1890-35 Cambridge Antiquarian Society Publications
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First Edition, Publishers' Original Binding
Nine volumes from the publications of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, dedicated to the study and preservation of archaeology, history, and architecture of Cambridgeshire.
Comprised of the following:
No XXIII 'The Diary of Samuel Newton, Alderman of Cambridge' edited by JE Foster, the first edition.
No XXXVI 'The Place-Names of Cambridgeshire' by Walter W Skeat, the second edition.
No XL 'The Annals of Gonville and Caius College' by John Caius, edited by John Venn, the first edition.
No XLI 'The Chaplains and the Chapels' by H P Stokes, the first edition.
No XLIV 'Outside the Trumpington Gates' by H P Stokes, the first edition.
No XLV 'The Esquire Bedells of the University of Cambridge' by H P Stokes, the first edition.
No XLVII 'Outside the Barnwell Gate' by H P Stokes, the first edition.
No XLIX 'The Mediaeval Hostels of the University of Cambridge' by H P Stokes, the first edition.
No LIII 'John Layer of Shepreth, Cambridgeshire' by W M Palmer, the first edition.
Sixteen leaves of advertisements to the series loosely inserted. Many volumes feature illustrations.
In the original publisher's uniform blue wraps. Externally sound with shelf wear, tape repairs to head and tail of spine of most volumes and to occasional wraps. Minor loss to head and tail of spine and front wrap 'The Diary of Samuel Newton,' with previous ownership inscription undated. Internally, firmly bound. Pages generally bright and clean.
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