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Stukeley's Principal Manuscripts.
Bodelian Library, Oxford:
'Celtic Temples.' [Bod. MS. Eng. misc. c. 323]
'Religious Antiquitys.' [Bod. MS. Eng. misc. e. 1331]
'Disquisitio de Deo. Or an Enquiry into the Nature of the Deity …' [Bod. MS Eng. misc. e.650]
'On the Origin of Temples. 1743.' [Bod. MS Eng. misc. d.455]
'Ras Sem … On the Petrify'd City in Africa.' [Bod. MS Eng. misc. e.390]
'Origin of the Antidiluvian, or Chinese Writing.' [Bod. MS Eng. misc. e.378]
The Bodleian also holds most of Stukeley's extensive surviving collection of letters, diaries, autobiographies and reminiscenes.
Cardiff Central Library:
'Stonehenge.' [CCL MS. 4.253]
'Celtic Religion. [CCL MS. 4.26]
'Discourses Read at the Antiquarian Society.' [CCL MS. 2.368]
Corpus Christi College, Cambridge:
'Fasti Evangelici, or Chronological Commentarys of the Life and Actions of Jesus Christ' [CCCC MSS 616 and 617]
'Stanfordia Illustrata, Or An Account of the Antiquities of Stamford … Vols. I and II.' [CCCC MSS 618 and 619]
The Philosophy of Springs and Fountains, Or a Theory of the Earth. [CCCC MS 623]
Devizes Archaeological and Natural History Society:
Freemasons' Hall, London:
'The Creation. Music of the Spheres. K[ing] S[olomon's] Temple. Micro- and Macrocosm Compared andc.' [FM MS 1130 Stu (1)]
'The Order of the Pillars of Solomon's Temple' [FM MS 1130 Stu (2)]
'The Hieroglyphics of the Egyptians.' [FM MS 1130 Stu (3)]
'Egyptian Antiquities' [FM MS 1130 Stu (7)]
'Discourse on Hades' [FM MS 1130 Stu (10)]
'Egyptian Hieroglyphs and Chinese Writing.' [MS 1130 Stu (13)]
'Hebrew Antiquity' [FM MS 1130 Stu (15)]
'Solomon's Temple' [FM MS 1130 Stu (16)]
'The Jews Speak a Sign, the Greeks Wisdom' [FM MS 1130 Stu (17)]
'Antient Sepulchres' [FM MS 1130 Stu (18)]
These are the most important of nineteen MSS held in the collection.
Royal College of Physicians:
'A Botanic Lecture I Wrote 1723… Pronounced at the Herbarizing Feast of the Apothecarys.' [RCP MSS. 340/14-16]
Royal Society of London:
'Memoirs of Sr Isaac Newtons Life' [RS MS. 142]
Society of Antiquaries of London:
'Minute Book of the Antiquarian Society, 1722.' [SoA MS. 268]
'Historia Coelestis or the History of the Heavens, Being an Explication of the Asterisms of the Coelestial Sphere; Whence the Origin of Idolatry, and First Deviation from the Patriarchal, and True Religion.' [SoA MS. 806]
Wellcome Institute for the History of Science and Medicine, London:
'A Catalogue of Druids.' [Wellcome MS 4720]
'Palaeographia Sacra II. A Dissertation on the Mysterys of the Antients in an Explication of the Famous Piece of Antiquity, the table of Isis.' [Wellcome MS 4722]
'Antediluvians. Palaeographia Sacra, Or Discourses on Monuments of Antiquity that Relate to Sacred History, No. II. Or Heroologia Sacra Patriarchalis. An Attempt to Retrieve the Heroical Pictures of the Patriarchs, and Eminent Persons in Antiquity, Mention'd in the Holy Scriptures, Or Relating Thereto; Or to the Brittish History: From Antient Paintings, sculptures, intaglia's, and Other Antient Monuments.' [Wellcome MS 4724]
Stukeley, William. 1720. An Account of a Roman Temple, and other Antiquities, near Graham's Dike in Scotland. (London) [A copy with extensive interleaved MS notes made by Stukeley is in the Ashmoelan Museum Library, Oxford, shelf mark 533.7 G.42 fol.]
