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a de plus curieux dans les Royaumes d'Angleterre, d'Irlande, et d'Ecosse. 12mo.

Amsterdam. 1718. 314 M. Misson's Memoirs and Observations in his Travels over England,

with some account of Scotland and Ireland. 8vo. London. 1719. 190 The English Topographer, or an historical Account of all the Pieces

that have been written relating to the Antiquities, &c. of England, (by Dr. Rawlinson) 8vo.

London. 1720. 191 Another copy, interleaved and bound in two volumes, with MSS. notes 192 by Mr. Gale. 193 Another copy, with MSS. notes by Dr. Rawlinson and Mr. Gough. 194 Another copy. 195 Another

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with MSS. notes by Mr. Gough. 2037 Magna Britannia et Hibernia, antiqua et nova. 6 Vol. 4to. Lond. 207

1720-1731. 297 British Curiosities in Art and Nature. 12mo.

London. 1721. 298 Another edition. 12mo.

London. 1728. Historiæ Anglicanæ Scriptores varii, e codicibus Manuscriptis nunc primum editi ; à Josepho Sparke. folio.

Londini. 1723. 300 Drunken Barnaby's four Journeys to the North of England, in Latin and English metre. 12mo.

London. 1723. 299 Another edition. 12mo.

London. 1774.
Itinerarium Curiosum ; or an Account of the Antiquitys and remarkable

Curiositys in Nature or Art observed in travels through Great
Britain ; Centuria prima; by W. Stukeley, M. D. folio. London.

1724. (Dr. Stukeley's own copy, interleaved, with his MSS. notes, and also

the notes of Maurice Johnson transcribed from his copy, belong

ing to the Spalding Society, by Mr. Gough.) 56) Itinerarium Curiosum: Centuria prima ; 1724. (with the additions of the 57

second edition in MS.) and Centuria secunda. London. 1776. 108 Histoire de Carausius Empereur de la Grande Bretagne, prouvée par

les Médailles. 4to.

Paris. 1740. 100 The medallic History of Marcus Aurelius Valerius Carausius, Emperor in Brittain ; by W. Stukeley, M. D. 4to.

London. 1757. The History of Carausius, or an Examination of Genebrier and Stukeley. 4to.

London. 1762. 109 Palæographia Britannica, or Discourses on Antiquities in Britain.

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No. 1. Containing Origines Roystonianæ, or an Account of the Oratory of Lady Roisia, Foundress of Royston, by W. Stukeley. 4to.

London. 1742. 101 An Answer to, or Remarks upon Dr. Stukeley's Origines Roystonianæ, by Charles Parkin. A. M. 4to.

London. 1744. 109 Another

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with two MSS. letters on the same subject. 110 Origines Roystonianæ, part 2. 4to.

Stamford. 1746. 101 Another copy, with Parkin's Reply, 4to.

Norwich. 1748. 108 Palæographia Britannica. No. 3.

London. 1752. Dissertation on Oriuna by Dr. Kennedy. 4to.

London. 1751. 104 An Account of Richard of Cirencester, Monk of Westminster, and of his Works, by W. Stukeley, M. D. 4to. MSS. notes by Mr. Gough.

London. 1757. 107 Le Voyage de Nicolas de Bosc, Evêque de Bayeux, pour negocier la Paix entre les Couronnes de France et d'Angleterre en 1381. 4to.

Paris. 1724. 1157 Bishop Burnet's History of his own Time. 2 Vol. folio ; with MSS. notes by W. Cole.

London. 1724, 1734. 114 The first volume, with MSS. notes. A new Description of England and Wales, with Maps by H. Moll. folio.

London. 1724. 315 A Tour through the whole Island of Great Britain. 8vo. London. 1724. 316

The same completed in three volumes. 8vo. London. 1724, 5, 7. 318 335A Journey through England in familiar Letters. 2 Vol. 8vo. London.

1724. 272 Another edition, 8vo.

London. 1732. 330 Roman Stations in Britain, according to the imperial Itinerary. 8vo. Part 1.

London. 1726. 3317 Another edition in five parts by N. Salmon. MSS. notes by P. Le 332 Neve. 8vo.

London. 1728. 247) Les Delices de la Grand' Bretagne et de l'Irlande. 8 tom. 12mo. 254)

Leide. 1727. 302 A Description of all the Counties in England and Wales, by P. W. 12mo.

London. 1728. 305 Another edition, 12mo.

London. 1752. 127 A Register and Chronicle Ecclesiastical and Civil, from the restaura

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London. 1728. 156 Magna Britannia, or an Account of the ancient State of Britain, by A. Hall. (contains only the Introduction) 4to. London.

1730. 201 A topographical and historical Dictionary of England, by William Lambarde. 4to.

London. 1730.

London. 1731. 328 A new Survey of England by N. Salmon. 2 Vol. 8vo. 128 Britannia Romana, or the Roman Antiquities of Britain, by John Horsley, M. A. and F. R. S. folio.

London. 1731. (With a transcript of Professor Ward's notes from his copy in the

British Museum, and additional inscriptions, &c. discovered since

the date of publication, MSS. by Mr. Gough.) 320 Tracts on the Antiquities of Great Britain and Ireland, by the Rev. D. Malcolm. 8vo.

Edinburgh. 1738. A compendious History of England, Rome, York, &c. by Thomas 292 Gent. 12mo.

York. 1741. A complete System of Geography, (that part which relates to Great Britain and Ireland.) folio.

London. 1744. 246 Le Guide d'Angleterre. 12mo.

