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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature (1844-1898), 09/1897, Volume 66, Issue 3, p. 314
IT is a curious fact--and, if it has not been recorded, must assuredly have been remarked--that the "Eternal Fitness of Things," which exercised Fielding's... 
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Longman's magazine, 1882-1905, ISSN 1751-9039, 07/1897, Volume 30, Issue 177, pp. 242 - 251
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Northern Ceramic Society newsletter, 12/2010, pp. 37 - 42
John and Edward Baddeley were producing creamware and later pearlware in two potteries on the same site from 1784, when, in 1802 Ralph Baddeley, who owned the... 
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ELH, ISSN 0013-8304, 10/2007, Volume 74, Issue 3, pp. 629 - 653
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PROCEEDINGS OF THE AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY, ISSN 0044-751X, 04/1995, Volume 105, Issue 1, pp. 211 - 230
The industrial and democratic revolutions of the late eighteenth century transformed the dialectic between fine art and consumer culture. Recognizing that the... 
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Century Illustrated Magazine (1881-1906), 09/1882, Volume XXIV, Issue 5, p. 643
  DURING the earlier part of the eighteenth century engraving on wood can scarcely be said to have flourished in England. It existed--so much may be... 
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The English illustrated magazine, ISSN 2043-2690, 10/1889, Issue 85, pp. 18 - 27
NOT many months since, a propos of a certain book of epistolary parodies, the paragraphists were busily discussing the different aspects which the characters... 
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The English illustrated magazine, ISSN 2043-2690, 09/1884, Issue 12, pp. 721 - 732
WHO would imagine that Covent Garden, with its shady, manyscented arcade, with its Babel of voices and crush of baskets, its flowers "agrowing and a-blowing,"... 
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The National review, ISSN 0959-4205, 02/1899, Volume 32, Issue 192, pp. 826 - 834
THE " fine madness " of incongruity which tempted Charles Lamb to laughter at a funeral, led him, on the top of Skiddaw, to think of the ham-and-beef shop in... 
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