3 edition of autocrat"s miscellanies. found in the catalog.
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|Statement||Edited by Albert Mordell.|
|Contributions||Mordell, Albert, 1885- ed.|
|LC Classifications||PS1952 .A8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||356|
|LC Control Number||59008382|
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedPrinted miscellanies were small, octavo or duodecimo publications, pdf products of a bundling together of writing from diverse sources--manuscript commonplace books, plays, song books, other printed miscellanies.
Miscellanies. by Aubrey, John, Publication date Topics Superstition Publisher London, Printed for Edward Castle Collection duke_libraries; americana Digitizing sponsor Duke University Libraries Contributor Duke University Libraries Language English.
ESTC Wing (2nd ed.) Notes. Tight margins. Addeddate Pages: miscellanea (mĭs′ə-lā′nē-ə) pl.n. Miscellaneous items or written works collected together. [Latin miscellānea, from ebook pl. of miscellāneus, miscellaneous; see miscellaneous.] miscellanea (ˌmɪsəˈleɪnɪə) pl n (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) a collection of miscellaneous items, esp literary works [C from Latin: neuter.