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  • Recent Periodicals
Adler Museum Bulletin, 37, 2 (December 2011)

Includes: L. M. Levitz, ‘Tobias’s Words and Hunter’s Book: An Odyssey Across the World’ [A stray copy of The Works of John Hunter FRS, Vol. iv: 1835].

Ambix, 59, 1 (March 2012)

Includes: R. G. W. Anderson, ‘Partington: The Missing Part’ [J. R. Partington’s A History of Chemistry].

———, 60, 1 (February 2013)

Includes: L. M. Principe, ‘Sir Kenelm Digby and His Alchemical Circle in 1650s Paris: Newly Discovered Manuscripts’; D. Kahn, ‘Towards a History of Joseph Du Chesne’s Manuscripts’.

Archives of Natural History, 40, 1 (April 2013)

Includes: A. Ričkienė, ‘Flora Litvanica inchoata (1781–1782) by J. E. Gilibert: Preliminary Census of Copies in European Libraries’. T. R. Birkhead and I. Charmantier, ‘Nicolas Venette’s Traité du rossignol (1697) and the Discovery of Migratory Restlessness’; G. Manganelli and A. Benocci, ‘250 years of Atti dell’Accademia dei Fisiocritici in Siena: its Contribution to Natural History’.

Asian Social Science, 8, 12 (2012)

Includes: Bin Li, ‘The School of Mandarin Duck and Butterfly’s Creative Push on Early Chinese Publishing Industry’ [Shanghai publishing company 1920s–30s].

BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics 26, 1 (2011)

Includes: K. James, ‘Reading Numbers in Early Modern England’.

Buried History, 47 (2011)

Includes: G. H. R. Horsley, ‘One Hundred Years of the Loeb Classical Library’.

Common Place, 13, 1 (October 2012) []

Includes: J. D. Groves, ‘Pressing Matters: An Experimental Study of the Isaiah Thomas Printing Press at the American Antiquarian Society’.

Early Music, 40, 3 (August 2012)

Includes: D. Skinner, ‘Princes, Ambassadors and Lost Choirbooks of Early Tudor England’; J. Stoessel, ‘Revisiting Aÿ mare, amice mi care: Insights into Late Medieval Music Notation’; P. Holman, ‘A Purcell Manuscript Lost and Found’.

Historical Journal, 56, 1 (March 2013)

Includes: M. Curran, ‘Beyond the Forbidden Best Sellers of Pre-Revolutionary France’.

Historical Research, 86, 231 (February 2013)

Includes: A. Hanham, ‘Revisiting the Stonor Manuscripts’. [End Page 363]

History Today, 63, 2 (February 2013)

Includes: V. Gardner, ‘Liberty, Licence and Leveson’; A. Bonnett, ‘The Agnostic Saladin’ [William Stewart Ross, secularist and agnostic editor and pamphleteer].

Information & Culture: A Journal of History, 48, 1 (2013)

Includes: J. T. Shaw, ‘The Origins of a State Library: New Jersey, 1704–1824’; B. A. Lear, ‘A State Library Transformed: Pennsylvania, 1878–1921’; D. Weaver, ‘Letters to Lucy Johnston: Addressing the Need for Literature on the Kansas Prairies’; D. G. Hansen, ‘Depoliticizing the California State Library: The Political and Professional Transformation of James Gillis, 1899–1917’; S. L. Stuart, ‘“My Duty and My Pleasure”: Alice S. Tyler’s Reluctant Oversight of Carnegie Library Philanthropy in Iowa’; F. M. Jumonville, ‘“Interested in Public Libraries”: J. O. Modisette and the Contributions of a Louisiana Library Commissioner’; K. Cook, ‘Struggles Within: Lura G. Currier, the Mississippi Library Commission, and Library Service to African Americans’; C. Mediavilla, ‘Carma Zimmerman Leigh and the Diffusion of Cooperation Through California Libraries, 1951–1972’.

Italian Studies, 68, 1 (March 2013)

Includes: M. Brera ‘Non istà bene in buona teologia’: Four Italian Translations of Paradise Lost and the Vatican’s Policies of Book Censorship (1732–1900)’.

Journal of British Studies, 51, 4 (October 2012)

Includes: D. R. Como, ‘Print, Censorship, and Ideological Escalation in the English Civil War’.

Journal of Early Modern History, 16, 2 (2012)

Includes: L. Newby, ‘Copper Plates for the Qianlong Empire: From Paris to Peking via Canton’.

Journal for Eighteenth Century Studies, 36, 1(2013)

Includes: S. Macdonald, ‘English-Language Newspapers in Revolutionary France’.

Journal of the History of Ideas, 73, 2 (April 2012)

Includes: J. Richards, ‘Useful Books: Reading Vernacular Regimens in Sixteenth-Century England’.

———, 73, 4 (October 2012)

Includes: T. Zahora, ‘Thomist Scholarship and Plagiarism in the Early Enlighten -ment: Jacques Echard Reads the Speculum Morale, attributed to Vincent of Beauvais’.

Journal of Islamic Manuscripts, 3, 2 (2012)

Includes: F. Bora, ‘A Mamluk Historian’s Holograph. Messages from a Musawwada of Ta’rīkḥ’; J. Lameer, ‘Ibn Kammūna’s Commentary on Suhrawardī’s Talwīḥāt. Three Editions’; R. Ricci, ‘Thresholds of Interpretation on the Threshold of Change: Paratexts in Late 19th-Century Javanese Manuscripts’; M. Biddle, ‘Recent Preservation and Conservation Activities for...


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