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At that time he knew nothing about Shakespeare bibliography.

I will nevertheless make a few remarks on the bibliography of this subject.

The bibliography on the American college is almost inexhaustible.

For contemporary documents, see the Bibliography to chap, x, vol.

A complete review of the Collier forgeries, with bibliography.

Fassig lists a quartz pebble, found in a hailstone (Bibliography, part 2-355).

With a Bibliography and Seventy-eight Illustrations, crown 8vo, 9s.

Prof. Fassig lists the substance, in his "Bibliography," as fish spawn.

Cf. the bibliography at the head of the notes for this chapter.

It would be impossible to furnish a bibliography of the latter here.

WORD ORIGIN

1670s, "the writing of books," from Greek bibliographia "the writing of books," from biblio- + graphos "(something) drawn or written" (see -graphy). Sense of "a list of books that form the literature of a subject" is first attested 1869. Related: Bibliographic.

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