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  • This essay, which is considered one of his most important prose works, was first penned sometime in late 1819 in the back of a small vellum-bound notebook following the much longer A Philosophical View of Reform.

    Carolyn Vega: Percy Bysshe Shelley "On Life"

  • This essay, which is considered one of his most important prose works, was first penned sometime in late 1819 in the back of a small vellum-bound notebook following the much longer A Philosophical View of Reform.

    Carolyn Vega: Percy Bysshe Shelley "On Life"

  • This essay, which is considered one of his most important prose works, was first penned sometime in late 1819 in the back of a small vellum-bound notebook following the much longer A Philosophical View of Reform.

    Carolyn Vega: Percy Bysshe Shelley "On Life"

  • This essay, which is considered one of his most important prose works, was first penned sometime in late 1819 in the back of a small vellum-bound notebook following the much longer A Philosophical View of Reform.

    Carolyn Vega: Percy Bysshe Shelley "On Life"

  • Danby and Winter had even entrusted to him the private marketing of that vellum-bound

    The White Monkey

  • He ventured no more than to buy her a bouquet of cut flowers and a vellum-bound book of devotions.

    The Way Home

  • The doctor's gaze lowered to the vellum-bound books on the carven table, then to the gorgeous pattern of the Kermansha at his feet.

    The Voice on the Wire

  • It was very like both of us, for Lola, when defending the existence of the soul against an atheist, to tumble over a great trunk of books of the most varied kind, till she came to an old vellum-bound copy of _Apuleius_, and proceed to establish her views according to his subtle neo-Platonism.

    The Magnificent Montez From Courtesan to Convert

  • A few family portraits, and well-filled bookcases of vellum-bound octavos, quartos and folios.

    Peak's Island A Romance of Buccaneer Days

  • I take leave, therefore, to remind him that my question (Vol. iii., p. 262.) remains unanswered; that I am anxious that he should authenticate his statement (p. 63.), and name some of the "many" {9} persons in whose libraries vellum-bound copies of Junius have been found.

    Notes and Queries, Number 192, July 2, 1853 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc

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