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The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes (1907–21).
Vol. 14. The Victorian Age, Part Two.


III. Critical and Miscellaneous Prose.

Bibliography.


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——Lectures in Landscape delivered at Oxford in Lent Term, 1871. Orpington, 1897.
——The Works of John Ruskin. Library edn. Ed. Cook, E. T. and Wedderburn, A. 39 vols. 1903–12. [The articles on Enquiries in the Causes of the Colour of the Water of the Rhine; Notes on the Perforation of a Leaden Pipe by Rats; and Facts and Considerations on the Strata of Mont Blanc which appeared in Loudon’s Magazine of Natural History, Sept., Nov. and Dec., 1834 respectively, are rptd. in vol. 1. Vol. XXXVIII contains a complete bibliography and vol. XXXIX an exhaustive index.]
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