1 edition of collection of sheets from the catalogue of Sir Thomas Phillipps]. found in the catalog.
collection of sheets from the catalogue of Sir Thomas Phillipps].
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Although not ascribed to Norden in the library catalogue, it is probably an original work of his or a contemporary copy formerly in Bishop Moore's collection (cf. Notes and Queries, 2nd ser. xi. 29; Reliquiæ Hearnianæ, 2nd ed. , ii. ). ‘An Abstract of divers Manors, Lands, etc., granted to Prince Charles by James I, and surveyde by. Bibliography Summary list of the additional manuscripts accessioned and listed between September and September , David Ramage An index to MSS. Add. 1 - , which should be used with care, as it contains occasional references to items from other Durham University Library collections, and a collection of microfilms of Durham related manuscripts from other repositories.
Encouraged by Sir Frederic Madden and Sir Thomas Phillipps, he founded the Collectanea Topographica et Genealogica in for topographical articles that were increasingly squeezed out of the Gentleman’s Magazine as it sought to ‘embrace a larger circle of Literature’. 10 It ran until and was followed by the Topographer and. In April , John Paine, the King's collector of Patuxent, was murdered. George Mason, John Woodcock, and William Burleigh were tried for the crime and found not guilty. This is a detailed account of the proceedings and acquittal. A manuscript from the celebrated manuscript collections of Sir Thomas Phillipps, numbered
MARTIN, THOMAS (–), antiquary, known as ‘Honest Tom Martin of Palgrave,’ was born on 8 March –7 at Thetford, in the school-house of St. Mary's parish, which is the only parish of that town situate in the county of Suffolk. in the Monck Mason collection (Monck Mason Sale Catalogue, Lot No. ) whence it passed into the possession of Sir Thomas Phillipps (Phillipps , pt.). It was purchased by the National Library in I have to thank the Trustees and Director of the Library for their kind permission to publish it.
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From his private press at his estate at Middle Hill, Broadway, Worcestershire, England, Sir Thomas Phillipps issued Catalogus librorum manuscriptorum in bibliotheca d. Thomae Phillips, Bt., listing the most significant collection of manuscripts ever assembled by a ing to A.N.L. Munby, this catalogue of Phillipps's manuscript collection, published in fascicules, or parts, over.
Sir Thomas Phillipps was a book and manuscript collector from young adulthood, and amassed the largest manuscript collection of the 19th century. He was born inthe illegitimate son of a textile manufacturer, and began collecting while a student at Rugby and later at Oxford.
NASA Images Solar System Collection Ames Research Center. Brooklyn Museum. Full text of "Catalogue of the First Portion of the Famous Library of Sir Thomas Phillipps, Including a. Twenty-two volumes (25 cm), in the publisher’s bindings, as issued.
- Parts of the sale catalogues of Phillipps manuscripts and printed books. Very good, unmarked copies. Some Price Lists are lacking.
Offered with Catalogue of broadsides, posters, pamphlets and other printed ephemera, from the celebrated collection formed by Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bt. (); the property of the.
A catalogue of publications printed at the Middle Hill Press, including many copies in proof sheets with manuscript corrections by Sir Thomas Phillipps by H.P. Kraus (Firm) (Book) Sir Thomas Phillipps & Australia by Valmai Hankel (Book). Eight copies of Audubon's The Birds of America have sold for more than $1 million.
This is a list of printed books, manuscripts, letters, music scores, comic books, maps and other documents which have sold for more than US$1 million. The dates of composition of the books range from the 7th-century Quran leaf palimpsest and the early 8th century.
The entries under " Phillipps " in the massive folio catalogue of that collection run for twenty columns and cover nearly four hundred items. A number of the individual pieces in this set are annotated by or inscribed to Sir Frederic Madden, Keeper of Manuscripts at the British Museum, a longtime friend of Sir Thomas Phillipps.
Phillipps, Esq. Catalogue of Manuscripts on Papyrus, Vellum and Paper of the 13th century B.C. to the 18th century A.D. From the celebrated collection formed by Sir Thomas Phillipps ( ). The property of the Trustees of the Robinson Trust.
