A new description of Paris. Containing a particular account of all the churches, palaces, monasteries, colledges, hospitals, libraries, cabinets of rarities, academies of the virtuosi, paintings, medals, statues and other sculptures, monuments and publick inscriptions. With all other remarkable matters in that great and famous city / Translated out of French [by Thomas Wright] [Anon].
- Brice, Germain, 1652-1727.
British curiosities in art and nature; giving an account of rarities both antient and modern, viz. Monuments, Monasteries, Priories, Frieries, Nunneries, Colleges, Hospitals, Walls, Roman Camps, Garrisons, Highways, Coins, Altars, Urns, Pavements of Mosaic Work, Temples, Churches, Bridges, Kings Palaces, Noblemens Seats, Paintings, Gardens, Statues, Fountains, Rivers, Lakes, Abysses, Caverns, Rocks, Hills, Plants, Flowers, Birds, Beasts, Fish, Shells, Learning and Learned Men, unusual Customs of Places, with whatever else is worthy observing. Likewise an account of the posts, markets, and fair-towns. To which is added, A very Useful Scheme, containing a brief Account of the State of each County in England, at one View, curiously engraved, and printed on a Sheet to fold up or put in a Frame.
- MDCC.XXVIII. 
The curiosities of Paris, in nine letters. Containing The Manner of Travelling from Calais to Paris, and the Description of the Towns. &c. on the Road. Description of Paris, Course of the Seine, Bridges, Fountains, &c. Palaces, Paintings, Gardens, Statues, Cabinets of Curiosities, and an Execution on the Wheel. Hospitals, Churches, Relics, and Processions. Squares, Statues, and Inscriptions. Different Orders of the Religious, Orders of Knighthood, Equipages, and Theatres. Amphitheatres, public Libraries, Colleges, Nunneries, &c. and the Ceremony of taking the Veil. Description of St. Cloud, the Royal Mausoleum of St. Dennis, and Regalia of the Crown. Description and Curiosities at Versailles, Trianon, Marli, Waterworks, and Machine, Gardens, Statues, Procession of the Knights of the St. Esprit, &c. &c. Interspersed with useful Observations, and particularly adapted for the Perusal of Chirurgical Students and the Traveller. By A. R.
- A. R.
Your invitation to view Caley Robinson paintings : the Wellcome Trust has great pleasure in inviting you to the unveiling of: 'Acts of mercy', the Middlesex Hospital paintings by Frederick Cayley Robinson (1862-1927) in their new home in the Wellcome Library.
- Wellcome Trust (London, England)