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Vestnigbouw. With plates. Fol. Leeuwarden, and its environs, alphabetically arranged......A new 1685 or 1702.

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22 woodcuts. 8vo. Leipzig, 1867.

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Lond. Inst.

ties of Colchester, in the county of Essex. Plates.

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COLCHESTER.—The History and Descrip- COLE (HENRY, C.B.; FELIX SUMMERLY,

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COLE (HENRY, C.B.). — Felix Summerly's COLE (HENRY, C.B.). -First Exercises for

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taste of children. Comprising :-Supplement to “Drawing for Young Children.”

The Traditional Nursery Songs of England. With Written by Horace Grant.

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Sir Hornbook. With 8 coloured lithographs hy Enlarged edition. 1843.

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Little Red Riding Hood. With 4 coloured litho

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Illustrated edition. With reminiscences of the Jack and the Bean-Stalk. With 4 coloured lithomost celebrated pictures, drawn from the originals graphs by C. W. Cope, R.A. Super-roy. 16mo. by John, James, and William Linnell. 12mo. London, 1843. London, 1843.

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Bible Events. 1st series. With 8 illustrations COLE (HENRY, C.B.; FELIX SUMMERLY,

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Bible Events. 2nd series. With 6 illustrations London. Notices of Picture Galleries and Works

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The Life of Christ. With 4 illustrations from

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ture Galleries. 12mo. London, 1842. S.K. 16mo. London, 1843–44. COLE (HENRY, C.B.; FELIX SUMMERLY,

The Ancient and Modern Ballads of Chevy Chase. pseud.).—Handbook for the architecture, sculpture,

With 4 coloured lithographs by F. Tayler. Supertombs, and decorations of Westminster Abbey. 56

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Puck’s Reports to Oberon : containing, The Sisters London, 1842.

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and Golden Locks, Grumble and Cheery, and The

Eagle's Verdict. With 6 coloured lithographs by COLE (HENRY, C.B.; Felix SUMMERLY, J. K. Townshend, R. Redgrave, R.A., J. C. Horsley,

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1844.

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Superintendents of the Department of Practical Art, Sleeping Beauty in the Wood. 4 coloured litho

delivered in the Theatre at Marlborough House. graphs by John Absolon. Super-roy. 16mo. Lon

I. On the facilities afforded to all classes of the don, 1845. Tales of the Heroes of Greece. By Niebuhr.

community for obtaining education in Art. By

H. C., C.B., General Superintendent, Nov. 24, 1852, With 4 coloured lithographs by J. H. Townshend.

12mo. London, 1853.

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from Spenser's Faerie Queen :-The Knight COLE (HENRY, C.B.).- Observations on the of the Red Cross, Sir Guyon, Sir Arthegall, and Sir

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promotion of Institutions of Science and Art at The Tesselated Pastime. With a chapter on

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by Government. 8vo. London, 1853. patterns. London, 1843.

COLE (HENRY, C.B.).—The Functions of the The Architectural Pastime. With building Science and Art Department. Delivered Nov. 16th, plans. London, 1845.

1857. 8vo. London, 1857.

S.K. COLE (HENRY, C.B.; Felix SUMMERLY, COLE (HENRY, C.B.). --Three reports on the

pseud.). - Railway Travelling Charts, or Iron Road Schools of Design made to the Board of Trade. Fol. Books, for perusal on the journey, in which are noted 1859. From House of Commons Report of the the towns, villages, churches, mansions, parks, sta Committee on Schools of Design, p. 340 (1849). tions, bridges, viaducts, tunnels, cuttings, gradients,

S.K. etc. The scenery and its natural history, the anti- COLE (HENRY, C.B.).—Some thoughts on quities and their historical associations, etc.

Hampton Court Palace; its pictures, tapestry, and 1. London to Brighton. Map, and 83 woodcuts.

other works of decorative art. Post Svo. (Pri2. Cambridge. Map, and 47 woodcuts.

