Thomas Frognall Dibdin

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Thomas Frognall Dibdin (natus anno Calcutta 1776 – mortuus est in Kensigton Londinii die 18 Novembris 1847) fuit bibliographus Anglicus.

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  • "Introduction to the Greek and Latin classics" (Gloucester 1803; 4. ed., Lond. 1827, 2 vol.);
  • "The bibliomania" ( 1809, 4. ed. 1875).
  • "Typographical antiquities of Great Britain" (Lond. 1810-19, 4 vol.);
  • "Bibliographical Decameron" (Lond. 1817, 3 vol.),
  • "Bibliotheca Spenceriana" ( 1814-15, 4 vol.);
  • "Aedes Althorpianae" ( 1822, 2 vol).
  • "Bibliographical, antiquarian and picturesque tour in France and Germany" (Lond. 1821, 3 vol.; 3. ed. 1838);
  • "Bibliographical etc. tour in the northern counties of England and Scotland" (1838, 2 vol.)
  • "Bibliophobia, remarks on the present languid and depressed state of literature and the book-trade, by Mercurius Rusticus" (Lond. 1832);

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