Below please find the list of the works from Special Collections we examined together for Beth Yale’s visit. Thanks to Bruce Tabb for collecting the call numbers.
John Evelyn, Silva (London: Scott, 1706). 634.91 Eu22
The Survey of Cornwall
Richard Carew, 1555-1620.; Pierre Desmaizeaux, 1673?-1745.; Richard Carew, 1555-1620.; London, Printed for S. Chapman, D. Browne and J. Woodman; 1723
Available at Special Collections and Archives Rare Books (DA670.C8C22)
Britannia, siue, Florentissimorum regnorum Angliae, Scotiae, Hiberniae, et insularum adiacentium ex intima antiquitate chorographica descriptio
William Camden, 1551-1623.; George Bishop, -1611, printer.; English Printing Collection (Library of Congress); Londini : Impensis Georg. Bishop; 1590
Available at Special Collections and Archives Rare Books (Q063 )
Durham. Thomas Cox, 1655?-1734.; Robert Morden, approximately 1650-1703.; Thomas Cox, 1655?-1734.; London : In the Savoy, Printed by E. and R. Nutt; 1720
Available at Special Collections and Archives Rare Books (DA670.D9C69 1720 )
Northumberland. Thomas Cox, 1655?-1734.; Robert Morden, approximately 1650-1703.; Thomas Cox, 1655?-1734.; London : Printed for C. Ward and R. Chandler, booksellers; between 1720 and 1731
Available at Special Collections and Archives Rare Books (DA670.N78C69 1720 )
Dorsetshire. Thomas Cox, 1655?-1734.; Robert Morden, approximately 1650-1703.; Thomas Cox, -1734.; London : In the Savoy, Printed by E. and R. Nutt; 1720
Available at Special Collections and Archives Rare Books (DA670.D7C69 1720 )
Travels over England, Scotland and Wales, giving a true and exact description of the chiefest cities, towns and corporations; together with the antiquities of divers other places, with the most famous cathedrals and other eminent structures, of several remarkable caves and walls, with many other divertive passages never before published.
James Brome, -1719.; London, Printed for A. Roper; 1700
Available at Special Collections and Archives Rare Books (Burgess 042a
Michaell Drayton, Poly-Olbion, PR2257 .P5 1612. London : printed for M Lownes. I Browne. I Helme. I Busbie. :Ingraũe by W Hole, 
Ray, John. Three physico-theological discourses, concerning I. The primitive chaos, and creation of the world. II. The general Deluge, its causes and effects. III. The dissolution of the world and future conflagration. Wherein are largely discussed, the production and use of mountains, the original of fountains, of formed stones, and sea-fishes bones and shells found in the earth; the effects of particular floods, and inundations of the sea; the eruptions of vulcano’s; the nature and causes of earthquakes. With an historical account of those two late remarkable ones in Jamaica and England. With practical inferences. London: Printed for William Innys, at the Prince’s Arms in S. Paul’s Church-yard, 1713 Burgess 162
Pliny the younger, The Naturall Historie of C. Plinius Secundus,. Trans Philemon Holland. London: A. Islip, 1601. Burgess 159
Chamberlayne, Edward. 1669. Angliæ notitia, or, The present state of England together with divers remarks upon the antient state thereof. London: Printed by T. Hodgkin, 1700.
Charles. 1650. Reliquiae sacrae Carolinae: the works of that great monarch and glorious martyr King Charles the I : Collected together and digested in order according to their several subjects, civil and sacred. Hague: Printed by Samuel Browne. (942.06 C378)
Wilkins, John. 1640. The first book: the discovery of a new world. Or, a discourse tending to prove, that ’tis probable there may be another habitable world in the moone. With a discourse concerning the possibility of a passage thither. London: Printed by Iohn Norton for Iohn Maynard.
Somner, William, and Hugh Cecil Lowther Lonsdale. 1640. The antiquities of Canterbvry. Or a svrvey of that ancient citie, with the svbvrbs, and cathedrall. Containing principally matters of antiquity in them all. London: Printed by I.L. for R. Thrale. (914.223 So55)
Newcastle, Margaret Cavendish. 1667. The life of the thrice noble, high and puissant prince William Cavendishe,: Duke, Marquess, and Earl of Newcastle; Earl of Ogle; Viscount Mansfield. London: Printed by A. Maxwell. (923.N432n)
CAREW, George, and Thomas STAFFORD. 1633. Pacata Hibernia. Ireland appeased and reduced. Or, an Historie of the late warres of Ireland, especially within the Province of Mounster vnder the government of Sir G. Carew … Illustrated with seventeene severall mappes, etc. [Compiled by G. Carew, Earl of Totnes. Edited by Sir Thomas Stafford. With portraits of the author and Queen Elizabeth.]. London: (x941.5 St13)
Huddesford, William, Thomas Warton, Thomas Hearne, and Anthony à Wood. 1772. The lives of those eminent antiquaries John Leland, Thomas Hearne, and Anthony à Wood; with an authentick account of their respective writings and publications, from original papers. Oxford: J. and J. Fletcher. (DA92.H8 v.1)
Stow, John, John Strype, Anthony Munday, Henry Dyson, Awnsham Churchill, John Knapton, Robert Knaplock, et al. 1720. A survey of the cities of London and Westminister: containing the original, antiquity, increase, modern estate and government of those cities. London: Printed for A. Churchill, J. Knapton, R. Knaplock, J. Walthoe, E. Horne, B. Tooke, D. Midwinter, B. Cowse, R. Robinson. (914.21 St77 v.1)
Jones, Inigo, John Webb, and Walter Charleton. 1725. The most notable antiquity of Great Britain, vulgarly called Stone-Heng, on Salisbury Plain, restored. London: Printed for D. Browne, jr. (x913.42 J717)
Wood, Anthony à. 1721. Athenæ oxonienses. An exact history of all the writers and bishops who have had their education in the most antient and famous University of Oxford, from the fifteenth year of King Henry the Seventh, A.D. 1500, to the author’s death in November 1695. Representing the birth, fortune, preferment, and death of all those authors and prelates, the great accidents of their lives, and the fate and character of their writings. To which are added, the fasti, or annals, of the said University. London: Printed for R. Knaplock, D. Widwinter, and J. Tonson. (378.42 OFw)
Grew, Nehemiah. 1685. Musæum Regalis Societatis, or, A catalogue and description of the natural and artificial rarities belonging to the Royal Society and preserved at Gresham Colledge. London: Printed for Tho. Malthus. (504 R812)
Society of Antiquaries of London. 1779. Archaeologia, or, Miscellaneous tracts relating to antiquity. London: Society of Antiquaries of London. (DA20.A64 v.1)
Speed, John. 1611. The history of Great Britaine under the conquests of ÿ Romans, Saxons, Danes and Normans: their originals, manners, warres, coines & seales ; with ÿ successions, lives, acts & issue of the English Monarchs from Iulius Cæsar, to our most gracious Soueraigne King Iames. Imprinted at London: [By William Hall and John Beale, Anno Cum Privilegio, and are to be solde by Iohn Sudbury & Georg Humble, in Popes-head alley at ÿ signe of ÿ white Horse]. (x942 Sp32)