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The Anglo-Saxon review [electronic resource]
Bib ID 8443115
Format JournalJournal, OnlineOnline
Uniform Title Anglo-Saxon review (Online)
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Description London ; New York : John Lane, [1899-1901] 
Notes

"A quarterly miscellany."

Editor: Lady R.S. Churchill.

Imprint varies.

The covers are reproductions of rare bookbindings.

Life Dates Began with: Vol. 1 (June 1899); ceased with: vol. 10 (Sept. 1901) 
Frequency Quarterly 
Subjects England -- Periodicals.  |  United States -- Periodicals.
Other authors/contributors Churchill, Randolph Spencer, Lady, 1854-1921
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Anglo-Saxon Review: a quarterly miscellany

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