Stukeley, William. 1722. Of the Spleen, its Description and History, Uses and Diseases … To which is Added Some Anatomical Observations in the Dissection of an Elephant. (London)
Stukeley, William. 1723. Of the Roman Amphitheater at Dorchester. (Pamphlet, London)
Stukeley, William. 1724. Itinerarium Curiosum, Or, An Account of the Antiquitys and Remarkable Curiositys in Nature or Art, Observ'd in Travels thro' Great Brittan. Illustrated with Copper Prints. Centuria I. (London)
Stukeley, William. 1728. 'A Description of a Roman Pavement Found Near Grantham in Lincolnshire, with the Oeconomy of the Roman Times in this Part of England', in Philosophical Transactions 35, pp. 428-32
Stukeley, William. 1733. A Letter to Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. President of the College of Physicians, London, And of the Royal Society; About the Cure of the Gout, By Oils externally apply'd. (London)
Stukeley, William. 1735. Of the Gout. (Dublin)
Stukeley, William. 1736. Palaeographia Sacra: Or, Discourses on Monuments of Antiquity that Relate to Sacred History. Number 1. A Comment on an Ode of Horace, Shewing the Bacchus of the Heathen to be the Jehovah of the Jews. (London)
Stukeley, William. 1740. Stonehenge: A Temple Restor'd to the British Druids. (London)
Stukeley, William. 1742. National Judgements the Consequence of a National Profanation of the Sabbath. A Sermon Preached before the Honourable House of Commons, at St Margaret's, Westminster. (London)
Stukeley, William. 1743a. Abury: A Temple of the British Druids. (London)
Stukeley, William. 1743b. Palaeographia Britannica: Or, Discourses on Antiquities in Britain. Number I. (London)
Stukeley, William. 1746. Palaeographia Britannica: Or, Discourses on Antiquities in Britain. Number II. (Stamford)
Stukeley, William. 1750a. 'On the Causes of Earthquakes' and 'Concerning the Causes of Earthquakes', in Philosophical Transactions 46, pp. 641-6, 657-69
Stukeley, William. 1750b. The Philosophy of Earthquakes, Natural and Religious. (Pamphlet, London)
Stukeley, William. 1750c. The Healing of Disease, A Character of the Messiah: A Sermon. (London)
Stukeley, William. 1752. Palaeographia Britannica: Or, Discourses on Antiquities in Britain. Number III. (London)
Stukeley, William. 1753. 'An Account of the Eclipse Predicted by Thales', in Philosophical Transactions 48, pp. 221-26
Stukeley, William. 1756. The Philosophy of Earthquakes, Natural and Religious, Or an Inquiry into their Causes, and their Purpose. (3rd edition, London.)