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vately printed.) London, 1859. 3.

Oxford. Map, and 74 woodcuts.
Richmond. 15 woodcuts.

COLE (HENRY, C.B.).- Papers on Decoration 5.

Southampton. 125 woodcuts. and House Painting. In " Athenæum" for 1843, 6. Tunbridge Wells. '52 woodcuts. pp. 1074, 1114, 1163.

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Winchester and Gosport. 143 wood- COLE (Henry, C.B.).— Discours. Ecole

cuts. 8. Woking and Guildford. 52 woodcuts.

Centrale et Spéciale d'Architecture. Séance d'ouverWolverton. 85 woodcuts.

ture, Oct. 1867. 8vo. Paris, 1867. 9.

S.K. 10.

Folkestone and Dover. Map, and COLE (HENRY, C.B.).—Notes for a Universal 98 woodcuts.

Art Inventory of works of Fine Art which may be 11.

Birmingham. 136 woodcuts. found throughout the continent of Europe, for the Folding sheets with plan of railway in the most part in ecclesiastical buildings and in concentre, and text and illustrations at the sides. 8vo. nexion with architecture. Compiled for the use of London, 1845.

S.K. the South Kensington Museum and the Schools of COLE (HENRY, C.B.).- Felix Summerly's

Art in the United Kingdom. Edited by H. C. Fol.
London, 1867.

S.K. Pleasure Excursions, as guides for making day's excursions on the Eastern Counties, South-Eastern, COLE (Henry, C.B.). - Universal Art InBrighton and South Coast, South-Western, and Lon ventory. Being brief notices of works of Fine and don and North-Western Railways. 74 wood engrav

Ornamental Art executed before A.D. 1800; chiefly ings. 8vo. London, 1847.

S.K. to be found in Europe, especially in connection with

Architecture......Compiled for the use of the South COLE (Henry, C.B.).—The Journal of De

Kensington Museum and the Schools of Art in the sign, with numerous patterns, edited by H. C. 6 l'nited Kingdom. Edited by H. C. Part i.

vols. Woodcuts. 8vo. London, 1849–52. S.K. Mosaics and Stained Glass. 8vo. London, 1869. COLE (HENRY, C.B.).-Shall we keep the COLE (HENRY, C.B.).-The Passion of our

Crystal Palace? By Denarius. 4th edition. 8vo. Lord Jesus Christ, pourtrayed by Albert Dürer. 1851.

S.K. See DUERER (Albrecht). COLE (Henry, C.B.).—Lecture on the In- COLE (HENRY, C.B.). — Report on Terra

ternational Results of the Exhibition of 1851. 8vo. Cotta. See Paris, EXHIBITION, 1867. Reports, London, 1852

S.K. vol. ji. COLE (HENRY, C.B.). --Address at opening COLE (John).—A Treatise on the Circular

of an Elementary Drawing School at Westminster, Zodiac of Tentyra in Egypt. Plate. Sro. (Plyprexided over by Rt. Hon. J. W. Henley, President mouth), 1824.

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COLE (John).—The Antiquarian Trio, con- COLERIDGE (F. G.).—An account of the

sisting of views and descriptions of-I. Duke of Church of Ottery St. Mary. 4to. Exeter, 1842. Buckingham's house; II. Rudston Church and Obe

S.K. lisk; III. Effigy in the Town Hall, with some original COLERIDGE (SAMUEL TAYLOR).—The Rime observations on the latter by the Rev. J. L. Sisson,

of the Ancient Mariner. (Illustrations by E. WehM.A.; to which is added a finale, called the Poet's

nert, E. Duncan, and Birket Foster.) 8vo. London, Favourite Tree, by the Rev. Archdeacon Wrangham; 1858.

S.K. with a brief description of Hunmanby. 8vo. Scarborough, 1826.