Amsterd. 1744. 321 The Geography of England. 8vo.

London. 1744. 54 Bibliotheca Britannico-Hibernica, sive de Scriptoribus, qui in Anglia,

Scotia et Hibernia ad Sæculi xvii. initium floruerunt, Commenta

rius. Auctore Th. Tannero, Epis. Asaph. folio. Londini. 1748. 218 A Collection of private Acts of Parliament. 1748. 187 A Proposal to preserve the publick Roads without prejudice to Trade, excess of Tolls or Turnpikes, by Phil Anglus. 8vo. London.

1750. A chronological and historical Account of the most memorable Earthquakes that have ever happened.

Cambridge. 1750. 284 England's Gazetteer. 3 Vol. 12mo.

London. 1751. 286) 287

A Tour through Great Britain, in 4 Volumes. 12mo. London. 1753. 290 268 Another edition. 12mo.

London. 1778. 271$ 155 Queries proposed for obtaining a better Account of the Antiquity and Natural History of Great Britain. 12mo.

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nensis, Gildas Badonicus, et Nennius Banchorensis, a Carolo Ber-
tram. 8vo.

Havnia. 1757. 155 A Journey into England by Paul Hentzner in the year 1598, translated

by H. Walpole. F. R. S. 1757.
Four topographical Letters written in July 1755, upon a Journey

through Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire, Leicestershire, Notting-
hamshire, Derby, and Warwick. 8vo.

Newcastle. 1757.
Essai géographique sur les Isles Britanniques. 4to.

Paris. 1757 236 Description historique-géographique des isles Britanniques, par M. l'Abbé Expilly. 12mo.

Paris. 1759. 157 Select Remains (Itineraries and Letters) of the learned John Ray, with

his Life by W. Derham, D. D. published by G. Scott; with the
Editor's MSS. notes. 8vo.

London. 1760. 158

Another copy. 8vo. 339 2 Fugitive Pieces on various Subjects. 2 Vol. 8vo. The second Volume

8} 340 contains P. Hentzner's Journey into England. (See No. 155.)

London. 1761. 155 England and Wales described in a series of Letters by W. Toldervy. 3 numbers. 8vo.

London, 1762.
Descriptio Angliæ et Descriptio Londini; two poems in Latin verse,

supposed to be written in the 15th Century. London. 1763. 189 The Beauties of England. 2nd Edition. 8vo.

London. 1764. 182 The Geography and History of England. 8vo.

London. 1765. 199 An historical Account of the Textus Roffensis by S. Pegge, read at the

Society of Antiquaries. 1767. 283 The Beauties of England. 12mo.

London. 1767 180 A new Tour through England, performed in 1765, 6, and 7, by George Beaumont, Esq. and Capt. H. Disney. 8vo.

London. 1768.
A Treatise upon Coal-mines, by Dr. W. Sharp.

London. 1769.
Appendix to the Treatise. 1791.
273 , A Description of England and Wales, containing a particular Account
282 of each County, in ten Volumes. 12mo.

London. 1769. 22 / Archæologia, or miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity, published 365

by the Society of Antiquaries, London. Vol. 1. to Vol. 15. with MSS.

notes and illustrations by Mr. Gough. 4to. London. 1770—1806. 39] The Antiquities of England and Wales, by Francis Grose, Esq. F. A.S. 423 4 Vol. 4to.

London. 1772, 1776.

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London. 1777.

London, 1789. 46 } The Antiquities of Scotland, by F. Grose. 2 Vol. 4to. 47

London. 1791. } The Antiquities of Ireland, by F. Grose. 2 Vol. 4to. 48 103 Supplement to a Treatise on ancient Armour, by F. Grose, Esq. 4to.

London. 1789. An Essay for a new Description of England and Wales, as a continuation and illustration of Camden, by Peter Muilman, Esq. 12mo.

London. 1772. 199 Some Remarks on Mr. Walpole's Historic Doubts on the Life and Reign of Richard the Third, by Robert Masters, B. D. 4to. (:ead at

London. 1772. the Society of Antiquaries, 1771.)

Eton. 1772. 329 Laws relating to Turnpike Roads. 12mo. 337 | The complete Gazetteer of England and Wales, 2 Vol. 12mo. London.

1775.

London. 1775. 199 The Will of King Henry the Seventh. 4to. 219 Select Specimens of a General Index to the Journals of the House of

London. 1775. Commons, by R. Flaxman, D. D. 4to. 155 A short Tour in the Midland Counties of England in 1772 and 1774.

London. 1775. 8vo. 102 The State of the Prisons in England and Wales, with preliminary Ob

servations, by John Howard, F. R. S. 4to. Warrington. 1777. 112 Another edition. 8vo.

Warrington. 1780. 222 Abstract of the Returns made to the House of Commons by the Overseers of the Poor.

London. 1777 Another Abstract, &c.

London. 1787 37

The Antiquarian Repertory. 4 Vol. bound in 2. 4to. London. 1775—84. 38 Itineraria Symonis Simeonis et Willelmi de Worcestre, quibus accedit Tractatus de Metro; edidit J. Nasmith. 8vo.

Cantab. 1778. The Beauties of British Antiquity, by John Collinson. 8vo. London.

1779. 103 Observations made during a Tour through parts of England, Scotland, and Wales. 4to.

London. 1780. 105 Reliquiæ Galeanæ, or miscellaneous Pieces by the late learned Brothers Roger and Samuel Gale. (“ Bibl. Topog. Brit. No. II.”) 4to.

London. 1781.

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