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John Ogilby
Ogelby, John
Ogilby, J.
Ogilby, John
Ogilby, John (English author, printer, and engraver, 1600-1676)
Ogilvius, Johannes
Ogilvius, John
Oglivie, John
オギルビー, ジョン
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1600-1676
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Bowen, Emanuel (ca 1693-1767))
Bowles, Thomas (16..-1767))
Guildhall Library (London, England)
Homère
Hyde, Ralph
Knowles, Ronald
Montanus, Arnoldus (1625?-1683)
Morgan, William
Nieuhof, Johan (1618-1672)
Ogilby, John (1600-1676)
Owen, John (of the Middle Temple.)
Senex, John (d.1740.)
State University of New York at Binghamton. Center for Medieval and Early Renaissance Studies
Wilkinson, Robert m (ca. 1825)
島田, 孝右 (1942-)
Titles: 
A to Z of Restoration London (The City of London, 1676), The
actual survey of all the principal roads of England and Wales described by one hundred maps from copper plates. On which are delineated all the cities, towns, villages, churches, houses, and places of note throughout each road. As also directions to the curious traveller what is worth observing throughout his journey. The whole described in the most easy and intelligible manner. First perform'd and publish'd by John Ogilby, Esq; and now improved, very much corrected, and made portable by John Senex. F.R.S. In 2 vol., An
Africa: being an accurate description of the regions of Ægypt, Barbary, Lybia, and Billedulgerid
America, being the latest, and most accurate description of the New World ... 1671.
America: being the latest and most accurate description of the new world; containing the original of the inhabitants, and the remarkable voyages thither. The conquest of... Mexico and Peru, and other large provinces and territories, with the several European plantations in those parts... With an appendix, containing... a brief survey of what hath been discover'd of the unknown South-land and the Arctick region
Asia, the first part. Being an accurate description of Persia, and the several provinces thereof. The vast empire of the Great Mogol, and other parts of India ...
Atlas chinensis: being a second part of a relation of remarkable passages in two embassies from the East-India company of the United provinces, to the Vice-Roy Singlamong and General Taising Lipovi
Atlas Japannensis: being remarkable addresses by way of embassy ... from the East-India company ... to the emperor of Japan : Containing a description of their several territories ...
Atlas japannensis : the embassays to the Emperours of Japan
Britannia : a survey of the roads of England and Wales in 1675
"Britannia depicta", or Ogilby improv'd, being a correct coppy of Mr Ogilby's actual survey of all the directs and principal cross roads in England and Wales... by Ing. Owen,...
Britannia depicta, or, Ogilby improv'd : being a correct coppy [sic] of Mr. Ogilby's actual survey of all ye direct & principal cross roads in England and Wales : wherein are exactly delineated & engraven, all ye cities, towns, villages, churches, seats &c. scituate on or near the roads ... with suitable remarks on all places of note drawn from the best historians and antiquaries by Ino. Owen ... : lastly particular & collect maps of all ye counties of South Britain, with a summary description of each county ... by Eman. Bowen, engraver.
Britannia depicta; or, Ogilby improved
Britannia; or, The Kingdom of England and Dominion of Wales
Brittannia : London 1675
embassy from the East-India Company of the United Provinces, to the Grand Tartar Cham, emperor of China ..., An
England and Wales : Laid down from all the Survey of Particular Counties hitherto published. Distinctly shewing the Cities, Market, Towns & Villages. The Roads with the measured Distances thereon
Entertainment... of Charles II, in his passage through the city of London to his coronation... by John Ogilby, The
entertainment of His most Excellent Majestie Charles II, in his passage through the city of London to his coronation: containing an exact accompt of the whole solemnity; the triumphal arches, and cavalcade, delineated in sculpture; the speeches and impresses illustrated from antiquity. To these is added, a brief narrative of His Majestie's solemn coronation: with his magnificent proceedings, and royal feast in Westmister-hall., The
fables of Aesop paraphras'd in Verse, The : adorn'd with Sculpture, and illustrated with Annotations
fables of Æsop, The : paraphras'd in verse
[fig. p.82 : Chine. Vue de la ville de] Jamcefu. [cote : Réserve DS 708 N 67 1673]
[fig. p.83 : Chine.] Bateaux. [cote : Réserve DS 708 N 67 1673]
[fig. p.85 : Chine. Vue de la ville de] Paoing. [cote : Réserve DS 708 N 67 1673]
[fig. p.91 : Chine. Vue de la ville de] Jaxhinno. [cote : Réserve DS 708 N 67 1673]
[fig. p.92 : faune de la Chine.] Oiseau. [cote : Réserve DS 708 N 67 1673]
[fig. p.93 : Chine. Vue de la ville de] Xantsui. [cote : Réserve DS 708 N 67 1673]
[fig. p.95 : Chine. Vue de la ville de] Tuncham. [cote : Réserve DS 708 N 67 1673]
[fig. p.96 : pagode chinoise.] [cote : Réserve DS 708 N 67 1673]
[Frontispice : Empereur de Chine trônant. Scène de supplice. Gravé par W. Hollar.] [cote : Réserve DS 708 N 67 1673]
Gizantschags der neerlandtsche Oust-Indis che compagnie.
