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Lot 234: WAY, Albert; William STANLEY.  Hydriotaphia Cambrensis. Ancient Interments and Sepulchral Urns, found in Anglesey and North Wales: with some account of examples from other parts of the principality … from notices collected by the Hon William Stanley, M.P., with additional observations by Albert Way.  London, For Private Distribution, 1868. Pp. [2], 77, [1] (blank), 13 plates (some unnumbered in the text, some numbered at end) and 22 wood-engraved text illustrations. [With]: WAY, Albert & William STANLEY. Memoir on Remains of Ancient Circular Habitations called Cyttiau'r Gwyddelod, at Ty Mawr, in Holyhead Island and on Excavations there made in 1862 by the Hon William Owen Stanley MP. With notices of Ancient relics found at or near that spot, and now mostly deposited in the British Museum by Albert Way.  London,  For Private Distribution, 1868.  Pp. 49, with folding litho map by T.P. Elliott, 4 wood-engraved plates and 11 wood-engraved text illustrations. STANLEY, William.  Cyttiau'r Gwyddelod, remains of Ancient Circular Habitations at Ty Mawr, Pen y Bonc, and Plas Milo, in Holyhead Island, with notices of other vestiges brought to light there during the excavations made in 1868. In continuation of a Memoir on researches undertaken in 1862. London, For Private Distribution, 1870. Pp. [2], 22, with 10 wood-engraved or litho plates and 12 wood-engraved illustrations in the text. [With]:  STANLEY, William.  Cyttiau'r Gwyddelod, third memoir, Discoveries made in 1869 during further researches at pen y Bonc, Twr, and Ty Mawr in Holyhead Island; with notices of cinerary urns, and of ancient relics found in various parts of Anglesey [by Albert Way]. [London, For Private Distribution, 1870]. 2 parts with continuous pagination, pp. [2], 29, [1] (blank), with 14 wood-engraved plates and 4 wood-engraved illustrations in the text. [With]: STANLEY, William.  The Chambered Tumulus in Plas Newydd Park, Anglesey. (the Cromlechs of Anglesey) [London, For Private Distribution, 1871], 2 parts with continuous pagination, pp. 24 with 8 wood-engraved plates. 5 works bound in 1 vol., 8vo (230 x 148 mm), bound together for Albert Way, with his MS ownership inscription ‘Albert Way. Wonham, Reigate’ on front pastedown, and a 2-page ALS by Stanley (dated ‘Sept 12 1846’) addressed to Way, discussing an unusual pre-historic vessel he excavated and which Way may want to purchase, together with albumen photograph of said vessel, both tipped in. Contemporary green cloth with gilt lettering to spine ‘Stanley. Mona Antiqua’ (lightly rubbed). Provenance: Albert Way (signature). W. J. H. Soup (?) (bookplate).

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  • WAY, Albert; William STANLEY.  Hydriotaphia Cambrensis. Ancient Interments and Sepulchral Urns, found in Anglesey and North Wales: with some account of examples from other parts of the principality … from notices collected by the Hon William Stanley, M.P., with additional observations by Albert Way.  London, For Private Distribution, 1868. Pp. [2], 77, [1] (blank), 13 plates (some unnumbered in the text, some numbered at end) and 22 wood-engraved text illustrations. [With]: WAY, Albert & William STANLEY. Memoir on Remains of Ancient Circular Habitations called Cyttiau'r Gwyddelod, at Ty Mawr, in Holyhead Island and on Excavations there made in 1862 by the Hon William Owen Stanley MP. With notices of Ancient relics found at or near that spot, and now mostly deposited in the British Museum by Albert Way.  London,  For Private Distribution, 1868.  Pp. 49, with folding litho map by T.P. Elliott, 4 wood-engraved plates and 11 wood-engraved text illustrations. STANLEY, William.  Cyttiau'r Gwyddelod, remains of Ancient Circular Habitations at Ty Mawr, Pen y Bonc, and Plas Milo, in Holyhead Island, with notices of other vestiges brought to light there during the excavations made in 1868. In continuation of a Memoir on researches undertaken in 1862. London, For Private Distribution, 1870. Pp. [2], 22, with 10 wood-engraved or litho plates and 12 wood-engraved illustrations in the text.   [With]:  STANLEY, William.  Cyttiau'r Gwyddelod, third memoir, Discoveries made in 1869 during further researches at pen y Bonc, Twr, and Ty Mawr in Holyhead Island; with notices of cinerary urns, and of ancient relics found in various parts of Anglesey [by Albert Way]. [London, For Private Distribution, 1870]. 2 parts with continuous pagination, pp. [2], 29, [1] (blank), with 14 wood-engraved plates and 4 wood-engraved illustrations in the text. [With]: STANLEY, William.  The Chambered Tumulus in Plas Newydd Park, Anglesey. (the Cromlechs of Anglesey) [London, For Private Distribution, 1871], 2 parts with continuous pagination, pp. 24 with 8 wood-engraved plates.    5 works bound in 1 vol., 8vo (230 x 148 mm), bound together for Albert Way, with his MS ownership inscription ‘Albert Way. Wonham, Reigate’ on front pastedown, and a 2-page ALS by Stanley (dated ‘Sept 12 1846’) addressed to Way, discussing an unusual pre-historic vessel he excavated and which Way may want to purchase, together with albumen photograph of said vessel, both tipped in. Contemporary green cloth with gilt lettering to spine ‘Stanley. Mona Antiqua’ (lightly rubbed). Provenance: Albert Way (signature). W. J. H. Soup (?) (bookplate).
  • WAY, Albert; William STANLEY.  Hydriotaphia Cambrensis. Ancient Interments and Sepulchral Urns, found in Anglesey and North Wales: with some account of examples from other parts of the principality … from notices collected by the Hon William Stanley, M.P., with additional observations by Albert Way.  London, For Private Distribution, 1868. Pp. [2], 77, [1] (blank), 13 plates (some unnumbered in the text, some numbered at end) and 22 wood-engraved text illustrations. [With]: WAY, Albert & William STANLEY. Memoir on Remains of Ancient Circular Habitations called Cyttiau'r Gwyddelod, at Ty Mawr, in Holyhead Island and on Excavations there made in 1862 by the Hon William Owen Stanley MP. With notices of Ancient relics found at or near that spot, and now mostly deposited in the British Museum by Albert Way.  London,  For Private Distribution, 1868.  Pp. 49, with folding litho map by T.P. Elliott, 4 wood-engraved plates and 11 wood-engraved text illustrations. STANLEY, William.  Cyttiau'r Gwyddelod, remains of Ancient Circular Habitations at Ty Mawr, Pen y Bonc, and Plas Milo, in Holyhead Island, with notices of other vestiges brought to light there during the excavations made in 1868. In continuation of a Memoir on researches undertaken in 1862. London, For Private Distribution, 1870. Pp. [2], 22, with 10 wood-engraved or litho plates and 12 wood-engraved illustrations in the text.   [With]:  STANLEY, William.  Cyttiau'r Gwyddelod, third memoir, Discoveries made in 1869 during further researches at pen y Bonc, Twr, and Ty Mawr in Holyhead Island; with notices of cinerary urns, and of ancient relics found in various parts of Anglesey [by Albert Way]. [London, For Private Distribution, 1870]. 2 parts with continuous pagination, pp. [2], 29, [1] (blank), with 14 wood-engraved plates and 4 wood-engraved illustrations in the text. [With]: STANLEY, William.  The Chambered Tumulus in Plas Newydd Park, Anglesey. (the Cromlechs of Anglesey) [London, For Private Distribution, 1871], 2 parts with continuous pagination, pp. 24 with 8 wood-engraved plates.    5 works bound in 1 vol., 8vo (230 x 148 mm), bound together for Albert Way, with his MS ownership inscription ‘Albert Way. Wonham, Reigate’ on front pastedown, and a 2-page ALS by Stanley (dated ‘Sept 12 1846’) addressed to Way, discussing an unusual pre-historic vessel he excavated and which Way may want to purchase, together with albumen photograph of said vessel, both tipped in. Contemporary green cloth with gilt lettering to spine ‘Stanley. Mona Antiqua’ (lightly rubbed). Provenance: Albert Way (signature). W. J. H. Soup (?) (bookplate).
