The Resource An essay towards a description of the city of Bath. : In two parts. Wherein its antiquity is ascertained: its situation, mineral waters, and British works described: the antient works in its neighbourhood, the Gods, places of worship, religion and learning of the Britons occasionally consider'd: the rise of the British druids demonstrated: the devastations committed by the Romans at Bath, their encamping on the hot-waters, and their turning their camp into a city fully set forth: and the works of the Saxons, and their successors briefly related. Illustrated with thirteen octavo plates, engrev'd by Mr. Pine. By John Wood, architect, (electronic resource)

An essay towards a description of the city of Bath. : In two parts. Wherein its antiquity is ascertained: its situation, mineral waters, and British works described: the antient works in its neighbourhood, the Gods, places of worship, religion and learning of the Britons occasionally consider'd: the rise of the British druids demonstrated: the devastations committed by the Romans at Bath, their encamping on the hot-waters, and their turning their camp into a city fully set forth: and the works of the Saxons, and their successors briefly related. Illustrated with thirteen octavo plates, engrev'd by Mr. Pine. By John Wood, architect, (electronic resource)

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An essay towards a description of the city of Bath. : In two parts. Wherein its antiquity is ascertained: its situation, mineral waters, and British works described: the antient works in its neighbourhood, the Gods, places of worship, religion and learning of the Britons occasionally consider'd: the rise of the British druids demonstrated: the devastations committed by the Romans at Bath, their encamping on the hot-waters, and their turning their camp into a city fully set forth: and the works of the Saxons, and their successors briefly related. Illustrated with thirteen octavo plates, engrev'd by Mr. Pine. By John Wood, architect
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An essay towards a description of the city of Bath.
Title remainder
In two parts. Wherein its antiquity is ascertained: its situation, mineral waters, and British works described: the antient works in its neighbourhood, the Gods, places of worship, religion and learning of the Britons occasionally consider'd: the rise of the British druids demonstrated: the devastations committed by the Romans at Bath, their encamping on the hot-waters, and their turning their camp into a city fully set forth: and the works of the Saxons, and their successors briefly related. Illustrated with thirteen octavo plates, engrev'd by Mr. Pine. By John Wood, architect
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eng
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CU-RivES
Citation location within source
N31356
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English Short Title Catalog
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1704-1754
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Wood, John
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patent document
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Bath (England)
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An essay towards a description of the city of Bath. : In two parts. Wherein its antiquity is ascertained: its situation, mineral waters, and British works described: the antient works in its neighbourhood, the Gods, places of worship, religion and learning of the Britons occasionally consider'd: the rise of the British druids demonstrated: the devastations committed by the Romans at Bath, their encamping on the hot-waters, and their turning their camp into a city fully set forth: and the works of the Saxons, and their successors briefly related. Illustrated with thirteen octavo plates, engrev'd by Mr. Pine. By John Wood, architect, (electronic resource)
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  • With an additional titlepage for pt. 1: 'An essay towards a description of Bath, and of the British works in its neighbourhood. In two parts. By John Wood, architect' with the imprint: Bath: printed by Thomas Boddely, 1742
  • Pt. 2 is dated 1743
  • Reproduction of original from Bodleian Library (Oxford)
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ESTCN31356
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80.
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unknown
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[12],92;[4],104p.,plates
Form of item
electronic
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not applicable
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Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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(Uk-ES)006023368
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An essay towards a description of the city of Bath. : In two parts. Wherein its antiquity is ascertained: its situation, mineral waters, and British works described: the antient works in its neighbourhood, the Gods, places of worship, religion and learning of the Britons occasionally consider'd: the rise of the British druids demonstrated: the devastations committed by the Romans at Bath, their encamping on the hot-waters, and their turning their camp into a city fully set forth: and the works of the Saxons, and their successors briefly related. Illustrated with thirteen octavo plates, engrev'd by Mr. Pine. By John Wood, architect, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • With an additional titlepage for pt. 1: 'An essay towards a description of Bath, and of the British works in its neighbourhood. In two parts. By John Wood, architect' with the imprint: Bath: printed by Thomas Boddely, 1742
  • Pt. 2 is dated 1743
  • Reproduction of original from Bodleian Library (Oxford)
Control code
ESTCN31356
Dimensions
80.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[12],92;[4],104p.,plates
Form of item
electronic
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Uk-ES)006023368

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