Stukeley, William. 1757a. The Medallic History of Marcus Aurelius Valerius Carausius, Emperor in Brittain, Volume I. (London)
Stukeley, William. 1757b. An Account of Richard of Cirencester, Monk of Westminster, and of his Works: With his Antient Map of Roman Britain; And the Itinerary Thereof. (London)
Stukeley, William. 1759. The Medallic History of Marcus Aurelius Valerius Carausius, Emperor in Brittain, Volume II. (London)
Stukeley, William. 1763a. Palaeographia Sacra. Or, Discourses on Sacred Subjects. (London)
Stukeley, William. 1763b. A Letter from Dr Stukeley to Mr MacPherson, On his Publication of Fingal and Temora, With a Print of Cathmor's Shield. (London)
Stukeley, William. 1776. Itinerarium Curiosum, Or, An Account of the Antiquitys and Remarkable Curiositys in Nature or Art, Observ'd in Travels thro' Great Brittan. Centuria 2. (London)
Stukeley, William. 1882. The Family Memoirs, vol. 1, ed. W. C. Lukis (Surtees Society, vol. lxxiii, for 1880)
Stukeley, William. 1883. The Family Memoirs, vol. 2, ed. W. C. Lukis (Surtees Society, vol. lxxvi, for 1883)
Stukeley, William. 1887. The Family Memoirs, vol. 3, ed. W. C. Lukis (Surtees Society, vol. lxxx, for 1885)
Stukeley, William. 1936. Memoirs of Sir Isaac Newton's Life, ed. A. Hastings White. (London)
Stukeley, William. 1980. The Commentarys, Diary, and Commom-Place Book of William Stukeley. (London)
Albin, Eleazar. 1720. A Natural History of English Insects, Illustrated with A Hundred Copper Plates, Curiously Engraven from the Life… (London)
Anderson, James. 1723. The Constitutions of the Free-Masons. Containing the History, Charges, Regulations, andc. of that most Ancient and Right Worshipful Fraternity. (London)
Anon. 1704. A Letter to Eusebia: Occasioned by Mr Toland's Letter to Serena. (London)
Anon. 1736. An Universal History, From the Earliest Account of Time to the Present … Vol. I. (London)
Anon. 1742. A Dissertation on Deistical and Arian Corruptiom. (London)
Anon. c.1750. A Concise Account of the Most Famous Antiquity of Great-Britain, Vulgarly Call'd Stonehenge … According to Inigo Jones, Dr Stukely, andc … (London and Salisbury)
Anon. 1776. A Description of Stonehenge, Abiry andc. in Wiltshire. With an Account of the Learning and Discipline of the Druids … (London)
Bentley, Richard. 1710. The Present State of Trinity College in Cambridg, In a Letter from Dr Bentley, Master of the Said College, to the Right Reverend John Lord Bishop of Ely. (2nd edition, London)
Berkeley, George. 1744. Siris: A Chain of Philosophical Reflections and Inquiries Concerning the Virtues of Tar Water, and Divers Other Subjects Connected Together and Arising from One Another. (2nd edition, London)
Blackmore, Richard. 1725. Treatise of Consumptions and other Distempers Belonging to the Breast and Lungs. (2nd edition, London)
Blunt, Henry. 1671. A Voyage into the Levant: Being a Brief Relation of a Journey Lately Performed from England by the way of Venice, into Dalmatia, Sclavonia, Bosna, Hungary, Macedonia, Thrace, and Ægypt, unto Gran-Cairo … (8th edition, London)
Borlase, William. 1754. Observations on the Antiquities Historical and Monumental, of the County of Cornwall. Consisting of Several Essays on the First Inhabitants, Druid-Superstition, and Remains of the Most Remote Antiquity, In Britain, and the British Isles …. (Oxford)
Borlase, William. 1758. The Natural History of Cornwall … (Oxford)
Bowles, W.L. 1828. Hermes Britannicus. A Dissertation on the Celtic Deity Teutates. The Mercurious of Caesar, in Further Proof and Corroboration of the Origination and Designation of the Great Temple at Abury, in Wiltshire. (London)
Breval, John. 1726. Remarks on Several Parts of Europe: Relating Chiefly to the History, Antiquities and Geography, of those Countries. (London)
Browne, D. (ed.) 1725. The Most Noteable Antiquity of Great Britain, Vulgarly called Stone-Heng, on Salisbury Plain, Restored, by Inigo Jones … To which are Added, The Chorea Gigantum, … by Doctor Charleton; and Mr Webb's Vindication of Stone-Heng Restored, In Answer to Dr Charelton's Reflections … (London)
Browne, Henry. 1823. An Illustration of Stonehenge and Abury, In the County of Wilts, Pointing out their Origin and Character, Through Considerations Hitherto Unnoticed. (Salisbury)
Browne, Henry. 1832. The Geology of Scripture, Illustrating the Operation of the Deluge, and the Effects of Which it was Productive: With a Consideration of Scripture History, in Reference to Stonehenge and Abury, in Wiltshire. (Frome)
Brome, James. 1700. Travels Over England, Scotland and Wales. (London)
