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respect to History, Biography, and Sculptural Beauties, besides being from drawings by Mr. Nash. It is accompanied by the best efforts of an assemblage of all that can attract, gratifying to find such a publication ni elegant specimen of typography), which modern superstition had so -Jacobin Review for August 1815.
ave heard any complaints of diso have obtained possession of his
of its being a work of very great
wo, on so large a scale, as to leave y sufficient for appearance. This Es, to be minute without refining rom drawings by Mr. Nash; and st, both elaborate and spirited. cted; and persons who had the of the representations with the e delineation. They constitute
subject and execution. Great is obvious in the delineations : ative in the minute ornaments,
the light and shade. -t to be considered as a mere patient and extensive research,
access to the records of the information, and is composed
from the prolixity, uncouths of Ecclesiastical History." eview for November 1815.
e periodical critics, it may a remark, prompted by a he author has experienced. ge unusually distinguisbed no less tban six hundred, the vicinity, where the delineations, can be best
Sarum, or Salisbury:
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTICES OF THE BISHOPS;
HISTORY OF THE ESTABLISHMENT,
FROM THE EARLIEST PERIOD;
A DESCRIPTION OF THE MONUMENT S.
ILLUSTRATED WITH ENGRAVINGS,
SALISBURY :-PRINTED BY BRODIE AND DOWDING, FOR THE AUTHOR, AND SOLD AT HIS HOUSE IN THE CLOSE :-SOLD ALSO
BY BRODIE AND DOWDING ;-AND BY CADELL AND DAVIES, STRAND; MURRAY, ALBEMARLE-STREET ;
AND WILKIE, PATERNOSTER-ROW, LONDON.