Holy Bible containing the bookes of the Old & New Testament, The
Homer his Iliads : translated, adorn'd with sculpture and illustrated with annotations, by John Ogilby.
Homer, his Odysses translated... and illustrated with annotations by John Ogilby,...
Homer His Odyssestranslated, ador'd with sculpture, and illustrated with annotations, by John Ogilby, Esq., master of His Majesties revells in the Kingdom of Ireland
Ilias.
Illustrations de Africa Being an Accurate description of the Regions of Aegypt, Barbary, Lybia and Billdulgerid, the land of Negroes, Guinee, Aethiopia and the Abyssines, with all the adjacent island], [
John Ogilby's ribbon road map of 1675 : extracts arranged to show the Glamorgan portion of the road from London to St. David's extending from the River Rhymney to the River Loughor.
Kings coronation: being an exact account of the cavalcade, with a description of the triumphal arches, The
large and accurate map of the City of London, A : ichnographically describing all the streets ...
London &.c. actually survey'd
London &c. actually surveyed
London survey'd : or An explanation of the large map of London
Ogilby improv'd
Ogilby's and Morgan's pocket-book of the roads, with their computed and measured distances, and the distinction of market and post-towns. To which are added several roads and above five hundred market-towns; a table for the ready finding any road, city, or market-town, and their distance from London; a sheet-map of England, fitted to bind with the book; and an exact account of all the fairs, both fix'd and moveable, in alphabetical order, shewing the days on which they are held
Ogilby's and Morgan's pocket-book of the roads With their computed and measured distances, and the distinction on market and post-towns. Also a table for the ready finding any road, city, or market-town, and it's distance from London: a sheet-map of England, fitted to bind with the book: and an exact account of all the fairs, both fixed and movable, in alphabetical order, shewing the days on which they are held. By William Morgan, cosmographer to their late majesties. The [e]eventh edition, corrected and improved. To which is added, a list of the principal trading towns to which letters are sent night from the post-office in London. Also the expence of sending a letter or packet by express to the most noted towns of England.
Ogilby's Britannia
Opera.
[pl. dépl. n °2 en reg. p.65 : Chine.] Jardins de Canton. [cote : Réserve DS 708 N 67 1673]
[pl. double en reg. p.100 : plantes d'Egypte.] Kasia, Colekasia, Dattura. [cote : Réserve DT 7.5 034]
[pl. double en reg. p.164 : vue de] la ville et du palais de Maroc. [cote : Réserve DT 7.5 034]
[pl. double en reg. p.204 : vaisseaux du Capitaine Kempthorn en Méditerranée. Gravée par W. Hollar.] [cote : Réserve DT 7.5 034]
[pl. double en reg. p.470 : vue de la ville de Bénin. Procession de musiciens. Roi du Bénin. Armée du Roi du Bénin.] Bénin. [cote : Réserve DT 7.5 034]
[pl. double en reg. p.524 : vue de San Salvador. Congo.] San Salvador, capitale du Congo. [cote : Réserve DT 7.5 034]
[pl. double en reg. p.554 : vue du Cap de Bonne-Espérance. Afrique Noire.] Cap de Bonne-Espérance. [cote : Réserve DT 7.5 034]
[pl. double en reg. p.590 : habitants du Cap de Bonne-Espérance.] Armes et habits des Hottentots. [cote : Réserve DT 7.5 034]
[pl. double en reg. p.64 : vue de la ville du Caire. Egypte.] [cote : Réserve DT 7.5 034]
[pl. double en reg. p.68 : pélerinnage musulman.] Caravane [de pélerins allant] du Caire à la Mecque. [cote : Réserve DT 7.5 034]
[pl. double en reg. p.727 : carte des îles du Cap Verd ou des îles Salées.] [cote : Réserve DT 7.5 034]
[pl. double en reg. p.736 : vue de l'île de Teneriffe.] [cote : Réserve DT 7.5 034]
[pl. double en reg. p.74 : arbres d'Egypte.] Sycomore, Tamarin, Baobab, Balsame. [cote : Réserve DT 7.5 034]
[pl. double en reg. p.744 : carte de l'île de Malte.] [cote : Réserve DT 7.5 034]
[pl. double n °1 en reg. p.196 : Maroc. Plan de la ville de Tanger.] La ville de Tanger. [cote : Réserve DT 7.5 034]
[pl. double n °1 en reg. p.424 : vue du port et du château de la Mine. Guinée.] [cote : Réserve DT 7.5 034]
[pl. double n °1 en reg. p.732 : Sénégal. Vue du fort d'Orange et de Nassau. Ile de Gorée.] Fort d'Orange et de Nassau dans l'île de Gorée. [cote : Réserve DT 7.5 034]
[pl. double n °2 en reg. p.76 : vues des pyramides d'Egypte.] [cote : Réserve DT 7.5 034]
[pl. double n °3 en reg. p.196 : Algérie. Vue du port et de la ville d'Alger.] Algier. [cote : Réserve DT 7.5 034]
[pl. en reg. p.114 : Chine. Vue la ville fortifiée de] Pékin. [cote : Réserve DS 708 N 67 1673]
[pl. en reg. p.165 :] Muley Arsheid Zeriff, Prince de Taffeleta, Empereur du Maroc et de Fez. [cote : Réserve DT 7.5 034]
[pl. en reg. p.349 : costumes des habitants de l'Afrique Noire.] [cote : Réserve DT 7.5 034]
