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A. English and General

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A. English and General

  • ABBOT, J. L., Samuel Johnson and “The Life of Dr. Richard Mead,” Bull. John Rylands Libr. , 54:12-27.(Based on French sources but more than a translation; may be by Johnson.)[4293]
  • ALDEN, JOHN, Haste Makes Waste: J. B. DuTertre's Histoire générale, Paris, 1654, in D. E. Rhodes, Essays in Honour of Victor Scholderer , Mainz, Karl Pressler, 1970, pp. 40-44.[4294]
  • AMORY, HUGH, Fielding's Lisbon Letters, Huntington Libr. Quart. , 35:65-83.[4295]
  • AYERST, DAVID, The Manchester Guardian: Biography of a Newspaper , Ithaca, New York, Cornell Univ. Press, 1971. 702 p.[4296]
  • BAILEY, H. S., Jr., The Art and Science of Book Publishing , New York, Harper and Row, 1970, 216 p.[4297]
  • BAILLIE, W. M., The Printing of Privileged Books at Cambridge, 1631-1634, Trans. Cambridge Bibl. Soc. , 5:155-66.[4298]
  • BAINE, R. M., The Evidence for Defoe's Title Pages, SB , 25:185-91.[4299]
  • BARBER, GILES, and ROGERS, DAVID, Bindings from Oxford Libraries. II: A “Duodo” Pastiche Binding by Charles Lewis, Bodleian Libr. Record , 8:3 (1969):138-44.[4300]
  • BARBER, GILES, Bindings from Oxford Libraries. III: The Vice-Chancellor's Official New Testament, Oxford, 1721, Bodleian Libr. Record , 8:4(1970):191-95.[4301]

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  • BARBER, GILES, and ROGERS, DAVID, Bindings from Oxford Libraries. IV: Some Seventeenth-Century Straw Bindings, Bodleian Libr. Record , 8:262-65.[4302]
  • BARNES, J. J., Correction to his “Galignani and the Publication of English Books in France: A Postscript,” December 1970, p. 313, Library , 5th ser., 26:65.(Corrects C3756.)[4303]
  • BATTERSBY, J. L., The Serino Biography of Joseph Addison, PBSA , 65:67-69.[4304]
  • BENNETT, J. Q., More on Moore, Serif , 8:25-26.(Variants of A Mummer's Wife.)[4305]
  • BENNETT, SCOTT, The Profession of Authorship: Some Problems for Descriptive Bibliography, in R. E. Stevens, ed., Research Methods in Librarianship , Urbana, Graduate School of Library Science, Univ. of Illinois, 1971, pp. 74-85.[4306]
  • BENTLEY, G. E., Jr., Blake's Job Copperplates, Library , 5th ser., 26:234-41.[4307]
  • BERGER, T. L., and DONOVAN, D. G., A Note on the Text of Chapman's Caesar and Pompey , PBSA , 65:267-68.[4308]
  • BETZ, P. F., The Hands Involved in Yale's Sheets from the Second Volume of Lyrical Ballads (1800) Corrected for the Edition of 1802, Yale Univ. Libr. Gaz. 45:104-109.[4309]
  • BIRLEY, ROBERT, One Hundred Books [from the Eaton College Library], Eaton College, 1970. [1], 44 p.(Eaton College Collections Occasional Publications, No. 2. The 1969 ed. published under title: Eaton College Library: One Hundred Books.)[4310]
  • BLOOMFIELD, B. C., and MENDELSON, EDWARD, The Platonic Blow: A Correction, Library , 5th ser., 26:350.(Corrects C3764.)[4311]
  • BOND, R. P., The Tatler: The Making of a Literary Journal , Harvard Univ. Press, 1971. 272 p.[4312]
  • BOWERS, FREDSON, The Early Editions of Marlowe's Ovid's Elegies , SB , 25:149-72.[4313]
  • BOWERS, FREDSON, Was There a Lost 1593 Edition of Marlowe's Edward II? , SB , 25:143-48.[4314]
