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BRINK (B. T.) Early English Literature (to Wiclif). By Bernhard Ten Brink. Trans, by Prof. H. M. Kennedy.
BRITISH POETS, from Milton to Kirke White. Cabinet Edition. With Frontispiece. 4 vols.
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CERVANTES' Galatea. A Pastoral Romance. Trans. by G. W. J. Gyll.
W. K. Kelly.
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Table-Talk and Omniana. By T. Ashe, B.A.
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Biographia Literaria; or, Biographical Sketches of my Literary Life and Opinions; with Two Lay Sermons.
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