A Critical and Historical Account of All the Celebrated Libraries in Foreign Countries: As Well Ancient as Modern. With General Reflections Upon the Choice of Books, and the Method of Furnishing Libraries. ... By a Gentleman of the Temple
J. Jolliffe, 1739 - 206 pages
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