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Engravings of the Mosaic Pavements ... [Bound With:] [Appendix to the above] ... [And With:] [A Second Appendix]. William FOWLER.
Engravings of the Mosaic Pavements ... [Bound With:] [Appendix to the above] ... [And With:] [A Second Appendix]
Engravings of the Mosaic Pavements ... [Bound With:] [Appendix to the above] ... [And With:] [A Second Appendix]
Engravings of the Mosaic Pavements ... [Bound With:] [Appendix to the above] ... [And With:] [A Second Appendix]
Engravings of the Mosaic Pavements ... [Bound With:] [Appendix to the above] ... [And With:] [A Second Appendix]

Engravings of the Mosaic Pavements ... [Bound With:] [Appendix to the above] ... [And With:] [A Second Appendix]

Winterton and London: the author, [1798-]1804 (first series); 1809 (first appendix); 1824 (second appendix). 3 volumes, folio. Printed dedication to Sir Joseph Banks in each volume, trimmed and mounted within a black-ruled border. 78 engravings, most hand coloured, trimmed and mounted within an ink ruled border [complete]. Extra-illustrated with 25 separately-issued prospectuses and letterpress descriptions, as detailed below. Additionally extra-illustrated with 7 unpublished engravings, as below.

Expertly bound to style in half purple morocco and blue-green cloth boards, original morocco labels on the upper covers.

An extraordinary collection, comprising the complete work with the very rare second appendix: extra-illustrated with numerous prospectuses and unpublished plates.

"The immense works of William Fowler of Winterton in Lincolnshire -- builder, antiquary, artist, engraver, born 1760 died 1832 -- cannot be widely known, for his three vast volumes of hand-colored etchings, issued as single prints, have been rare for more than a century ...Of the third volume (second 'Appendix') [Henry] Ball wrote in 1888 that it 'seems to be quite unknown, no mention of it having ever appeared in print, to the writer's knowledge. This can only be accounted for in the supposition that the number of copies completed was so extremely small that a perfect set of the three volumes has never yet been offered for sale' ... Fowler did not limit himself to mosaic: early stained glass interested him equally, and wandering through those published collections a fine contrast establishes itself between minutely recorded tesserae in mosaic and areas of splendid colour in the windows ... [Fowler was] the creator of some of the finest English colour prints in that ample period, and a pioneer artist-antiquary across the two unrelated themes of Roman mosaic and stained glass" (Franklin). There is some bibliographic confusion over the number of prints issued by Fowler, as some early references have mistakenly listed prints with multiple images as separate engravings, or listed nearly unique, unpublished prints (done for Fowler's own amusement or as gifts for friends) as being part of the published series. The present set is complete as issued, with 78 engravings, though is extra-illustrated 7 of the unpublished plates, as well as an astonishing number of the ephemeral prospectuses. The set comprises: VOLUME ONE [First Series] Letterpress broadside prospectus, dated 1 October 1804, advertising the sale of the completed first series, and announcing the publication of the first Appendix, headed: This day were published, by subscription, Engravings of the Principal Mosaic Pavements, which have been discovered in the course of the last and present centuries, in various parts of Great Britain. Also, Engravings of several Subjects in Stained Glass, in the windows of the Cathedrals of York, Lincoln, &c. &c. The whole executed on Twenty-Seven Plates, and each Impression accurately coloured, after the original subject of the respective plates, by William Fowler ... Oxford: Bartlett, [1804]. Engraved dedication to Sir Joseph Banks. 1) [A Mosaic pavement discovered at Winterton]. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by Hill after Fowler. London: [February 1798]. One-page letterpress prospectus, headed: "Winterton, Lincolnshire, February 7, 1798. This Day Was published by Subscription, Price One Guinea, in Colours, or Half a Guinea, plain ... A Copper Plate Engraving, Patronized by Sir Joseph Banks, F.R.S. and Executed in London." London: T. Sabine, [1798]. [An additional letterpress prospectus for the print above, but with variant text from the preceding prospectus, dated August, 12 1805 and issued by Fowler as "the Proprietor and Publisher.] 2) [A mosaic at Horkstow, Lincolnshire]. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by Hill after Fowler. London: [1799]. One-page letterpress prospectus, headed: "October 1st, 1799. This Day Was published by Subscription, Price One Guinea, in Colours, or Half a Guinea, plain ... A Copper Plate Engraving, Patronized by Sir Joseph Banks, F.R.S. and Executed in London, which represents a most Elegant Pavement." Barton: Daniel Greenwood, [1799]. 