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Library of the World's Best Mystery and Detective Stories : Vol. 1

By Hawthorne, Julian, Ed

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Title: Library of the World's Best Mystery and Detective Stories : Vol. 1  
Author: Hawthorne, Julian, Ed
Volume: Vol. 1
Language: English
Subject: Detective and mystery stories, Crime--Fiction, Detective and mystery stories--Juvenile fiction
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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Publication Date:
1908
Publisher: New York; Review of Reviews

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1846-1934Itor, H. J. (Ed.). (1908). Library of the World's Best Mystery and Detective Stories : Vol. 1. Retrieved from http://www.worldebooklibrary.com/


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Digitized from the holdings of the University of Michigan. v. 1-14. Geoff. Chaucer.--v. 15-22. Edmund Spenser.--v. 23-25. John Donne.--v. 26-27. Edmund Waller.--v. 28-31. John Milton.--v. 32-34. Samuel Butler.--v. 35. John Denham.--v. 36-39. Abraham Cowley.--v. 40-42. John Dryden.--v. 43. Went. Dillon, earl of Roscommon.--v. 44. John Sheffield, duke of Buckingham.--v. 45-46. William King.--v. 47-49. Matthew Prior.--v. 50. Geo. Granville, Lord Lansdowne.--v. 51. John Pomfret.--v. 52-55. Jonath. Swift.--v. 56. Will. Congreve.--v. 57. Joseph Addison.--v. 58. Nicholas Rowe.--v. 59-65. Isaac Watts.--v. 66. John Philips.--v. 67-68. Tho. Parnell.--v. 69. Sam. Garth.--v. 70-71. John Hughes.--v. 72. Elijah Fenton.--v. 73. Thomas Tickell.--v. 74-75. Will. Somerville.--v. 76-79. Alexander Pope.--v. 80-82. John Gay.--v. 83. Will. Broome.--v. 84-87. Edward Young.--v. 88-89. Richard Savage.--v. 90. Christ. Pitt.--v. 91-92. James Thomson.--v. 93. Ambrose Philips.--v. 94. John Dyer.--v. 95. Gilbert West.--v. 96. Lord Lyttelton.--v. 97: pt. 1. James Hammond. pt. 2. William Collins.--v. 98. Edward Moore.--v. 99-100. Will. Shenstone.--v. 101. David Mallet.--v. 102: pt. 1. J. Armstrong. pt. 2. Edmund Smith.--v. 103: pt. 1. Thomas Gray. pt. 2. Richard West.--v. 104-105. Mark Akenside.--v. 106. Jo. Cunningham.--v. 107-109. Cha. Churchill ; Each set of works (with a few exceptions) has portrait of the author as front ; Directions to the binder in doing into sets Bell's poets of G.Brit. ...: v. 1, p. [v-vi] ; Engr. t.-p., with vignettes by Mortimer, Stothard, and others ; : v. 52-53 omit Bell's edition; v. 54 has title: British poets ; Each volume has also special title-pages, which often differ in date from the general engr. t.-p. (Many of the earlier ones (1777-79) read Bell's 2d edition. Volumes not dated consecutively

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English poetry ; Engraved t.-p., with vignettes by Mortimer, Stothard, and others. v. 52-53 omit Bell's edition; v. 54 has title: British poets.

 

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