Day of Sale: Tuesday, 25 November [Bibliotheca Phillippica. Medieval Manuscripts: New Series: Fifth Part]. Book History and Print Culture Examples of armorial or other specific forms of bindings, for example, are to be found in our general collections or in one or more of our special author or subject collections, such as Galileo, the Hannah collection on the history of medicine, or the Buchanan collection of Italian Renaissance and Spanish literature.
From the description of Will of Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bart., Thirlestaine House, Cheltenham [autograph manuscript], March (Unknown). WorldCat record id: Sir Thomas Phillipps was the pre-eminent book and manuscript collector of nineteenth century England.
Sir Thomas Phillipps () collected together 31 pieces from this binding (27 with traces of writing), which were sold in our rooms, 28 Novemberto H.P.
Kraus, who presented them the following year to the Bibliothèque Nationale (Rare Book Saga, p; In Retrospect, no.3), where they are now BnF., ms In English politician Sir Robert Bruce Cotton began collecting original manuscripts, an activity which he continued until his death in One of the foundations of the British Museum sinceand hence of the British Library, Cotton's library of manuscripts has been called the most important collection of manuscripts ever assembled in Britain by a private individual.
originally it belonged to the collection of Sir Thomas Phillipps, a famous nine teenth-century English collector of manuscripts who was also a publisher and owner of the Middle Hill Press.
It is numbered Phillipps Ms on the first leaf. "Thos. Phillipps MiddleHiII " is written on the front fly leaf. The Grolier Club was presented with the collection from the Horblit estate consisting mainly of works actually printed by famed manuscript collector Sir Thomas Phillipps.
This book inventories this collection. Bibliotheca Phillippica. Catalogue of English Manuscripts, Autograph Letters and Charters from the Celebrated Collection formed by Sir Thomas Phillipps New Series: Twelfth Part.
London: Sotheby & Co, Joctavo, printed green wrappers. Sotheby & Co, lots. From the Introduction, "The astonishing range of Sir Thomas. A PLEA FOR THE STUDY OF BRITTON The interest of the writer in Britton came about in an unusual way.
About five years ago he was offered a MS. which had been purchased by the seller at one of the sales of the Sir Thomas Phillipps' Collection of MSS., conducted by Author: Hampton L. Carson. Besides Middle Hill Press material, the Horblit Phillipps collection includes bookseller and book auction catalogues annotated by Sir Thomas, four decades of his personal appointment books, and a great deal of correspondence concerning book purchases, as well as drawings, photographs, and ephemera, the whole numbering about 2, items.
For. Early life. Martin was born at Thetford in the school house of St. Mary's parish, which is the only parish of that town situated in the county of Suffolk. He was son of William Martin, rector of Great Livermere, Suffolk, and of St Mary's, Thetford, by his wife Elizabeth, only daughter of Thomas Burrough of Bury St.
Edmunds, and aunt to Sir James Burrough, master of Caius College, Cambridge. PHILLIPPS STUDIES NO. THE FAMILY AFFAIRS OF SIR THOMAS PHILLIPPS.
Cambridge: University Press, 8vo. cloth, xiii+(i), pages. Volume 2 of this 5 volume set. Covers rubbed. Name in ink. READ MORE about PHILLIPPS STUDIES NO. THE FAMILY AFFAIRS OF SIR THOMAS PHILLIPPS.
Price: $ 3 folio sheets. Various sizes. 1 75 *,* Notes on ships, statistics, etc. Originally bound up with a collection of tracts on slavery. NEWTON BY DARESBURY. Town Book. x mm.
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Open Library.collection which was sold in Juneand eleven of these had previously belonged to the Barrois collection.
Manuscripts from the collection of Sir Thomas Phillipps also appear in the list, and Phillipps nos., and are to be found at nos. 4, 5, 6, 12, 15 and 40 respectively.Missing from the Ashmole collection by Lot 90 in an unidentified 19th-century sale (cutting pasted to front) Sir Thomas Phillipps: MS.
Sotheby's, 28 Junelot. Purchased. Record Sources. Description by Matthew Holford, November Previously listed (as missing) in the Quarto Catalogue.