Two good volumes in duodecimo might be made out of the two in folio.
Her works have been published in eighty-four volumes, duodecimo.
Richardson's work as an author began in 1741 with the publication of Pamela, in four volumes, duodecimo, printed at his own press.
His only separate publication, a duodecimo volume of "Poems," appeared in 1855, and has been favourably received.
Mr. Longworth informs me the work will be published early in February in two duodecimo volumes.
You should canvas for a book or paper, Caleb, some handy volume, possibly a duodecimo.
In the following year, he published a complete edition of his poetical works, in two duodecimo volumes.
There was also an authorised cheap edition, in duodecimo, at half a crown a volume, besides a pirated edition at the same price.
When he paid his next visit, it so happened that one of these duodecimo disputants lay upon the table.
Folios and octavos frighten them, and they can hardly abide a duodecimo.
1650s, from Latin in duodecimo (folded) "in a twelfth" of a sheet, from ablative of duodecimus "twelfth," from duodecim (see dozen). Often abbreviated 12mo.; a book in which each page is the twelfth part of the printer's sheet.