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Quick view of plates in Volume One
- Title page and Table of contents [page 3 and page 4] (scholarly commentary)
- Plate i: A bronze lamp excavated from St. Leonard's Hill near Windsor (scholarly commentary)
- Plate ii: Horn of Ulf (scholarly commentary)
- Plate iii: Baptismal Font, in St. James' Church, Westminster (scholarly commentary)
- Plate iv: Ancient image of Richard II, King of England (scholarly commentary)
- Plate v: Three ancient figures (scholarly commentary)
- Plate vi: Ruins of Walsingham Abbey in the county of Norfolk (scholarly commentary)
- Plate vii: Waltham Cross, in the county of Middlesex (scholarly commentary)
- Plate viii: The ruins of the walls and city of Verulamium [St. Alban's] in the county of Hertford (scholarly commentary)
- Plates ix, x, xi and xii: Fountains Abbey in the county of York (scholarly commentary)
- Plate xiii and xiv:Three views of the Gate of St. Bennet’s Abbey in Norfolk, in two plates (scholarly commentary)
- Plate xv: The Tomb of Robart Colles and Cecili, his wif (scholarly commentary)
- Plate xvi: The Tomb of St. Edward the Confessor, King of England (scholarly commentary)
- Plate xvii: The North Front of the Gate at Whitehall (scholarly commentary)
- Plate xviii: The North Front of King's Street Gate (scholarly commentary)
- Plate xix: Plans of the two proceeding Gates, in one Plate (scholarly commentary)
- Plate xx: Coins of Henry VIII, Elizabeth and James I, Kings of England: Likewise, and image of Elizabeth Expressed in encaustic work (scholarly commentary)
- Plate xxi: Excerpt from Edward Hall's Chronicle of Henry VIII (scholarly commentary)
- Plate xxii, xxiii, xxiv, xxv and xxvi: The Tournament of Henry VIII, February 12, 1510: Ingraved from an ancient roll in the Heralds Office, London in six plates. A-S (scholarly commentary)
- Plate xxvii: The present day appearance of Furness Abbey in the county of Lancashire (scholarly commentary)
- Plates xxviii, xxix, xxx, xxxi, xxxii and xxxiii: Letters from the English Barons to Boniface VIII (scholarly commentary)
- Plate xxxiv: Head gilded from bronze, of ancient work, excavated at Aquae Sulis (Bath) (scholarly commentary)
- Plate xxxv: Distant view of Colchester Castle, Essex
- Plate xxxvi: Ground plan, south and east prospects of Colchester Castle
- Plate xxxvii: A table of English silver coins
- Plate xxxviii: A table of English gold coins
- Plate xxxix: Tutbury Castle, Staffordshire (scholarly commentary)
- Plate xl: Melbourne Castle, Derbyshire (scholarly commentary)
- Plate xli: Lancaster Castle, Lancashire (scholarly commentary)
- Plate xlii: Pontefract Castle, Yorkshire (scholarly commentary)
- Plate xliii: Coins struck in France and Flanders relating to the History of England
- Plate xliv: Knaresborough Castle, Yorkshire
- Plate xlv: Image of the greatly revered Thomas Tanner, Bishop of St. Asaph's and not long ago a most worthy associate of this society
- Plate xlvi: Tickhill an old castle
- Plate xlvii: A plan of the Roman roads in Yorkshire (scholarly commentary)
- Plate xlviii: Coins struck in France and Flanders relating to the History of England (scholarly commentary)
- Plate xlix: Ancient chapel adjoining to the Bishops palace at Hereford
- Plates L, LI and LII : Roman mosaic peacock (scholarly commentary)
- Plate liii: Antient seals
- Plate liv: Antient seals
- Plate lv: Fronts and backs of medals and gold coins
- Plate lvi: Gold and silver coins annotated with weights and values
- Plate LVII: Hypocaustum Romanun Lincolniae (scholarly commentary)
- Plate lviii: Antient seals
- Plate lix: Antient seals
- Plate lx: Antient seals
- Plate lxi: Winchester Cross
- Plate lxii: Decree imposed against the papal jurisdiction in England in the year 1534
- Plate lxiii: True and exact draft of the Tower Liberties
- Plate lxiv: Chichester cross
- Plate lxv: Astianax vicit Kalendio
- Plate lxvi: Portrait of Robert Cotton
- Plate lxvii: "Bibliothecae Cognominiis conditoris, Effigies, Ad archetypum opera depictum accurate expressa "
- Plate lxviii: Codice Geneseos Cottoniano Dissertatio Historica (excerpt)
- Plate lxix: Codice Geneseos Cottoniano Dissertatio Historica (excerpt)
- Plate lxx: Fragmentorum codicis Cottoniani libri Geneseos Tabula I
- Plate lxx: Fragmentorum codicis Cottoniani libri Geneseos Tabula II
- Standard of weights and measures in the Exchequer
- "View of the Court of Wards and Liveries with the Officers, Servants and other Persons there Assembled"
- Brief account of the Court of Wards and Liveries [page 1]
- Brief account of the Court of Wards and Liveries [page 2]
- Brief account of the Court of Wards and Liveries [page 3]
Table of Contents [Page 4]
Plate xxxv to Plate lxx
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[35. ARCIS CONCESTRIENSIS in Essexiae comitatu prospectus.]
