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Richard Wier and Count MacCarthy-Reagh.

Charles Ramsden

Richard Wier and Count MacCarthy-Reagh.

by Charles Ramsden

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Published by Queen Anne Press in (London) .
Written in English


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ContributionsWier, Richard.
The Physical Object
Pagination7 p.,plates ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19238717M

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Richard Wier and Count MacCarthy-Reagh by Charles Ramsden Download PDF EPUB FB2

Bernard Middleton A history of Englisg Cradt Bookbinding Technique (Delaware: ) pp. ; Charles Ramsden ‘Richard Weir and Count MacCarthy-Reagh’ in The Book Collector vol. 2, no. 4, winterpp. Mirjam Foot The Henry Davis Gift Volume I (London: ), p.

For information on bindings made by Richard Weir for McCarthy-Reagh, see Charles Ramsden, 'Richard Weir and Count MacCarthy-Reagh', The Book Collector 2 (), pp.esp. 1, in which the major tool used in the spine compartments appears to be the same as that of this manuscript. Select bibliography. Bernard Middleton A history of Englisg Cradt Bookbinding Technique (Delaware: ) pp.; Charles Ramsden ‘Richard Weir and Count MacCarthy-Reagh’ in The Book Collector vol.

2, no. 4, winterpp. Mirjam Foot The Henry Davis Gift Volume I (London: ), p. Author of London bookbinders,French bookbinders,Bookbinders of the United Kingdom (outside London)Richard Wier and Count MacCarthy-Reagh, Bookbinders to George III and his immediate descendants and collaterals, Watermarks as a guide to the dating of bindings, Book Binders of the United Kingdom, French bookbinders.

Oxford ; RAMSDEN, Ch.: Richard Wier and count MacCarthy-Reagh. The Book Collectors. ; RICCI, S. de: English collectors of books &. Count Justin MacCarthy Reagh was born at Spring House, County Tipperary, on 18th August,son of Denis MacCarthy, chief of the MacCarthy Reagh family, who owing to the severity of the Penal Laws went to France, where he died in Justin who was only seventeen at that time, realised his father’s property and settled at Toulouse.

Belonged to Count Justin MacCarthy-Reagh (), and bound for him by Richard Wier (d. ; also sometimes spelled Weir, and known as David or Davy), the binder MacCarthy-Reagh brought with him to Toulouse in the s (Ramsden, ; Greenfield, ). Justin MacCarthy was born at Springhouse, Co. Tipperary of an extremely wealthy family.

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BIBLIOGRAPHIE. schichte klôsterlichen Bibliothekswesen im Mittelalter. Bull. JRLM, XXXV (), Wright (C. E.), The Dispersal of the Monastic Libraries and the Beginnings of.

Richard Weir. POLYBIUS, etc Excerpta Paris: [BC1-x,15] This binding is by Richard Wier or Weir, a London bookbinder of Scottish origin, who spent several years at Toulouse working for Count MacCarthy Reagh, a great book collector. As this binding is identical with another known to have belonged to Count MacCarthy, it seems virtually.

Every item of data recorded (a certain style of decoration or binding, the date of a manuscript note, etc.) is treated as a valuable clue for provenance, therefore it can be geographically located and chronologically dated. This enables to track the movement of books. MacCarthy Reagh princes such as Florence MacCarthy were highly active in the politics and wars of Munster.

A later branch from Bansha, County Tipperary, descendants of Donal of the Pipes, would relocate to Toulouse in France and be created the Counts MacCarthy Reagh of Toulouse (Comtes de Mac-Carthy Reagh).

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Copy number: A(1) Wanting the blank leaf [a1]. Leaf [h5] is bound after [l6]. Printed folio numbers. Binding: Eighteenth-century French red morocco by Richard Weir, for MacCarthy Reagh(?); on both covers gilt double fillets form a border; edges of boards and turn-ins tooled with gold slashes; on the spine two compartments contain title and imprint; in six compartments a tendril stamp in.

He emigrated to Toulouse when his father died to escape the anti-Catholic laws in Ireland, and became Count MacCarthy Reagh of Toulouse in He brought with him to Toulouse the bookbinder Richard Wier (d. ), or Weir (he is also known as David or Davy), and this book was certainly bound by Wier.

Robert-Joseph MacCarthy Reagh, Count of Toulouse: his son; born June 30th, On the 9th of May,he married Emilia-Maria de Bressac, and died at Lyons, on the 11th July, Justin-Marie-Laurent-Robert MacCarthy Reagh, Third Count of Toulouse: his son; born May 6th,   Weir could have made his protagonist male and changed almost nothing about the narrative.

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Copy number: A(1) Bound with: 2. Johannes de Peckham, De oculo morali. [Augsburg: Anton Sorg, not after Aug. ] (J‑). Binding: Eighteenth-century French gold-tooled red morocco; on both covers fillets form a border, double fillets on edges of boards, slashes and dots on turn-ins; in five compartments of the spine a floral stamp surrounded by stars and tendrils within a frame formed.

Fínghin mac Donncha Mac Carthaig, – (anglicised Florence MacCarthy), was an Irish prince of the late 16th century and the last credible claimant to the Mac Carthaig Mór title before its suppression by English authority.

Mac Carthaig's involvement in the Nine Years' War (–) led to his arrest by the Crown, and he spent the last 40 years of his life in custody in London.Finin MacCarthy Reagh, Prince of Carbery: his son; born in ; went to France in ; married there the dau.

of a French Count; had by her two sons—1. Cormac; and 2. Dermot (b. ), m. in France and d. circathere leaving a son Donal. This Donal MacCarthy Reagh was b. in Francecame to Ireland, and lived near Dunmanway, where.Donal MacCarthy Reagh was born circaat birth place, to Cormac or Charles MacCarthy Reagh and Eleanor MacCarthy Reagh.

Donal had 2 brothers: Finin MacCarthy Reagh and one other sibling. Donal married Maria MacCarthy Reagh circaat age 30 at marriage place.