  • WAY, Albert; William STANLEY.  Hydriotaphia Cambrensis. Ancient Interments and Sepulchral Urns, found in Anglesey and North Wales: with some account of examples from other parts of the principality … from notices collected by the Hon William Stanley, M.P., with additional observations by Albert Way.  London, For Private Distribution, 1868. Pp. [2], 77, [1] (blank), 13 plates (some unnumbered in the text, some numbered at end) and 22 wood-engraved text illustrations. [With]: WAY, Albert & William STANLEY. Memoir on Remains of Ancient Circular Habitations called Cyttiau'r Gwyddelod, at Ty Mawr, in Holyhead Island and on Excavations there made in 1862 by the Hon William Owen Stanley MP. With notices of Ancient relics found at or near that spot, and now mostly deposited in the British Museum by Albert Way.  London,  For Private Distribution, 1868.  Pp. 49, with folding litho map by T.P. Elliott, 4 wood-engraved plates and 11 wood-engraved text illustrations. STANLEY, William.  Cyttiau'r Gwyddelod, remains of Ancient Circular Habitations at Ty Mawr, Pen y Bonc, and Plas Milo, in Holyhead Island, with notices of other vestiges brought to light there during the excavations made in 1868. In continuation of a Memoir on researches undertaken in 1862. London, For Private Distribution, 1870. Pp. [2], 22, with 10 wood-engraved or litho plates and 12 wood-engraved illustrations in the text.   [With]:  STANLEY, William.  Cyttiau'r Gwyddelod, third memoir, Discoveries made in 1869 during further researches at pen y Bonc, Twr, and Ty Mawr in Holyhead Island; with notices of cinerary urns, and of ancient relics found in various parts of Anglesey [by Albert Way]. [London, For Private Distribution, 1870]. 2 parts with continuous pagination, pp. [2], 29, [1] (blank), with 14 wood-engraved plates and 4 wood-engraved illustrations in the text. [With]: STANLEY, William.  The Chambered Tumulus in Plas Newydd Park, Anglesey. (the Cromlechs of Anglesey) [London, For Private Distribution, 1871], 2 parts with continuous pagination, pp. 24 with 8 wood-engraved plates.    5 works bound in 1 vol., 8vo (230 x 148 mm), bound together for Albert Way, with his MS ownership inscription ‘Albert Way. Wonham, Reigate’ on front pastedown, and a 2-page ALS by Stanley (dated ‘Sept 12 1846’) addressed to Way, discussing an unusual pre-historic vessel he excavated and which Way may want to purchase, together with albumen photograph of said vessel, both tipped in. Contemporary green cloth with gilt lettering to spine ‘Stanley. Mona Antiqua’ (lightly rubbed). Provenance: Albert Way (signature). W. J. H. Soup (?) (bookplate).
  • WAY, Albert; William STANLEY.  Hydriotaphia Cambrensis. Ancient Interments and Sepulchral Urns, found in Anglesey and North Wales: with some account of examples from other parts of the principality … from notices collected by the Hon William Stanley, M.P., with additional observations by Albert Way.  London, For Private Distribution, 1868. Pp. [2], 77, [1] (blank), 13 plates (some unnumbered in the text, some numbered at end) and 22 wood-engraved text illustrations. [With]: WAY, Albert & William STANLEY. Memoir on Remains of Ancient Circular Habitations called Cyttiau'r Gwyddelod, at Ty Mawr, in Holyhead Island and on Excavations there made in 1862 by the Hon William Owen Stanley MP. With notices of Ancient relics found at or near that spot, and now mostly deposited in the British Museum by Albert Way.  London,  For Private Distribution, 1868.  Pp. 49, with folding litho map by T.P. Elliott, 4 wood-engraved plates and 11 wood-engraved text illustrations. STANLEY, William.  Cyttiau'r Gwyddelod, remains of Ancient Circular Habitations at Ty Mawr, Pen y Bonc, and Plas Milo, in Holyhead Island, with notices of other vestiges brought to light there during the excavations made in 1868. In continuation of a Memoir on researches undertaken in 1862. London, For Private Distribution, 1870. Pp. [2], 22, with 10 wood-engraved or litho plates and 12 wood-engraved illustrations in the text.   [With]:  STANLEY, William.  Cyttiau'r Gwyddelod, third memoir, Discoveries made in 1869 during further researches at pen y Bonc, Twr, and Ty Mawr in Holyhead Island; with notices of cinerary urns, and of ancient relics found in various parts of Anglesey [by Albert Way]. [London, For Private Distribution, 1870]. 2 parts with continuous pagination, pp. [2], 29, [1] (blank), with 14 wood-engraved plates and 4 wood-engraved illustrations in the text. [With]: STANLEY, William.  The Chambered Tumulus in Plas Newydd Park, Anglesey. (the Cromlechs of Anglesey) [London, For Private Distribution, 1871], 2 parts with continuous pagination, pp. 24 with 8 wood-engraved plates.    5 works bound in 1 vol., 8vo (230 x 148 mm), bound together for Albert Way, with his MS ownership inscription ‘Albert Way. Wonham, Reigate’ on front pastedown, and a 2-page ALS by Stanley (dated ‘Sept 12 1846’) addressed to Way, discussing an unusual pre-historic vessel he excavated and which Way may want to purchase, together with albumen photograph of said vessel, both tipped in. Contemporary green cloth with gilt lettering to spine ‘Stanley. Mona Antiqua’ (lightly rubbed). Provenance: Albert Way (signature). W. J. H. Soup (?) (bookplate).
  • WAY, Albert; William STANLEY.  Hydriotaphia Cambrensis. Ancient Interments and Sepulchral Urns, found in Anglesey and North Wales: with some account of examples from other parts of the principality … from notices collected by the Hon William Stanley, M.P., with additional observations by Albert Way.  London, For Private Distribution, 1868. Pp. [2], 77, [1] (blank), 13 plates (some unnumbered in the text, some numbered at end) and 22 wood-engraved text illustrations. [With]: WAY, Albert & William STANLEY. Memoir on Remains of Ancient Circular Habitations called Cyttiau'r Gwyddelod, at Ty Mawr, in Holyhead Island and on Excavations there made in 1862 by the Hon William Owen Stanley MP. With notices of Ancient relics found at or near that spot, and now mostly deposited in the British Museum by Albert Way.  London,  For Private Distribution, 1868.  Pp. 49, with folding litho map by T.P. Elliott, 4 wood-engraved plates and 11 wood-engraved text illustrations. STANLEY, William.  Cyttiau'r Gwyddelod, remains of Ancient Circular Habitations at Ty Mawr, Pen y Bonc, and Plas Milo, in Holyhead Island, with notices of other vestiges brought to light there during the excavations made in 1868. In continuation of a Memoir on researches undertaken in 1862. London, For Private Distribution, 1870. Pp. [2], 22, with 10 wood-engraved or litho plates and 12 wood-engraved illustrations in the text.   [With]:  STANLEY, William.  Cyttiau'r Gwyddelod, third memoir, Discoveries made in 1869 during further researches at pen y Bonc, Twr, and Ty Mawr in Holyhead Island; with notices of cinerary urns, and of ancient relics found in various parts of Anglesey [by Albert Way]. [London, For Private Distribution, 1870]. 2 parts with continuous pagination, pp. [2], 29, [1] (blank), with 14 wood-engraved plates and 4 wood-engraved illustrations in the text. [With]: STANLEY, William.  The Chambered Tumulus in Plas Newydd Park, Anglesey. (the Cromlechs of Anglesey) [London, For Private Distribution, 1871], 2 parts with continuous pagination, pp. 24 with 8 wood-engraved plates.    5 works bound in 1 vol., 8vo (230 x 148 mm), bound together for Albert Way, with his MS ownership inscription ‘Albert Way. Wonham, Reigate’ on front pastedown, and a 2-page ALS by Stanley (dated ‘Sept 12 1846’) addressed to Way, discussing an unusual pre-historic vessel he excavated and which Way may want to purchase, together with albumen photograph of said vessel, both tipped in. Contemporary green cloth with gilt lettering to spine ‘Stanley. Mona Antiqua’ (lightly rubbed). Provenance: Albert Way (signature). W. J. H. Soup (?) (bookplate).
