Catalogue of the Christie Collection: Comprising the Printed Books and Manuscripts Bequeathed to the Library of the University of Manchester by the Late Richard Copley Christie, LL. D.

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Page 52 - An Inquiry into the share which King Charles I. had in the Transactions of the Earl of Glamorgan, for bringing over a body of Irish Rebels in 1645 and 1646; with Appendix.
Page 237 - The Huntingdon Peerage, comprising a Detailed Account of the Evidence and Proceedings connected with the Recent Restoration of the Earldom ; together with the Report of the AttorneyGeneral on that Occasion, to which is prefixed a Genealogical and Biographical History of the Illustrious House of Hastings...
Page 231 - The Art of Cookery, in imitation of Horace's Art of Poetry, with some Letters to Dr. Lister...
Page 407 - The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britain, presenting an exact geography of the Kingdom of England (etc., etc.), together with a Prospect of the most famous Parts of the World, viz.
Page 133 - Althorpianae ; or an Account of the mansion, books and pictures at Althorp, the residence of George John, Earl Spencer. To which is added a Supplement to the Bibliotheca Spenceriana London, 1822.
Page 49 - The Missing Fragment of the Latin Translation of the Fourth Book of Ezra, discovered, and edited with an Introduction and Notes, and a facsimile of the MS., by ROBERT L.
Page 458 - Declaration for what manner of speciall Nusance concerning private dwelling houses, a man may have his remedy by Assise, or other Action as the Case requires.
Page 45 - The Byble,/ which is all the holy Scrip-/ture: In whych are contayned the/ Olde and Newe Testament truly/ and purely translated into En-/glysh by Thomas Matthew./ C Esaye.
Page 185 - British topography : or an historical account of what has been done for illustrating the topographical antiquities of Great Britain and Ireland.
Page 130 - From the Invention of Printing to the present time ; being Brief Notices of a large Number of Works drawn up from actual inspection.