2 edition of Reliquiæ Bodleianæ found in the catalog.
Bodley, Thomas Sir
|Statement||Pub. from the orginals in the said library.|
|LC Classifications||Z792.O94 B 1703|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 p. l., 383,  p.|
|Number of Pages||383|
|LC Control Number||15017229|
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In the "Reliquiæ Bodleianæ," published in , is a letter written without date by Thomas Bodley to Francis Bacon. This letter does not appear to have been known to Mallett, Montague, Dixon, Spedding, or any of Bacon's biographers. Bibliotheca heraldica Magnæ Britanniæ. An analytical catalogue of books on genealogy, heraldry, nobility, knighthood & ceremonies; by Moule, Thomas, Pages:
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Reliquiæ Bodleianæ: or Some genuine remains of sir Thomas Bodley [ed. by T. Hearne.]. Thomas Bodley (sir.) 0 Reviews. Preview this book. This is, doubtless, the MS. of the Book of Proverbs, datedin which every chapter, as well as the dedication to the Earl of Essex, is written in a different style of caligraphy, which is now exhibited in the glass case nearest the entrance to the Library.
It is an extremely beautiful specimen of the handiwork of Mrs. Esther Inglis, of. Reliquiæ Bodleianæ: or Some Genuine Remains of Thomas Bodley. Containing His Life, the First Draught of the Statues of the Publick Library at Oxford (in English) and a Collection of Letters to Dr.
James, &c. Published from the Originals in said Library. London: Printed for John Hartley, First edition. NCBEL II, ; Lowndes Thomas James (c.
Reliquiæ Bodleianæ book – August ) was an English librarian and Anglican clergyman, the first librarian of the Bodleian Library, Oxford.
Life. He was born about at Newport, Isle of he was admitted a scholar of Winchester College and matriculated at New College, Oxford on 28 January He then graduated B.A. on 3 MayM.A.
on 5 February Alma mater: New College, Oxford. Get this from a library. Reliquiæ Bodleianæ: or, Some genuine remains of Sir Thomas Bodley.
Containing his life, the first draught of the statutes of the Publick library at Oxford, (in English) and a collection of letters to Dr. James, &c. [Thomas Bodley, Sir]. In that case the bibliographical detectives took clues from the printed waste that was used in the binding of the book, including fragments of a 15th-century edition of Cicero.
The result in was a notable re-purchase of a book which in Reliquiæ Bodleianæ book 17 th century had been allowed to leave the library, but by the 20 th century was regarded as a treasure. Tara Lyons (Illinois State University) Sassoon Visiting Fellowship, Bodleian Libraries.
Through an examination of the Bodleian’s archive of its own history, the Library Records collection, Tara Lyons has been investigating the earliest arrival of playbooks on the Bodleian’s shelves after the opening of the library in The records of books claimed by the library from the Stationers.
The Conveyor. News from the Bodleian Libraries Centre for the Study of the Book. Reliquiæ Bodleianæ: or Some genuine remains of sir Thomas Bodley [ed.
by T. Hearne.]p. Although book ownership among women was widespread in the 17 th century, property owning laws of the time mean that it is much less well-documented than is the. IN the "Reliquiæ Bodleianæ," published inis a letter written without date by Thomas Bodley to Francis Bacon. This letter does not appear to have been known to Mallett, Montague, Dixon, Spedding, or any of Bacon's biographers.
It had been lost sight of until the writer noticed it and reproduced it in Baconiana. This is the letter:. Book Arts: California (1) Books About Books (11) Books For Binders (3) Books in Parts (1) California (15) Children’s Literature (12) Chinese-American Literature (1) Continental Books (4) Cuba (1) Early Printed Books (4) English Fiction (28) English History (4) English Illustration (4) English Literature () English Plays & Theater ( Routh was above all an authority on patristic literature, his Reliquiae Sacrae (2nd ed., ), a collection of the fragments of the Fathers of the 2nd and 3rd centuries, and Scriptorum ecclesiasticorum opuscula praecipua quaedam (2nd ed., ) being valuable contributions to ecclesiastical knowledge.
Get this from a library. Reliquiæ Bodleianæ: or some genuine remains of Sir Thomas Bodley. Containing his life, the first draught of the statutes of the Publick library at Oxford, (in English) and a collection of letters to Dr.
James, &c. Published from the originals in. Page 19 - Ymir ; she licked rime-stones that were salt, and the first day there came at even, out of the stones, a man's hair, the second day a man's head, the third day all the man was there.
He is named Turi ; he was fair of face, great and mighty ; he gat a son named Bor, who took to him Besla, daughter of Bolthorn, the giant, and they had three sons, Odin, Vili, and s: 1. Reliquiæ Bodleianæ: or some genuine remains of Sir Thomas Bodley () The Life of Sir Thomas Bodley written by himself, () Works about Bodley "Bodley, Thomas," in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (–) in 63 vols.
"Bodley, Sir Thomas," in Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed., ). JAMES, THOMAS (?–), Bodley's librarian, uncle of Richard James [q. v.], was born about at Newport, Isle of Wight.
In he was admitted a scholar of Winchester College, matriculated at Oxford from New College on 28 Jan.and was fellow of his college from to (Kirby, Winchester Scholars, p.
).He graduated B.A. on 3. A letter from Sir Thomas Bodley to Thomas James (Bodley's first librarian) confided 'I hope those little worms about the covers of your books come by reason of their newness, and that hereafter they will away' ('s from Reliquiæ Bodleianæ: or some genuine remains of Sir Thomas Bodley [ed.
by T. Hearne.]. Peakbook. 2, likes 1 talking about this. Peakbook is simply a great tool for every peakbagger and mountain fan. Check it out - 1 This letter may be found in Reliquiæ Bodleianæ, p. 2 I have been favoured with this apt illustration by an anonymous communicator, who dates from the “London University.” I request him to accept my grateful acknowledgments.
3 Henry Cuffe, secretary to Robert, Earl of Essex, and executed, being concerned in his treason. A man noted for his classical acquirements and. Reliquiae Diluvianae by William Buckland and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Addeddate Bookplateleaf Call number AMR Camera Canon EOS 5D Mark II External-identifier urn:oclc:record FoldoutcountPages:.
unabridged definition: 1. An unabridged book, speech, or article is in its original form and has not been made shorter. 2. Learn more.Reliquiæ is an annual little magazine of poetry, short fiction, non-fiction, translations and visual Two’s deep-green cover asks the reader to connect the book with “A tree, a rock, an embedded boulder, a ruin, a body, a hand, a passage” before opening it.
These are not clearly linked objects: you can enter a ruin, hold a hand, or climb a tree, but the actions are not.Manuscripts, Syriac (Peshitta) See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader term: Manuscripts; Filed under: Manuscripts, Syriac (Peshitta) Syriac manuscript: Gospels of a pre-Harklensian version: Acts and Epistles of the Peshitto version / ([Philadelphia: Isaac H.
Hall, ]), by Isaac H. Hall (page images at HathiTrust) Items below (if any) are from related and .