The Life Of Anthony à Wood (page 1/2)

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I have a two-volume set of the lives of Hearne and Wood; the woodcuts here are mostly from the first volume. which is The Life of Anthony à Wood From the Year 1632 to 1672, Written by Himself, and Published by Mr. Thomas Hearne.

This is also online at Google Books as The lives of those eminent antiquaries John Leland, Thomas Hearne, and again at here, although I think both copies are of the first volume only.

Title: The Life Of Anthony à Wood

Author: Wood, Anthony

City: Oxford

Date: 1772

Total items: 9

Out of copyright (called public domain in the USA), hence royalty-free for all purposes usage credit requested, or as marked.

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[picture: Two Bookplates]

Two Bookplates

Two bookplates, one seeming older than the other: [more...] [$]

[picture: Ruins of the Abbey Church at Einsham]

Ruins of the Abbey Church at Einsham

The Ruins of the Abbey Church of Einsham. 1657. Taken from the S.E. [more...] [$]

[picture: Front Cover]

Front Cover

The book is bound in tooled leather, with marbled edges to the paper. The binding is the same on both volumes. [$]

[picture: Thomas Hearne M.A. of Edmund Hall Oxon.]

Thomas Hearne M.A. of Edmund Hall Oxon.

Thomas Hearne M.A. of Edmund Hall Oxon.
Obit 10 Junii. 1735. Ætat. 57.
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[picture: The Castle of Oxford]

The Castle of Oxford

This small woodcut shows Oxford Castle as it might have been shortly after it was built. [more...] [$]


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I have a two-volume set of the lives of Hearne and Wood; the woodcuts here are mostly from the first volume. which is The Life of Anthony à Wood From the Year 1632 to 1672, Written by Himself, and Published by Mr. Thomas Hearne.

This is also online at Google Books as The lives of those eminent antiquaries John Leland, Thomas Hearne, and again at here, although I think both copies are of the first volume only.


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