Bryant, Jacob. 1775-1776. A New System, Or, An Analysis of Ancient Mythology: Wherein an Attempt is made to divest Tradition of Fable; and to reduce the Truth to its Original Purity, Volumes I-III. (2nd edition, London)
Buck, Samuel and Nathaniel. 1774. Buck's Perspective Views of Near One Hundred Cities and Chief Towns, in England and Wales … (London)
Burnet, Thomas. 1684. The Sacred Theory of the Earth. (London)
Campbell, Colen. 1715. Vitruvius Britannicus, Or the British Architect … Volume I. (London)
Charleton, Walter. 1663. Chorea Gigantum, Or, The Most Famous Antiquity of Great-Britain, Vulgarly Called Stone-heng, Standing on Salisbury Plain, Restored to the Danes. (London)
Cheyne, George. 1715. Philsophical Principles of Religion: Natural and Reveal'd. (London)
Cheyne, George . 1733. The English Malady: Or, A Treatise of Nervous Diseases of all Kinds, As Spleen, Vapours, Lowness of Spirits, Hypochondriacal, and Hysterical Distempers, &c. (London)
Clarke, Samuel. 1712. The Scripture Doctrine of the Trinity. In Three Parts. Wherein all the Texts in the New Testament Relating to that Doctrine, and the principal Passages of the Church of England, are Collected, Compared, and Explained. (London)
Clarke, Samuel. 1716. A Discourse Concerning the Unchangeable Obligations of Natural Religion, and the Truth and Certainty of the Christian Revelation. (London, 4th edition)
Cooke, Edward. 1712. A Voyage to the South Sea, and Round the World, Performed in the Years 1708, 1709, 1710, and 1711. (2 vols, London)
Cooke, William. 1754. An Enquiry into the Patriarchal and Druid Religion, andc. … Wherein, The Primeval Institution and Universality of the Christian Scheme is manifested. (London)
Cudworth, Ralph. 1678. The True Intellectual System of the Universe. (London)
Davies, Edward. 1804. Celtic Researches on the Origin, Traditions, and Language of the Ancient Britons. ( )
Deane, John Bathurst. 1833. The Worship of the Serpent Traced Throughout the World: Attesting the Temptation and Fall of Man by the Instrumentality of a Serpent Tempter. (2nd edition, London)
Deane, John Bathurst. 1834. 'Observations on Dracontia', Archaeologia: Or Miscellaneous Tracts Relating to Antiquity 25, pp. 188-229.
Defoe, Daniel. 1724. A Tour Thro' the Whole Island of Great Britain, Divided into Circuits or Journies. (London)
Derham, William. 1713. Physico-Theology: Or, A Demonstration of the Being and Attributes of God, from his Works of Creation. (London)
Derham, William. 1719. Astro-Theolgoy: Or, A Demonstration of the Being and Attributes of God, from a Survey of the Heavens. (3rd edition, London)
Duke, E. 1846. The Druidical Temples of the County of Wilts. (London)
Dutens, Louis. 1769. An Inquiry into the Origin of the Discoveries Attributed to the Moderns … (London)
Edwards, John. 1714. Some New Discoveries of the Uncertainty, Deficiency, and Corruptions of Human Knowledge and Learning. (London)
Gale, Theophilus. 1669. The Court of the Gentiles: Or, A Discourse touching the Original of Human Literature, both Philologie and Philosophie, from the Scriptures and Jewish Church … Part I. (Oxford)
Gibson, Edmund (ed.). 1695. Camden's Britannia. (London)
Gordon, Alexander. 1726. Itinerarium Septentrionale: Or, A Journey Thro' most of the Counties of Scotland, and those in the North of England. (London)
[Gough, Richard]. 1762. The History of Carausius: Or, An Examination on what has been Advanced on that Subject by Genebrier and Stukeley. In which the Many Errors and Inaccuracies of Both Writers are Pointed out and Corrected.. (London)
Gough, Richard. 1768. Anecdotes of British Topography. Or, An Historical Account of What has been Done for Illustrating the Topographical Antiquities of Great Britain and Ireland. (London)
Gough, Richard. 1785. A Comparative View of the Antient Monuments of India. (London)
Greaves, John. 1646. Pyramidographia: Or a description of the Pyramids in Ægypt. (London)
Gregory, David. 1715. The Elements of Astronomy, Physical and Geometrical. (London)
Grew, Nehemiah. 1701. Cosmologia Sacra: Or a Discourse on the Universe as it is the Creature and Kingdom of God. (London)
Hale, Matthew. 1677. The Primitive Origination of Mankind, Considered and Examined According to the Light of Nature. (London)
Hales, Stephen. 1727. Vegetable Staticks. (London)
Hall, Joseph. 1720. A Merry Reply to Mr Higg's Merry Arguments, From the Light of Nature, for the Tritheistick Doctrine of the Trinity. (London)
Halley, Edmond. 1691a. 'An Account of the Circulation of the Watry Vapours of the Sea, and of the Causes of Springs', Philosophical Transactions 16, pp. 468-73.
