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Strutt's (J.) Sports and Pastimes of the People of England; including the rural and domestic recreations, May-games, mummeries, pageants, processions, and pompous spectacles, from the earliest period to the present time; illustrated by engravings selected from ancient paintings, in which are represented most of the popular diversions. 4to. London, 1801.

Brand's (J.) Observations on Popular Antiquities, chiefly illustrating the origin of our vulgar customs, ceremonies, and superstitions; with additions by Henry Ellis. 2 vols. 4to. large paper. Lond. 1813. Hone's (Wm.) Every-day Book; or, everlasting calendar of popular amusements, sports, pastimes, ceremonies, manners, customs, events, &c. incident to each day, in past and present times. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1828–30.

Liber Quotidianus Contrarotulatoris Garderoba 28 Edwardi I., A.D. 1299-1300. Ex Codice MS. in Bibliothecâ Soc. Antiquar. Londinensis. 4to. London, 1787.

This contains the establishment, military and civil, during this year in which Edward invaded Scotland, and the daily account of every expense and proceeding.

Privy Purse Expenses of Elizabeth of York; Wardrobe Accounts of Edward IV.: with a memoir of Elizabeth, and Notes by N. H. Nicolas. 8vo. London, 1831.

The Regulations and Establishment of the Household of Henry Algernon Percy, the fifth Earl of Northumberland, at his Castles of Wresil and Lekenfield in Yorkshire; begun MDXII. Edited by Bishop Thos. Percy. 8vo. London, 1827.

A Collection of Ordinances and Regulations for the Government of the Royal Household, made in divers reigns, from King Edward III. to King William and Queen Mary. Also Receipts in ancient Cookery. 4to. London, 1790.

The Household Expenses for one year of Philip III. Lord Wharton. [Edited by W. C. Trevellyan]. 4to. Newcastle, 1829.

Warner's (Richard) Antiquitates Culinariæ; or, curious tracts relating to the culinary affairs of the old English. With preliminary Discourse, Notes, and Illustrations. 4to. large paper. The Roxburgh copy. London, 1791.

Pegge (Sam.), the Forme of Cury; a roll of ancient English Cookery, compiled about A.D. 1390, by the Master Cooks of King Richard II.; presented afterwards to Queen Elizabeth by Edward Lord Stafford ; and now in the possession of Gust. Brander, Esq.; illustrated with Notes and a Glossary. A Manuscript of the Editor, of the same age and subject, is subjoined. 8vo. London, 1780.

[Lewis's (John)] Dissertation on the Antiquity and Use of Seals in England. 4to. London, 1740. (Hist. of Faversham.)

Lethieullier's (Smart) Description of the Tapestries remaining in the Cathedral of Bayeux [illustrative of Earl Harold's Embassy to Duke William of Normandy]. Infeuditiones Militum qui debent servitia militaria Duci Normanniæ. Description of the Basso-Relievos representing the interview of Henry VIII. with Francis I.; and copy of the appointments for K. Henry VIII. and his Queen at the interview. (Appendix to Ducarel's Anglo Norman Antiq.)

[Howell (James)], A Character of England, as it was lately presented to a nobleman in France;-a perfect Description of the People and Country of Scotland; a brief Character of the Low Countries under the States. Small 12mo. London, 1659.

Hearne (the various Works edited by Tho.) viz., Spelman's Alfred; Leland's Itinerary; Dodwell de Parmâ Equestri; Lelandi Collectanea; Rossi Hist. Ang.; T. Livii Foro-Juliensis Vita Hen. V.; Aluredi Beverl. Annales; Roperi Vita T. Mori; Camdeni Annales; Guil. Neubr. Historia; Sprotti Chronica; Curious Discourses; Textus Roffensis; Robert. de Avesbury Hist. Edw. III.; Jo. de Fordun Scotichronic; Hist. of Glastonbury; Hemingii Chart. Wigormensis ; Robert of Gloucester's Chronicle; Peter of Langtoft's Chron.; Jo. Glastoniensis Chronica; Adam de Domerham Hist. Glast.; Tho. de Elmham Vita Hen. V.; Liber Niger Scac.; Anonymi, &c. de Comit. Warwicensibus; Jo. de Trokelowe Annales; Caii Vindicia Ant. Oxon.; Walter Hemingford Hist.; Thomæ de Otterbourne, &c. Chronica; Chronicon de Dunstaple; Benedictus de Vitâ Hen. II. &c. Vindication of those who took the Oath of Allegiance. 62 vols. 8vo. Original copies as subscribed for by Dr. Richardson, of Bierley. Oxonii, 1709-35.

Topography of the several Counties.


Collection towards the Natural History and Antiquities of Bedfordshire. (Nichols's Top. Brit. Vol. IV. Nos. 8 and 26.)


