Dugdale, William 1693a

From International Robin Hood Bibliography
Dugdale, William. Monasticon anglicanum, or, The history of the ancient abbies, and other monasteries, hospitals, cathedral and collegiate churches, in England and Wales. With divers French, Irish, and Scotch monasteries formerly relating to England. Collected, and published in Latin, by Sir William Dugdale, Knt. late Garter King of Arms. In three volums. And now epitomized in English, page by page. With sculptures of the several religious habits. Licensed, May the 25th, 1692. R. Midgley. London: printed, for Sam Keble at the Turks-Head, in Fleet-street; Hen. Rhodes at the Star the corner of Bride lane in Fleetstreet, 1693. [12], 331, [13] p., [15] leaves of plates; sigs.: A⁶ B-2T⁴ 2U² 2X⁶. Fol. Illus.; t.-p. in red/black.

An abridged translation, by James Wright.