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" GESTA ROMANORUM ; or, ENTERTAINING MORAL STORIES, invented by the Monks as a Fire-side Recreation, and commonly applied in their Discourses from the Pulpit : from whence the most celebrated of our own Poets and others, from the earliest Times, have extracted... "
A Catalogue of the Library collected by Miss Richardson Currer at Eshton ... - Page 374
by Frances Mary Richardson CURRER, Charles James STEWART (Bookseller.) - 1833 - 501 pages
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Gesta Romanorum, das älteste Mährchen- und Legendenbuch des ..., Issue 26

Romani - 1842
...Bettesworth.) 1824. Gesta Romanornm or Entertaining Moral Stories; Invented by the Monks as a Fire — Side Recreation and commonly applied in their discourses from the Pulpit, whence the most celebrated of onr own Poets and Others from the earlist Times have extracted their Plots. Translated from the Latin...
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A Catalogue of the Library of the London Institution: The general library ...

London Institution. Library - 1852
...the Author and his writings, by the Rev. Alexander Dyce. Svo. 2 Vols. Land. 1843. SWAN (Rev. Charles) Gesta Romanorum : or entertaining moral Stories invented...commonly applied in their discourses from the pulpit. Translated from the Latin, with preliminary observations and copious notes. 12mo. 2 Vols. Land. 1824....
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Bookseller's catalogues

William Brough (bookseller.) - 1853
...1838-41 Sir W. Scott's Tales of the Crusaders, in German, 4 vols. 12mo 2s Leipzic, 1S25 Gesta Ilomanornm; or Entertaining Moral Stories; invented by the Monks...whence the most celebrated of our own Poets and others ; have extracted their plots, translated from the Latin, with notes end observations by Rev. C. Swan,...
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An essay towards a collection of books relating to proverbs, emblems ...

sir William Stirling- Maxwell (9th bart.) - 1860
...pp. 291, livro iii. pp. 312. 2 vols. sm. 8vo. [5.9 x 3.7], — brown calf, ge SWAN (Rev. Charles). Gesta Romanorum, or entertaining moral stories invented...as a fireside recreation, and commonly applied in thenDiscourses from the Pulpit, whence the most celebrated of our own Poets and others, from the earliest...
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Additions (Catalogue of additions) made to the Library of Congress

Washington D.C., libr. of Congress - 1862
...added a dissertation on the same subject, by M. de Montesquieu. 16mo. Philadelphia, 1804.16 (rest a Romanorum; or, entertaining moral stories; invented by the monks as a fireside recreation; whence the most celebrated of our poets, and others, from the earliest times, have extracted their...
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Sabin & sons' American bibliopolist

Sabin J. and sons - 1869
...of George IV. London- 1831. 4 vols., 8 vo, cloth, uncut. §7-5° Gesta 1C it III ;i II or II III ; or, Entertaining Moral Stories, Invented by the Monks as a Fireside Recreation, whence the most celebrated of our Poets and others have extracted their plots. Translated from the...
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Catalogue of a Collection of Books, Mostly Printed in London and on the ...

Richard Grant White - 1870 - 265 pages
...wriiten three centuries ago. 612 Garlick, Pill, The Life of. Rather a Whimsical sort of Fellow. 613 Gesta Romanorum, or Entertaining Moral Stories invented by the monks as a Fire-side Recreation, etc. Translated from the Latin, with preliminary observations- and copious notes by the Rev. Charles...
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The American Bibliopolist, Volume 3

1871
...$6.50 For an account and full description of this curious book see BIBLIOPOLIST for May, page 195. GESTA ROMANORUM, or Entertaining Moral Stories, invented by the Monks as a Fireside Recreation. Translated from the Latin by Rev. Charles Swan. 2 vols., izmo, half morocco new, gilt top, uncut, scarce....
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The Slang Dictionary: Or, The Vulgar Words, Street Phrases, and "fast ...

John Camden Hotten - 1872 - 305 pages
...Drolls and Stories of the West of England." — Saturday Review. GESTA ROMANOR1UM; or, Entertaining Stories invented by the Monks as a Fireside Recreation, and commonly applied in their Discourses from tho Pulpit. With Introduction by THOMAS WRIGHT, Esq., MA, FSA 2 vols. 8vo, only 250 copies printed,...
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The Publishers' and Stationers' Weekly Trade Circular, Volume 1

1872
...Great Subjects. Second Senes. 12°, pp. 472 Ji.<o NY , ScrUmer, A rmstrong &* Cf. "Gesta Bomanorum ; or, Entertaining Moral Stories. Invented by the monks as a fireside recreation, and commonly applied to their discourses from the pulpit, whence the most celebrated of our poets, and others, from the...
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