He was the father of 14 children, and 42 quarto volumes of books by the sale of which last he was enabled to purchase an estate.
The Doctor sighed, and folded the sermon, and laid the quarto Cruden on it.
The plan of this city is well engraved in the quarto edition of Gai Trouins Memoirs.
But it is clear that the Second quarto was not a perfect version of the play.
The results of this voyage were drawn up by Captain Cook himself, and published in 1777 in two quarto volumes.
This was republished in two quarto volumes at Frankfort in 1625.
The holiday in the Isle of Man had resulted in two quarto note books, aggregating ninety-six pages, closely written in pencil.
At the Fairfax Murray sale in 1918 the quarto Lyons edition made £130.
I have seen one of his quarto MS. thus dressed by Rivière in plain decoration, but which he told me had cost £30.
Both are in quarto, and are biographical as well as bibliographical.
"book from paper folded to make four pages to the sheet," late 15c., from Medieval Latin in quarto "in the fourth (part of a sheet of paper)," from quarto, ablative singular of Latin quartus "fourth" (see quart).