- Recent Periodicals
Includes: I. M. Turner, ‘Natural History Publications Arising from Theodore Cantor’s Visit to Chusan, China, in 1840’; J. Edgington, ‘Natural History Books in the Library of Dr Richard Richardson’; J. A. Bryant and others, ‘Life and Work of Margaret Gatty (1809–1873), with Particular Reference to British Sea-Weeds (1863)’; F. E. Vega, T. Willis, and S. Burke Cahalan, ‘Edward Rudge, Plantarum Guianæ rariorum icones et descriptiones hactenus ineditæ: Suppressed Preface’.
Includes: D. Falvay and P. Tóth, ‘L’autore e la trasmissione delle Meditationes vitae Christi in base a manoscritti volgari italiani’.
Includes: S. R. Holmes, ‘A Note Concerning the Text, Editions, and Authorship of The 1660 Standard Confession of the General Baptists’.
Includes: D. Berry, ‘Anthony Hobson: A Memoir’.
Includes: R. Hanna, ‘Merton College, MS. 68: Production and Texts’; C. Hurst, ‘The Cazenove Nursery Rhyme Manuscript’; A. Watson, ‘“In Some Dark Corner of the Library …”: The “Mystery” of the Marsh Manuscripts’.
Includes: M. Boyle, ‘William Wey’s Itinerary to the Holy Land: Bodleian Library, MS. Bodl. 565 (c.1470)’; J. P. Carley, ‘Two Strays from Henry VIII’s Library and their Subsequent Provenance’; D. F. Lewis, ‘Developing Modernity: Giles Gilbert Scott’s Design for the New Bodleian Library’; M. Clapinson, ‘The Book Conveyor’.
Includes: C. Horton, ‘“No Duds!”: The Manuscript Trading of Alfred Chester Beatty’; S. Pagliaroli, ‘An Extraordinary New Arrighi Manuscript: Varthema’s Itinerario in the Staatsbibliotheck, Berlin’; N. Barker, ‘One for Every Day of the Year: The Bibermühle Collection of Printed Books of Hours’; S. Beattie, ‘“I Never had any Luck with my Books”: Friedo Lampe’; S. Markham, ‘David G. Lewis’; K. Limper-Herz, ‘A Binding Made for Thomas Grenville by Charles Lewis, after 1833’; G T. Tanselle, ‘A Wall of Books’; J. Saumarez Smith, ‘A Friend of Gutta Percha’; D. Mason, ‘“Issue Points” for Vladimir Nabokov’s Lolita’.
Includes: D. Quick, ‘More Notes on Bonaparte Bookplates’; B. Webb, ‘Some Reflections on Design’; B. Welch, ‘Caxton’s Boethius: The Pedigree of the John [End Page 472] Rylands Library’s Copy’; W. E. Butler, ‘On Prize Bookplates’; S. Defrance and B. Welch, ‘Commemorating John Couch Adams’.
Includes: H. Decker, ‘William Shakespeare Portrayed in Bookplates’; C. I. McDaid, ‘The Collector, the Custodian’; A. L. Ames, ‘Portraits of Provenance: Bookplates at the Rosenbach of the Free Library of Philadelphia’; W. E. Butler, ‘International Treaties, Heraldic Seals and Bookplates: John Adams and John Quincy Adams’; B. Welch, ‘The Economic Decline of Empires: Bookplates for Three Generations of the de la Rue Family’.
Includes: A. McCrea, ‘A Brief History of the Royal College of Organists Library and Archive’.
Includes: B. Williams, ‘The 1525 Rabbinic Bible and how to Read it: A Study of the Annotated Copy in the John Rylands Library’; G. Stephen, ‘Necromancy and the Magical Reputation of Michael Scot: John Rylands Library Latin MS 105’.
Includes: J. W. H. Lim, ‘Appropriate(d) Nursey Reading; or, (Implied) Child Readers, Charles Lamb and the Godwins’ Juvenile Library’.
Includes: M. Eder, ‘Does Size Matter?: Authorship Attribution, Small Samples, Big Problem’; M. Kestemont, S. Moens, and J. Deploige, ‘Collaborative Authorship in the Twelfth Century: A Stylometric Study of Hildegard of Bingen and Guibert of Gembloux’; J. Savoy, ‘Comparative Evaluation of Term Selection Functions for Authorship Attribution’.
Includes: P. Juola, ‘The Rowling Case: A Proposed Standard Analytic Protocol for Authorship Questions’.
Includes: A. Uesaka and M. Murakami, ‘Verifying the Authorship of Saikaku Ihara’s Work in Early Modern Japanese Literature: A Quantitative Approach’.
Includes: D. Bruster and G. Smith, ‘A New Chronology for Shakespeare’s Plays’.