  • WAY, Albert; William STANLEY.  Hydriotaphia Cambrensis. Ancient Interments and Sepulchral Urns, found in Anglesey and North Wales: with some account of examples from other parts of the principality … from notices collected by the Hon William Stanley, M.P., with additional observations by Albert Way.  London, For Private Distribution, 1868. Pp. [2], 77, [1] (blank), 13 plates (some unnumbered in the text, some numbered at end) and 22 wood-engraved text illustrations. [With]: WAY, Albert & William STANLEY. Memoir on Remains of Ancient Circular Habitations called Cyttiau'r Gwyddelod, at Ty Mawr, in Holyhead Island and on Excavations there made in 1862 by the Hon William Owen Stanley MP. With notices of Ancient relics found at or near that spot, and now mostly deposited in the British Museum by Albert Way.  London,  For Private Distribution, 1868.  Pp. 49, with folding litho map by T.P. Elliott, 4 wood-engraved plates and 11 wood-engraved text illustrations. STANLEY, William.  Cyttiau'r Gwyddelod, remains of Ancient Circular Habitations at Ty Mawr, Pen y Bonc, and Plas Milo, in Holyhead Island, with notices of other vestiges brought to light there during the excavations made in 1868. In continuation of a Memoir on researches undertaken in 1862. London, For Private Distribution, 1870. Pp. [2], 22, with 10 wood-engraved or litho plates and 12 wood-engraved illustrations in the text.   [With]:  STANLEY, William.  Cyttiau'r Gwyddelod, third memoir, Discoveries made in 1869 during further researches at pen y Bonc, Twr, and Ty Mawr in Holyhead Island; with notices of cinerary urns, and of ancient relics found in various parts of Anglesey [by Albert Way]. [London, For Private Distribution, 1870]. 2 parts with continuous pagination, pp. [2], 29, [1] (blank), with 14 wood-engraved plates and 4 wood-engraved illustrations in the text. [With]: STANLEY, William.  The Chambered Tumulus in Plas Newydd Park, Anglesey. (the Cromlechs of Anglesey) [London, For Private Distribution, 1871], 2 parts with continuous pagination, pp. 24 with 8 wood-engraved plates.    5 works bound in 1 vol., 8vo (230 x 148 mm), bound together for Albert Way, with his MS ownership inscription ‘Albert Way. Wonham, Reigate’ on front pastedown, and a 2-page ALS by Stanley (dated ‘Sept 12 1846’) addressed to Way, discussing an unusual pre-historic vessel he excavated and which Way may want to purchase, together with albumen photograph of said vessel, both tipped in. Contemporary green cloth with gilt lettering to spine ‘Stanley. Mona Antiqua’ (lightly rubbed). Provenance: Albert Way (signature). W. J. H. Soup (?) (bookplate).
  • WAY, Albert; William STANLEY.  Hydriotaphia Cambrensis. Ancient Interments and Sepulchral Urns, found in Anglesey and North Wales: with some account of examples from other parts of the principality … from notices collected by the Hon William Stanley, M.P., with additional observations by Albert Way.  London, For Private Distribution, 1868. Pp. [2], 77, [1] (blank), 13 plates (some unnumbered in the text, some numbered at end) and 22 wood-engraved text illustrations. [With]: WAY, Albert & William STANLEY. Memoir on Remains of Ancient Circular Habitations called Cyttiau'r Gwyddelod, at Ty Mawr, in Holyhead Island and on Excavations there made in 1862 by the Hon William Owen Stanley MP. With notices of Ancient relics found at or near that spot, and now mostly deposited in the British Museum by Albert Way.  London,  For Private Distribution, 1868.  Pp. 49, with folding litho map by T.P. Elliott, 4 wood-engraved plates and 11 wood-engraved text illustrations. STANLEY, William.  Cyttiau'r Gwyddelod, remains of Ancient Circular Habitations at Ty Mawr, Pen y Bonc, and Plas Milo, in Holyhead Island, with notices of other vestiges brought to light there during the excavations made in 1868. In continuation of a Memoir on researches undertaken in 1862. London, For Private Distribution, 1870. Pp. [2], 22, with 10 wood-engraved or litho plates and 12 wood-engraved illustrations in the text.   [With]:  STANLEY, William.  Cyttiau'r Gwyddelod, third memoir, Discoveries made in 1869 during further researches at pen y Bonc, Twr, and Ty Mawr in Holyhead Island; with notices of cinerary urns, and of ancient relics found in various parts of Anglesey [by Albert Way]. [London, For Private Distribution, 1870]. 2 parts with continuous pagination, pp. [2], 29, [1] (blank), with 14 wood-engraved plates and 4 wood-engraved illustrations in the text. [With]: STANLEY, William.  The Chambered Tumulus in Plas Newydd Park, Anglesey. (the Cromlechs of Anglesey) [London, For Private Distribution, 1871], 2 parts with continuous pagination, pp. 24 with 8 wood-engraved plates.    5 works bound in 1 vol., 8vo (230 x 148 mm), bound together for Albert Way, with his MS ownership inscription ‘Albert Way. Wonham, Reigate’ on front pastedown, and a 2-page ALS by Stanley (dated ‘Sept 12 1846’) addressed to Way, discussing an unusual pre-historic vessel he excavated and which Way may want to purchase, together with albumen photograph of said vessel, both tipped in. Contemporary green cloth with gilt lettering to spine ‘Stanley. Mona Antiqua’ (lightly rubbed). Provenance: Albert Way (signature). W. J. H. Soup (?) (bookplate).
   
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Description: WAY, Albert; William STANLEY.  Hydriotaphia Cambrensis. Ancient Interments and Sepulchral Urns, found in Anglesey and North Wales: with some account of examples from other parts of the principality … from notices collected by the Hon William Stanley, M.P., with additional observations by Albert Way.  London, For Private Distribution, 1868. Pp. [2], 77, [1] (blank), 13 plates (some unnumbered in the text, some numbered at end) and 22 wood-engraved text illustrations. [With]: WAY, Albert & William STANLEY. Memoir on Remains of Ancient Circular Habitations called Cyttiau'r Gwyddelod, at Ty Mawr, in Holyhead Island and on Excavations there made in 1862 by the Hon William Owen Stanley MP. With notices of Ancient relics found at or near that spot, and now mostly deposited in the British Museum by Albert Way.  London,  For Private Distribution, 1868.  Pp. 49, with folding litho map by T.P. Elliott, 4 wood-engraved plates and 11 wood-engraved text illustrations. STANLEY, William.  Cyttiau'r Gwyddelod, remains of Ancient Circular Habitations at Ty Mawr, Pen y Bonc, and Plas Milo, in Holyhead Island, with notices of other vestiges brought to light there during the excavations made in 1868. In continuation of a Memoir on researches undertaken in 1862. London, For Private Distribution, 1870. Pp. [2], 22, with 10 wood-engraved or litho plates and 12 wood-engraved illustrations in the text. [With]:  STANLEY, William.  Cyttiau'r Gwyddelod, third memoir, Discoveries made in 1869 during further researches at pen y Bonc, Twr, and Ty Mawr in Holyhead Island; with notices of cinerary urns, and of ancient relics found in various parts of Anglesey [by Albert Way]. [London, For Private Distribution, 1870]. 2 parts with continuous pagination, pp. [2], 29, [1] (blank), with 14 wood-engraved plates and 4 wood-engraved illustrations in the text. [With]: STANLEY, William.  The Chambered Tumulus in Plas Newydd Park, Anglesey. (the Cromlechs of Anglesey) [London, For Private Distribution, 1871], 2 parts with continuous pagination, pp. 24 with 8 wood-engraved plates. 5 works bound in 1 vol., 8vo (230 x 148 mm), bound together for Albert Way, with his MS ownership inscription ‘Albert Way. Wonham, Reigate’ on front pastedown, and a 2-page ALS by Stanley (dated ‘Sept 12 1846’) addressed to Way, discussing an unusual pre-historic vessel he excavated and which Way may want to purchase, together with albumen photograph of said vessel, both tipped in. Contemporary green cloth with gilt lettering to spine ‘Stanley. Mona Antiqua’ (lightly rubbed). Provenance: Albert Way (signature). W. J. H. Soup (?) (bookplate).

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