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Sanderson (Robert) Logicae artis compendium, second edition, title with woodcut device, with penultimate errata leaf and final blank, signature of Robert Cranmer at head of title, inscribed by Dr J.Kidd to Rev.J.W.Burgon on front free endpaper and with accompanying A.L.s. & envelope tipped in, 19th century calf, gilt, by Bellamy of Oxford with his ticket, a little rubbed, joints cracked, Oxford, John Lichfield & James Short, 1618 § [Ward (Seth)] Vindiciae academiarum. Containing some briefe Animadversions upon Mr Websters Book, Stiled The Examination of Academies. Together with an Appendix concerning what M. Hobbs and M. Dell Have published on this Argument, first edition, title with single-rule border and woodcut device, a few small ink annotations and sheet of notes tipped in at beginning, title soiled and with ink stain to upper inner corner touching rule border, a little browned, a few stains, modern red calf, [Wing W832; Madan, III, 225], Oxford, Thomas Robinson, 1654, 8vo & 4to (2)

⁂ Rev. J.W.Burgon (1813-88), clergyman, became Dean of Chichester Cathedral in 1876.

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Sanderson (Robert) Logicae artis compendium, second edition, title with woodcut device, with penultimate errata leaf and final blank, signature of Robert Cranmer at head of title, inscribed by Dr J.Kidd to Rev.J.W.Burgon on front free endpaper and with accompanying A.L.s. & envelope tipped in, 19th century calf, gilt, by Bellamy of Oxford with his ticket, a little rubbed, joints cracked, Oxford, John Lichfield & James Short, 1618 § [Ward (Seth)] Vindiciae academiarum. Containing some briefe Animadversions upon Mr Websters Book, Stiled The Examination of Academies. Together with an Appendix concerning what M. Hobbs and M. Dell Have published on this Argument, first edition, title with single-rule border and woodcut device, a few small ink annotations and sheet of notes tipped in at beginning, title soiled and with ink stain to upper inner corner touching rule border, a little browned, a few stains, modern red calf, [Wing W832; Madan, III, 225], Oxford, Thomas Robinson, 1654, 8vo & 4to (2)

⁂ Rev. J.W.Burgon (1813-88), clergyman, became Dean of Chichester Cathedral in 1876.

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