It happens to be rare, and, therefore, bibliomaniacs hunt after it.
Hence, the restorers of readings, the emendators, the bibliomaniacs of all degrees.
Hence the restorers of readings, the emendators, the bibliomaniacs of all degrees.
It is my link with the bibliomaniacs, whom I admit into our relationship, because my love is large and my family pride nothing.
After the fourth number the magazine was stopped, and in these days it has become a curiosity for bibliomaniacs.
The greater portion of the following Notes will, we are persuaded, be new to all but the bibliomaniacs in theatrical lore.
Bibliomaniacs will be interested to learn the price of certain books at this date, 1775.
The bibliomaniacs claim him for their scribe and poet, the defender of their faith, the high-priest of their craft.
He went to browse among the dark green covers of Bohn and remained years after to prey upon the dry husks of the bibliomaniacs.
Eminently productive was the monastery of Peterborough in Saxon bibliomaniacs.