A topographical, ecclesiastical, and natural history of [Wiltshire]

Title

A topographical, ecclesiastical, and natural history of [Wiltshire]

Alternative Title

Full title: A topographical, ecclesiastical, and natural history of [Wiltshire] : with pedigrees of all the noble families and gentry, both ancient and modern, biographical notices of eminent and learned men to whom this country has given birth : also an alphabetical table of the towns, villages, and hamlets, with the several hundreds and deaneries in which they stand, together with the value of the churches in the King's books / collected and composed according to the best relations extant ; by the Rev. Thomas Cox.

Creator

Thomas Cox, 1655?-1734

Publisher

In the Savoy : Printed by Eliz. Nutt, and sold by M. Nutt, in Exeter-Exchange in the Strand, and J. Morphew near Stationers-Hall

Date

MDCC [1700, i.e. 1727 or later].

Format

pages [2], 47-215, [1] pages, [1] folded leaf of plates : illustrations, folded map, coats of arms ; 23 cm

Description

The Wiltshire section of Cox's Magna Britannia et Hibernia, antiqua & nova, 6 vols. 1720-1731, with a printed titlepage supplied at a much later date.

Dated from internal evidence: "Dr. Benj. Hoadley was translated from Bangor hither, and is now in 1727, Bishop of Salisbury."--page 183.

Provenance

"Wiltshire" missing from the title page

Presented by: Principal Daniel Woolf [Gift2015]

Bookplates of W. Ian S. Kelway and Daniel Robert Woolf

Contributor

Nutt, E. (Elizabeth), active 1720-1738, printer
Morphew, John, bookseller.
Woolf, D. R. (Daniel R.) donor
Schulich-Woolf Collection.

Language

English

Identifier

DA670 .W7 C69 1727

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Collection

Citation

Thomas Cox, 1655?-1734, “A topographical, ecclesiastical, and natural history of [Wiltshire],” Schulich-Woolf Rare Book Collection, accessed September 26, 2017, http://schulichwoolf.omeka.net/items/show/98.