Common place book : manuscript, [18--]

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Southey, Robert, 1774-1843. Common place book : manuscript, [18--]

Common place book : manuscript, [18--]

Contains poems, excerpts, and quotations from Alfred Tennyson, Charles Lamb, Robert Southey, James Russell Lowell, and others; also a transcription of "Scholars of the House" from the Yale Library Magazine, Feb. 1852, concerning the foundation of the Berkeleian Scholarship at Yale University.

1 v. (80 leaves) ; 22 cm.

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