collectanea

[ kol-ek-tey-nee-uh ]SEE DEFINITION OF collectanea
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Your correspondents may be referred to Capgrave; to Leland, Collectanea, vol.

So much is certain, for Lindley makes the statement in his Collectanea Botanica.

The original not being available, I have used the copy in the "Collectanea" before mentioned.

They are, he thinks, a better example of this genre of books than Latinius's collectanea.

He undertakes to send the three parts of the Collectanea and the book De Scriptt.

Leland, in his "Collectanea," asserts that painters constantly represented Judas the traitor with a red head.

One of the most curious pictorial and antiquarian blunders may be seen in Vallancey's Collectanea.

A copy of this inscription is preserved in the Collectanea Topographica et Genealogica, vol.

He is recorded by Leland under both these names, in his Collectanea, scil.

Jacquin (Nicolaus Joseph) Collectanea ad botanicam, chemiam, et historiam naturalem spectantia.

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