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2. The Life of WILLIAM WAYNFLETE, by RICHARD CHAND
LER, D.D. See “ HAMPSHIRÉ,” p. 293.
BRAZEN NOSE COLLEGE. 1. The Lives of William SMYTH, Bishop of Lincoln, and Şir
RICHARD SUTTON, Knight, Founders of Brazen Nose College: chiefly compiled from Registers and other authentic Evidences; with an Appendix of Letters and Papers never before printed. By RALPH CHURTON, M.A. Rector of Middleton Cheney, Northamptonshire, and late Fellow of Brazen
Nose College. “Certainly the great multiplication of virtues upon human naturé resteth
upon societies well ordained and disciplined.”-Lord Bacon. OXFORD, at the University Press, for the Author: sold by Hari
well and Parker; and by Messrs. Rivington and White, London. MDCCC. Octavo, 602 pages, including the Dedication to the Bishop of Bangor, Preface, Contents, and Index,
PLATES. 1. Portrait of William Smyth, Bishop of Lincoln, holding in
his right Hand a Book, and in his left a Crozier. p. 1. 2. St. John's Hospital, Lichfield. 1495. C. E. Stringer fec.
1800. p. 86. 3. Collegium Aenei Nasi. p. 310. 4. Portrait of Sir Richard Sutton, in Armour, with his Arms on
a Sur-coat. p. 405. The Continuation of the Pedigree of Smyth, on Two Sheets,
folded, forming pages 468–469, with an asterisk. 5. The Autographs and Seals of Bishop Smyth and Sir Richard
Sutton. p. 483.
2. STATUTA AULÆ REGIÆ et Collegi de BRAZEN-Nose in
Oxonio ; subjiciuntur Excerpta ex Compositionibus et Testamentis Benefactorum et alia quædam notatu digna ad idem
Collegium pertinentia. A.D. MDCCLXXII. . Oclavo. Title-page as above. The Statutes, [A-0 2] 108 pages. Variæ Lectiones et Tituli Capitulorum, 8 pages. Title-page : “ Abstracts of Compositions and other Miscella
neous Collections relating to Brazen-Nose College." The Abstracts of Compositions, &c. 62 pages.
Contents of the Abstracts of Compositions, Alphabetical Index,
and Errata, 8 pages.
Prefixed to each Copy of these Statutes is the following Re. quest, printed on a separate slip, and pasted within the cover : “This book was printed solely for the private use of the Members of that particular Society to which it relates, and cannot be interesting to any others. When, therefore, it shall have answered the Owner's purpose, and can be no longer of service to him, it is hoped and expected that he or his Heirs will cause it to be either destroyed or returned to the College; and not permit it to fall into the hands of a Bookseller, and be sold to any accidental Purchaser.”
CHRIST CHURCH COLLEGE.
D.D. Chaplain to the Right Honourable Robert, Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer; with several Copper-plates. LONDON : Printed for John Barber, upon Lambeth Hill.
MDCCXXiy. Folio. Title-page as above. Dedication to the Chancellors, Vice-Chancellors, the Doctors,
with the other Members of the Two Universities. The Introduction, with some Account of this Work formerly
published, [b-g 2] p. i-xxiv. Contents of the Life, and of the Collections, [h-m 2] p. XXV-xliv,
p Names of Subscribers, Errata, and List of Plates, [n-p 2]
The Life, (B-6 U] 534 pages.
PLATES. 1. Portrait of the Author. Geo. Vertue sc. 1723, 2. Coins struck at York and Durham, exhibiting the Cardinal's
Hat, with the initial Letters of his Name. On p. xiv of
the Introduction. 3. Portrait of Cardinal Thomas Wolsey. P. Fourdrinier sc.
p. 1 of the Life. 4. Magdalen College Tower, Oxford. Inscribed to Dr. Edward
Butler. M. Burghers del. & sc. 5. Portrait of Cuthbert Tonstall, Bishop of Durham. P. Four
6. Portrait of Richard Fox, Bishop of Winchester. Joannes
Corvus Flandrys faciebat.
Geo. Vertue sc. MDCCXXIII,
7. Representation of the House of Lords, as they sat in the
Reign of K. Henry VIII. p. 302. 8. Prospect of the Hall of Christ Church, formerly Cardinal
College, Oxon, from the great Quadrangle. Folio.
P. Fourdrinier sc. 9. A View of ye Inside of ye Kitchen of Christ Church Col
lege, Oxon, formerly Cardinal College ; also one side of
the Kitchen, drawn by Scale. p. 304. N. B. There are LARGE PAPER copies of this work.
2. Sıx ETCHINGS by WILLIAM CROTCH, from Sketches by Mr.
O'Neill, of the Ruins of the late Fire at Christ Chureh, Oxford (March 3, 1809). To which is prefixed some Account of the Fire, and the Buildings injured by it.
