Printed items

Insertions or paste-ins of printed items.

Manuscript Note
Beinecke Osborn c157

Pasted-in newspaper clipping about Sneyd Davies' death. 

Beinecke Osborn fc124

Many newspaper clippings have been pasted into the volume. Most of the clippings are of poetry; other items include epitaphs; notices of the death of Princess Charlotte; and news of the royal family.

Beinecke Osborn fc51

Small (twentieth-century) photograph inserted on p. 229 featuring a small graveyard and two men in the distance.

Bodleian MS Harding b. 41

Book is a mix of printed and handwritten material.

Pasting quite amateurish.

Clark MS 1982.001

Unrelated black-letter printed document on paste-downs.

Folger MS M.a.160

Newspaper clippings pasted-in.

Folger MS M.a.162

Pasted-in materials on each end that provide ironic commentary on the contents as a hodge-podge of stolen materials.

Folger MS M.a.165-166

Bound in are two printed books, De-La-Cour’s "A prospect on poetry," 1734, and Pope’s "An essay on criticism," 1709

Houghton MS Eng 1323

Contains newspaper clippings and hand-coloured print illustrations on p. 19, 31, and 37.

Leeds Brotherton Lt 106

Poetry paste-ins, including Greek and Latin poetry. 

Leeds Brotherton Lt 24

p. 45 print paste-in "The Devil of Tinkerton."