  • BRACK, O. M., Jr., William Strahan and The Lilliputian Magazine , Book Collector , 20:105-106.[4315]
  • BRESLAUER, B. H., A Rediscovered Binding by Lukas Weischner for Duke Julius of Brunswick-Lueneburg, in D. E. Rhodes, Essays in Honour of Victor Scholderer , Mainz, Karl Pressler, 1970, pp. 106-19.[4316]
  • BRODIE, A. H., A Hitherto Unrecorded Shaw Edition, Book Collector , 20:531-33.[4317]
  • BROOKS, R. L., Some Additions to Matthew Arnold's Library, PBSA , 26:69-70.[4318]
  • BROWN, M. N., The Printer's Text of Halifax's Observations upon a Late Libel (1681), Library, 5th ser., 26:259-63.[4319]
  • BROWN, M. N., The Works of George Savile, Marquis of Halifax: Dates and Circumstances of Composition, Huntington Libr. Quart. , 35:143-57.[4320]
  • CAGLE, W. R., The Serif Series: Bibliographies and Checklists: A Review Article, Proof , 1:368-76.[4321]
  • CAIRNCROSS, A. S., Compositors C and D of the Shakespeare First Folio, PBSA , 65:41-52.[4322]
  • CALLARD, JOHN, Non est mortale quod opto, Book Collector , 20:248-49.(The motto as an ownership inscription.)[4323]
  • CARBONE, L. W., [The Device of Michael Sparke, London Bookseller and Publisher, 1610 to 1653], Libr. Quart. , 41:329.[4324]
  • CARNEGIE, DAVID, The Identification of the Hand of Thomas Goffe, Academic Dramatist and Actor, Library , 5th ser., 26:161-65.[4325]
  • CARTER, JOHN, and POLLARD, GRAHAM, . . . The Mystery of “The Death of Balder ,” Oxford, Distributed for the Authors by B. H. Blackwell, 1969. [2], 21 p.(Working Paper No. 3.) (Working Papers for a Second Edition of An Enquiry into the Nature of Certain Nineteenth Century Pamphlets.)[4326]
  • CARTER, JOHN, . . . Gorfin's Stock , Oxford, Distributed for the Authors by B. H. Black-well, 1970. [2], 36 p.(Working Paper No. 4.) (The last of the series.)[4327]

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  • CAVE, RODERICK, The Private Press , London, Faber and Faber, 1971. 376 p. 72 plates.[4328]
  • CHERNAIK, JUDITH, Textual Emendations for Three Poems by Shelley, Keats-Shelley Jour. , 19(1970):41-48.[4329]
  • COHEN, J. R., “A Melancholy Clown”—The Relationship of Robert Seymour and Charles Dickens, HLB , 19:250-79.[4330]
  • COLLINS, D. W., The Composition of Mrs. Gaskell's North and South , Bull. John Rylands Libr. , 54:67-93.[4331]
  • COLLINS, PHILIP, “Sikes and Nancy”: Dickens's Last Reading, TLS , June 11, 1971, pp. 681-82.[4332]
  • CRAIG, TIMOTHY, S. T. C. 22606: A Bibliographical Ghost?, N & Q , n.s., 18:212-13.(Robert Skelton's Poems.)[4333]
  • CRAVEN, A. E., The Compositors of the Shakespeare Quartos Printed by Peter Short, PBSA , 65:393-97.[4334]
  • CRUIKSHANK, DON, Góngora: The Hoces Edition of 1654, Trans. Cambridge Bibl. Soc. , 5:179-89.[4335]
  • CURRAN, STUART, Shelley's Emendations to the Hymn to Intellectual Beauty , English Language Notes , 7 (1969/70):270-73.[4336]
  • CUSHMAN, KEITH, The Making of “The Prussian Officer”: A Correction, D. H. Lawrence Rev. , 4:263-73.[4337]
  • DAVIES, D. W., An Enquiry into the Reading of the Lower Classes , Pasadena, California, Dahlstrom, 1970. 92 p.(England, 19th century.)[4338]
  • DAVISON, PETER, Marry, Sweet Wag, in The Elizabethan Theatre II , ed. by David Galloway, Hamden, Conn., Archon Books, 1970), pp. 134-43.(Reply to C2954.)[4339]