COLERIDGE (SAMUEL TAYLOR).-Rime of S.K.

the Ancient Mariner. 20 illustrations by J. Noel COLE (John).--The History and Antiquities Paton. Oblong fol. (Art Union of London.) 1863. of Ecton, in the county of Northampton. 8vo.

S.K. Scarborough, 1825.

B.M. COLES (CowPER Phipps).-Iron-clad SeaCOLE (John).-The History and Antiquities going Shield Ships. A lecture, etc. With diagrams. of Weston Favell, in the county of Northampton. 8vo. (London, 1863.)

B.M. Plates. 8vo. Scarborough, 1827. B.M. COLES (THOMAS). See Peacock (W. F.), COLE (John).-The History and Antiquities

C.'s Tourist's Guide Book. A visit to the wonderful of Filey, in the county of York. 8vo. Scarborough,

city of Uriconium, etc. 8vo. (1860.) 1828.

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C.'s Tourist's Guide Book. What I saw in the

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plicatæ. 4to. Venetiis, 1785. COLE (John). -Scarborough Guide: com- COLFS (J. F.). - Congrès d'Archéologie

prising a history of the town......notices of the villages and seats of the nobility, etc. 5th edition.

d'Anvers de 1867. Développements de M.J. F. Colfs, 8v0. Scarborough, 1832.

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en réponse à la question No. 11 du programme:

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Anvers, (1867).

S.K. COLE (J.J.).—Examples of the Gothic Geo- COLFS (J. F.).-Réponse à la Question metric System. Sessional paper. London, 1847.

No. 42 du Programme du Congrès d'Archéologie B. Arch. d'Anvers de 1867: "Quels sont les principes à suivre

dans la restauration des monuments anciens, conCOLE (WILLIAM).--Select views of the re

struits à des époques successives et en styles diffémains of Ancient Monuments in Greece, as at present rents?” 8vo. Anvers, (1867).

S.K. existing, from drawings taken......in 1833, (With COLIN (A.).-A. Colin, né à Malines, en descriptive letterpress.) Fol. London, 1835. B.M.

1527. Par Maximilien de Ring. 8vo. Gand, 1847. COLE (WILLIAM).—Some observations on From the “Messager des Sciences Historiques

the Horns given by Henry I. to the Cathedral of de Belgique."

Carlisle. 1 plate. In “Archæologia," vol. v. COLIN DE VERMONT (HYACINTHE).COLEBROOK (Henry Thomas).-Twelve

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dix-septième siècle, par M. Max Sutaine. 8vo. the spot; to which are annexed concise descriptions. Reims, 1860. Coloured plates. Largest fol. 2nd edition. London, COLLAERT (ADRIAN).—Life of S. Cathe1805.

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rine. 16 plates, by A. C. With 4 other plates by Earlier edition. Fol. London, 1794.

Henry Hondins. n.p. o. d.

Cicogn. COLEBROOKE (-).-An account of the COLLAERT (ADRIAN). – Vita S. Joannis

Monument commonly ascribed to Catigern. 2 plates. Baptistæ graphicè descripta. 22 plates. Small 4to. In “ Archæologia," vol. ii.

Antverpiæ, n. d.

S.K. COLEBROOKE (—).—On a Coin of Robert COLLAERT (ADRIAN).-(A series of 25 Earl of Gloucester. i plate. The same, vol. iv. plates, illustrative of the life of Saint Theresa.)

B.M. COLEMAN (JAMES). — Coleman's general

Oblong 4to. (Antwerp, 1550 ?) Index to printed Pedigrees; which are to be found COLLAERT (ADRIAN).-Florilegium ab Hain all the principal county and local histories, and in driano C. cælatum et a P. Gallæo editum. 25 many privately printed genealogies ; under alpha numbered plates, including the title-page. 4to. betical arrangement. With an appendix, commenc (Antwerp, 1590?)

B.M. ing at page 106. 8vo. London, 1866. S.K. The plates are coloured in this copy.

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