3) Roman Tessellated Pavement discovered some years ago upon the estate of Robt. Cary Elwes. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 12 April 1799. 4) Roman Tessellated Pavement discovered in 1793 at Lincoln near the Minster. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 12 April 1799. 5) A Roman Tessellated Pavement discovered in the year 1797 upon the estate of Mr. Jno. Lawrence. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: [1799]. 6) Part of a Roman Tessellated Pavement discovered at Aldbrorough Yorksh: upon the estate of His Grace the Duke of Newcastle. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 1 January 1799. 7) Principal Patterns of the Roman Floors at Fountain Abbey near Rippon Yorksh: Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 1 February 1800. 8) Roman Tessellated Pavement discovered by the Revd. Cayley Illingworth, upon the estate of Richard Stonhewer Esq. at Scamton near Lincoln in the Year 1795. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 1 May 1800. 9) Roman Tessellated Pavement discovered some years ago upon the estate of William Gregory Williams Esqr. in the Lordship of Denton near Grantham in the County of Lincoln. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 1 November 1800. 10) Part of a Roman Tessellated Pavement discovered in Feb. 1727 upon lands in the Lordship of Denton in the County of Lincoln from an original drawing by D. Stukeley... Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by Fowler after Stukeley. Winterton: 1 December 1800. Three-page letterpress description of the above, dated at the end 7 Feb. 1801 and headed: Copy of a Letter, containing a description of a Roman pavement found near Grantham, Lincolnshire. Lincoln: W. Brooke, 1801. 11) Mosaic Pavement at Mr. Worthington's Leicester. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 23 April 1801. One page letterpress prospectus for the preceding, dated 23 April 1801, headed: "Winterton, Lincolnshire ... This Day was Published, by Subscription, Price 7s, 6d in Colours, A Copper-Plate Engraving from an original drawing taken and coloured upon the spot by W. Fowler from the Mosaic Pavement at Mr. Worthington's, Leicester..." Hull: W. Cowley, [1801] 12) Principal Patterns of the Roman Floor in Prior Crawden's Beautiful Chapel in Ely. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 20 May 1801 One page letterpress prospectus for the preceding, dated 20 May 1801, headed: "Winterton, Lincolnshire ... This Day was Published, by Subscription ... An Engraving from an original drawings, taken and coloured upon the spot by W. Fowler, From the curious Roman Pavement in Prior Crawden's beautiful Chapel, in the College of Ely. Cambridge: M. Watson, [1801]. 13) Principal Patterns of the Norman Tiles from the Floor of St. Nicholes Chapel York Minster. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 13 July 1801. 14) A Representation of Norman Pavers on the Floor of St. Peter and St. Paul's Church at Harrington Northamptonshire. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 12 March 1802 15) Representation of Norman Pavers in the Possession of H. Rooke, Esq. F.A.S. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 21 November 1802 16) Roman Tessellated Pavement in the Villas near Mansfield Woodhouse discovered by H. Rooke Esqr. F.A.S. in 1786. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 15 November 1802 17) Roman Tessellated Pavement found at Cotterstock in the County of Northampton in the year 1793. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 20 September 1802. 18) A Representation of the Roman Tessellated Floor discovered in 1793 at the Lea near Shrewsbury. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. [Winterton: 1802]. 19) A Tesselated Floor of an Ancient Bath at Nants in the South of France supposed to be Built by Antonious Pius. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. [Winterton: 1802-1803]. 20) A Roman Mosaic Pavement found in Littlecote Park in the parish of Ramsbury Wiltshire A.D. 1730. Folded hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. [Winterton: 1802-1803]. 21) Roman Tesselated Pavement found at Stonesfield near Blenheim House Oxfordshire the seat of his Grace the Duke of Marlborough. Folded hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 5 August 1803. One-page letterpress prospectus, dated 5 August 1803, headed: "Winterton, Lincolnshire ... This Day was Published, by Subscription, by W. Fowler ... A Copper-plate Engraving, of the Beautiful Tesselated Work, a monument of Roman magnificence, in Britain, discovered in Stonesfield .... Hull: W. & M. Turner, [1803]. 22) Jesse the Father of David King of Israel. From an original design executed in ancient stained glass in the East window of St. Mary's, Shrewsbury. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 8 September 1802. 