36. The East and South views, with the Ground plot, of the same CASTLE in one plate.
37. A Table of ENGLISH SILVER COINS, shewing the different species struck under each King. N. I.
38. A Table of ENGLISH GOLD COINS, shewing the several species coined in each reign. N. II.
39. TUTBURY CASTLE in Staffordshire, taken from a draught in the Dutchy Office of Lancaster.
40. MELBOURN CASTLE in Derbyshire, from a draught in the Dutchy Office of Lancaster.
43. A GOLD SEAL of Pope ALEXANDER IV, with COINS of GOLD and SILVER struck in France and Flanders, relating to the History of ENGLAND. N. 111.
44. KNARESBOROUGH CASTLE in Yorkshire, from adraught in the Dutchy Office of Lancaster.
45. Image of the Most Reverend Thomas Tanner, Bishop of St. Asaph’s, and recently a most worthy associate of this society.
[45. IMAGO viri admodum reverendi THOMAE TANNERI, Asaphensis episcopi, et societatis huius nuper sodalis dignissimi.]
46. TICKHILL CASTLE in Yorkshire, from adraught in the Dutchy Office of Lancaster.
47. A PLAN of the ROMAN ROADS in Yorkshire.
48. A Roman mosaic floor, uncovered near Cotterstock in the county of Northampton in the year 1736.
[48.PAVIMENTUM ROMANUM tessellatum, juxta Cotterstock in agro Northamptoniensi anno 1736 repertum.]
50 – 52. Three Roman mosaic floors uncovered at Wellow, near Aquae Sulis [Bath] in the couny of Somerset, in the year 1737, engraved on three plates, N. I-III.
[50-52.Tria PAVIMENTA ROMANA tessellis constrata, apud Wellow, prope Aquas Solis, in agro Somersetensi ann 1737 reperta,totidemque tabulis incisa. N. 1-111.]
53, 54. Antient SEALS, and their REVERSES, from the Dutchy Office of Lancaster, in two plates. A. B.
55. GOLD and SILVER MEDALS of MARY Queen of Scots, and Lord DARNLEY; with others of Queen ANNE,Prince HENREY, and King CHARLES I.
56. GOLD and SILVER COINS of several English Kings, Prince EDWARD, and Q. ELIZABETH N. IV.
[57.HYPOCAUSTUM ROMANUM, Lincolniae nuper detectum.]
58-60. Antient SEALS, from the Dutchy Office of Lancaster, in three Plates. C. D. E.
61. WINCHESTER CROSS, from a draught in the possession of William Draper, esquire.
62. Oxford Judgment against the jurisdiction of the Pope of Rome in England, in the year 1534.
[62. DECRETUM OXONIENSE contra Pontificis Romani in Anglia jurisdictionem, anno 1534.]
63, A PLAN of the LIBERTIES from a survey in the year 1597.
64. Chichester Cross, drawn in the year 1715.
[64. CRUX CICESTRIAE, anno 1715 delineata.]
65. A plate showing three views of net-fighters [retiarii]; the first two are taken from a drawing made by [Pietro Santi] Bartoli at Rome; the view at the bottom of the plate shows a [Roman] relief recently excavated at Chester.
[65. Tabula RETIARIOS triplici conspectu exhibens; quorum duo superiores ad Bartoli exemplar Romae factum sunt expressi; imus operis anaglyphici Devae nuper effossi formam adumbrat.]
66 – 68. Effigy of the illustrious Robert Cotton, Knight and Baronet, drawing from a painted panel belonging to James West, Esquire: Likewise, two plates, containing certain fragments of the most ancient book of Genesis, ornate with elegant pictures; and a historic treatise on that book.
[66 – 68. Viri illustris ROBERTI COTTONI, equitis et baronetti, EFFIGIES, de picta tabula penes Jacobum West arm. delineata: Item binae tabulae, FRAGMENTA quaedam vetustissimi codicis GENESEOS, PICTURIS ELEGANTIBUS ornata, continentes; et DISSERTATIO HISTORICA in eundem codicem.
69. The STANDARD of ANTIENT WEIGHTS and MEASURES, from a Table in the Exchequer.
70. A View of the COURT of WARDS and LIVERIES, as fitting; with a brief HISTORICAL ACCOUNT of that court.