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Before graduating, he edited a reprint of John Burton's Pentalogia.

The only existing edition of these diatribes is one in 1687; but, from their date and import, this may have been a reprint.

A reprint of some of Dr Phaers remedies and preservatives, without date, is conjecturally assigned to the year 1601.

The reprint will contain the whole of Hakluyt, with the addition of several scarce voyages and travels.

Bibliomania; or Book-MadnessThomas Frognall Dibdin

We reprint the memorial, quite confident that it will not suffer by comparison with what has appeared from the other side.

Should I ever reprint the thing, I would change nothing,—but only preface the new edition with a proper apology.

Reprint of the version published in New York by Harper in 1892.

There is no copy in the British Museum, and in the introduction to his reprint Lang tells a story against himself.

Prices of BooksHenry B. Wheatley

Thanks are due the editors of these periodicals for permission to recast and reprint it.

Musical PortraitsPaul Rosenfeld

It is one of the few books of which there has been a Calcutta reprint, lithographs and all.

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