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69 Lyndewode.

Provinciale seu Constitutiones Anglie.

Printed by A. Bocard, Paris, 1501.

Lent by the Committee of the Bromley House Library.

70 The Greate Abbrydgement of all ye Statutes of Englande.

71

Printed by Robert Redman, London, 1530.

Lent by the Committee of the Bromley House Library.
Erasmus. The Exposycyon of the Commune Crede.
Printed by Robert Redman, London, 1539.

Lent by the Committee of the Bromley House Library.
Printed by R. Stephen, Paris,

72 Greek Testament.

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75 Charles I. A true and exact relation of the manner of

His Majesty's setting up his standard at Nottingham, on
Monday, 22nd of August, 1642. London, printed for F.
Coles, 1642.

Lent by Mr. James Ward, M.B.S., LOND.

76 Eikon Basilike, 1660.

Lent by Mrs. Chaworth Musters.

77 Thoroton (Dr. R.), History of Nottinghamshire.

The Historian's Copy, 1677. Large paper.

Lent by Mr. James Ward.

Large paper copies are exceedingly rare.

78 Thoroton (Dr. R.), History of Nottinghamshire. Containing manuscript notes by the Rev. John Staunton, LL.D.,

of Staunton Hall, Notts.

Lent by Mrs. Chaworth Musters.

79 Bible of John Nisbet, ancestor of the late Lady Lucy Smith. Circa 1685.

Lent by Mr. Frank Smith.

John Nisbet was one of the covenanters, and was executed at Hardhill, in 1685. This Bible belonged to him and he gave it to a friend just as he was ascending the scaffold, and in it he wrote his confession of faith the night before his execution.

80 Robin Hood Ballads. Old Editions.

Lent by Mr. Henry Hill.

Collection of Chap Books. Printed in Nottingham, dating from 1780-1800.

Lent by Mr. and Mrs. Percy Cro

The Vow Breaker, or the Faire Maide of Clifto Nottinghamshire. By William Sampson, 1636.

Lent by Mr. & Mrs. Percy Cro

Bateman's Tragedy, or the Fair Maid of Clifton. C Book. Circa 1790.

Lent by Mr. and Mrs. Percy Cro

Lent by Mr. and Mrs. Percy Cro

Bateman's Tragedy. Broadsides. 3 dissimilar.

Children's Books, (Collection of) Printed in Notting

and Derby.

Lent by Mr. and Mrs. Percy Cro Byron (Lord), Poems on various occasions. New

1807.

Lent by the Committee of the Bromley House Lib This is a very rare edition of the Newark printed Poems, a few copies are known to exist.

Carlisle (Frederick Earl of), Poems, 1807. With

autograph of Augusta Leigh, Lord Byron's sister.

Lent by Mr. James V

The Earl of Carlisle was the guardian of Lord Byron. Byron (Lord), English Bards, and Scotch Review 1st Edition.

Lent by Mr. M. I. Pre

Kirke White (Henry), Clifton Grove, &c. 1st Edi

1803.

Lent by Mr. M. I. Pre

Lent by Mr. M. I. Pre

Bailey (Philip James), Festus. 1st Edition. 1839.

93 Nottingham and Derby Railway Companion, 1839. Lent by Mr. James Ward. This was the first Nottingham Railway Time Table and Guide. 94 Clements (F.) "From Whence Nottingham Sprang."

2 vols.

Lent by Mr. F. Clements.

95 Greek Testament (Fields), 1657. Containing Kirke White's autograph.

Lent by Mr. M. I. Preston.

96 Gray's Poems, 1st Edition, 1768.

Lent by Mr. M. I. Preston.

97 Byron (Lord), "Hours of Idleness." Newark, 1807.

98 "Elegant Epistles."

Lent by Mr. M. I. Preston.

Lent by the Committee of the Nottingham Free Public Library.
This volume contains the signature of "Mary Ann Chaworth,
Annesley, 1802,” and pencil drafts of letters evidently
addressed to Lord Byron.

99 Flora Nottinghamiensis, by Thomas Ordoyno. Published by S. J. Ridge, Newark, 1807.

Lent by Mr. Henry Ashwell, J.P.

