Manning and Bray’s The History and Antiquities of Surrey. 1804

Please contact us on ttandm4h@outlook.com   we look forward to hearing from you, Jonathan Godwin 0044 7765 595662

The History and Antiquities of Surrey.

Compiled from the best and most authentic historians, valuable records, and manuscripts in the Public Offices and Libraries and in private hands.

With a facsimile copy of Domesday engraved on thirteen plates.

By The Late Rev. Owen Bray S.T.B. Rector of Peperharow, and Vicar of Godalming, in that County

Enlarged and continued to the present time by William Bray of Shire Esq, Fellow Treasurer of the Society of Antiquaries of London.

Labor ipse Voluptas

Quoniam diu vixisse denegatur, aliquid faciamus quo possimus ostendere nos vixisse.

London

Printed for John White and Co at Horaces Head, Fleet street

By John Nicholls and Son, red Lion Passage, Fleet Street.

Volume I              1804                                       size 28cm x 44cm              Boards loose, good condition

Volume II            1809                                       size 28cm x 44cm              Boards loose, good condition

Volume III           1814                                       size 31cm x 48cm              Boards missing, foxing

This is a wonderful set of reference books. A huge number of illustrations, engravings, maps, family trees and more.

Extremely heavy.

This is an important set of 3 volumes.

Please contact us on ttandm4h@outlook.com   we look forward to hearing from you, Jonathan Godwin 0044 7765 595662

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