The bibliographer's manual of English literature, containing an account of rare, curious, and useful books, published in or relating to Great Britain and Ireland, from the invention of printing; with bibliographical and critical notices, collations of the rarer articles, and the prices at which they have been sold. By William Thomas Lowndes.
|Main Author:||Lowndes, William Thomas, 1798?-1843.|
|Other Authors:||Bohn, Henry G. 1796-1884.|
London, Bell & Daldy; 1857-1885.
New ed., rev., cor. and enl.;
English literature > Bibliography.
Societies > Bibliography.
Vols. 1-5 paged continuously.
A reprint of Bohn's edition of 1857-64.
"100 copies for subscribers only. No. 40." Large paper.
Frederick Marchmont's "Concise handbook of ancient and modern literature, issued either anonymously, under pseudonyms, or initials," 1896, was offered by the compiler as a supplementary volume to Lowndes.
6 v. in 11.
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