Nora laughed, threw him a friendly nod, and vanished up the steps of the Bodleian.
Poets, in the Bodleian, says that the second edition was in 8vo.
During his leisure at Oxford he collected material at the Bodleian and college libraries for his books.
One of these, from the Bodleian Library, is here figured (fig. 79).
A second edition of them both seems from the Bodleian Catalogue to have been published in 1664.
This library—now the central portion of the Bodleian—had been completed about 1480.
The old Keeper of the Bodleian was a crusty bachelor, who liked nothing young but calf, and preferred morocco to that.
Mr. Blades mentions a white book-worm, slain by the librarian of the Bodleian.
But there it seems to have stopped, for the Bodleian does not contain any volumes traceable to this source.
There is not one either in the Bodleian or the British Museum.
from Sir Thomas Bodley (1545-1613), who in 1597 refounded the library at Oxford University.