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Peter, of Langtoft; Thomas Hearne; Oxford (England). Sheldonian theater.
The tracts, both by the same anonymous author, have caption titles: (a)--Claudius Cæsar's, and other old Romane emperors, treasure newly found out near Conquest in Sommersett ... by Philantiquarius Britannicus. (b) A fool's bolt soon shott at Stonage.
"The publisher's preface" with appendix, v. 1, p. ix-ccxxvi, contains several miscellaneous pieces, one of which, "The Arminian nunnery," has reprint of t.p. of 1641 ed.
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|Responsibility:||(as illustrated and improv'd by Robert of Brunne) from the death of Cadwalader to the end of K. Edward the First's reign. Transcrib'd, and now first publish'd, from a ms. in the Inner-Temple Library by Thomas Hearne, M.A. To which are added, besides a glossary and other curious papers, (1) A roll concerning Glastonbury abbey, being a survey of all the estates belonging to that house at the dissolution, taken by King Hen. the Eigth's order and for his use. (2) An account of the hospital of St. Mary Magdalen near Scroby in Nottinghamshire, by John Slacke, master of that hospital. (3) Two tracts by an anonymous author; the first relating to Roman antiquities, near Conquest in Somersetshire, the second concerning Stonehenge ...|