The Library Chronicle, Volume 1

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Printed and published for the Library Association of the United Kingdom, by J. Davy & Sons, 1884 - Bibliography
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Page 54 - The English Catalogue of Books for 1883, containing a Complete List of all the Books published in Great Britain and Ireland in the year 1883, with their sizes, prices, and Publishers' names; also of the Principal Books published in the United States of America, with the addition of an Index to Subjects .... London : Sampson, Low
Page 104 - Collection of English Proverbs, with his Additions from Foreign Languages and a complete Alphabetical Index; in which are introduced large additions as well of Proverbs as of Sayings. Sentences,
Page 162 - the Earliest Times. Fourth Edition. Crown 8vo, 5s. Comparative Politics. Lectures at the Royal Institution. To which is added "The Unity of History. 8vo, 14s. Historical and Architectural Sketches; chiefly
Page 104 - Philological DICTIONARY of the ENGLISH LANGUAGE. Combining Explanation with Etymology, and copiously illustrated by Quotations from the Best Authorities, The Supplement separately, 4to,
Page 156 - annual voluntary contributions, and shall not, and by its laws may not, make any dividend, gift or bonus in money unto or between any of its members, and
Page 104 - A Polyglot of Foreign Proverbs. Comprising French, Italian, German, Dutch, Spanish Portuguese, and Danish. With English Translations and a General Index by HG BOHN.
Page 104 - and Modern Times. With Introduction, Notes, Observations, Illustrations, an Appendix on Works connected with Epigrammatic Literature. and Three separate Indices. By the Rev. HENRY PHILIP DODD, MA Oxford.
Page 146 - similar collections. His selections have been made from a long and extensive course of reading, and It everywhere bears evidence of a scholar's eye and taste. There must be, as we judge, nearly 8000 quotations in the volume, ranging from Chaucer to Tennyson.
Page 127 - how should I knoa ? why, there's no end to the 'postles." Mrs. Bray's first work of fiction was " De Foix; or, Sketches of the Manners and Customs of the Fourteenth Century. An historical romance," 1826; and from this time onwards
Page 56 - THE ENGLISH FLOWER GARDEN. ITS STYLE AND POSITION. With an Illustrated Dictionary of all the Plants used, and Directions for their Culture and Arrangement. By VARIOUS WRITERS. By WILLIAM ROBINSON, FLS With numerous Illustrations. Medium 8vo. 15*.

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