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Contains hundred of handwritten slips of paper laid-in by a previous owner that serve as additions to all six volumes in this 1865 series, authored by William Thomas Lowndes and revised by Henry G. Bohn.

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  • 2017-04-19
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    PR83.L6x 1865
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  • Lowndes, William Thomas, 1798?-1843. Bohn, Henry George, 1796-1884.

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Lowndes, William Thomas and Henry G. Bohn (1865). 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. New ed., rev., cor. and enl.; with an appendix relating to the books of literary and scientific societies by Henry G. Bohn. Publisher: York Street, London Bell & Daldy, c. 1865.

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