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PR1105 .R7 [Info] Emaricdulfe, by E. C. (HTML at Renascence Editions)
PR1105 .R7 1898 [Info] The Romaunce of the Sowdone of Babylone and of Ferumbras His Sone Who Conquered Rome (EETS extra series #38; London et al.: Pub. for the Early English Text Society, by K. Paul, Trench, Trubner, and Co., 1881, reprinted 1898), ed. by Emil Hausknecht (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
PR1105 .R7 1904 [Info] The Epistle of Othea to Hector: or, The Boke of Knyghthode (London: J. B. Nichols and Sons, 1904), by Christine de Pisan, ed. by George F. Warner, trans. by Stephen Scrope (multiple formats at
PR1105 .R7 1951 [Info] Five Old Plays, Illustrating the Early Progress of the English Drama (London: W. Nicol, 1851), ed. by John Payne Collier
PR1109 .H84 1857 [Info] A Book for a Corner: or, Selections in Prose and Verse From Authors the Best Suited to That Mode of Enjoyment; With Comments on Each, and a General Introduction (New York: Derby and Jackson, 1857), ed. by Leigh Hunt (multiple formats at
PR1109 .S67 [Info] Et Cetera: A Collector's Scrap-Book (Chicago: P. Covici, 1924), ed. by Vincent Starrett (page images at HathiTrust)
PR1111 .G6 S27 [Info] Famous Modern Ghost Stories (New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1921), ed. by Dorothy Scarborough, contrib. by Algernon Blackwood, Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman, Robert W. Chambers, Leonid Andreyev, William Fryer Harvey, Anatole France, Fitz James O'Brien, Ambrose Bierce, Olivia Howard Dunbar, Wilbur Daniel Steele, Myla Jo Closser, Edgar Allan Poe, Richard Le Gallienne, Arthur Machen, and Guy de Maupassant
PR1111 .L45 L45 [Info] Legends That Every Child Should Know: A Selection of the Great Legends of All Times for Young People, ed. by Hamilton Wright Mabie (Gutenberg text)
PR1119 .A2 [Info] Arthour and Merlin (transcription and translation of the Oxford Bodelein Douce 236 MS, and link to transcription of Auchinleck MS), ed. by Eleanor Lawson (HTML with commentary at
PR1119 .A2 [Info] Early English Text Society, Original Series (partial serial archives)
PR1119 .A2 [Info] Octovian, ed. by Frances McSparran (HTML at Michigan)
PR1119 .A2 [Info] Prose Life of Alexander, ed. by J. S. Westlake (HTML at Michigan)
PR1119 .A2 [Info] Ratis Raving, and Other Moral and Religious Pieces, ed. by J. Rawson Lumby (HTML at Michigan)
PR1119 .A2 [Info] Religious Pieces in Prose and Verse, ed. by G. G. Perry (HTML at Michigan)
PR1119 .E5 [Info] Early English Text Society, Extra Series (partial serial archives)
PR1119 .E5 [Info] On Early English Pronunciation, With Especial Reference to Shakspere and Chaucer (5 volumes (Early English Text Society Extra Series 2, 7, 14, 23, and 56); 1869-1889), ed. by Alexander John Ellis
PR1119 .E5 [Info] Two Coventry Corpus Christi Plays: 1. The Shearmen and Taylor's Pageant, Re-edited from the Edition of Thomas Sharp, 1825; and 2. The Weavers' Pageant, Re-edited from the Manuscript of Robert Croo, 1534; With a Plan of Coventry, and Appendixes Containing the Chief Records of the Coventry Plays (EETS extra series #87; London: Pub. for the Early English text society by K. Paul, Trench, Trübner, 1902), ed. by Hardin Craig
PR1120 .M3735 [Info] Medieval English Political Writings, ed. by James M. Dean (HTML at Rochester)
PR1120 .P4 [Info] Autobiography of Mary Countess of Warwick (London: Printed for the Percy society by Richards, 1848), by Mary Rich Warwick, ed. by Thomas Crofton Croker (multiple formats at
PR1120 .P432 [Info] Gammer Gurton's Needle (HTML at Virginia)
PR1120 .S58 [Info] Six Ecclesiastical Satires, ed. by James M. Dean (HTML at Rochester)
PR1120 .U5 [Info] Here Begynneth a Good Booke of Medecines Called, the Treasure of Poore Men (London: T. Colwell, 1565) (page images at NIH)
PR1120 .U5 [Info] Iests to Make You Merie With the Coniuring Up of Cock Watt (the Walking Spirit of Newgate) to Tell Tales; Unto Which is Added, The Miserie of a Prison, and a Prisoner, and a Paradox in Praise of Serieants (London: Printed by N. Okes for N. Butter, 1607), by Thomas Dekker and George Wilkins (HTML at EEBO TCP)
PR1120 .W3 [Info] The History of Fulk Fitz-Warine (London: A. Moring, 1904), trans. by Alice Kemp-Welch, contrib. by Louis Brandin (multiple formats at
PR1121 .B7 [Info] Archaica: Containing a Reprint of Scarce Old English Prose Tracts, With Prefaces, Critical and Biographical (2 volumes; London: From the private press of Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1815), by Egerton Brydges (page images at HathiTrust)

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