Revolution And The Antiquarian Book

Author: Kristian Jensen
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107000513
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Examines the late eighteenth-century preoccupation with the acquisition of old books, and the new historical discipline created by traders.

The Antiquarian

Author: Julián Sánchez
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1453263942
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In this gripping historical thriller, the search for a mysterious and powerful object hidden in the heart of Barcelona leads to ambition, desire, love—and murder An intriguing letter from his adoptive father, Artur, turns novelist Enrique ...

The Antiquarian Itinerary

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HAVING, in the ninth numher of the Antiquarian Itinerary, given a view of Cohham
Hall, and likewise the entrance to the college, and accompanied them with
descriptions relating to their present state, it will he necessary to revert to the
history of the ancient and nohle family of the Cohhams; who, from the heginning
of the reign of king John to that of James the First, during a space of nearly four
centuries, held this nohle estate, with several others. Henry de Cohham, who was
one of the ...

The Antiquarian

Author: Gustavo Faverón Patriau
Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
ISBN: 0802192858
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The Antiquarian is a personage cloistered in a tower of books and sunfaded
bundles of paper, ever a stranger to the world around him. He reads about the life
of the deceased in octavo tomes, printed in venerable languages, and he studies
both time and space without exposing himself to the inclemency of either time or
space: a prisoner, surrounded by columns of printed paper, illegible scribbles,
oriental characters, each moment of humanity available to him in alphabetical
order on ...

The Antiquarian Repertory

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To Cross stands on an eminence, about three quarters of a mile south of the town
of Northampton, on the east side of the high road, leading from that town to
London. - * . . . . . . . It was set up by King Edward I. in memory of Eleanor, of
Castile, his *Queen, who died of a fever, November 21, anno 1291, as some say,
at Grantham, or according to Walfingham, at Herdbye, near Bolingbroke, in