  • DAVISON, PETER, Science, Method and, the Textual Critic, SB , 25:1-28.[4340]
  • DEARDEN, J. S., Ruskin's Politics by Bernard Shaw, Book Collector , 20:335-46.[4341]
  • DEARDEN, J. S., Wise and Ruskin, Book Collector , 20:387-88.(Supplements C3404.)[4342]
  • DICKINS, BRUCE, Cambridge in 1842: Drawn by R. W. Buss, Trans. Cambridge Bibl. Soc. , 5:231-36.[4343]
  • DOUGHTY, D. W., Alfred Charles de Rothschild, 1842-1918, Book Collector , 20:175-96.(Portrait of a Bibliophile XV.)[4344]
  • DOYLE, C. C., Martin Lleuelyn's Men-Miracles. With Other Poemes, 1646: A Rare Early State, Libr. Chron. Univ. of Texas , n.s., 2:60-61.[4345]
  • EARLIEST Honduras Imprint? [Vol. 1, nos. 1 and 2 of the Gaceta del govierno], BNYPL , 75:175.[4346]
  • ELLEM, ELIZABETH, E. M. Forster: The Lucy and New Lucy Novels. Fragments of Early Versions of “A Room with a View,” TLS , May 28, 1971, pp. 623-25.[4347]
  • ERDMAN, D. V., Byron's Mock Review of Rosa Matilda's Epic on the Prince Regent—A New Attribution, Keats-Shelley Jour. , 19(1970):101-17.[4348]
  • EWING, D. C., The First Printing of Defoe's Family Instructor , PBSA , 65:269-72.[4349]
  • FAULKNER, T. C., Dryden and Great and Weighty Considerations. An Incorrect Attribution, Studies in Eng. Lit. , 1500-1900, 11:417-25.(Probably by an Anglican clergyman.)[4350]
  • FINBERG, H. P. R., Some Unpublished Housman Letters, TLS , Dec. 17, 1971, p. 1574.(On the Alcuin Press editions of his poems.)[4351]
  • FLEEMAN, J. D., Johnson's “Rambler,” TLS , May 21, 1971, p. 594.[4352]
  • (See Korshin, P. J., below.)
  • FOAKES, R. A., The Text of Coleridge's 1811-12 Shakespeare Lectures, Shakespeare Survey , 23:101-111.[4353]
  • FORD, G. H., The Titles for Bleak House , Dickensian , 65:84-89.[4354]
  • FOX, DENTON, The 1663 Anderson Edition of Henryson's Testament of Cresseid , Studies in Scottish Lit. , 8 (1970):75-66.[4355]
  • FRANCIS, FRANK, A Bibliographical Ghost Revisits His Old Haunts, Libr. Chron. Univ. of Texas , n.s., 3:29-44.(On general and textual bibliography.)[4356]
  • FRANKLIN, COLIN, The Private Presses , London, Studio Vista, 1969. 240 p.[4357]
  • FRANKLIN, COLIN, On the Binding of Kelmscott Press Books, Jour. of the William Morris Soc. , 2:4 (Summer 1970):28-30.[4358]

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  • FREEMAN, R. B., A Misprint in The Origin of Species, 1872, Book Collector , 20:107.[4359]
  • GEMMETT, R .J., The Beckford Library Sale of 1817, Libr. Chron. [Univ. of Pa.], 37:37-69.[4360]
  • GILCHER, EDWIN, The Preliminary State of George Moore's Confessions of a Young Man , Serif , 8:3:31-32.(Supplements his C3631.)[4361]
  • GILL, ROMA, and KRUEGER, ROBERT, The Early Editions of Marlowe's Elegies and Davies's Epigrams: Sequence and Authority, Library , 5th ser., 26:242-49.[4362]
  • GILSON, D. J., The Man of Honour: An Addition to Sadleir, Book Collector , 20:531.(Shown to be by James Justin Morier.)[4363]
  • GITTINGS, ROBERT, A Draft of the Earliest Known Letter of Keats's Brother Tom, HLB , 19:285-89.[4364]
  • GOTTESMAN, RONALD, and BENNETT, SCOTT, editors, Art and Error: Modern Textual Editing Bloomington, Indiana Univ. Press, 1970. xiv, 306 p.[4365]
