4 edition of The Oxford almanack for the year of our Lord God 1685 found in the catalog.
The Oxford almanack for the year of our Lord God 1685
|Other titles||The Oxford almanack|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1322:51|
|The Physical Object|
An Almanack for the Year of Our Lord God (Cambridge, ) Proctor, Robert. A Critical Edition of the Private Diaries of Robert Proctor: The Life of a Librarian at the British Museum, ed. Bowman, J. H. (Lampeter: The Edwin Mellen Press, ). Almanac The Oxford Almanack for the Year of Our Lord God M DCCCC XVIII $ Add to cart; Broadside Oxford Almanack for the Year of Our Lord God M DCCC XCVIII $ Add to cart; Carol Summers Woodcut The Little City $ 1, Add to cart.
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Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a>, schema:MediaObject\/a>. Benjamin Green after Samuel Wale Copper engraving A fine example of the Oxford Almanack, in its entirety, depicting the buildings in the Physic Gardens.
In the middle is the gateway, with greenhouses to either side. Behind, the Professor's house and Magdalen College tower and library are shown. Below, a figure holds a plan of the garden, with the inscription from the gateway to the left.
Green Copper engraving The Oxford Almanack fordepicting an aerial view of Corpus Christi College with the founders and benefactors of the College in the foreground.
Bishop Fox of Winchester, the founder, is seated to the left, being shown a plan of the college by Bishop Oldham of Exeter. Below the scene, the title for the calendar is bordered by a pair of lists, representing the.
George Vertue Copper engraving The topper of the Oxford Almanack for showing Wadham College with the founders, benefactors, and eminent men belonging to the College. The college buildings mostly preserve the view from Loggan's Oxonia Illustrata, though the buildings flanking the facade are an addition based upon an engraving by Burghers.
The figures in the foreground include King James I. [Almanac] The Oxford Almanack for the Year of Our Lord God MDCCLV. With an etched allegorical headpiece, etched by John Green after a design by Samuel Wale, under which is "The Regal Table Since the Conquest," on the left-hand side; and, "The Officers of the University," listing the officers of the University: the Chancellor, the Right Honorable Charles, Earl of Arran; the High Steward, the.
The Oxford Almanack for the Year of Our Lord God MDCCXXI. Burghers, Sculpt. Univ. Oxon. With a copper engraving as a headpiece, sheet 76 cm x 54 cm, image cm x 44 cm, the image is above the calendar, the University engraver’s signature, “,” is in. The Oxford Almanack for the Year of our Lord God MDCCXLIV George Vertue Copper engraving Image x mm, Sheet x mm mounted Scarce full plate almanack of Pembroke College.
The New Chapel, Exeter College J.H. Le Keux after G.G. Scott Steel engraving Published by J. Parker, Oxford, Novr. 1, Image x mm, Sheet.
Copy of 'The Oxford Almanack | For the Year of our Lord God MDCCCCLXXVIII ', with fine large coloured illustration of 'The University Press'. Author: David Gentleman (b), English illustrator taught by Edward Bawden and John Nash [Vivian Ridler, Printer to the University; Oxford.
[Almanac] The Oxford Almanack for the Year of Our Lord God M DCCCC XVIII. With a collotype headpiece titled, "The Hall of Christ Church from the South.
From a drawing by Muirhead Bone." Printed at the Clarendon Press, by Frederick Hall, Printer to the University; -- and published by Humphrey Milford, M.A., Oxford University Press Warehouse. [Broadside Almanac] The Oxford Almanack for the Year of Our Lord God With a blue collotype headpiece titled, "St.
Mary's Church from the Gate of the President's Lodgings, Corpus Christi College." Printed at the Clarendon Press, by Horace Hart, M.A., Printer to the University; -- and published by Henry Frowde, M.A., Oxford. Below this scene is 'THE OXFORD ALMANACK for the Year of our Lord God, CIDDCCXVII' with 'THE REGAL TABLE SINCE THE CONQUEST' and 'The chief ports in or about ENGLAND' in tables to either side of the Almanack's titlepiece and above the Almanack proper.
The Oxford Almanack for the Year of Our Lord God With a blue collotype headpiece titled, “St. Mary’s Church from the Gate of the President’s Lodgings, Corpus Christi College.” Printed at the Clarendon Press, by Horace Hart, M.A., Printer to the University; — and published by Henry Frowde, M.A., Oxford University Press Warehouse, Amen Read More».
[Almanac] The Oxford Almanack for the Year of Our Lord God M DCCCC XVIII. With a collotype titled, “The Hall of Christ Church from the South. From a drawing by Muirhead Bone.” Printed at the Clarendon Press, by Frederick Hall, Printer to the University; and published by Humphrey Milford, M.A., Oxford University Press Warehouse, Amen Read More».
THE OXFORD ALMANACK FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD GOD [ ] THE JEWISH KALENDAR, [ISAAC ABENDANA], OXFORD: PRINTED AT THE THEATER,  16 folios, 16 pages (5 1/2 x 3 1/2 in.; x 91 mm) on paper, with blank pages interleaved and appended at the front and rear; drawings in pen on rear flyeaf and pastedown of lower board.
The Oxford Almanack for the Year of Our Lord God MDCCXXI. Burghers, Sculpt. Univ. Oxon. Broadside almanack with a copper engraving as a headpiece, sheet 76 cm x 54 cm, image cm x 44 cm, the image is above the calendar, the University engraver's signature, "," is in the lower right-hand corner.
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Oxford Almanack he New City Buildings St Aldates Street £35 This is in excellent unused condition from OUP old stock but was in storage some for over years. The Oxford Almanack. An almanac (or almanack) is best described as a calendar with additional information about the year.
The Oxford Almanack For the Year of our Lord God MDCCXCVIII. (dated) x 19 in ( x cm) Description. This is a Oxford Almanack calendar engraved by James Cole II with a view of Merton College in Oxford, England drawn by Edward Dayes and engraved by James Basire II.
Seen from Merton Field, situated north of Merton College Price: $. Edinburghs true almanack, or, A new prognostication for the year of our Lord, being the second year after bissextile or leap year, and from the creation of the world,exactly calculated according to art, for the meridian of the most famous city of Edinburgh, whose latitude is d.
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A classic collection of prayers with an emphasis on the Lord's Prayer A few prayers from other faiths to get you thinking Read more. s: Oxford Almanack, The. For the Year of our Lord God MDCCXLVI. Publisher: [Oxford: University Press], Publication date: copper-engraving, x to platemark, good margins, sometime folded for display of the engraving in a frame, the Almanack proper folded in More.