Hampshire Extracted from the Domes-Day Book: With an accurate English Translation, Preface, and Introduction; containing an Account of this curious Record, a view of the ANGLO SAXON HISTORY and Form of Government, from the Reign of Alfred: Together with a Slight Sketch of the most Material Alterations which the Latter underwent at the Period of the Conquest. To which is added, A GLOSSARY Explanatory of the Obsolete Words.

By: WARNER, RICHARD:

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Hardback, approx 11 x 8.5 inches. Quarter bound in brown calf leather and marbled paper boards. Black leather spine label lettered in gilt, raised banding and extensive gilt decoration to spine. Red speckled page edges, plain endpapers. In very good condition. Rubbing to edges and boards, darkening to spine. Bookplate to front endpaper “Heathcote of Dursely Baronet.” Faded/darkened opposite bookplate. Some small light foxing spots, A couple of minor handling marks and some neatly penciled additions to ‘Names of Towns’. Else pages very clean and tight. 319 + 8pp Glossary. Richard Warner, (of Sway in the County of Southampton, and of St. Mary Hall, Oxford).

Title: Hampshire Extracted from the Domes-Day Book: With an accurate English Translation, Preface, and Introduction; containing an Account of this curious Record, a view of the ANGLO SAXON HISTORY and Form of Government, from the Reign of Alfred: Together with a Slight Sketch of the most Material Alterations which the Latter underwent at the Period of the Conquest. To which is added, A GLOSSARY Explanatory of the Obsolete Words.

Author Name: WARNER, RICHARD:

Categories: ENGLISH TOPOGRAPHY,

Publisher: London, Faulder, Robinsons, Law, Sewel &c... &c... 1789:

Seller ID: 78884

Keywords: ENGLISH TOPOGRAPHY Hampshire Extracted from the Domes-Day Book: WARNER, RICHARD, of Sway in the County of Southampton, and of St. Mary Hall, Oxford, With an accurate English Translation, Preface, and Introduction; containing an Account of this curious Record, a view of the ANGLO SAXON HISTORY and Form of Government, from the Reign of Alfred: Together with a Slight Sketch of the most Material Alterations which the Latter underwent at the Period of the Conquest. To which is added, A GLOSSARY Explanatory of the Obsolete Words, Faulder, Robinsons, Law, Sewel &c... &c..., Quarter bound in brown calf leather, gilt decoration,