  • GOTTSCHALK, LOUIS, Problems of Textual Criticism, in R. E. Stevens, ed., Research Methods in Librarianship , Urbana, Graduate School of Library Science, Univ. of Illinois, 1971, pp. 86-94.[4366]
  • GRABO, N. S., Pizer vs Copy-text, BNYPL , 75:171-73.(See Pizer below.)[4367]
  • GRENANDER, M. E., Ambrose Bierce and In the Midst of Life , Book Collector , 20:321-31.[4368]
  • HABER, T. B., A. E. Housman's Poetry in Book-Titles, V, PBSA , 65:307-12.[4369]
  • HAMER, MARY, Working Diary of The Last Chronicle of Barset . TLS . Dec. 24, 1971, p. 1606.[4370]
  • HARGREAVES, G. D., “Correcting in the Slip”: The Development of Galley Proofs, Library , 5th ser., 26:295-311.[4371]
  • HARRIS, ELIZABETH, Jacob Perkins, William Congreve and Counterfeit Printing in 1820, in John D. Morse, ed., Prints in and of America to 1850 , Winterthur, Del., The Henry Francis du-Pont Winterthur Museum, 1970, pp. 193-214.[4372]
  • HARRIS, G. E., Notes on a Small Collection of British Bindings, Book Collector , 20:483-95.(Contemporary Collectors XLVI.)[4373]
  • HARRISON, MARGARET, Hazel Motes in Transit: A Comparison of Flannery O'Connor's “The Train” with Chapter 1 of “Wise Blood,” Studies in Short Fiction , 8:287-93.[4374]
  • HETHERINGTON, J. R., An Imperfect Book of Common Prayer Recently Presented to the Bodleian, Bodleian Libr. Record , 8:4(1970):181-84.(With notes on printing of the Book of Common Prayer, 1549-1604.)[4375]
  • HILL, W. S., Hooker's Polity: The Problem of the “Three Last Books,” Huntington Libr. Quart . 34:317-36.[4376]
  • HOBSON, A. R. A., Nancy Cunard's Psalm of the Palms and Sonnets (Le Habana, 1941), Book Collector , 20:250.[4377]
  • HOBSON, A. R. A., A Sale by Candle in 1608, Library , 5th ser., 26:214-33.(Library of Giovanni Vincenzo Pinelli, with account of early auctions of books and manuscripts.)[4378]
  • HOLMAN, W. R., Eric Gill, Master of Letter Forms, Libr. Chron. Univ. of Texas , n.s., 2:15-25.[4379]
  • HUEBERT, R. M., On Detecting John Ford's Hand: A Fallacy, Library , 5th ser., 26:256-59.(H. Dugdale's test shown to be invalid.)[4380]
  • HUNTLEY, F. L., A Crux in George Herbert's The Temple , Eng. Lang. Notes , 8(1970/71):13-17.[4381]
  • HUSTON, CRAIG, The Shakespeare Authorship Question: Evidence for Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford , Philadelpha, Dorrance, 1971. ix, 163 p.[4382]
  • JENKINS, D. C., Flies in Amber: John Payne Collier's Falsifications of Pope, Huntington Libr. Quart. , 34:337-53.[4383]
  • JOHNSON, A. F., Select Essays on Books and Printing . Edited by Percy H. Muir, Amsterdam, Van Gendt & Co., New York, Abner Schram, 1970. 489 p.[4384]

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  • JOHNSON, ALICE, An American Publication Date for Alexander Pope's Translation of the “Hymn of St. Francis Xavier,” Eng. Lang. Notes , 7 (1969/70):262-64.(Earlier than publication in England.)[4385]
  • JOHNSON, D. W., The Authorship of A Letter from a Clergyman (1688), in Bibliographical Contributions (Univ. of Kansas Libraries), 1(1969):37-53.(More likely by Dr. William Sherlock than George Savile, 1st Marquis of Halifax.)[4386]
  • JONES, J. B., Gilbert and His Ballads: Problems in the Bibliography and Attribution of Victorian Comic Journalism, SB , 25:217-25.[4387]
