Library, Oxford, origin of, 203. Types of Guttenberg and Faust, beauty
of, 218. Types, MacEwen on the, its fate at an auction, 125.
Typographical blunders, 71 _et seq._ United States well stocked with
libraries, 176 --its citizens as book-hunters, 177. "Vampire" as a
book-hunter, 55 --his collection, 56 _et seq._ --his policy at auctions,
57 _et seq._ Vellum books, 63. Verney, Sir Ralph, noting proceedings of
the Long Parliament, 328 _et seq._ Vision, a, of mighty book-hunters, 14
_et seq._ Vulgate of Sixtus V., multitude of errors in, 67. Waltonian
Library, the, of Rev. Dr Bethune, 87 _et seq._ Wars and revolutions,
factors in the destruction of libraries, 209. Watt, Dr, his
bibliography, 234. Watts, Isaac, and the "Grangerites," 83 _et seq._
Wells dedicated to saints, 397 _et seq._ Wilberforce, Samuel, Bishop of
Oxford, humorous blunder in a biographical notice concerning, 76.
Wilbrod, St, and the Frisian Prince, 376. William and the Wer Wolf
reprinted by Roxburghe Club, 279 _et seq._ Wodrow, Rev. Robert, his
literary remains and collections, 338 --his private note-books, 340
--extracts from his note-books concerning "special providences," 343 _et
seq._ --his ghost and witch stories, 346 _et seq._ --anecdote concerning
the devil's sermon, 349 _et seq._ "Ye" and "the," common delusion
concerning, 270 _note_. THE END. Imprinted by William Blackwood and
Sons, at their Printing Office, 32 Thistle Street, Edinburgh.
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