23) Henry Lord Beaumont, from an original design executed in ancient stain'd glass in the East window of St. Peter's Barton upon Humber. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 22 August 1803. One-page letterpress prospectus, dated 22 August 1803, headed: "Winterton, Lincolnshire ... This Day was Published, by Subscription ... An Engraving from an original drawing in ancient stained glass, in the East window of St. Peter's, Barton-upon-Humbe ... Hull: Cowley, [1803]. Henry Lord Beaumont. Unpublished engraving by and after Fowler, a larger variant of the above, printed on fine silk. Winterton, [circa 1803]. 24) Two Angels supporting the Cross. Taken from the Ancient Stain'd Glass in the upper part of the North Window in the Great Transept of Lincoln Cathedral. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: [1803]. 25) A female figure adorn'd with the Wings of an Eagle in her right hand is a spear in the left she holds a shield treading the red dragon under her feet. Taken from ancient stain'd glass in the north window of Manteon Church, Lincolnshire. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 20 October 1803. 26) A Group of Warriors, drawn and colour'd from the glass in the east window of the cathedral in York, supposed to have been painted in the thirteenth or fourteenth century. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 5 July 1804. 27) The first Angel pouring our his vial upon the Earth. Rev. 16th Verse 2d. Drawn and coloured from the glass in the east window of the Cathedral in York ... painted by John Thornton, Anno. 1405. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 5 July 1804. VOLUME TWO [First & Second Series] Letterpress broadside prospectus, dated 1 October 1804, advertising the sale of the completed first series, and announcing the publication of the first Appendix, headed: This day were published, by subscription, Engravings of the Principal Mosaic Pavements, which have been discovered in the course of the last and present centuries, in various parts of Great Britain. Also, Engravings of several Subjects in Stained Glass, in the windows of the Cathedrals of York, Lincoln, &c. &c. The whole executed on Twenty-Seven Plates, and each Impression accurately coloured, after the original subject of the respective plates, by William Fowler ... Oxford: Bartlett, [1804]. Engraved dedication to Sir. Joseph Banks. 28) The Death of St. Catherine. Copied by Permission of the Right Honorable the Earl of Carlisle, from the Original in Ancient stained glass, in His Lordships Chapel, at Castle Howard, by Wm Fowler. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 12 March 1805. 29) The Death of St. John the Baptist. Copied by Permission of the Right Honorable the Earl of Carlisle, from the Original in Ancient stained glass, in His Lordships Chapel, at Castle Howard, by Wm Fowler. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 12 March 1805. 30) Sir William de Berdewell, Drawn and Colour'd from the Original in Ancient Stain'd Glass in one of the North Windows of Bardwell Church Suffolk. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 1 August 1805. 31) Ancient Marble Table in Mosaic in the Silver Bed Room at Castle Howard, the seat of the Earl of Carlisle. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 12 October 1805. 32) William Lord Beaumont. After the Original in the Ancient Stained Glass in the East Window of St. Peters Church, at Barton-upon-Hunber in the County of Lincoln ... Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 20 February 1806. 33) St. Leonard After the Original in Ancient Stained Glass in the Prebendal House of the Revd. Dr. Zouch, Prebendary of Durham. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 12 March 1806. 34) Stone-Font. In Godmundham Church near Market-Weighton in the East-Riding of the County of York. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 20 September 1806. One-page letterpress prospectus, dated 20 September 1806, illustrated with a small engraving by Fowler, headed: This Day Was Published, by Subscription, by William Fowler, price half a guinea, a correct engraving of the font in the parish church of Godmundham, near Market Weighton ... Hull: Hamilton, [1806]. 35) Mosaic Pavement. Before the Shrine of Thos. A. Becket, in the Cathedral-Church, at Canterbury. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 24 February 1807. 36) [Ionas and Elisaeus] ... From the North Window in the Anti-chapel, Lincoln College, Oxford. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 12 March 1807. Engraved dedication to Heneage Legges, Esq. 37) A genealogical account of the Norman earls of Chester, and of two Saron earls of Mercia. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 12 April 1808. 38) Leofwine. Saxon Earl of Mercia. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 23 February 1808. 39) Leofric. Saxon Earl of Mercia. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 23 February 1808. 40) Hugh Sirnamed Lupus. First Earl of Chester. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 12 October 1807. 41) Richard Son of Hugh. Second Earl Chester. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 12 October 1807. 42) Ranulph de Meschines. Third Earl of Chester. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 12 October 1807. 43) Ranulp de Gernoniss. Fourth Earl of Chester. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 12 October 1807. 44) Hugh sirnamed Kevelior. Fifth Earl of Chester. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 12 October 1807. 45) Ranulph de Blundebill. Sixth Earl of Chester. . Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 12 October 1807. 46) John sirnamed Scott. Seventh Earl of Chester. . Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 12 October 1807. 47) [Johannes de Welby]. The above Figure is one of the Family of Sir. W. E. Welby Bart. of Denton House & is executed in stained glass in the east window of the north aisle of Repesley Church, near Grantham, Lincolnshe. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 14 September 1808. 48) Robert King D. D. Last Abbot of Osney and first Bishop of Oxford, in the Cathedral of Ch. Ch. Oxford ... Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 12 October 1808. One-page letterpress prospectus, dated 12 October 1808, headed: This day is published, inscribed by permission to the Dean and Chapter of Christ Church, By William Fowler ... A Correct Engraving of the Whole Length Portrait of Robert King ... Oxford: Bartlett, [1808]. 49) Murder of Thomas a Becket. Drawn & Coloured from the original in ancient stained glass in the principal window of the north aisle of Ch. CH. Cathedral Oxford ... Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 20 October 1808. 50) [The penance of Henry II before the shrine of Thomas Beckett at Canterbury] From the original in the East Window of the Bodleian Library, Oxford. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 2 October 1809. 51) From the original executed in ancient stained glass in one of the south windows of Browne's Hospital, Stamford. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 20 October 1808. 52) The Entrance into Chapter House at Southwell in the County of Nottingham.... Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 2 October 1809. One-page letterpress broadside prospectus and list of subscribers, dated 28 September 1809, headed: This day is published, by subscription, under the patronage of Edward, by divine providence Lord Archbishop of York, a delineation of the Arch or Entrance of the Chapter-House, at Southwell. Hull: Topping, [1809]. VOLUME THREE [Third Series] Letterpress broadside prospectus, dated 5 April 1824, advertising the sale of the second Appendix, headed: This day were published ... A Second Appendix to the Former Collection of Engravings of Mosaic Pavements, Stained Glass, Architectural Subjects, Fonts, &c... Hull: Isaac Wilson, [1824] Three-page letterpress prospectus and list of subscribers, dated 5 April 1824, headed: This Day Published, by Subscription, Engravings of the Principal Mosaic Pavements. Grantham: Storr, [1824]. 3 copies, one bound at the front of each volume. Engraved dedication to Sir. Joseph Banks. 53) The Prophet Zepheniah. The Prophet Jeremiah. From the Originals in Ancient Stained Glass in the North Aisle of Fairford Church, Gloucestershire. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 8 April 1812. 54) Percy's Shrine. On the North Side of the Altar in Beverley Minster ... Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 12 March 1813. Three-page letterpress prospectus, dated 12 March 1813, headed: This day is published, by subscription, under the patronage of Edward, by divine providence Lord Archbishop of York, an Engraving of the Percy Shrine. Hull: Robert Peck, [1813]. 55) Shrine of Archbishop Bowet. On the South Side of the Choir in York Minster. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 8 December 1813. Three-page letterpress prospectus, undated, with an engraved illustration of the slab, headed: This day is published, by subscription ... An Engraving of Archbishop Bowet's Shrine ... Hull: T. Topping, [1813]. 56) A Roman Tessellated Pavement. Discovered in April 1814 adjoining the Rampart within Micklegate Bar, York. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 6 November 1814. 57) From a brass Plate on the Tomb of Henry Rochford Esqr. in the Chapel founded by him & his wife. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 20 April 1812. 58) From a Tomb in the Church at Rotherfield Greys Oxon. Unpublished engraving on silk, engraved by and after Fowler, being a variant of the above. Winterton: 21 May 1812. 