Halley, Edmond. 1691b. 'A Discourse Tending to Prove at what Time and Place, Julius Caesar Made his first Descent upon Britain', Philosophical Transactions 16, pp. 495-501.
Halley, Edmond. 1692. 'An Account of the Cause of the Change of the Variation of the Magnetical Needle; with an Hypothesis of the Structure of the Internal Parts of the Earth', Philosophical Transactions 16, 563-78.
Halley, Edmond. 1724. 'Some Considerations about the Cause of the Universal Deluge, Laid Before the Royal Society, on the 12th of December 1694', Philosophical Transactions 33, pp. 118-23.
Harvey, Gideon. 1666. Morbus Anglicus; Or, The Anatomy of Consumptions. (London)
Hearne, Thomas. 1906-1921. Remarks and Collections of Thomas Hearne. (11 vols, Oxford)
Herbert, Algernon. 1838. An Essay on the Neodruidic Heresy in Britannia, Vol. I. (London)
Herbert, Algernon. 1849. Cyclops Christianus; Or, An Arguement to Disprove the Supposed Antiquity of the Stonehenge and other Megalithic Erections in England and Britanny. (London)
Herbert, Edward. 1705. The Antient Religion of the Gentiles, and Causes of their Errors Consider'd … (translated by William Lewis, London)
Herne, Thomas. 1720. An Account of all the Considerable Books and Pamphlets that have been wrote on either Side in the Controversy concerning the Trinity, since the Year MDCCXII … (London)
Higgins, Godfrey. 1827. The Celtic Druids. (London)
Hill, John. 1750. A Dissertation on Royal Societies. In Three Letters from a Nobleman on his Travels, to a Person of Distinction in Sclavonia. (London)
Hoare, Richard Colt. 1812. The Ancient History of South Wiltshire. (London)
Hoare, Richard Colt. 1819. The Ancient History of North Wiltshire. (London)
Hobbes, Thomas. 1651. Leviathan, Or the Matter, Forme and Power of a Common-wealth Ecclesiastical and Civill. (London)
Horne, George. 1799. A Fair, Candid and Impartial State of the Case Between Sir Isaac Newton and Mr Hutchinson. (2nd edition, London)
Horsley, John. 1732. Britannia Romana: Or The Roman Antiquities of Britain. (London)
Hume, David. 1760. Essays and Treatises on Several Subjects. (4 vols. )
Hussey, G. 1670. Memorabilia Mundi: Or, Choice Memoirs, of the History and Description of the World. (London)
Hutchinson, John. 1724. Moses's Principia. Of the Invisible Parts of Matter; of Motion; of Visible Forms; and of their Dissolution and Reformation. (London)
Jackson, John. 1752. Chronological Antiquities: Or, The Antiquities and Chronology of the Most Antient Kingdoms, from the Creation of the World, for the Space of Five Thousand Years. (3 vols, London)
James, D. 1836. The Patriarchal Religion of Britain; Or, A Complete Manual of Ancient British Druidism … (London)
Jones, George.1843. The History of Ancient America, Anterior to the Time of Columbus … (London)
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Jones, William. 1799. The Works of Sir William Jones. (6 vols, London)
Keill, James. 1717. Essays on Several Parts of the Animal Oeconomy. (2nd edition, London)
Keill, James. 1703. The Anatomy of the Humane Body Abridg'd. (2nd edition, London)
Keysler, Johannes Georgio. 1720. Antiquitates Selectae Septentrionales et Celticae… (Hanover)
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Locke, John. 1706. An Essay Concerning Humane Understanding. (5th edition, London)
Long, William. 1858. 'Abury', The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine 4, pp. 309-63.
