Studies in Seventeenth-century English Literature, History and Bibliography: Festschrift for Professor T.A. Birrell on the Occasion of His Sixtieth Birthday

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Gerardus Antonius Maria Janssens, Flor Aarts
Rodopi, 1984 - Civilization - 268 pages
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F J M Blom Lucas Holstenius 15961661 and England
Hans Bots Jean Leclerc as Journalist of the Bibliothèques His con
Its origins
Foot Some Bindings for Charles I
Johan Gerritsen A Jonson ProofSheet Neptunes Triumph
Caxtons trans
F J M Korsten Thomas Bakers Reflections upon Learning
J G Riewald The English Actors in the Low Countries 1585
A forgotten Benedictine translator
Irène Simon Stillingfleets Sermon Preached Before the King
Anna E C Simoni John Wodroephes Spared Houres
A neglected Crashaw poem
Revolt in
A Checklist of the Writings of T A Birrell

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