Definition of Epistolaries
1. epistolary [n] - See also: epistolary
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Epistolaries
Literary usage of Epistolaries
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Archaeological Journal by Council, British Archaeological Association, Central Committee (1858)
"One pontifical and two epistolaries : the pontifical was the gift of the founder, and cost 21.; the epistolaries are valued at 31. 13s. 4rf. ..."
2. Texts and Their Traditions in the Medieval Library of Rochester Cathedral Priory by Mary P. Richards (1988)
"... in the first catalogue together with later acquisitions which strengthen the early holdings in particular areas. The number of epistolaries, glossed and ..."
3. The Programme of Modernism: A Reply to the Encyclical of Pius X., Pascendi by Alfred Leslie Lilley (1908)
"... cursive or uncial, and in all the Greek epistolaries and lection- aries, and in all the ancient translations, except the Vulgate, in the works of the ..."
4. The American Library Annual: Including Index to Dates of Current Events (1912)
"Biographia epistolaries; being the biographical supplement of Coleridge's Biographia literaria; with additional letters, etc.: ed. by A. Turnbull. In 2 v. ..."