Long, William. 1876. 'Stonehenge and its Barrows', The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine 16, pp. 1-232.
Lubbock, John. 1865. Pre-historic Times, as Illustrated by Ancient Remains, and the Manners and Customs of Modern Savages. (London)
Lucas, Charles. 1795. The Old Serpentine Temple of the Druids, at Avebury, in North Wiltshire. A Poem. (Marlborough)
Macky, John. 1714. A Journey Through England in Familiar Letters from a Gentleman Here, to His Friend Abroad, Volume I. (London)
Macky, John. 1724. A Journey Through England in Familiar Letters from a Gentleman Here, to His Friend Abroad, Volume II. (London)
Macky, John. 1729. A Journey Through Scotland. (London)
Macpherson, James. 1773. An Introduction to the History of Great Britain and Ireland … (3rd edition, London)
Mangey, Thomas. 1718. Remarks upon Nazarenus … (London)
Martin, Martin. 1703. A Description of the Western Isles of Scotland. (London)
Masters, Robert. 1753. The History of the College of Corpus Chrstsi and the B. Virgin Mary (Commonly called Bene't) in the University of Cambridge, From the Foundation to the Present Time. (Cambridge)
Maurice, Thomas. 1796. Indian Antiquities … Volume VI, Part I. (London)
Maurice, Thomas. 1797. Sanscreet Fragments, Or Interesting Extracts from the Sacred Books of the Brahmins, on Subjects Important to the British Isles. (London)
Mead, Richard. 1748. A Treatise Concerning the Influence of the Sun and the Moon on Humane Bodies… (London)
Newton, Isaac. 1721. Opticks: Or, A Treatise of the Reflections, Refractions, Inflections and Colours of Light. (3rd edition, London)
Newton, Isaac. 1728. Sir Isaac Newton's Chronology, Abridged by Himself. To Which Are Added, Some Observations on the Chronology of Sir Isaac Newton, Done from the French, by a Gentleman. (London)
Newton, Isaac. 1729. The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy. Translated into English by Andrew Motte. (2 vols, London).
Newton, Isaac. 1733. Observations Upon the Prophecies of Daniel, and the Apocalypse of St. John. (London)
Newton, Isaac. 1737. A Treatise of the System of the World. (3rd edition, London)
Nichols, John. 1812-15. Literary Anecdotes of the Eighteenth Century; Comprizing Biographical Memoirs of W. Bowyer, Printer, F.S.A., and Many of His Learned Friends. Containing an Incidental View of the Progress and Advancement of Learning in this Kingdom … (London)
Nichols, John. 1858. Illustrations of the Literary History of the Eighteenth Century, Consisting of Authentic Memoirs and Original Letters of Eminent Persons … (London)
Norden, F. L. 1757. Travels in Egypt and Nubia. (2 vols, London)
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Rawlinson, Richard. 1720. The English Topographer: Or, An Historical Account, (As far as can be Collected from Printed Books and Manuscripts) of All Pieces that have been Written relating to the Antiquities, Natural History, or Topographical Description of any Part of England. (London)
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Robinson, Nicholas. 1729. A New System of the Spleen, Vapours, and Hypochondriak Melancholy: Wherein all the Decays of the Nerves, and Lowness of the Spirits, are Mechanically Accounted for. (London)
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Sprat, Thomas. 1667. The History of the Royal-Society of London. (London)
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