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A bibliography of the English language from the invention of printing to the year 1800 : a systematic record of writings on English, and on other languages in English, based on the collections of the principal libraries of the world / compiled by R.C. Alston
Bib ID 2905663
Format BookBook
Author
Alston, Robin, 1933-2011
 
Edition [1st ed., reprinted] ; a corrected reprint of volumes I-X, reproduced from the author's annotated copy with corrections and additions to 1973, including cumulative indices. 
Description Ilkley : Janus Press, 1974 
ii-xxx, 1179p in various pagings ; 29cm. 
ISBN 0904594009
Notes

English language, to 1800. Early works, 1454-1800. Bibliographies (BNB/PRECIS)

Originally published: in 10 vols. Leeds : The author, 1965-72.

Includes index.

Subjects English philology - Bibliography.

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