59) Dr. Egglesfield, Founder of Queen's College, Oxford. From an Impression of a Brass Plate presented by Dr. Stukely to Francis Drake of York & Supposed to be the only one remaining. Unpublished engraving on silk, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 1 February 1814 60) The East View of the Remains of Guisbrough Priory, Yorkshire. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 25 April 1816. One-page letterpress prospectus for the above print, dated 1 September 1817, headed: This Day is published, by Subscriptions, ... An East View of the Ruins of the Priory, at Guisborough ... Hull: Topping and Dawson, [1817]. 61) The West View of the Remains of Monastery of Thornton upon Humber, Lincolnshire. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 12 March 1818. One-page letterpress prospectus for the above print, undated, headed: This Day is published, by Subscriptions, ... A Perspective View of the West side of the Gateway of Thornton College... Hull: Topping and Dawson, [1818]. 62) Roman Tessellated Pavement Discovered in the Year 1816, at Horton in the County of Lincoln. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 12 March 1818. 63) Roman Tessellated Pavement Discovered in the Year 1817, at Horton in the County of Lincoln. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 23 May 1818. 64) ... View of the Steeple of the Church of Saint Nicholas Newcastle upon Tyne. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 25 July 1818. One-page letterpress prospectus for the above print, dated 4 May 1821, headed: This Day is published, by Subscription, a North West View of the Steeple of the Church of Saint Nicholas, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Hull: Topping and Dawson, [1821]. 65) Selby Abbey Church - Bonwick's Tomb-Stone. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: December 1820 66) Font dug out of the Ruins of Kirkham Priory. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 24 September 1821 67) John of Gaunt. From a Window in the South Aile [sic] of Long Sutton Church, Lincolnshire. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 1 October 1822 68-73) Selby Abbey Church. Part of the East Window. Six hand-coloured engravings, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 25 January 1822 74) Roman Antiquities discovered at Haceby in the County of Lincoln. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 17 September 1823 Letterpress broadside prospectus, undated, headed: Published by Subscription ... An Engraving of a Roman Tessellated Pavement, Accurate copied from the original at Haceby ... Grantham: Storr, [1823] 75) The Font in Claypole Church, Lincolnshire. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 17 November 1823 76) The Font in Belton Church, Lincolnshire. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 17 November 1823 77) The Monument of Alan Flemying. In Newark Church ... Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 17 September 1823 Letterpress broadside prospectus, dated September 1823, headed: To be Published by Subscription ... An engraving accurately copied and reduced from the sepulchral brass ... Newark: M. Hage, [1823] From a Window in Southwell Cathedral. Unpublished hand coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 7 November 1822. 78) From Two of the East Window in Southwell Cathedral. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 17 September 1823 ... View of the Altar Screen in the Minster. Separately published hand-coloured engraving, engraved by Fowler after a drawing by his son Joshua Fowler. Winterton: 23 September 1826 One-page letterpress prospectus for the above print, dated 23 September 1826, headed: Published by Subscription, An engraving of the restored altar screen in Beverley Minster. Hull: T. Topping, [1826] [Untitled hand coloured engraving from a window]. Unpublished. Engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton, no date. From the East Window in York Cathedral. Unpublished hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler, inlaid into the same sheet as the preceding. Winterton: May 1821 From one of the South Windows in St. Nicholas Church Newcastle upon Tyne. Unpublished hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: May 1821 From a Tomb-Stone in the Chancel of Redburn Church. Unpublished engraving, engraved by and after Fowler, inlaid into the same sheet as the preceding. Winterton: 30 January 1829.

Binnall, Peter B. G. "William Fowler: Artist and Antiquary" in Journal of the British Society of Master Glass-Painters, vol. 2, no. 4 (1928); H.W.B. Notes on Mr. William Fowler, of Winterton (Barton:1869); Lowndes I, 827 (unaware of the second appendix and stating that thirty or forty copies only were printed); Hardie, English Coloured Books, pp.13-14 ("The second appendix is almost unknown and a perfect set of the three volumes seems never to have appeared in the sale room."); Franklin, 'William Fowler of Winterton,' Book Collector, 2004, 318-412.

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