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The Court Books came into Jefferson's hands through other avenues. They belonged to the family of William Byrd (a seventeenth-century governor of Virginia) until they were borrowed by Colonel Richard Bland, whose library Jefferson purchased.
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Readers’ intimate, often perverse, relations with books are given magisterial treatment On the one hand, Loving Literature is on the leading edge of research into book history, antiquarianism, canon formation, and reading practice. On the other, it is also deeply situated in the study of affect, attachment, gender, sexuality Brand: University of Chicago Press.
About the Book This book investigates the different cultural roles played by photographs of Indian architecture from the latter half of the nineteenth century, an Inquiry stretching from their pre-history to their migration Into book illustrations.
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Introduction: During the seventeenth century, Great Britain established thirteen colonies along the Atlantic coast of the North American continent.
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Being past military life at the outbreak of the civil war, he served the Confederate government in a civil capacity. On his mother's side he is descended from Scotch ancestors who came to Virginia in the early part of the seventeenth century.