The VVorks of the learned, or An historical account and impartial judgment of books newly printed,
both foreign and domestick., [sic] to be published monthly. ... By J. De La Crose, a late author of the Universal and Historical Bibliotheque.
|Main Creator:||Lacroze, Jean Cornand de, d. ca. 1705.|
|Format:||JOURNAL / SERIAL|
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London [England] : printed for Tho. Bennet, at the Half-Moon in St. Paul's Church-Yard, and are to be sold by Randal Taylor near Stationers-Hall, M DCXCI. -1692.
Edited, translated, written by: Jean de Lacroze.
Below issue date on last number: "Concluding the first volume. Together with two indexes to the whole."
Imprints include years of publication.
Imprints vary; Jan.-Feb. 1692 appeared with two different imprints, the other reading in part: "Printed for John Dunton, at the Raven"; Randal Taylor's name appears only on the Aug. 1691 issue.
Some issues dated according to Lady Day dating.
With title page vignette from Oct. 1691.
With continuous pagination.
Includes reviews and abstracts of both English and European books, including works on mathematics, philosophy, theology, history, travel, physiology, and literature.
Issues have chronological designation only.
Physical description: 8 v. ; 4⁰.
Publication Frequency: Monthly
Citations/References: Nelson and Seccombe, 189.2
Citations/References: NCBEL, II:1292
Indexes: Final number includes cumulative subject and author-title indexes for all issues.
|Continues:||History of learning: or, An abstract of several books lately published|
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