Catalogue of the Barton Collection, Boston Public Library: In Two Parts: Pt. I. Shakespeare's Works and Shakespeariana; Pt. II. Miscellaneous

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The Trustees, 1888
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Page 43 - The Life and Death of the Merry Devill of Edmonton, with the Pleasant Pranks of Smug the Smith, Sir John and mine Host of the George about the stealing of Venison, was entered at Stationers
Page 245 - Satyre Menippée de la vertu du catholicon d'Espagne; et de la tenue des Estais de Paris ( avec les notes de Pierre Dupuy).
Page 24 - An Inquiry into the Causes and Consequences of the Orders in Council, and an Examination of the Conduct of Great Britain towards the Neutral Commerce of America.
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Page 352 - THE PASTIME OF PEOPLE; or, the Chronicles of Divers Realms; and most especially of The Realm of England.
Page 264 - The troublesome | raigne and lamentable death of | Edward the second, King of | England: with the tragical! | fall of proud Mortimer...
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Page 259 - Both Series Complete in One Vol. Leigh Hunt's Essays : A Tale for a Chimney Corner, and other Pieces. With Portrait, and Introduction by EDMUND OLLIER. cloth extra, zs. per volume. Mallory's (Sir Thomas) Mort d'Arthur : The Stories of King Arthur and of the Knights of the Round Table.
Page 246 - Aventuras de Gil Blas de Santillana, robadas a España y adoptadas en Francia por Monsieur Le Sage; restituidas a su patria ya su lengua nativa por un español celoso, que no sufre se burlen de su nación (1787).
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