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BRITISI MUSEUM PUBLICATIONS--continued.
V. HEAD,-re-issue, Part I, containing Plates 1-7, in autotype facsimile,
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Printed Books, Prints and Drawings. CATALOGUE of Prints and Drawings in the British Museum, 8vo. Vol. 1, cloth, 158
1870 Prints and DRAWINGS in the British Museum, reproduced by photographic
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1882 CATALOGUE of Printed Books (British Museum): VIRGILIUS, folio, 74 columns, sd. 2s
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Nottingham, 1882 A poem in stately blank verse, divided into months, and somewhat akin in character to Thomson's Seasons, although the spirit is that of our own day. A few minor pieces in rhyme are added at the end. Bullen's Collection of Rare Old English Plays, 4 vols. square 4to. hf. vellum, £4. 48
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Camoens' Lusiads, by Captain Burton, 4 vols. 12mo. extra cloth, 288
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FAMILY HISTORY OF THE DEANERY OF TRIGG
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1868-79 The future selling price will be £8. 8s. Alike as a work of Family and Topographical History, and a learned contribution to English Archæology, the work is of high importance. Only a small number of copies was printed, of which there is now left but a fractional remainder. It will undoubtedly before long rise in value; not only from exhaustion by local purchasers but also by dispersion amongst the many booklovers throughout the kingdom who take an interest in Cornwall. The Indexes of Names are very full and satisfactory.
The book begins with the Primeval and early Christian Monuments of the County, and then proceeds in monographs of Parishes as follows:-Blisland, Bodmin, St. Breward, Egloshayle, St. Endellion, Forrabury and Minster, Helland, St. Tudy, Tintagel and Trevalga, St. Teath and Temple, St. Minver, St. Mabyn and Michaelstowe, Lanteglos juxta Camelford and Advent, and Lesnewith, Lanowe alias St. Kew.
LIST of FAMILIES, whose Pedigrees are given in Trigg Minor.
the same page as the Pedigrees.
mentioned in Maclean's Trigg Minor :-
Priory of St. Mary Treore
and St. Petrock Trequites
Trewigget Court Place House Newhall