  • JONES, STANLEY, Hazlitt's Journal of 1823: Some Notes and Emendations, Library , 5th ser., 26:325-36.[4388]
  • KENNY, S. S., A Broadside Prologue by Farquhar, SB , 25:179-85.[4389]
  • KEYNES, GEOFFREY, Blake Studies: Essays on His Life and Work , Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1971. xii, 263 p.[4390]
  • KIRK, RUDOLF, Nichols's Anecdotes: “the Supplement to Wood,” PBSA , 65:135-41.[4391]
  • KLEPIKOV, S. A., Russian Block Books of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, PBSA , 65:213-24.(Corrigenda, PBSA, 65:391.)[4392]
  • KOON, HELENE, Pope's First Editors, Huntington Libr. Quart. , 35:19-27.[4393]
  • KORSHIN, P. J., Johnson's “Rambler,” TLS , April 9, 1971, p. 423.(See Fleeman, J. D., above.)[4394]
  • KRAMER, DALE, Revisions and Vision: Thomas Hardy's The Woodlanders , BNYPL , 75:195-230, 248-82.[4395]
  • KROPF, C. R., The Sale of Defoe's Library, PBSA , 65:123-33.[4396]
  • KRUMMEL, D. W., Oblong Format in Early Music Books, Library , 5th ser., 26:312-24.[4397]
  • LAMONT, CLAIRE, James Boswell and Alexander Fraser Tytler. I: A Note on an Alteration in the Second Edition of Boswell's Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides, 1785, Bibliotheck , 6:1-8.[4398]
  • LAVIN, J. A., The First Two Printers of Sidney's Astrophel and Stella , Library , 5th ser., 26:249-55.(John Charlewood and John Danter.)[4399]
  • LAVIN, J. A., The Printer of Hamlet Q3, SB , 25:173-76.(George Eld.)[4400]
  • LAWLER, D. L., Oscar Wilde's First Manuscript of The Picture of Dorian Gray , SB , 25:125-35.[4401]
  • LAWLER, P. A., T. J. Wise, TLS , Oct. 8, 1971, p. 1216.[4402]
  • LAWSON, A. S., Printing Types; An Introduction , Boston, Beacon Press, 1971. 119 p.[4403]
  • LENNENBERG, HANS, Dating Engraved Music: The Present State of the Art, Libr. Quart. , 41:128-40.[4404]
  • LINDER, LESLIE, A History of the Writings of Beatrix Potter , Including Unpublished Works , London, Warne, 1971. 446 p.[4405]
  • LINDER, LESLIE, The Linder Collection of the Works and Drawings of Beatrix Potter , London, The National Book League, 1971. 65 p., 16 plates.[4406]
  • LINDER, E. A., The Ernest A. Linder Collection of Antique Printing Machinery , Pasadena, California, The Weather Bird Press, 1971. 44 p.[4407]
  • LOGAN, T. P., John Dennis's Select Works, 1718, 1721, PBSA , 65:155-56.[4408]
  • LOW, D. A., A Letter about the Sale of Burns's Kilmarnock Edition, Bibliotheck , 6:28.(By G. H., possibly Gavin Hamilton.)[4409]
  • LYNCH, K. M., Jacob Tonson , Kit-Cat Publisher , Knoxville, Univ. of Tennessee Press, 1971. 256 p.[4410]
  • McCULLOUGH, J. B., and BREW, C. C., A Study of the Publication of Tennyson's Idylls of the King , PBSA , 65:156-69.[4411]
  • McKENZIE, D. F., The Printer of the Third Volume of Jonson's Workes (1640), SB , 25:177-78.(John Dawson, Junior.)[4412]
  • MARTIN, HENRI-JEAN, Livre pouvoirs et société à Paris au XVIIe siècle (1598-1701) , Genève, Librairie Droz, 1969. 2 vols., 1091 p.[4413]
  • MASON, M. G., Wordsworth and Pater's First Imaginery Portraits, Harvard Libr. Bull. , 19:194-203.[4414]
