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  1. 101

    Chapters on English metre,

  2. 102

    Chapters on English metre,

  3. 103

    Chapters on Greek metric,

  4. 104

    Chapters on the metric of the Chaucerian tradition ...

  5. 105

    The characteristics of primitive poetry. ...

  6. 106

    Chaucer : a bibliographical manual

  7. 107

    The Chaucer canon, with a discussion of the works associated with the name of Geoffrey Chaucer,

  8. 108

    Chaucer's pronunciation and the spelling of the Ellesmere ms.

  9. 109

    Chronicle of Scottish poetry ; from the thirteenth century, to the union of the crowns :

  10. 110

    Chronicle of Scottish poetry ; from the thirteenth century, to the union of the crowns :

  11. 111

    Chronicle of Scottish poetry ; from the thirteenth century, to the union of the crowns :

  12. 112

    Chronicle of Scottish poetry ; from the thirteenth century, to the union of the crowns :

  13. 113

    The Church quarterly review.

  14. 114

    The Classical journal.

  15. 115

    The Classical museum.

  16. 116

    Classical philology.

  17. 117

    Classical quarterly.

  18. 118

    Classical weekly.

  19. 119

    A compendious grammar of the primitive English or Anglo-Saxon language : a knowledge of which is essential to every modern English grammarian who would fully understand the true origin and idiom of his own language : being chiefly a selection of what is most valuable and practical in The elements of the Anglo-Saxon grammar : with some additional observations

  20. 120

    The complete art of poetry ...

  21. 121

    The complete art of poetry ...

  22. 122

    A complete dictionary of the English language, both with regard to sound and meaning ... To which is prefixed a prosodial grammar.

  23. 123

    The complete works of Geoffrey Chaucer

  24. 124

    The complete works of Geoffrey Chaucer

  25. 125

    The complete works of Geoffrey Chaucer

  26. 126

    The complete works of Geoffrey Chaucer

  27. 127

    The complete works of Geoffrey Chaucer

  28. 128

    The complete works of Geoffrey Chaucer

  29. 129

    The complete works of Geoffrey Chaucer

  30. 130

    The complete works of Ralph Waldo Emerson,

  31. 131

    Concerning French verse;

  32. 132

    The construction and types of Shakespeare's verse as seen in the Othello,

  33. 133

    The contemporary review

  34. 134

    The contemporary review

  35. 135

    The contemporary review

  36. 136

    The contemporary review

  37. 137

    Convention and revolt in poetry.

  38. 138

    The Cornhill magazine.

  39. 139

    The Cornhill magazine.

  40. 140

    The Cornhill magazine.

  41. 141

    Corpus poeticum boreale : the poetry of the Old Northern tongue, from the earliest times to the thirteenth century

  42. 142

    A critical examination of the text of Shakespeare, with remarks on his language and that of his contemporaries, together with notes on his plays and poems.

  43. 143

    A critical examination of the text of Shakespeare, with remarks on his language and that of his contemporaries, together with notes on his plays and poems.

  44. 144

    A critical examination of the text of Shakespeare, with remarks on his language and that of his contemporaries, together with notes on his plays and poems.

  45. 145

    A criticism of systems of Hebrew metre; an elementary treatise,

  46. 146

    Current literature.

  47. 147

    The cursus in mediaeval and vulgar Latin,

  48. 148

    The Dial

  49. 149

    The Dial

  50. 150

    The Dial

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