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Three very scarce and curious Tracts without indication of Place or Printer's name.
667 SCOTLAND.-VIEWS of the ROYAL PALACES of SCOTLAND, a series of 23 highly finished steel engravings from drawings by BROWN, with illustrative descriptions of their present Appearance, Antiquities, etc. by the Rev. J. JAMIESON, 4to. ORIGINAL COPY, russia extra, marbled leaves, £1. 6s Edin. 1830
668 SCOTT'S (G. G.) GLEANINGS from WESTMINSTER ABBEY, with plan and numerous plates and woood-. cuts, 8vo. cloth, 128 1863
Contains also Appendices, by W. Burges, J. H. Parker, and others, supplying further particulars, and completing the history of the Abbey Buildings.
669 SCOTT'S (Hew) FASTI ECCLESIE SCOTICANE; the Succession of Ministers in the Parish Churches of Scotland, from the Reformation, A.D. 1560, to the Present Time, large paper, 3 vols. roy. 4to. cloth, £4. 15s Edin. 1866-8 Teviotdale, Dumfries, Galloway, and Glasgow and Ayr. Comprising the Synods of Lothian and Tweeddale, Merse and 670 SCROPE and GROSVENOR ROLL, containing the Controversy between Sir Richard Scrope and Sir Robert Grosvenor in the Court of Chivalry, A.D. MCCCLXXXV-MCCcxc, with a History of the Family of Scrope, and Biographical Notices of the Deponents (including the Poet Chaucer), by SIR HARRIS NICOLAS, coats of Arms, 2 vols. impl. 8vo. cloth,
VERY RARE: only 150 copies having been privately printed at the expense of an association of noblemen and gentlemen. It contains the evidence of upwards of three hundred Earls, Barons, Knights, and Esquires, of all of whom biographies are given. They describe the Battles, Sieges, and Expeditions in which they had served: and their depositions abound in interesting information illustrative of the history, manners, and customs of this country in the fourteenth century, and the nature and powers of the Ancient Court of Chivalry. 671 SEGAR'S (Simon) HONORES ANGLICANI; OF Titles of Honour, the Temporal Nobility of the English Nation (quatenus such) have had, or do now enjoy, from the time of the Conquest, sm. 8vo. calf antique, red edges, 6s 6d
"A valuable little book, dedicated to Edward, Lord Harley." Lowndes. 672 SEM PILLS.-POEMS OF THE SEMPILLS OF BELTREES, now first collected with Notes and Notices of their Lives by J. PATERSON, finely printed on thick ribbed paper, fcap. 8vo. hf. morocco, uncut, gilt top, (ONLY 250 COPIES PRINTED) 16s 6d Edin. 1849