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Carew Hazlitt, W.
Carew Hazlitt, William
Hazlitt, Carew
Hazlitt, Carew W.
Hazlitt, Guillermo Carew
Hazlitt, W. C.
Hazlitt, W. Carew
Hazlitt, William
Hazlitt, William C.
Hazlitt, William Carew
William Carew Hazlitt (bibliographe et historien, spécialiste de littérature du moyen-âge)
William Carew Hazlitt (British lawyer and biblographer)
ハズリット, W. C
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Brand, John (1744-1806)
Cotton, Charles (1630-1687)
Dodsley, Robert (1703-1764)
Hazlitt, William (1778-1830)
Laing, David (1793-1878)
Lamb, Charles (1775-1834)
Montaigne, Michel de (1533-1592)
Rinder, Frank
Roxburghe Library
Shakespeare, William
Suckling, John (1609-1642)
Warton, Thomas (1728-1790)
加藤, 憲市 (1915-)
Ancient songs and ballads from the reign of King Henry the Second to the revolution;
Bibliography of early English literature
book-collector: a general survey of the pursuit and of those who have engaged in it at home and abroad from the earliest period to the present time. With an account of public and private libraries and anecdotes of their founders or owners and remarks on bookbinding and on special copies of books., The
Book sales of 1902, with tabulated prices, by Frank Rinder, together with some notes by W. Carew Hazlitt
British Columbia and Vancouver Island; comprising a historical sketch of the British settlements in the North-west coast of America, etc.
catalogue of early English miscellanies formerly in the Harleian library, A
Characters of Shakespear's plays
coinage of the European continent, with an introduction and catalogues of mints denominations and rulers, The
Collections and notes
complete poems of George Gascoigne, The
confessions of a collector., The
Contributions towards a dictionary of English book-collectors, as also of some foreign collectors whose libraries were incorporated in English collections or whose books are chiefly met with in England ...
Diana, the sonnets and other poems
English drama and stage under the Tudor and Stuart princes, 1543-1664., The
English proverbs and proverbial phrases
Essays and criticisms
essays of Michel de Montaigne, The
Fairy tales, legends and romances, illustrating Shakespeare and other early English writers (1875)
Faiths and folklore of the British Isles; a descriptive and historical dictionary of the superstitions, beliefs and popular customs of England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland, from Norman times to the end of the nineteenth century, with classical and foreign analogues
Four generations of a literary family : the Hazlitts in England, Ireland, and America ; their friends and their fortunes, 1725-1896
general index to Hazlitt's handbook and his bibliographical collections (1867 - 1889)
Gleanings in old garden literature
great gold fields of Cariboo with an authentic description, brought down to the latest period, of British Columbia and Vancouver Island, The
Handbook to the popular, poetical, and dramatic literature of Great Britain
Hazlitts: an account of their origin and descent, with autobiographical particulars of William Hazlitt (1778-1830), notices of his relatives and immediate posterity, and a series of illustrative letters (1772-1865)., The
Hesperides the poems and other remains of Robert Herrick
History of English poetry from the twelfth to the close of the sixteenth century.
History of the Venetian republic; her rise, her greatness, and her civilization.
Huth library. A catalogue of the printed books, manuscripts, autograph letters, and engravings, collected by Henry Huth, with collations and bibliographical descriptions ..., The
Inedited tracts: illustrating the manners, opinions, and occupations of Englishmen during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries:
Jests, new and old.
Lamb and Hazlitt; further letters and records hitherto unpublished
Lambs; their lives, their friends and their correspondence; new particulars and new material, The
Lectures on the English poets and the English comic writers.
Lectures on the literature of the age of Elizabeth : chiefly dramatic
livery companies of the city of London; their origin, character, development, and social and political importance., The
Lucasta (1649) : the poems of Richard Lovelace
Offspring of thought in solitude; modern essays...
Old cookery books and ancient cuisine...
Paris and Vienne. Thystorye of the noble ryght valyaunt and worthy knyght Parys, and of the fayr Vyenne, the daulphyns doughter of Vyennoys
Paris e Viana.
plain speaker; opinions on books, men, and things., The
poems of Thomas Carew, The
poems, plays, and other remains of Sir John Suckling. With a copious account of the author, notes, and an appendix of illustrative pieces., The
Poetical recreations.
Popular antiquities of Great Britain, comprising notices of the moveable and immoveable feasts, customs, superstitions and amusements past and present.
Remains of the early popular poetry of England...
roll of honour; a calendar of the names of over 17,000 men and women who throughout the British Isles and in our early colonies have collected mss. and printed books from the XIVth to the XIXth century, with topographical and personal notices and anecdotes of many of them and their libraries and introductory remarks, to which are added indexes of localities, and of ranks and occupations., A
round table. Northcote's conversations. Characteristics., The
Schools, school-books and schoolmasters; a contribution to the history of educational development in Great Britain.
select collection of old English plays, A
Shakespeare jest-books; reprints of the early and very rare jest-books supposed to have been used by Shakespeare.
Shakespeare's library. -
Sketches and essays: and Winters-low (essays written there).
Some prose writings
spirit of the age or contemporary portraits, The : to which are added free thouqhts on public affairs and a letter to William Gifford
Studies in jocular literature. A popular subject more closely considered.
Table talk essays on men and manners
Tales and legends of national origin or widely current in England from early times.
Tenures of land and customs of manors, 1874:
Venetian republic; its rise, its growth, and its fall 421-1797;, The
whole works., The