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Lowndes

[loundz] /laʊndz/
noun
1.
William Thomas, 1798–1843, English bibliographer.
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  • "The Adjutant went to Boston yesterday," was the response of Lowndes.

    Shoulder-Straps Henry Morford
  • "I am sorry to say, not one," was the reply of Captain Lowndes.

    Shoulder-Straps Henry Morford
  • Lowndes seems to have had no knowledge of it as a separate publication.

  • At least five-and-twenty annotated copies of Lowndes must exist.

    The Book-Collector William Carew Hazlitt
  • It is estimated that the enlarged Lowndes contains about 10 per cent.

    The Book-Collector William Carew Hazlitt
  • But when Mr. Lowndes told her my story, she ran to me impulsively and put her arms about me.

    The Crossing Winston Churchill
  • It was the same negro who had fetched me hither from Mr. Lowndes.

    The Crossing Winston Churchill
  • I thought of good Mr. Lowndes and his wife, and I decided to go to Charlestown.

    The Crossing Winston Churchill
  • Yes, I would go to Mr. Lowndes, and ask him to let me work for him and so earn my education.

    The Crossing Winston Churchill
  • This scarce and curious little volume is not mentioned by Lowndes.

    Bibliomania; or Book-Madness

    Thomas Frognall Dibdin

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