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The travels of the learned Father Montfaucon from Paris thro’ Italy. Containing I. An Account of many Antiquities at Vienne, Arles, Nismes, and Marseilles in France. II. The Delights of Italy, viz. Libraries, Manuscripts, Statues, Paintings, Monuments, Tombs, Inscriptions, Epitaphs, Temples, Monasteries, Churches, Palaces, and other Curious Structures. III. Collections of Rarities, wonderful Subterraneous Passages and Burial-Places, old Roads, Gates, &c. with the Description of a Noble Monument found under Ground at Rome Anno M.DCC.II. Made English from the Paris edition. Adorn’d with Cuts.
London: Printed by D. L. for E. Curll at the Dial and Bible against St. Dunstan’s-Church, E. Sanger at the Post-House, R. Gosling at the Mitre, all in Fleetstreet, and W. Lewis next Tom’s Coffee-House in Covent Garden, 1712.
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|James Stuart||1/4/1800||1/7/1800||Montfoucon Travels|
|Thomas Gardner||1/22/1800||1/22/1800||Montfaucons Travels|