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Jackson Bibliography of Romantic Poetry

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This bibliography is a work in progress that aims eventually to provide descriptions of all the volumes of verse in English that were published from 1770 to 1835. Phase I presents the years from 1798 to 1835 and includes 17,160 entries. Phase II will add the years from 1770 to 1797. The bibliography includes books that appeared for the first time in 1770 or later, with a minimum size of ten pages.

The bibliography attempts to record all extant editions of verse in English published in volume form during the years 1770 to 1835. Copies of all editions listed in the bibliography have been personally examined by the compiler: therefore the presence in the bibliography of second, third, fourth and fifteenth editions does not mean that the fifth to fourteenth editions do not exist, only that no copies have been found.

Mexican Political Pamphlets, 1808-1832

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One of the most important research collections pertaining to the independence movement in Mexico, 1789-1828, compiled by the late Prof. James McKegney. The collection contains a bibliographic database of more than 11,000 citations and over 1,150 digital copies of pamphlets listed in the database. This database and the accompanying documents are one of the most important archival sources in the world for the study of the political, social and cultural aspects of the independence movement in Mexico.

The late James McKegney, Professor of Spanish at the University of Waterloo for more than thirty years, passed away in 1981 and left to his heirs one of the most important research collections pertaining to the independence movement in Mexico, 1789-1828. The research materials, compiled between 1965 and 1980, consist of a bibliographic database of more than 11,000 citations and over 1,150 photocopies of pamphlets listed in the database.

iBrary Online: Library of Islam and Muslim Civilizations

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The iBrary Online is a digital repository of diverse scholarly resources related to the study of Islam and Muslim Civilizations from across the world. Through its collections, the iBrary Online attempts to foster a dialogue of civilizations that begins in the sphere of the digital and reaches beyond the academic to engage a broader audience.

The iBrary Online is a digital repository of diverse scholarly resources related to the study of Islam and Muslim Civilizations from across the world. Through its collections, the iBrary Online attempts to foster a dialogue of civilizations that begins in the sphere of the digital and reaches beyond the academic to engage a broader audience.

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