  • MAXWELL, J. C., ed., The Prelude: A Parallel Text Edition , Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1971. [1], 573 p.(1805 and 1850 eds.)[4415]

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  • MAYHEW, G. P., Jonathan Swift's “On the burning of Whitehall in 1697” Reexamined, Harvard Libr. Bull. , 19:399-411.[4416]
  • MAYHEW, G. P., Swift's Political “Conversion” and His “Lost” Ballad on the Westminster Election of 1710, Bull. John Rylands Libr. , 53:397-427.[4417]
  • MEYNELL, FRANCIS, My Lives , London, Bodley Head, 1971. 332 p.[4418]
  • MILLER, C. H., Some Unusual Printer's Copy Used for Early Sixteenth-Century Editions of Erasmus' Encomium Moriae , SB , 25:137-43.[4419]
  • MILLER, J. H., and BOROWITZ, DAVID, Charles Dickens and George Cruikshank [with an Introduction by Ada B. Nisbet], Los Angeles, William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, Univ. of California, 1971. 99 p.[4420]
  • MILLER, LEO, The Italian Imprimaturs in Milton's Areopagitica , PBSA , 65:345-55.[4421]
  • MILNE, A. A., Winnie-the-Pooh. A Reproduction of the Original Manuscript with the Text of the Printed Version , London, Methuen, 1971. 220 p.[4422]
  • MOODY, A. D., The Creative Critic: Johnson's Revision of London and The Vanity of Human Wishes , R.E.S. , n.s., 22:137-50.[4423]
  • MOODY, A. D., Johnson's Poems: Textual Problems and Critical Readings, Library , 5th ser., 26:22-38.[4424]
  • MORAN, JAMES, Stanley Morison: His Typographic Achievement , New York, Hastings House, 1971. 184 p.[4425]
  • MORTENSON, ROBERT, Byron and William Harness: Early Recollections of Lord Byron, PBSA , 65:53-65.[4426]
  • MUIR, P. H., Victorian Illustrated Books , London, Batsford, New York, Praeger, 1971. xv, 287 p.[4427]
  • MUIRHEAD, ARNOLD, A. H. Clough's The Bothie of Toper-Na-Fuosich , Book Collector , 20:249.[4428]
  • MURRAY, ROBINSON, [The Device of Thomas Marshe, Printer in London from 1554 to 1587], Libr. Quart. , 41:256.[4429]
  • NEIL, D. G., Post-Dating Books in the 17th Century, Book Collector , 20:249.[4430]
  • NIERMEIER, S. F. C., The Problem of the In Memoriam Manuscripts, Harvard Libr. Bull. , 19:149-59.[4431]
  • NIXON, H. M., A Cosway Binding, c. 1928, Book Collector , 20:68.(English Bookbindings LXXVI.)[4432]
  • NIXON, H. M., Elizabethan Gold-Tooled Bindings, in D. E. Rhodes, Essays in Honour of Victor Scholderer , Mainz, Karl Pressler, 1970, pp. 219-70.[4433]
  • NIXON, H. M., London Binding by Jane Steel, 1717, Book Collector , 20:226.(English Bookbindings LXXVII.)[4434]
  • NIXON, H. M., A London Binding by Rivière & Son, c. 1905, Book Collector , 20:504.(English Bookbindings LXXIX.)[4435]
  • NIXON, H. M., A London Pierced-Panel Binding, c. 1619, Book Collector , 20:352.(English Bookbindings LXXVIII.)[4436]
  • NIXON, H. M., The Mahieu Binder for Grolier, c. 1555, Book Collector , 20:353.(Foreign Bookbindings XI.)[4437]
  • NIXON, H. M., Sixteenth-century Gold-tooled Bookbindings in the Pierpont Morgan Library , New York, Pierpont Morgan Library, 1971. xv, 263 p.[4438]
  • NOTE Concerning Daniel Adel and the American Edition of Newton's Principia , Harvard Libr. Bull. , 19:436.[4439]
  • NOWELL-SMITH, SIMON, Correction to Giles Barber's “Rossetti, Ricketts, and Some English Publishers' Bindings of the Nineties (Library, December 1970), Library , 5th ser., 26:173.(Correction to C3754.)[4440]
