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Title
Alonzo and Cora, with Other Original Poems, Principally Elegiac
Creator
Scot, Elizabeth, 1729-1789, creator
Contributor
Scot, Elizabeth, 1729-1789, creator
British Women Romantic Poets Project
Date Created and/or Issued
2001 (issued)
Publication Information
University of California, Davis. General Library. Digital Intitiatives Program.; http://digital.lib.ucdavis.edu/projects/bwrp
Davis, Calif : British Women Romantic Poets Project, Shields Library, University of California, Davis
Contributing Institution
UC Davis, University Library, Special Collections
Collection
British Women Romantic Poets
Rights Information
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Regents of the University of California
Description
Elizabeth Scot.
All poems, line groups, and lines are represented. All material originally typeset has been preserved, with the exception of running heads, the original prose line breaks, signature markings and decorative typographical elements. Page numbers and page breaks have been preserved. Pencilled annotations and other damage to the text have not been preserved.
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Transcribed from: Scot, Elizabeth. Alonzo and Cora, with other original poems, principally elegiac. London : Bunney and Gold, and may be had of Rivington ... [and 7 others], 1801
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Type
text
Format
Print
Form/Genre
dictionary
Identifier
http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/kt3f59p5cg
Language
English

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