Lysons' Topographical Account of Bedfordshire. (Magna Brit. Vol. I.) Cooper's (O. St. John) Historical Account of the Parishes of Wimmington and Odell, Beds. (Nichols's Top. Brit. Vol. IV. No. 29.) Chronicon, sive Annales Prioratûs de Dunstable; unà cum Excerptis è chart. ejusdem Prioratûs: è cod. MSS. in Bib. Harlæianæ primùmque vulgavit T. Hearne. 2 vols. 8vo. Oxonii, 1733.

Ashmole's (Elias) History and Antiquities of Berkshire, with a particular account of the Castle and Town of Windsor. Folio. Reading, 1736. Lysons' Topographical Account of Berkshire. 4to. (Mag. Brit. Vol. I.) Collections towards a Parochial History of Berkshire. (Nichols's Bib. Topog. Vol. IV. No. 16.)

Some Account of the Parish of Great Coxwell, in the county of Berks. (Nichols's Bib. Topog. Vol. IV. No. 13.)

Coates' (Charles) History and Antiquities of Reading, with Supplement. 4to. Reading, 1810.

Pote's (Jos.) History and Antiquities of Windsor Castle; with an account of the town and corporation of Windsor. 4to. Eton, 1749.

Hofland's (Mrs.) Descriptive Account of the Mansion and Gardens of White Knights, a seat of the Duke of Marlborough, near Reading. Folio. London, 1819.

Hearne's (Tho.) Account of some Antiquities between Windsor and Oxford. (Leland's Itinerary, Vol. V.)

Hearne's (T.) Antiquities of Chilswell, near Oxford. (Liber Niger, Vol. II.)

Extract from a book written by Fr. Little, relating to Abingdon. (Liber Niger, Vol. II.)


Hooke's (And.) Bristollia; or, Memoirs of the City of Bristol, civil and ecclesiastical. 8vo. London, 1748.

Barrett's (Wm.) History and Antiquities of the City of Bristol. 4to. Bristol, 1789.

Britton's (John) Historical and Architectural Essay relating to Redcliffe Church, Bristol; illustrated with views, an account of the monuments, &c. 4to. London, 1813.

Britton's (J.) History and Antiquities of the Abbey and Church of Bristol. 4to. large paper. London, 1830.


Lipscomb's (Geo.) History and Antiquities of the County of Buckingham. 4 vols. imperial 4to. large paper. London, 1831.

Lysons' Topographical Account of Buckinghamshire. 4to. (Mag. Brit. Vol. I.)

Willis' (Browne) History of the town and hundred of Buckingham. 4to. 1755.

Seeley's (Jos.) Description of Stowe, the seat of the Marquess of Buckingham. 4to. Buckingham, 1797.

Storrer and Greig, Cowper illustrated by a series of Views in or near the
Park of Weston-Underwood, Bucks. (Cowper's Poems.)
Kennet's (White) Parochial Antiquities attempted in the history of
Ambrosden, Burcester, and other adjacent villages. (Oxfordshire.)


Blomefield's (Francis) Collectanea Cantabrigiensia; or, collections relating to Cambridge University, town, and county. 4to. Norwich, 1750.

Carter's (Edmund) History of the County of Cambridge, from the earliest account to the present time. 8vo. Cambridge, 1753.

Lysons' Topographical Account of Cambridgeshire. (Magna Brit. Vol. II.) Caius (Jo.) [or Kay] de Antiquitate Cantabrigiensis Academiæ. 4to. Londini, J. Daii, 1574.

Caii (Jo.) Historia Cantabrigiensis Academiæ ab urbe conditâ. 4to. Londini, 1574.

Fuller's (Thomas) History of the University of Cambridge since the Conquest. (Church History.)

History and Antiquities of the University of Cambridge, containing its original and progress; translated from a MS. published by Hearne in Sprotti Chronicon; and a Description of the present Colleges, &c. by Richard Parker. 8vo. London, [1721.]

Dyer's (Geo.) History of the University and Colleges of Cambridge, including notices of the Founders; with a series of illustrative Engravings, by J. Greig. 2 vols. royal 8vo. large paper. London,

Catalogus Cancellariæ, &c. Academiæ Cantabrigiensis. (Parker de Antiq. Ecclesiæ Britannica.)

Neli (Thomæ) Dialogus inter Reginam Elizabetham et Robertum Dudleium, Comit. Leycest., in quo de Academiæ Ædificiis præclarè agitur. (Dodwell de Parmâ Equest.)

Parker (Richard) Skeletos Cantabrigiensis; sive, Collegiorum umbratilis Delineatio. (Leland's Collectanea, Vol. V.)

Harraden's (William) Cantabrigia depicta; a series of Engravings representing the edifices in the University of Cambridge, with descriptions. Folio, large paper. Cambridge, 1809.

