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Remarkable antiquities of the city Exeter
1723 by Printed for Edward Score, John March, and Nathaniel Thorne, booksellers in Exon: and Samuel Birt, London in London .
Written in English
Presented in memory of Clifford Wingard.
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IZACKE (RICHARD) Remarkable Antiquities of the City of Exeter third edition, now very much enlarged, and continued to the yearfolding engraved town plan, one engraved plate, engraved illustrations in the text, for the Author, COSSINS (JAMES) Reminiscences of Exeter Fifty Years Since, bookplate of Edgar Tozer, Exeter, for the Author, OLIVER.
Remarkable antiquities of the city of Exeter: giving an Remarkable antiquities of the city Exeter book of the laws and customs of the place the titles and privileges of the several corporations, and their distinct coats of arms : with a catalogue of all the bishops, mayors, and sheriffs, from the yearto Then in he published his Remarkable Antiquities of the City 1 See Mr.
Moore's Calendar, partly printed in Notes and Cleanings, Vol. Ill et seq., and Dr. Wylie's section on Hooker's Books in the Hist. MSS.
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The Recorder is an Office of later Institution than the Mayor, for (as it seems by the course of the Records) some one of the Officers was of ability to direct the Court according to the Laws of the Land, and Customs of the said City; but at length matters in Law encreasing, by good.
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Title page of the first edition of Izacke's Antiquities of the City of Exeter. Richard Izacke (c–) of Devon was an antiquarian and lawyer who served as Chamberlain of the City of Exeter.
His history, Antiquities of the City of Exeter, was first published in The Exeter Book is the rarest of treasures: only four codices of Anglo-Saxon poetry have survived, and the Exeter Book is reckoned to be “at once the largest and most varied” of the four (Lloyd & Arskine 5).Transcribed somewhere “around A.D.
perhaps at Crediton or Exeter” (Lloyd & Arskine 4) by a single scribe writing in dark brown ink on vellum, the book is visually. Richard Izacke; Samuel Izacke () , Remarkable Antiquities of the City of Exeter, London: Printed for Edw.
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Remarkable Antiquities / OF THE / CITY / OF / EXETER. / Giving an Account / Of the Laws and Customs of the Place, / the Offices, Court of Judicature, Gates, Walls, / Rivers, Churches, and Immunities: The / Titles and Privileges of the several Incorporati- / ons: with their distinct Coats of Arms Engrav’d / on Copper Plates.
Rights and priviledges of the freemen of Exeter, ]) [NO ONLINE VERSION FOUND - aka Remarkable ANTIQUITIES O F T H E City of Exeter. missing.] Comparison should also be made with the arms of William Jordan of Shalcombe (Shawcombe) in the Isle of Wight, Hampshire, on the memorial to his daughter Jane, found in the church of Milford on.
Some account of the Cathedral Church of Exeter: Illustrative of the Plans, Elevations, and Sections, of that Building was published in for the Society of Antiquaries in London. 1 The book is largely the work of architect to the Society, John Carter, although two preliminary essays, by Bishop Charles Lyttelton (–68) and Sir Henry Englefield (–), have been.
The fact that a building of such great beauty should adorn a city so situated is remarkable; for long after—as we read in Macaulay—weekly posts left London for various parts of England, Exeter was still, as it were, on the borders of territories scarcely explored, and was the furthest western point to which letters were conveyed from the.
The city is governed by a mayor, 14 aldermen and 42 councillors. Area, acres. The eastern suburb of Heavitree, where is the Exeter city asylum, is an urban district with a population () of Exeter was the Romano-British country town of Isca Damnoniorum—the most westerly town in the south-west of Roman Britain.
Mosaic pavements. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. William Dugdale (Dugdale, William, ) A Wikipedia article about this author is available. Dugdale, William, The Antiquities of Warwickshire Illustrated: From Records, Leiger-Books, Manuscripts, Charters, Evidences, Tombes, and Armes, Beautified With Maps, Prospects, and Portraictures (London: T.
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edition, with large additions Volume 1 of 2 by Stukeley, William and a great selection of related books, art. Section —Exeter: the Name and the Oxford College. Exeter: the Name and the Oxford College.
The changes which the names of places have undergone are often strikingly illustrative of the vast extent of time over which the annals of such places extend; Exeter forms a remarkable case in point.
Ancient Diocese of Exeter. From the Catholic Encyclopedia (EXONIA, ISCA DAMNONIORUM, Pdf WISE, EXANCEASTER; EXONIENSIS). English see, chosen by Leofric, Bishop of Crediton, as his cathedral city in Originally Devonshire formed part of .Old England: A Pictorial Museum of Regal, Ecclesiastical, Baronial, Download pdf and Popular Antiquities, Charles Knight ( – ) London, Charles Knight and Co., Ludgate Street, First Edition,two volumes, folio, pp.
viii, ; vi,24 chromoxylographs (incl. frontis.).Many wood-engraved text illustrations. My copy has contemporary (worn) half-calf with gilt backs; .A University of Exeter expert will receive a fitting keepsake to ebook being awarded the Freedom ebook the City for his services to history - the key to an iconic lost building.
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