eBook Itinerarium Curiosum: An Account of the Antiquities and Remarkable Curiosities in Nature and Art, Observed in Travels Through Great Britain download
by William Stukeley
Author: William Stukeley
Publisher: Gregg Publishing; 2nd edition (August 1970)
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Itinerarium Curiosum book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. by. William Stukeley.
Author: Stukeley, William, 1687-1765. Note: London, Printed for Baker and Leigh, 1776. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
A number of the plates are annotated in the same hand.
Illustrated with One Hundred Folio Prints in Copper,, 1725. Engraved allegorical title and 121 plates and plans by William Stukeley, some double-page or folding, without the text. A few plates with repaired holes, occasionally with some loss, but replaced in early manuscript. Contemporary mottled calf gilt, spine gilt in compartments with red morocco lettering-piece (rubbed and scuffed). A number of the plates are annotated in the same hand. Brunet V, 571; Upcott xxx. Contact us.
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William Stukeley, . National Judgments the Consequence of a National Profanation of the Sabbath. a Sermon Preached Before the Honourable House of Commons, at St. Margaret's, Westminster; On the 30th Day of January, 1741-.
Centuria I. 2nd ed, with large additions. Fo. London : printed for Messrs. Baker and Leigh, 1776. Medical doctor, Anglican priest, field archeologist and antiquarian, the Rev. Dr. William Stukeley (5) was made a freemason in 1721, at the Salutation Tavern, London. 2. Illustrations of Freemasonry, William Preston.