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  • the formation of a Shakespeare library in Birmingham Reference Library This author wrote articles for the Dictionary of National Biography, and the list
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  • one of the founders and the most eloquent advocate of the Shakespeare Memorial Library at Birmingham. He was a witness before the public libraries committee
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  • circulating library in Birmingham. In 1755 he married, and in 1756 went into the paper-trade, opening the first `paper-warehouse' in Birmingham. He was the
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  • the Birmingham school board. Dawson also lectured on English literature at the Midland Institute and helped to found the Shakespeare Memorial library in
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  • reference library at Birmingham. These have been burnt, but many of his letters had fortunately been copied and printed in the notes and queries column of the
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  • cotton mill, Upper Priory, Birmingham. Two hanks of the cotton thus spun are preserved in the Birmingham Reference Library, and attached to them is an
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  • Society. Birmingham Natural History and Microscopical Society. Town Hall, Birmingham; Nottingham Arts Society. Manchester Athenæum. University of Oxford
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  • Britannica, Volume 3 Birmingham (England) 17637071911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 3 — Birmingham (England) BIRMINGHAM, a city and a municipal
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  • collection of the Bristol public libraries. The Birmingham (old) library was formed in 1779, and its rules were drawn up by Dr Priestley. The library has now
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  • Folk-Lore, Volume 31  (1920)  The Folk-Lore Society List of Members 707349Folk-Lore, Volume 31 — List of MembersThe Folk-Lore Society1920 THE FOLK-LORE
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  • The New International Encyclopædia Libraries 1260055The New International Encyclopædia — Libraries LIBRARIES. A term applied indifferently to buildings
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  • D. Mullins, Catalogue of the S. Memorial Library, Birmingham Free Libraries, 1872-76, 3 pts. 8vo, a magnificent collection of 7000 vols. destroyed by
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  • Student's Reference Work (1914) Birmingham (England) 1758108The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Birmingham (England) Bir′mingham, an English
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  • Author:John Henry Muirhead (category Contributors to The American Journal of Sociology)
    D. Professor of Philosopher in the University of Birmingham. Author of Elements of Ethics; Philosophy and LIfe; &c. Editor of Library of Philosophy This
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  • Raymond18681955British historian; professor of History at the University of Birmingham This author wrote articles for the Dictionary of National Biography, and the list
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  • Collier's New Encyclopedia Birmingham 1688200Collier's New Encyclopedia — Birmingham BIRMINGHAM, a city of England, on the Rea river near its confluence
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  • Owen HannayJames OwenHannayHannay,_James Owen18651950pen name George A. Birmingham; Irish clergyman and prolific novelist Some or all works by this
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  • (1802–1875), surgeon, founder of Queen's College, Birmingham, was the eldest son of E. T. Cox, a well-known Birmingham surgeon (1769–1863). After education
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  • "fiches," have been deposited by Mrs. Hovell in the Manchester University Library, where they will be available for future workers on the same field. The
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  • (1823–1903), Birmingham antiquary and journalist, born in Crawley's Court, Bradford Street, Birmingham, on 12 Sept. 1823, was second surviving son of John Langford
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