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STOW, John.
An Appendix or Corollary of the Fovndations and Descriptions of the Three Most Famovs Vniversities of England: Viz. Cambridge, Oxford, AND London.

The matters whereof concerning the former two Vniversities, were gathered by that Industrious, and much reading Choronist, M. IOHN STOW, Citizen of London, and supplied, and continued by EDMOND HOWES, of London Gentleman. The Third was Collected and Written by SIR GEORGE BVCK Knight, one of the Gentlemen of the Kings Priuie Chamber, and Master of his Maiesties Offices of the REVELS.

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pp. (ii), 1057-1087, (iii). Half nineteenth century roan and marbled boards, final three leaves with lower corners worn and slight loss not affecting text, some marginal marks, a couple of leaves strengthened at the inner margin, overall a good copy with the book-label of W. B. REDFERN.

*A complete section, gatherings 'nnnn' to 'Qqqq', extracted from STOW's Annales, or, A General Chronicle of England, 1631. The Appendix above has its own title-page. There is a second title-page following : The Third Vniversitie of England: Or A Treatise of the Fovndations Of All The Colledges, ancient Schooles of Priuiledge..... With a briefe report of the Sciences, Arts, and Faculties there-in professed, studied and practised. .......... by G[eorge]. B[uck]. 1631.

Printed by Avg. Matthews, for Richard Meighen. London.

Date Published: 1632. Folio.

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