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The Percy folio of old English ballads and romances
Bib ID 122477
Format BookBook
Author
Percy, Thomas, 1729-1811
 
Description London : De La More Press, 1905-1910 
4 v. ; 31 cm. 
Series

The King's library

De La More Press folios ; 4

Notes

An edition of 320 copies printed on hand-made paper.

The text is that of Ballads and romances, the original publication of the Bishop Percy folio manuscript, edited by J.W. Hales and F.J. Furnivall, 1867-68.

No. 53 of a limited ed. of 320 numbered copies.

48431.

Subjects Ballads, English.  |  Romances, English.
Other authors/contributors Furnivall, Frederick J. (Frederick James), 1825-1910  |  Hales, J. W. (John Wesley), 1836-1914

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