Domus-Senium hæc alebat
FREIND, Ode ad Ducem Novo-Castrensem. Published and sold by Robert Bliss, Bookseller, Oxford. Printed
by N. Bliss. 1809. Folio. Accompanied by a Ground Plan of the Building destroyed by
the Fire, and a page of References to the Plates, in addition to the Four pages of Descriptive Letter-press. N.B. Some copies were worked on India PAPER as Proofs.
3. A CATALOGUE of the COLLECTION of PICTURES in the LI
BRARY at CHRIST CHURCH (Oxford), which were bequeathed to that College by the late General Guise. To which is added a Catalogue of the Portraits in Christ Church Hall, Octavo.
TRINITY COLLEGE. 1. The Life of SIR THOMAS POPE, FOUNDER of TRINITY
COLLEGE, OXFORD; chiefly compiled from original Evidences. With an Appendix of Papers, never before printed. The Second Edition, corrected and enlarged, by T'HOMAS WARTON,
B.D. Fellow of Trinity College, and F.S.A. LONDON : Printed for Thomas Cadell, in the Strand. MDCCLXXX.
Octavo, 480 pages, including the Preface.
2. The Life and LITERARY REMAINS of RALPH BATHURST,
M.D. Dean of Wells, and President of Trinity College in Oxford. By Thomas WARTON, M.A. Fellow of Trinity College, and Professor of Poetry in the University of Oxford.
Non ego Te meis
Tolve tuos patiur labores
Obliviones.” Hor. Od. iv. 9. 30.
thurst, in Fleet Street; and J. Fletcher, in the Turl, Oxford.
MDCCLXI. Octavo. Title-page as above. Dedication to the President, Fellows, and Scholars of Trinity
College, dated March 1, 1761. Preface, &c. p. v-xxvii.
P. The Life [b 6–p 3] p. 29-230. Index to the Literary Remains, p. 231-232. The Literary Remains, beginning with an English and Latin
Half Title, (B-U 4] 296 pages. With a Portrait of Ralph Bathurst. A. Walker sc. e Tab,
D. Loggan ad viv. fac. ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE. The Deed of Trust and Will of RICHARD RAWLINSON, of
St. John Baptist College, Oxford, Doctor of Laws, containing his Endowment of an Anglo-Saxon Lecture, and other
Benefactions to the College and University. LONDON: Printed, by Appointment of the Testator, for James Fletcher, jun, in Oxford, and sold by John and James Riving
; ton, at the Bible and Crown in St. Paul's Church-yard. 1755. Octavo, 44 pages.
CLARKE, Esq. LL.D. late Member of Parliament for the
Oxon. LONDON : Printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford Arms in War
wick Lane, MDCCXXXVII. Octavo, 69 pages, exclusive of the Title.
HERTFORD COLLEGE. 1. A SCHEME of DISCIPLINE, with STATUTES, intended to be
established by a Royal Charter for the Education of Youth in Hart Hall, in the University of Oxford. 1720. Folio.
2. Rules and STATUTES for the Government of HERTFORD
COLLEGE, in the University of Oxford; with Observations on particular parts of them, shewing the Reasonableness thereof.
By R. Newton, D.D. Principal of Hertford College. LONDON : Printed for John Osborn, in Pater noster Row.
MDCCXLVII. Octavo, 167 pages, including the Preface. BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 1. The Life of Sr. THOMAS BODLEY, the Honovrable Founder
of the Pvbliqve Library in the Vniuersity of Oxford. Written
by Himselfe. OXFORD: Printed by Henry Hall, Printer to the Universitie.
1647. Quarto, 20 pages, including the Title and Epistle to the Reader.
2. RELIQUIÆ BODLEIANÆ: or Some Genuine Remains of Sir
Thomas Bodley; containing his Life, the first Draught of the Statutes of the Publick Library at Oxford (in English), und a Collection of Letters to Dr. James, &c. Published
from the Originals in the said Library. (By THOMAS HEARNE.) LONDON : Printed for John Hartley, next Door to the King's
Head Tavern, over against Gray's Inn, in Holbourn. 1703. Octavo, 400 pages, including the Title, Epistle to the Reader, and Errata.
3. CATALOGUS LIBRORVM BIBLIOTHECÆ PvBLICÆ, quam Vir
Ornatissimus THOMAS BODLEIVS Eques auratus in Academia Oxoniensi nuper instituit : continet autem Libros alphabeticè dispositos secundum quatuor Facultates ; cum Quadrvplici Elencho Expositorum S. Scripturæ, Aristotelis, Juris utriusq; & Principum Medicinæ, ad vsum Alınæ Academiæ Oxoniensis,
Auctore THOMA JAMES, ibidem Bibliothecario. OXONIÆ, apud Josephum Barnesium. Ann. Dom. 1605,
Quarto. [A-XXXX 4] 741 pages, including the Title, Dedication to Prince Henry Frederick, Preface, and Index.