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  • The Bibliographical Society

Membership. Enquiries as to Membership (except as below) should be directed to Margaret L. Ford, Hon. Secretary, The Bibliographical Society, c/o Institute of English Studies, Room 304, Senate House, Malet Street, London wc1e 7hu.

Subscriptions. An annual subscription costs £33 (overseas £37; US $65) Life Membership is available for those over 60 at a cost of £300. Details are available from the Society’s Hon. Treasurer, Mr Richard Linenthal, 25 Fitzgeorge Avenue, London w14 osy, to whom subscriptions should also be sent (but for local arrangements, see below).

Overseas Membership. Enquiries in America should he addressed to the Hon. Secretary for America: Dr R. E. Stoddard, Department of English, Harvard University, Barker Center, 12 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA 02138, and American subscriptions should be sent to the Hon. Treasurer for America: Professor Eric W. Nye, Department of English 3353, University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming 82071. Membership and subscriptions in Australia are looked after by the Hon. Secretary for Australia: Dr B. J. McMullin, 23 Dean Avenue, Mt Waverley, Victoria 3149; in Germany by the Hon. Secretary for Germany: Professor Dr B. Fabian, Zur Windmühle 60, D–48163 Münster, Germany; and in Japan by the Hon. Secretary for Japan: Dr Satoko Tokunaga, Faculty of Letters, Keio University, 4-1-1 Hiyoshi, Kohoku-ku, Yokohama, 223-8521, Japan.

Meetings. A programme of meetings held in London is circulated before the commencement of each season. Offers of papers to be read should be directed to the Hon. Secretary (address as above).

Publications. A list of the Society’s publications may be obtained from the Hon. Secretary. Publications are also listed in the back pages of The Library.

Web Pages. The Society’s web site at information about different aspects of the Society, including its programme of lectures, subscription rates and publications, the annual round of grants, the officers and council members, and a calendar of commit tee meetings. [End Page 247]


The Society’s publications are supplied to members at the special prices shown here. Members are allowed to purchase at the special price one copy of each title (in addition to any copies which are supplied free as a privilege of membership).

How to order. Orders from members should be sent to the Hon. Secretary accompanied by a remittance for the appropriate amount, made payable to The Bibliographical Society. Payments in currencies other than sterling should include enough to cover conversion charges. The members’ prices shown here exclude postage and packing costs. These must be added to the cost of the book(s) being ordered, according to the following scale of charges:

Books sent to UK addresses: 1 book – £4.00, 2 or more books – £8.oo

Books sent to overseas addresses: 1 book – £5.00, 2 or more books – £10.00

In most cases, copies of these books are also available for non-members to purchase, at higher prices, directly from the Society’s agent: Oak Knoll Books, 310 Delaware Street, New Castle, DE 19720, USA (e-mail: These titles are marked with an asterisk. Trade terms are available. Where there is no asterisk, and where no alternative ordering arrangements are indicated, stocks are in short supply and reserved for Society members.

  • e. The e symbol denotes electronic publication.

  • *. Adams (Thomas R.), The Non-Cartographical Maritime Works Published by Mount and Page: A Preliminary Handlist. Pp. x, 54. 1985. £3.75 (Occasional paper, 1)

  • *. Alston (R. C.), Handlist of Library Catalogues and Lists of Books and Manuscripts in the British Library Department of Manuscripts. Pp. iv, 87. 1991. £5.00 (Occasional paper, 6)

  • *. Blayney (Peter W. M.), The Bookshops in Paul’s Cross Churchyard. 1990. £5.00 (Occasional paper, 5)

    Cook (Christopher D.) Incunabula in the Westminster Abbey and Westminster School Libraries, with bookbinding descriptions by M. M. Foot. Illus., pp. 185. 2013. £45.00 (members’ price £30.00)

    Dahl (Folke), A Bibliography of English Corantos and Periodical Newsbooks, 1620–1642. Illus., pp. 283. 1952. £8.00

  • *. Davies (Martin), and John Goldfinch, Vergil: A Census of Printed Editions 1469...


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