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Shelves and counters were piled with a colorful miscellany of goods calculated to appeal to primitive tastes.
MYSTERY RANCHARTHUR CHAPMAN
About the Miscellany Section, both plans seem to me quite good.
You perceive how a man might exercise his mind in the attempt to strike an average of public serviceability in this miscellany!
THE NEW MACHIAVELLIHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
He turned over a few articles, and became at once deeply immersed in the gay little miscellany before him.
There is a miscellany in three volumes duodecimo published here, where there are many good pieces.
The materials were thus present for that type of publication styled a Botanical Miscellany.
In other words, the book is a miscellany of emendations and critical comments rather than a bibliography.
The great miscellany of humour which he poured out revitalises his name whenever it is examined by the family of John Bull.
GEORGE CRUIKSHANKW. H. CHESSON
When the miscellany appears, Shakespeare finds his name alone upon the title-page, and remonstrates.
ADVENTURES IN CRITICISMSIR ARTHUR THOMAS QUILLER-COUCH
But the strong hours conquer us; and I am the victim of miscellany,miscellany of designs, vast debility, and procrastination.
DISCOURSES IN AMERICAMATTHEW ARNOLD

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