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protectorates, War participation; Culture, Books On Books; Music;
Record companies; Folk music; Rock; Politics; Political parties ;
Defense; Intelligence services; Nuclear weapons; Nuclear weapons
tests; Peace movements; Religion; Social conditions, Education;
Economy and arms trade.
Géographie; Nature et climat; Démographie;
Colonies et protectorats britanniques, Participation à la
guerre; Culture, livres sur les livres; La musique; Les maisons de
disques; Musique folklorique; Roche; Politique; Partis politiques ;
La défense; Services de renseignement; Armes
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Bibliographie britannique et catalogues de livres
Bibliografía británicos y los libros en la
Britischen Bibliographien und Bücher im Druck
The British National Bibliography
'The British National Bibliography (BNB) records the publishing
activity of the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland and
includes selective coverage of printed and electronic publications
published since 1950'
A Descriptive Catalogue of Early Prints in the British Museum
(1883) og Catalogue of early prints in the British Museum. German
and Flemish schools. -
Early illustrated books : a history of the decoration and
illustration of books in the 15th and 16th centuries (1917).
List of Incunabula
An index to the early printed books in the British Museum. With
notes of those in the Bodleian Library (1903).
Catalogue of printed books in the British museum. British Museum.
Dept. of Printed Books, 1841 - 457 s. Bibliotheca Scoto-Celtica, or, An account of all the books
which have been printed in the Gaelic language : with
bibliographical and biographical notices (1832). - 268 s. -
http://archive.org/details/bibliothecascoto01reid Duff, Edward Gordon: Fifteenth Century English Books : a
bibliography of books and documents printed in England and of books
for the English market printed abroad. - [London] : Printed for the
Bibliographical Society at the Oxford University Press, 1917. - 136
s. - http://archive.org/details/fifteenthcentury00duffrich
Duff, Edward Gordon: Hand-lists of books printed by London
printers, 1501-1556. - [London] : Printed for the Bibliographical
Society at the Oxford University Press, 1913. - 524 s.
Duff, Edward Gordon: Catalogue of the printed books and manuscripts
in the John Rylands library, Manchester I-III.
- Manchester : J. E. Cornish, 1899. - 670+706+672 s.
- http://archive.org/details/catalogueofprint01john , og
- http://archive.org/details/catalogueofprint02john , og
'An author catalog: compiled by Edward Gordon Duff
Contains about 70,000 vols., including the Spencer (Althorp)
library of 40,000 vols. purchased in 1892. A descriptive catalog of
the incunabula and important first editions in the Althorp library
was made by Dibdin (Bibliotheca Spenceriana. 7 v. 1814-23)'. Bibliotheca Spenceriana; or, Descriptive Catalogue of the
Books Printed in the Fifteenth Century in the Library of George
John Earl Spencer I-VII . Printed for the author , by W. Bulmer and
Co . Shakspeare Press. And published by Longman , Hurst, Rees,
& Co.; T . Payne; White & Cochrane; John Murray ; and J.
& A. Arch, 1814.
- http://archive.org/details/bibliothecaspenc01spen , og
'The entire Spencer collection (about 40,000 volumes) was purchased
by Mrs. Rylands in 1892, and now forms part of the John Rylands library,
Manchester. A catalog, by Gordon-Duff, was issued in 1899 (3 v. 30
Title varies: v. 1-4, Bibliotheca Spenceriana; or, A descriptive
catalogue of the books printed in the fifteenth century, and of
many valuable first editions, in the library of George John, earl
Spencer, K. G. ... By the Reverend Thomas Frognall Dibdin ...
London, Printed for the author, by W. Bulmer and co., Shakspeare
press and published by Longman, Hurst, Rees & co. [etc.]
1814-15. [v. 5-6] Aedes Althorpianae; or, An account of the
mansion, books, and pictures, at Althorp; the residence of George
John, earl Spencer, K. G. To which is added a supplement to the
Bibliotheca Spenceriana ... By the Rev. Thomas Frognall Dibdin ...
London, Printed by W. Nicol, Shakspeare press, 1822. Account of the
library: [v. 5] p. 38-236; [v. 6] has special t.-p.: Supplement to
the Bibliotheca Spenceriana ... [v. 7] A descriptive catalogue of
the books printed in the fifteenth century, lately forming part of
the library of the Duke di Cassano Serra, and now the property of
George John, earl Spencer, K. G.'
Supplement to the Bibliotheca Spenceriana : Or a Descriptive
Catalogue of the Books Printed in the Fifteenth Century in the
Library of George John Earl Spencer. - Printed by W. Nicol ,
Shakspeare Press, and sold by Payne and Foss , [etc.], 1822.
' Bound with Spencer, G. J. A descriptive catalogue of the books
printed in the fifteenth century lately forming part of the library
of the Duke di Cassano Serra, and now the property of George John
Earl Spencer. London, 1823.' The London catalogue of books published in Great Britain.
With their sizes, prices, and publishers' names. 1816 to 1851
Luttrell Psalter - Lincolnshire, c.1320-40 British
Hindley, Charles: The true history of Tom and Jerry; or, the day
and night scenes of life in London, from the start to the finish!
With a key to the persons and places, together with a vocabulary
and glossary of the flash and slang terms occuring in the course of
the work (1890). -
Charles Dickens, 1812-1870 - Williams, Mary: The Dickens
concordance, being a compendium of names and characters and
principal places mentioned in all the works of Charles Dickens ..
'pt. I.List of the works of Charles Dickens.--pt. 2. List of
characters and places in the order of the books.--pt. 3. Complete
Hindley, Charles: A History of the Cries of London, ancient and
modern (1881) - http://www.archive.org/details/cu31924028074783
Hindley, Charles: A collection of readable reprints of literary
rarities, illustrative of the history, literature, manners and
biography of the English nation, between the sixteenth and
nineteenth centuries. (1876).
Hindley, Charles: Curiosities of street literature: comprising
"cocks", or "catchpennies", a large and curious assortment of
street-drolleries, squibs, histories, comic tales in prose and
verse, broadsides on the royal family, political litanies,
dialogues, catechisms, acts of Parliament, street political papers,
a variety of "ballads on a subject", dying speeches and confessions
The Gest of Robyn Hode 1498?-1500?
Tinperley, Charles H.: Encyclopaedia of literary and
typographical anecdote; being a chronological digest of the
most interesting facts illustrative of the history of literature
and printing from the earliest period to the present time;
interspersed with biographical sketches of eminent booksellers,
printers, type-founders, engravers, bookbinders and paper makers,
of all ages and countries, but especially of Great Britain; with
bibliographical and descriptive accounts of their principal
productions and occasional extracts from them, including curious
particulars of the first introduction of printing into various
countries, and of the books then printed, notices of early Bibles
and Liturgies of all countries, especially those printed in England
or in English, a history of all the newspapers, periodicals, and
almanacks published in this country, an account of the origin and
progress of language, writing and writing-materials, the invention
of paper, use of paper marks, etc., compiled and condensed from
Nichols's Literary anecdotes, and numerous other authorities; to
which are added, a continuation of the present time, comprising
recent biographies, chiefly of booksellers, and a practical manual
of printing. - London, Bohn, 1842. - 1170 s.
Se også: Storbritannien: Biblioteker ; boghistorie ;
litteraturhistorie ; presse.