The history and antiquities of the Cathedral Church of Canterbury, and the once-adjoining monastery

Publication Date1726
RemainderContaining, an account of its first establishment, building, reedifications, repairs, endowments, benefactions, chapels, altars, shrines, reliques, chauntries, obiits, ornaments, books, jewels, plate, vestments; before the dissolution of the monastery: and the manner of its dissolution. A survey of the present church and cloysters, monuments and inscriptions; with other things remarkable: which, with the several prospects of the church, are engraven by the best hands. The lives of the archbishops, priors, &c. of Christ-Church: with an account of learned men there flourishing in their several times. An appendix of ancient charters and writings relating to the church and monastery. A catalogue of the church-wealth in prior Estrey's time. An ancient Saxon obituary, and a large one continu'd thence downward. By the Reverend Mr. J. Dart
PublisherPrinted, and sold by J. Cole, engraver, at the Crown in Great Kirby-Street, Hatton-Garden, J. Smith, at Inigo Jones's Head, near Exeter-Exchange in the Strand, Jeremiah Battley, at the Dove in Pater-Noster-Row, Aaron Ward, at the King's-Arms in Little-Britain, T. Edlin, at the Prince's-Arms, over-against Exeter-Exchange in the Strand, Joseph Pote, at the Golden-Door, over-against Suffolk-Street, Charing-Cross


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