Masters's (Robert) History of the College of Corpus Christi and Ben'et, in the University of Cambridge; with additional matter, and continuation to the present time, by J. Lamb. 4to. Cambridge, 1831. Malden's (Henry) Account of King's College Chapel, in Cambridge. 8vo. Cambridge, 1769.

[Cole's (William)] Account of Pythagoras's School in Cambridge, as in Mr. Grose's Antiquities, and other Notices. Folio [1768].

A severe castigation of Masters's Merton Hall.

Bentham's (James) History and Antiquities of the Conventual and Cathedral Church of Ely, to the year 1771. 4to. Cambridge, 1771. Bentham's (J.) Supplement to the above, by W. Stevenson. 4to.

Norwich, 1817.

Miller's (George) Description of the Cathedral Church of Ely; with some Account of the Conventual Buildings. 8vo. large paper. London, 1808.

The History and Antiquities of Barnwell Abbey and Sturbridge Fair. (Nichols's Top. Brit. Vol. V. No. 38.)


King's (Daniel) Vale Royal of England; or, County Palatine of Chester illustrated with a Discourse on the Isle of Man. Folio. Lond. 1656. Leycester's (Sir Peter) Historical Antiquities concerning Chester, whereunto is added, a transcript of Doomsday Book, so far as regards Cheshire. Folio. London, 1673.

Ormerod's (George) History of the County Palatine and City of Chester. 3 vols. folio, large paper. London, 1819.

Leigh's (Charles) Natural History and Antiquities of Cheshire. (Lancashire.)

Lysons' Topographical Account of Cheshire. (Magna Brit. Vol. II.)


Carew's (Richard) Survey of Cornwall; with a MS. Index in a contemporary hand. 4to. Lond. 1602.

Borlase's (William) Antiquities, historical and monumental, of the county of Cornwall; consisting of several essays on the first inhabitants, Druid superstition, customs, and remains of the most remote antiquity, in Britain and the British Isles, exemplified and proved by monuments now extant in Cornwall and the Scilly Islands. With a Vocabulary of the Cornu-British language. Folio. London, 1769.

Polwhele's (R.) General History of Cornwall. 7 vols. 4to. Lond. 1816. Lysons' Topographical Account of Cornwall. (Magna Brit. Vol. III.) Whitaker's (John) Ancient Cathedrals of Cornwall historically surveyed. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1804.

Hedgeland's (J. P.) Description, accompanied by 16 coloured Plates, of the splendid decorations recently made to the Church of St. Neot, Cornwall; to which are prefixed, some Translations and Collections respecting St. Neot, and the former state of this Church, by Davies Gilbert. 4to. Lond. 1830.

Gorham's (J. C.) History of St. Neot's. (Huntingdonshire.)


Hutchinson's (W.) History of the County of Cumberland and some places adjacent. 2 vols. 4to. Carlisle, 1794-8.

Collinson's (Thos.) Essay towards a Natural History of Cumberland. (Westmoreland.)

Nicholson (J.) and R. Burn's History and Antiquities of Cumberland. (Westmoreland.)

Lysons' Topographical Account of Cumberland. (Magna Brit. Vol. IV.) Warburton's (John) Vallum Romanum, or the Picts' Wall. 4to.

Lond. 1753.

Dugdale's (Sir W.) Brief Account of the Cathedral of Carlisle. (St. Paul's.)


Davies's (C. P.) Historical and Descriptive View of Derbyshire. 8vo. large paper. Belper, 1811.

Pilkington's (J.) View of the present state of Derbyshire; with an Account of its most remarkable Antiquities. 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1789. Lysons' Topographical Account of Derbyshire. (Magna Brit. Vol. V.) Hutton's (W.) History of Derby, from the remotest ages to 1791; with Additions [by J. B. Nichols]. 8vo. Lond. 1817.

Pegge's (S.) Sketch of the History of Bolsover and Peak Castles. (Nichols' Top. Brit. Vol. IV., No. 32.)

Pegge's (S.) Roman Roads, Ikineld Street and Bath Way, discovered and investigated, through the county of Derby. (Nichols' Top. Brit. Vol. IV., No. 24.)

Blore's (Thos.) History of the Manor and Manor House of South Winfield. 4to. Lond. 1816.

Leigh's (C.) Natural History and Antiquities of the Peak. (Lancashire.) Cotton's (C.) Wonders of the Peak, a poem. 18mo. Nottingham,


Williams' (W.) Petrifactions in Derbyshire. (Mineralogy.)
Mawes' (J.) Mineralogy of Derbyshire. (Mineralogy.)


Polwhele's (Rich.) History of Devonshire. 3 vols. in one, folio. Exeter, 1793-1806.

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