Catalog Record: The Ridpath library of universal literature ... a biographical and bibliographical summary of the world's most eminent authors, including the choicest extracts and masterpieces from their writings, comprising the best features of many celebrated compilations, notably the Guernsey collection, the De Puy collection, the Ridpath collection, all carefully rev. and arranged by a corps of the most capable scholars | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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The Ridpath library of universal literature ... a biographical and bibliographical summary of the world's most eminent authors, including the choicest extracts and masterpieces from their writings, comprising the best features of many celebrated compilations, notably the Guernsey collection, the De Puy collection, the Ridpath collection, all carefully rev. and arranged by a corps of the most capable scholars. Editor-in-chief, John Clark Ridpath ...

Main Author: Ridpath, John Clark, 1840-1900,
Language(s): English
Published: New York, The Globe publishing company, 1898.
Note: Vol. 25, index.
Physical Description: 25 v. fronts (partly col.) plates (partly col.) ports., fold tables. 20 1/2cm.
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