Catalogue of the Library of Robert L. Stuart

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Press of J. J. Little, 1884 - Private libraries - 527 pages

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Page 117 - CHRONICLES of the crusades; being contemporary narratives of the crusade of Richard Cceur de Lion, by Richard of Devizes and Geoffrey de Vinsauf ; and of the crusade of Saint Louis, by lord John De Joinville. With illustrative notes and an index. London, 1848.
Page 270 - LANZI, Luigi. History of painting in Italy, from the period of the revival of the fine arts to the end of the 18th century. Translated from the original Italian by Thomas Roscoe.
Page 523 - chronicle, with the two continuations ; comprising annals of English history, from the departure of the Romans, to the reign of Edward I. Translated from the Latin, with notes and illustrations, by Thomas Forester. London,
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Page 274 - LEIGHTON, John. The life of man, symbolised by the months of the year, in a series of illustrations ; and pourtrayed in their seasons and phases, with passages selected from ancient and modern authors, by Richard Pigot. London, 1866.
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