On the fly leaf is written, "E. B. Pigot, August 27th, 1807.
Presented to her by the Rev. J. T. Becher," and in a lady's
handwriting—" He was the real Author-though it is in
Ordoyno's name, and the latter had the profit of it."

100 Moore's Letters and Journals of Lord Bryon.Vol. 2,

101

1830.

Lent by the Committee of the Nottingham Free Public Library.
This volume was rescued from the fire made by the "Reform
Rioters," in the drawing room of Colwick Hall.
Collection of Battledores. Printed in Nottingham and

Derby.

Lent by Mr. and Mrs. Percy Cropper.

102 Designs for Lace (3 books), by Cesare Vecellic. Pub

lished at Venice, 1592.

Lent by Mr. J. T. Spalding, J.P.

ART BOOKBINDINGS.

103 Thoroton (Robert), The Antiquities of Nottingham

shire. Scrolled calf, gilt tooling. London, 1667.

Lent by Mr. J. T. Spalding, J.P.

104 Psalms, Book of. Embroidered covers. 1641.

Lent by Mrs. William Foster.

105 Psalms, Book of. Embroidered covers.

1643.

Lent by Mrs. William Foster.

106 Speed's, The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, with a prospect of the most famous parts of the World. Morocco, gilt tooling.

London, 1676.

107 Deering (Charles, M.D.)

Lent by Mr. J. T. Spalding, J.P. An Historical account of the

Lent by Mr. J. T. Spalding, J.P.

Ancient and Present State of the Town of Nottingham.
Panelled calf, gilt tooling. Nottingham, 1751.

108

Stow (John)

A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster. Calf, gilt tooling. Arms on sides. 2 Vols. London, 1754.

Lent by Mr. J. T. Spalding, J.P.

109 Dickinson (William) Antiquities in Nottinghamshire, comprising the History of Southwell, and of Newark. Calf, extra gilt tooling. Hage, Newark, 1801 and 1816. Lent by Mr. J. T. Spalding, J.P.

110 Kirke White (H.) "Clifton Grove," 1803. Crushed morocco, floriated design on sides.

111

Lent by Mr. James Ward, M.B.S., Lond.

Ackerman (R.) The Microcosm of London.
Red morocco, gilt tooling. 3 vols. London, 1811.

Lent by Mr. J. T. Spalding, J.P.

112 Blackner (John) The History of Nottingham. Panelled calf, gilt tooling. Nottingham, 1815.

Lent by Mr. J. T. Spalding, J.P.

113 Whitaker (Thomas Dunham) A History of Richmond

shire in the North Riding of the County of York. Crimson

morocco, gilt tooling. 2 vols. London, 1823.

Lent by Mr. J. T. Spalding, J.P.

114 Kirke White (H.)

"Remains" in Prose. 1824.

Purple calf, with heavy gilt roll on sides,

Lent by Mr. James Ward.

115 Byron (Lord) "Don Juan," 1826.

Contemporary straight grained morocco, fully gilt, with design on sides.

Lent by Mr. James Ward.

116 Nelson on the Eucharist. White vellum, inlaid with various coloured leathers, stamped, dull gilt edges, by Hayday.

117

Lent by Mr. James Ward.

Moore (T.) "Lalla Rookh," 1846. Contemporary

decorated polished calf with imitation Grolier edges. Bound by Dearden, Nottingham.

Lent by Mr. James Ward.

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119 Raine (Rev. James.) A brief Historical account of the Episcopal Castle or Palace of Auckland. Purple calf

extra. Durham, 1852.

Lent by Mr. J. T. Spalding, J.P.

120 Scott (Sir Walter.) Waverley novels. Border edition. Edited by Andrew Lang. Crimson crushed morocco.

121

1892.

Lent by Mr. J. T. Spalding, J.P. Burton (Captain, Sir R. F.) The Book of a Thousand Nights and a Night. Edited by L. C. Smithers. Green crushed morocco. Gilt tooling. 12 vols. 1894.

Lent by Mr. J. T. Spalding, J.P.

122 Kelmscott Press (William

Emperor Constans, etc.
Mr. S. Clegg.

Morris.) The Tale of the
Modern cut work. Bound by

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123 Gerring (C.) Notes on Book Illustration. 1898. Olive pressed levant morocco, panelled and tooled sides, extra.

Lent by Mr. James Ward.

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