Archaeological Journal/Volume 1/Lists of Recent Archaeological Publications (Part 2)

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Architectural Nomenclature of the Middle Ages. By Robert Willis, M.A., F.R.S., and Jacksonian Professor in the University of Cambridge. 4to. Published by the Cambridge Antiquarian Society.

The Principles of Gothic Ecclesiastical Architecture. By Matthew Holbeche Bloxam. Sixth edition. Illustrated with 200 woodcuts. 12mo. London, Bogue.

Glossary of Ecclesiastical Ornament and Costume. Compiled and Illustrated from Ancient Authorities and Examples. By A. Welby Pugin, Architect. Large 4to. Richly illustrated. London, Bohn.

Antiquities of Shropshire; from an old Manuscript of Edward Lloyd, Esq., of Drenewydd: revised and enlarged, from private and other Manuscripts, with Illustrations, by Thomas Farmer Dukes, Esq., F.S.A. 4to. Shrewsbury.

Ancient Coins of Cities and Princes: geographically arranged and described, by John Younge Akerman, F.S.A. No. 1.—Hispania. 8vo. J. R. Smith.

The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ: with historical notes and numismatic illustrations. No. 1. By J. Y. Akerman, F.S.A. To be completed in about eight numbers. 8vo. J. R. Smith.

Oriental Cylinders. Impressions of Ancient Oriental Cylinders or Rolling Seals of the Babylonians, Assyrians, and Medo-Persians. By A. Cullimore. Nos. 1 to 4. London, Nickisson.
An Essay on Topographical Literature; its Province, Attributes, and varied utility: with accounts of the sources, objects, and uses of national and local records, and Glossaries of Words used in Ancient Writings. By John Britton, F.S.A., &c. J. B. Nichols and Son.

Collectanea Antiqua, No. 3. Etchings of Ancient Remains, illustrative of the Habits, Customs, and History of Past Ages. By Charles Roach Smith, F.S.A. 8vo. Nichols and Son.

Picturesque Antiquities of the City of Norwich, drawn and etched by Henry Ninham. To be completed in four parts, each containing eight plates. Folio. Norwich, H. Ninham, Chapel-field. Part I. 1842.

Elevations, Sections, and Details, of St. John Baptist Church, at Shottesbroke, Berkshire. By J. Butterfield, Esq., Architect.

Architectural Antiquities of the Collegiate Chapel of St. Stephen, Westminster, the late House of Commons, drawn from actual survey and admeasurements made by direction of the Commissioners of Her Majesty's Woods, Works, &c.; accompanied by observations on the original and perfect state of the building, and a Description of the Plates. By Frederick Mackenzie. Large Atlas Folio, £4. 4s.

The Remains of the Ancient Monastic Architecture of England, drawn and engraved by Joseph Potter, Esq., Architect, Lichfield. Folio. Parts 1. and 2. Tintern and Buildwas. Price to Subscribers 7s. each part, containing on an average eight plates.

Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas, and Yucatan. By P. Catherwood, Architect. With descriptive letterpress by J. L. Stephens. Imperial folio, 25 plates. £5. 5s.

The Ecclesiastical Architecture of Great Britain, from the Conquest to the Reformation; illustrated by views, plans, elevations, sections and details. By Henry Bowman and James Hadfield, Architects. Royal 4to. Parts 1 and 2, each 3s. 6d.

Memorials of Codford St. Mary in the County of Wilts. By James Ingram, D.D., author of "Memorials of Oxford," &c. With six plates, and several engravings on wood. Royal 8vo., 7s. 6d.


The Ecclesiastical Gothic Architecture of Great Britain. By the Messrs. Brandon; to be published in monthly numbers, each containing five plates engraved in outline. Royal 4to. size, price 2s. 6d.

An English Translation of M. Didron's Iconographie Chretienne, with additional notes and illustrations.

The Curiosities of Heraldry, by Mark Antony Lower, author of "English Surnames," &c. In post 8vo.

Speculations on the History of Playing Cards in Europe. By W. A. Chatto. 8vo. With numerous illustrations.
A Brief History of the Parish of Stowting, Kent, containing some account and drawings of the antiquities lately discovered there. By the Rev. F. Wrench. In two parts, 8vo., at 2s. 6d. each.

The History and Antiquities of Worcestershire, compiled from the earliest historians; from records in the Tower, and other ancient Registers; the libraries of Oxford and Cambridge; the College of Arms; and various public and private repositories. By Hans Busk, M.A., of Trinity College, Cambridge, and Barrister-at-law of the Middle Temple. To be comprised in three volumes, folio.

By subscription,

Illustrations of the Anglo-Saxon Coinage. To be completed in about eight quarterly parts. The support of those who are interested in the subject is respectfully requested by D. H. Haigh, Leeds.

By subscription,

The Antiquities of Crosby Hall, with an historical and descriptive account of the building. The work will be illustrated by fifteen line engravings. By Henry J. Hammon, Architect, 4, Devonshire-square, Bishopsgate, by whom subscribers' names will be received.

Memorials of the Parochial Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin: the Collegiate Chantry of the Holy Cross, and the Chapel of St. Mary, commonly called Mortimer's Chapel, in the Parish of Attleborough, in the County of Norfolk, together with some Account of the Service at the Consecration of Churches. From the Anglo-Saxon to the present time. By J. T. Barrett, D.D., Rector of Attleborough, and Prebendary of St. Paul's. In large 8vo., with engravings and woodcuts, price one guinea. Subscribers' names may be sent to the author.

By subscription,

History and Antiquities of the Parish of Chiswick and its Environs, including the Chapelry and Town of Brentford and Ealing. To be illustrated with a map and engravings. By Thomas Faulkner, author of the "History of the Parishes of Chelsea, Fulham, Kensington, and Hammersmith." To form one volume, 8vo. Subscribers' names received by Nattali, Southampton-street, Strand, and Nichols and Son, Parliament-street. Price one guinea, or royal, two guineas.

By subscription,

The Heraldry of Herefordshire, being a Collection of the Armorial Bearings of Families which have at various periods been seated in this County. By George Strong, Esq., M.D. Subscribers' names may be sent to the booksellers in Ross or Hereford. Price one guinea.

By subscription,

Gerlevar Cernewac, a Dictionary of the Cornish Dialect of the Cymraeg, or Ancient British Language: in which the words are elucidated by numerous examples from the Cornish Works now remaining, with Translations in English; the Synonyms will also be given in the Cognate Dialects of Welsh, Armoric, Irish, Gaelic, and Manx: so as to form a Celtic Lexicon. By the Rev. Robert Williams, M.A., of Christ Church, Oxford, Perpetual Curate of Llangadwaladr, Denbighshire. To be published in three parts, price 10s. 6d. each, to form one volume 4to.