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Thu Oct 16 18:00:20 2014 UTClccn-nr910107460.47Ode occasioned by Sir William Browne's legacy of two gold medals to be disposed of annually, for the encouragement of poetry in the University of Cambridge0.781.00[Abridgement of cases to the end of Henry VI.]58934521John_Baynesnr 910107462928758np-browne, william$sir$1692 1774Browne, WilliamSir1692-1774lccn-nr93024967Milles, Jeremiah1714-1784lccn-n80039722Chatterton, Thomas1752-1770lccn-n50044112Mason, William1725-1797lccn-n79018862University of Cambridgelccn-n85017759Anstey, Christopher1724-1805lccn-n50011382Stockdale, Percival1736-1811lccn-n83008395Hull, Thomas1728-1808lccn-n50006442Beattie, James1735-1803lccn-n83008385Langhorne, John1735-1779Baynes, John1758-1787PoetryPortraitsPrayersHumorParodies, imitations, etcHistoryBiographyMilles, Jeremiah,Chatterton, Thomas,English poetryBooks of hoursGoldsmith, Oliver,Literary forgeries and mystificationsPoems supposed to have been written at Bristol in the 15th century by Thomas Rowley (Chatterton, Thomas)Catholic ChurchManuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern)Liturgics--TextsUniversity of CambridgeLiturgicsMichigan--DetroitIllumination of books and manuscripts, FrenchNew York (State)--New YorkParnell, Thomas,EnglandManuscripts, LatinLaw reports, digests, etcEyck, Jan van,Manners and customsBelgium--TournaiIllumination of books and manuscripts, RenaissanceAuction catalogsAnecdotesBelgiumEpigramsEyck, Hubert van,Manuscripts, DutchNetherlandsJohnson, Samuel,United StatesAmerican Revolution (1775-1783)Aphorisms and apothegmsBook of hours (Catholic Church)English literatureHenry--IV,--King of France,EpitaphsFouquet, Jean,Great BritainIllumination of books and manuscriptsIllustrated booksPrayer books17581787177617821786178818022271228821.6AC4ocn2346945761427ocn083490429com17760.77Baynes, JohnOde occasioned by Sir William Browne's legacy of two gold medals to be disposed of annually, for the encouragement of poetry in the University of CambridgeHumor7011ocn057657432book17820.79Mason, WilliamAn archaeological epistle to the Reverend and Worshipful Jeremiah Milles ... editor of a superb edition of the poems of Thomas Rowley, priest. To which is annexed a glossary, extracted from that of the learned deanHistoryPoetryParodies, imitations, etc51ocn852175662book0.86Goldsmith, OliverPoemsBiographyPortraits21ocn234694576book14901.00Statham, Nicholas[Abridgement of cases to the end of Henry VI.]11ocn078843375book17881.00King, John GlenA catalogue of the libraries of the Reverend John Glen King ... and of John Baynes ... amongst which are contained the collections made by the late Foote Gower. [Sold at auction by Leigh & Sotheby, 11 Feb. & 7 following days, 178811ocn042560090book17881.00King, John GlenA catalogue of the libraries of the Reverend John Glen King ... and of John Baynes ... forming a very good collection of books in history, divinity ... and manuscripts11ocn690325005com20050.47Baynes, JohnOde occasioned by Sir William Browne's legacy of two gold medals to be disposed of annually, for the encouragement of poetry in the University of Cambridge11ocn820790341book14880.77Catholic Church[Horae ad usum Sarum]PrayersManuscript on vellum, probably produced in France, with illuminated initials in color and gold, 6 historiated initials, and 14 facing-page illuminations each with a miniature and decorated border on the left, and text with matching border on the right11ocn054151145book17821.00An archealogical epistle to the Reverend and worshipful Jeremiah Milles, D.D. dean of Exeter, president of the Society of Antiquaries , and editor of a superb edition of the poems of Thomas Rowley, priest : to which is annexed a glossary, extracted from that of the learned dean11ocn044621563art18021.00An archaeological epistle, to the Reverend and Worshipful Jeremiah Milles, D.D. Dean of Exeter, president of the Society of Antiquaries, and editor of a superb edition of the poems of Thomas Rowley, priest11ocn054318117book17820.47Mason, WilliamAn archaeological epistle to the Reverend and Worshipful Jeremiah Milles ... editor of a superb edition of the poems of Thomas Rowley, priest. To which is prefixed, a glossary, extracted from that of the learned dean11ocn702176301mix17861.00Baynes, JohnFugitive pieces or, a collection of odditiesManuscript, in a single hand, of a collection of 77 short anecdotes, verses, epitaphs, and aphorisms, many of them humorous. The volume includes "Meditations on a pudding" by Samuel Johnson, "Annecdotes of Henry the 4th of France," and "An Anecdote, An Epigram, and a Puzzle." One entry, for example, explains that "A gentleman wish'd to have twins, that he might say 'O gemini!' but he recollected the joke was too expensive."Thu Oct 16 15:08:49 EDT 2014batch9183