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Collections for the continuation of Dugdale"s antiquities of Warwickshire.
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Dugdale, William. Warwickshire: being a concise topographical description of the different towns and villages in the county of Warwick, including historical notices of its public buildings and antiquities, ancient manorial customs c. c. / from the elaborate work of Sir William Dugdale, and other later authorities ; embellished with engravings, and an accurate map of the county. Most of the plates in Antiquities of Warwickshire are the work of Wenceslaus Hollar (), the Bohemian printmaker who came to England in and spent the rest of his life here. One famous collector of Hollar’s works was A.W.N. Pugin (), the architect, writer and designer. It is particularly pleasing, therefore, to find Pugin’s bookplate at the front of volume one and.
The Antiquities of Warwickshire Illustrated; From Records, Leiger-Books, Manuscripts, Charters, Evidences, Tombes, and Armes. London: Thomas Warren, Dugdale spent twenty years traversing Warwickshire in researching this, the foremost county history of the period. Wing D The Antiquities of Warwickshire Illustrated | This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process.
Dugdale gained through Hatton access to the records in the Tower, and to the Cottonian collection among other repertories of manuscripts. Dugdale was not rich, but Hatton's liberality enabled him to undertake the completion of a work on the antiquities of Warwickshire independently of . Dugdales Antiquities Warwickshire for Sale: Browse TODAY's SELECTED Dugdales Antiquities Warwickshire for SALE, BEST OFFER and Auction. FIND 's of Antiques, Art, Vintage & RARE Collectors' items offered for sale by antique centres, dealers and collectors.
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The antiquities of Warwickshire illustrated: from records, leiger-books, manuscripts, charters, evidences, tombes, and armes: beautified with Pages: Internet Archive BookReader The antiquities of Warwickshire illustrated: from records, leiger-books, manuscripts, charters, evidences, tombes, and armes: beautified.
The antiquities of Warwickshire illustrated from records, leiger-books, manuscripts, charters, evidences, tombes, and armes: beautified with maps, prospects and portraictures / by William Dugdale. The antiquities of Warwickshire illustrated; from records, leiger-books, manuscripts, charters, evidences, tombes, and armes: beautified with maps, prospects, and portraictures.
The second edition. London: printed for John Osborn and Thomas Longman, On 3rd Novemberthe College and University celebrated the life of Professor James Campbell (), Tutorial Fellow.
'Ms collections for the continuation of the history and antiquities of Warwickshire by Sir William Dugdale, knight, and Dr. Thomas, to the present year, by a sincere admirer' Description Historical, topographical and genealogical notes on places in Warwickshire by Rev.
Thomas Ward. A collection of records, illustrations, maps and manuscripts documenting the history of Warwickshire. William Dugdale's place in the annals of historical scholarship is an honourable one.
His speciality was the retrieval of factual information relating to the great institutions of the middle ages: the monasteries, the legal system, and the. Antiquities of Warwickshire illustrated, William Dugdale () This is the first edition of a wonderfully detailed topographical description of the towns and villages in the County of Warwick and it contains a mine of information for family historians.
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The Antiquities of Warwickshire, Illustrated: From Records, Leiger-Books William Dugdale No preview available - William Dugdale No preview available - To these may be added the author of The Antiquities of Warwickshire, for, though Sir William Dugdale was not an alumnus of the university, yet, during his sojourn in Oxford, in –6, he fell under the spell of the Bodleian and collected there abundant material for the works he was at that time projecting.: The book which Wood greeted so enthusiastically was not undeserving of the encomium.
Fine copy of Dugdale's Antiquities of Warwickshire. This work is the standard set for all susequent County Histories This work contains the first engraving (p. ) of one of the two authentic likenesses of William Shakespeare (the monument bust on the north wall.
The Antiquities of Warwick, and Warwick Castle; Extracted From Sir William Dugdale's Antiquities of Warwickshire. To Which is Added, a Detail of the Arrival at Warwick in the Year [Dugdale, William] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Antiquities of Warwick, and Warwick Castle; Extracted From Sir William Dugdale's Antiquities of s: 1. William Dugdale, a Warwickshire man born inbegan his literary work about as a local antiquary, although his History of Warwickshire was not published until His career in the dignified and leisured Office of Arms (Blanch LyonRouge CroixNorroy ) allowed him to undertake a series of literary projects, the scale of which would have staggered a less rapid and.
Dugdale’s Antiquities of Warwickshire This is an example of a “typical” repair. The covers have split away at the joint and the corners are “bumped”. London - John Osborn, Thomas Longman et al., Book. POOR due to inco. Hardcover. A collection of records, illustrations, maps and manuscripts documenting the history of Warwickshire.
William Dugdale'splace in the annals of historical scholarship is an honourable one. collection x antiquities of Warwickshire illustrated; from records, leiger-books, manuscripts, charters, evidences, tombes, and armes: beautified with maps, prospects and portraictures by William Dugdale.
Other articles where Antiquities of Warwickshire is discussed: Sir William Dugdale: other important works are the Antiquities of Warwickshire (), which became a model for large-scale county histories, and The Baronage of England (–76). He was knighted in Warwickshire is particularly fortunate to have Sir William Dugdale’s county history, The Antiquities of Warwickshire, which was first published in one volume in The early seventeenth century was a time of increasing interest in local history studies, assisted by a growing network of landowners who were collecting manuscripts connected to their families and land.
The book is based on the papers presented to the Society’s conference inwhich marked the th anniversary of the publication of the Antiquities of Warwickshire.
It assesses the work of a prolific author who was the founder of Warwickshire history, and one of the key figures in the development of the local history in England. The antiquities of Warwickshire illustrated from records, leiger-books, manuscripts, charters, evidences, tombes, and armes: beautified with maps, prospects, and portraictures by Dugdale, William Sir.
0 Ratings 0 Want to read; 0 Currently reading; 0 Have read. The antiquities of Coventre illustrated. From records, leidger-books, manuscripts, charters, evidences, tombes and armes. Beautified with many curious copper-plate cuts.
By Sir William Dugdale, carefully collected from his edition of the Antiquities of Warwickshire, published in the year, by: Dugdale, William, Sir, Dugdale Society Almost every English county has a record society, which in the case of Warwickshire is called the Dugdale Society in honour of the great historian of the Civil War period, whose ‘Antiquities of Warwickshire’ was published in Life.
Dugdale was born at Shustoke, near Coleshill in Warwickshire, where his father, John Dugdale, was steward to the local landowner.
As he was born, a swarm of bees flew into the garden, which some considered "a happy presage on the life of the babe." He was educated at King Henry VIII School, he married Margaret Huntbach (–81), with whom he had nineteen children.