  • OAKESHOTT, WALTER, Carew Ralegh's Copy of Spenser, Library , 5th ser., 26:1-21.[4441]
  • OVINK, G. W., Nineteenth-century Reactions against the Didone Type Model. I. Introduction. Caslon, Old Style, Old Style Antique. II. The Elzévirs, Quaerendo , 1:18-31, 282-301.[4442]
  • PANTAZZI, SYBILLE, Elliot Stock, Book Collector , 20:25-46.[4443]
  • PARKER, HERSHEL, In Defense of “Copy-Text Editing,” BNYPL , 75:337-44.(Compare Grabo above and Pizer below here.)[4444]
  • PAULSON, K. F., The Reverend Edward Stillingfleet and the “Epilogue” to Rochester's A Satyre against Reason and Mankind , PQ , 50:657-63.[4445]

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  • PAYNE, J. R., W. H. Hudson's A Crystal Age , PBSA , 26:299-302.[4446]
  • PEATTIE, R. W., William Michael Rossetti and the Defense of Swinburne's Poems and Ballads , Harvard Libr. Bull. , 19:356-65.[4447]
  • PECKHAM, MORSE, Reflections on the Foundations of Modern Textual Editing, Proof , 1:122-55.[4448]
  • PERLA, G. A., The Authorship of Unsigned Articles in the Encyclopédie , Eightenth-Century Studies , 4(1970/71):447-54.(See Schwab below.)[4449]
  • PIZER, DONALD, On the Editing of Modern American Texts, BNYPL , 75:147-53.(See Grabo above.)[4450]
  • POINTON, M. R., Milton and English Art , Manchester Univ. Press, 1970. xliii, 276 p., 218 illus.(Rev. by G. E. Bentley, Jr., Library, 5th ser., 26:356-59, with list of “Illustrated Editions of Milton, 1775-1825, at pp. 357-59.)[4451]
  • POKROVSKII, N. N., Western Siberian Scriptoria and Binderies: Ancient Traditions among the Old Believers, Book Collector , 20:19-24.(Translated by J. S. G. Simmons.)[4452]
  • POLLARD, M., Maria Edgeworth's The Parent's Assistant: The First Edition, Book Collector , 20:347-51.[4453]
  • POYNTON, ORDE, Observations on the First Edition of Waverley , Private Libraries , 5:85-92.[4454]
  • QUAYLE, E., The Collector's Book of Children's Books , London, Studio Vista, 1971.(Rev. P. H. Muir, Book Collector, 21 (1972):149-50.)[4455]
  • REES, EILUNED, Welsh Publishing before 1717, in D. E. Rhodes, Essays in Honour of Victor Scholderer , Mainz, Karl Pressler, 1970, pp. 323-36.[4456]
  • RINGLER, W. A., Jr., The Nutbrown Maid (a Reconstructed Text), English Literary Renaissance , 1:27-51.[4457]
  • ROBERTS, J. A., Two Notes on Scholars' Comments on The Merry Wives of Windsor . 1. James O. Halliwell-Phillipps on the Relation of Q and F Versions of The Merry Wives. 2. “Mishearings” in Q., N & Q , n.s., 18:139-41.[4458]
  • ROBERTS, R. J., Towards a Short-title Catalogue of English Eighteenth-century Books, Jour. of Librarianship , 2:246-62.[4459]
  • ROBINSON, S. J., A. Conan Doyle's Lost World: An Unusual Copy, Book Collector , 20:251.[4460]
  • RODGERS, R. H., The Moore Palladius [Cambridge Univ. Libr. Kk.V.13], Trans. Cambridge Bibl. Soc. , 5:203-16.[4461]
  • ROGAL, S. J., Religious Periodicals in England during the Restoration and Eighteenth Century, Jour. Rutgers Univ. Libr. , 35:27-33.[4462]
  • ROGERS, PAT, The Catholick Poet (1716): John Oldmixon's Attack on Pope, Bodleian Libr. Record , 8:277-84.[4463]
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