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Context of A bibliographical dictionary : containing a chronological account, alphabetically arranged, of the most curious, scarce, useful, and important books, in all departments of literature, which have been published in Latin, Greek, Coptic, Hebrew, Samaritan, Syriac, Chaldee, Aethiopic, Arabic, Persian, Armenian, &c. From the infancy of printing to the beginning of the ninetenth century. With biographical anecdotes of authors, printers, and publishers; ... a distinct notation of the Editiones principes et optimae, and the price of each article (where it could be ascertained) from the best London catalogues, and public sales of the most valuable libraries both at home and abroad. Including the whole of the fourth edition of Dr. Harwood's View of the classics, with innumerable additions and amendments. To which are added, an essay on bibliography, with a general and particular account of the different authors on that subject, in Latin, French, Italian, German, and English ... a description of their works; first, improved, and best editions ... with critical judgments on the whole, extracted from the best bibliographical and typographical authorities. And an account of the best English translation of each Greek and Latin classic
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