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[Karl Otfried Müller]. [A history of] Literature of Ancient Greece, [by K.O. Müller, continued after the author's death by John William Donaldson]. [1858].

[Sir John Robert Seeley]. Ecce Homo: A Survey of the Life and Work of Jesus Christ. 1866 [1865]..

A Mary F Robinson. Margaret of Angoulême, queen of Navarre. 1886.

A Mary F Robinson. The end of the middle ages essays and questions in history. 1889.

A Mary F Robinson. Margaret of Angoulême, queen of Navarre. 1886.

A. E. Abbott. A Shakespearian Grammar. 1877.

A. P. Sinett. The Occult World. 1883.

Adolphus William Ward. A History of English Dramatic Literature to the Death of Queen Anne. 1875.

Aeschylus E. D. A. Morshead, translator. The Agamemnon of Aeschylus. 1877.

Aeschylus F. A. Paley, Translator. Aeschylus, Translated into English Prose. 1871.

Aeschylus. Agamemnon. A Tragedy Taken from Aeschylus. 1876.

Aeschylus. Prometheus, the Fire-Giver, an attempted Restoration of the lost first part of the Prometheian Trilogy of Aeschylus. 1877.

Aeschylus. Agamemnon A Tragedy. 1876.

AeschylusEdward FitzGerald, translator. Agamemnon: a tragedy taken from Aeschylus. 1876.

Agnes Strickland. Lives of the Queens of England, from the Norman Conquest; With Anecdotes of Their Conquest, Now First Published from Official Records and Other Authentic Documents, Private as well as Public.. 1840-1848.

Albert H. Smyth. American Literature. 1889.

Albert Leffingwell. Illegitimacy and the influence of seasons upon conduct : two studies in demography. 1892.

Albert Schwegler. Handbook of the history of philosophy. 1868.

Alexander Balloch Grosart. Songs of the Day and Night, or, Three Centuries of Original Hymns for Public and Private Praise and Reading. .

Alexander Balloch Grossart. Songs of the Day and Night, or Three Centuries of Hymns.. 1890.

Alexander Pope. The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope. 1735.

Alfred Ainger. The Letters of Charles Lamb, newly arranged, with additions, edited with introduction and notes by Alfred Ainger. 1888.

Alfred de Vigny. Stello. 1856.

Alfred Garratt Foster-Barham, translator. The Nibelungen Lied, Lay of the Nibelung. 1887.

Alfred Henderson. Latin Proverbs and Quotations, with Translations and Parallel Passages. .

Alfred Russel Wallace. Tropical Nature and Other Essays. 1878.

Alfred Russel Wallace. Australasia: Maps and Illustrations. 1879.

Alfred Tennyson. Ballads, and other Poems. 1880.

Alfred, Lord Tennyson. [The Lady of Shalott] in Poems. 1833 (catalog notes it as December 1832).

Alfred, Lord Tennyson. [The Palace of Art] in Poems. 1851.

Alfred, Lord Tennyson. [The Two Voices] in Poems, in two volumes. 1842.

Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Idylls of the King. 1859.

Alfred, Lord Tennyson. In Memoriam. 1851.

Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Poems. 1833 (the footnote says 1832).

Alfred, Lord Tennyson. [Morte d'Arthur] in Poems. 1855.

Algernon Charles Swinburne. George Chapman: a critical essay. 1875.

Algernon Charles Swinburne. Essays and Studies. 1875.

Algernon Charles Swinburne. Erechtheus: a Tragedy. 1876.

Algernon Charles Swinburne. Poems and Ballads, Second series. 1878.

Algernon Charles Swinburne. Studies in Song. 1880.

Algernon Charles Swinburne. Tristram of Lyonesse, and other Poems. 1882.

Algernon Charles Swinburne. Songs before Sunrise. 1883.

Algernon Charles Swinburne. Miscellanies. 1886.

Algnernon Charles Swinburne. Poems and Ballads. 1866.

Anna Brownell Jameson. Sacred and Legendary Art. 1850.

Anna Brownell Jameson. Sacred and Legendary Art. 1850.

Anne Burrows Gilchrist. Mary Lamb. 1883.

Annonymous. The Sinfulness of Balls. 1861.

Annonymous. The Westminster Review on the State of Religion in the Universities. 1861.

Anonymous. Review of Liberty Hall. 1860.