Literary Cookery with Reference to Matter Attributed to Coleridge and Shakespeare: A Letter Addressed to "The Athenaeum"; with a Postscript Containing Some Remarks Upon the Refusal of that Journal to Print it ...
J.R. Smith, 1855 - 12 pages
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Andrew Edmund Brae
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