[pl. en reg. p.36 : différents types humains de la Chine. Empereur et Impératrice de Chine.] [cote : Réserve DS 708 N 67 1673]
[pl. en reg. p.399 : hommage des vassaux du Roi de Guinée. Audience du Roi de Guinée. Le Roi de Quoja envoie son bouclier à une personne ayant refusé de se rendre à son conseil.] [cote : Réserve DT 7.5 034]
[pl. en reg. p.400 : rite funéraire guinéen. Mise à mort des femmes et des esclaves du défunt. Réception des Ambassadeurs par le Roi de Guinée.] [cote : Réserve DT 7.5 034]
[pl. en reg. p.454 : famille d'Afrique Noire. Nourriture et habitat. Africains fabricant une pirogue.] [cote : Réserve DT 7.5 034]
[pl. en reg. p.70 : Chine.] Père Matthaeus Riccius Macerat [Jésuite] et Ly Paulus [Chinois catholique prosélyte.] [cote : Réserve DS 708 N 67 1673]
[pl. en reg. p.71 : Femme chinoise.] [cote : Réserve DS 708 N 67 1673]
[pl. en reg. p.78 : divinité chinoise.] [cote : Réserve DS 708 N 67 1673]
[pl. n °1 en reg. p.116 : Chine.] Cour du Palais impérial de Pékin. [cote : Réserve DS 708 N 67 1673]
[pl. n °1 en reg. p.76 : plan de pyramides d'Egypte.] [cote : Réserve DT 7.5 034]
[pl. n °2 en reg. p.116 : Chine.] Plan du Palais impérial de Pékin. [cote : Réserve DS 708 N 67 1673]
[pl. n °3 en reg. p.76 :] Coupe d'une pyramide [d'Egypte.] [cote : Réserve DT 7.5 034]
Publius Virgilius Maro. Translated, adorn'd with Sculpture, and illustrated with Annotations
roads through England delineated, or, Ogilby's survey, The : revised, improved, and reduced to a size portable for the pocket by John Senex, F.R.S. : being an actual survey of all the principal roads of England and Wales, distinctly laid down on one hundred and one copper plates on which are delineated all the cities, towns, villages, hills, rivers, brooks churches capital seats, and every place worthy of note, throughout each road; with the addition of some roads newly drawn, which were omitted by Mr. Ogilby, and several necessary corrections made in others; together with a great number of explanatory references, by which this edition of the roads is rendered of more general use for travellers.
Terrae-Mariae tabula.
traveller's guide, or, A most exact description of the roads of England, The
traveller's guide: or, A most exact dscription of the roads of England. Being Mr. Ogilby's actual survey, and mensuration by the wheel, of the great roads from London to all the considerable cities and towns in England and Wales, together with the cross-roads from one city or eminent town to another ... And for the better illustration thereof, are added tables., The
traveller's pocket-book; or, Ogilby and Morgan's book of the roads improved and amended, in a method never before attempted Containing, I. An alphabetical list of all the cities, towns, and remarkable villages, shewing in what road they are situated. II. The distances in measured miles from London to all the cities, towns, and remarkable villages, in England and Wales according to the new erected mile stones: and an account of such noblemens and gentlemens seats as lie near the road side. III. The cross roads in England and Wales. IV. A new whole sheet map of the roads in England and Wales, as also those in Scotland, fitted to bind with the book. V. The high roads in Scotland, measured from Edinburgh, with the principal cross roads, in English miles. VI. The circuits of the judges. VII. The post master-general's account of the nights that post-letters are dispatched to the several trading towns. VIII. A list of the fairs in England and Wales, regulated according to the new stile. The eighteenth edition, corrected. With great improvements and additions, particularly of cross roads and gentlemens seats. By Mr. Potter, editor of Salmon's gazetteer., The
traveller's pocket-book, The ; or, Ogilby and Morgan's book of the roads, improved and amended, in a method never before attempted. Containing, I. An alphabetical list of all the cities, towns, and remarkable villages, showing in what ... they are situated. II. The distances in measured miles from London to all the cities, towns, and remarkable villages, in England and Wales, according to the new erected mile stones: and an account of such noblemens and gentlemens seats as lie near the road side. III. The cross roads in England and Wales. IV. A new whole sheet map of the roads in England and Wales, as also those in Scotland, fitted to bind with the book. V. The high roads in Scotland, measured from Edinburgh, with the principal cross roads, in English miles. VI. The circuits of the judges. VII. The post master-general's account of the nights that post-letters are despatched to the several trading towns. VIII. A list of the fairs in England and Wales, regulated according to the new stile.
travellers' pocket-book;, The
works of Publius Vergilius Maro, The
works of Publius Virgilius Maro., The
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