- 12 + -mo, for a twelfth of a sheet. (Wiktionary)
“A copy of this edition, described as 12mo, was listed under No. 1182 in the Hornby Castle Sale, 1930. 289”
“Histoire Genealogique des Tatars (a Leyde, 1726, in 12mo., 2 tomes) was translated by the Swedish prisoners in Siberia from the Mogul”
“Frederic Gronovius and Noodt, both translated, with valuable notes, by Barbeyrac, 2 vols. in 12mo.”
“Contes et Fables Indiennes de Bidpai et de Lokman, par Mm. Galland et Cardonne, Paris, 1778, 3 vols. in 12mo.”
“Petit de la Croix, a Paris, 1710, in 12mo.; a work of ten years’ labor, chiefly drawn from the Persian writers, among whom Nisavi, the secretary of Sultan Gelaleddin, has the merit and prejudices of”
“Haye, 1751, 3 vols. in 12mo.; an elaborate and pleasing work, had not the author preferred the character of a polemic to that of a philosopher.]”
“Voyage en Siberie, par l’Abbe Chappe d’Auteroche, p. 603 — 608, edit in 12mo.”
“Haye, 1739, in 12mo.,) have drawn their principal materials from the Jesuits, especially from the General History of Tellez, published in Portuguese at Coimbra, 1660.”
“Jurisconsultorum, (Lipsiae, 1728, in 12mo., p. 276,) a learned treatise on a narrow and barren ground.] 63 See the character of”
“Dissertation on the Olympic Games, (Pindar.vol. ii.p. 32-36, edition in 12mo.,) and the judicious reflections of Polybius (tom.”
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