File Name Sessions1905
Call Number PR 106 S44 c.2
Title Literary Celebrities of the English Lake-district. By Frederick Sessions, F. R. G. S. Author of 'Isiah, Poet-Profit and Reformer.'
Short Title Literary Celebrities of the English Lake-distrct
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Dedication There is scarcely anything so interesting to man as his brother man; because there is nothing else which so acts on his sympathies; and sympathy is perhaps the most powerful of forces. We may feel interest in a Thing, more in a Truth, but most of all only in a Man. -- Myres' "Lectures on Great Men."
Imprint London: Elliot Stock, 62, Paternoster Row, E. C. 1905.
Edition 1
Publication Date 1905
Volumes 1
Pages 238
Copies 1
SFU Catalogue Original Bibliography 238 p. : ill.; NA
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Title URI http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/3960562
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Bibliographic Notes 238 p. : ill.; handwritten note on p. 147: "Not a Baconian in the Shakespear-Bacon controversy."
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Format Octavo
Plate Count 21
Map Count 0
Illustrations Black and White Only
Photographs Black and White Only
Tables No
Binding Colour green
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