURT Rolls of the Manor of Newland-Squillers, formerly belong1
ing to the Monastery of St. Albans, from 15 Edw. I. to 29 Edw.
III. folio. Coats of Arms of Families in Hertfordshire tricked. folio. 3 The History of the ancient and free Cittie of Verulamium, &c. writt in
Verse and Prose, by Thomas Shrimpton. 4to. 4 E. Steele's Collections towards a History of the County.
A TRUE and particular Obseruation of a notable Piece of Witch
craft, practised by John Samuel the Father, Alice Samuel the Mother, and Agnes Samuel their Daughter, of Warboise in the Countie of Huntington, vpon fiue Daughters of Robert Throckmorton of the same Towne and Countie Esquire, and certaine other Maid-seruants to the number of twelue in the whole, all of
them being in one House: Nouember, 1589. (imperfect at the end.) The most strange and admirable Discouerie of the three Witches of
Warboys, arraigued, conuicted and executed at the last Assizes. 4to.
London. 1593. The Arminian Nunnery: or a briefe Description and Relation of the
late erected Monasticall Place, called the Arminian Nunnery, at Little Gidding in Huntington-shire. 4to.
1641. Divi Arminii mactatorum renata et renovata Petitio: or the Arminian Priests last Petition, &c. by Thomas Harbie, Gent. 4to. London.
1642. Memoirs of the Life of Mr. Nicholas Ferrar, by P. Peckard, D. D. 8vo.
Cambridge. 1790. The whole Trial and Examination of Mrs. Mary Hickes and her
Daughter, who were condemn'd at Huntington for Witchcraft. 12mo.
London. 1716. An Account of Somersham Water, by Daniel Peter Layard. 12mo.
London. 1767 The Stilton Hero: a Poem, 4to.
London. 1745. General View of the Agriculture of the County, by George Maxwell, drawn up for the Consideration of the Board of Agriculture. 4to.
London. 1793. A Letter to the Freeholders in the County of Huntingdon, by Edward Maltby, D. D. 8vo.
For Maps and Plans of this County, see Gough's “ Maps, &c. No. 3
6 and 12."
1 RECEIPTS and Disbursements of the Canons of the Priory of St.
Mary in Huntingdon, from Michaelm. 1517, to Midsum. 1518. from an Original at Buckden. folio.
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60 A PERAMBULATION of Kent, conteining the Description, Hys
torie and Customes of that Shyre, by William Lambarde, Gent. 4to.
London. 1576. 65 Another edition. 8vo.
London. 1656. 68 The third edition. Svo. 59 A Topographie, or Survey of the County of Kent, by Richard Kilburne, Esq. 4to.
London. 1659. 20 Villare Cantianum : or Kent surveyed and illustrated, by Thomas Phi
lipott, Esq. MSS. Notes by R. Gale, Esq. folio. London. 1659. 30 Another copy, MSS. notes by F. Le Neve. 19 Another copy,
with MSS. notes by Sir W. Dugdale. 23 Another edition, with MSS. notes by Mr. Ames. folio. London. 1664. 47 A new edition, with MSS. notes by Mr. Gough. folio. Lynn. 1776. 63 A Treatise of the Roman Ports and Forts in Kent, by William Somner,
published by the Rev. James Brome, M. A. with MSS. notes. 12mo.
Oxford. 1693. 66 Another copy, MSS. notes by Mr. Gough. 61 A new topographical, historical, and commercial Survey of the County of Kent, by Charles Seymour. 8vo.
Canterbury. 1776. 50 The Kentish Traveller's Companion. 8vo.
Rochester. 1776. 98 The second edition. 8vo.
Rochester, 1779. 52 The fourth edition. 8vo.
Canterbury. 1794. A Treatise of Gavelkind, both Name and Thing, with sundry emer
gent Observations, both pleasant and profitable to be known of Kentish-men, by William Somner. 4to.
London, 1726. 96 The Common Law of Kent: or, the Customs of Gavelkind, by Thomas Robinson, Esq. 8vo.
London. 1741. 40 The History of Kent, by John Harris, D. D. Vol. I. folio. London,
11 The History of Kent, from the “ Magna Britannia ;" interleaved, and with numerous MSS. additions. 4to.
London. 1730. 357 The History and topographical Survey of the County of Kent, by Ed38) ward Hasted, Esq. F. R. S. 4 Vol. folio. with many MSS. additions and various drawings.
Canterbury. 1778–1799. The Kentish Register, and Monthly Miscellany, from August to December 1793. Vol. I. 8vo.
Canterbury. 1793. The Monuments and painted Glass in upwards of one hundred Churches, chiefly in the eastern Part of Kent, by Philip Parsons, A. M. 4to.
Canterbury. 1794. 29 General View of the Agriculture of the County of Kent, by John Boys,
Brentford. 1794. 83 Another edition, with additional Remarks. 8vo. London. 1796. 84 Excursions in Kent, Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Monmouthshire, and Somersetshire, by J. P. Malcolm. 8vo.
London. 1807. The Poll for Knights of the Shire, 1734. 8vo.
London. 1734. The Poll, &c. in 1754. 8vo.
London. 1754. 15 Another copy of the Poll in 1754. A copy of the Poll in 1790. 8vo.
Rochester. 1791. Minutes of the Select Committee appointed to try and determine the last Election, &c. 8vo.
Canterbury. 1797. An Address to the County on their Petition to the King for removing his present Ministers, by Lord Rokeby. 8vo.
London. 1797 103 Vita et Vita et processus sancti Thome Cantuariensis Martyris super Libertate ecclesiastica. 4to.
Parisii. 1495. 71 La Vie de St. Thoinas Archevesque de Cantorbery et Martyr. 12mo.
Paris. 1674. 75 Fratris Edineri Angli de Vita D. Anselmi Archiepiscopi Cantuariensis Libri duo. 12mo.
Antverpia. 1551. 51 Vita Reginaldi Poli Cardinalis ac Cantuariensis Archiepiscopi. 12mo.
Londini. 1690. The Antiquities of Canterbury ; or a Survey of that ancient Citie, with
the Suburbs and Cathedrall, by William Somner. 4to. London. 1640. 46 Another edition, by Batteley. folio.
London. 1703. 39 The History and Antiquities of the Cathedral Church of Canterbury, and the once-adjoining Monastery, by the Rev. J. Dart. folio.